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Sporting Events and More: Is Your Event in the DC Area Canceled Due to Snow?

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    NEWSLETTERS

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    After a historic blizzard blasted the D.C. area with 2 to 3 feet of snow, safe to say that your weekend plans were disrupted. Some cancellations are now spilling over into the new week.

    Here's the latest on event and game cancellations and postponements, and some that are still happening:

    PARKS, MUSEUMS AND HISTORICAL SITES:

    National Parks in the D.C. area remain closed Tuesday. Sites will be monitored by Park Police but not by rangers. The National Park Service asks that any visitors do not drive and says walking areas are still being cleared up.

    Smithsonian museums and National Zoo: All Smithsonian museums and the National Zoo have been closed since Friday. Four will reopen Tuesday: the National Air and Space Museum (mall location), the National Museum of Natural History, the National Portrait Gallery and Smithsonian American Art Museum. The remaining museums and the zoo will remain closed Tuesday. The zoo will reopen at 10 a.m. Wednesday. Any special events have also been cancelled.

    The Ford's Theatre historic site will remain closed for daytime visits Tuesday, but the Tuesday night performance of "The Glass Menagerie" will go on as scheduled at 7:30 p.m.

    Mount Vernon remains closed through Monday.

    CAR2GO & CAPTITAL BIKESHARE:

    Capital Bikeshare shut down service at 7 p.m. Friday and will remain closed Wednesday. The bikeshare company said most stations remain inaccessible.

    Car2Go indefinitely suspended services in D.C. and Arlington at 9 p.m. Friday "until the severity of the storm has passed," the service said in an email to customers. It remains closed Tuesday. For the latest information, go to their website.

    SPORTS:

    Washington Wizards: The Wizards-Jazz game will be rescheduled to a later date, according to the website. Monday night's Wizards-Celtics game continued as scheduled. If ticket holders could not attend the game, they may exchange tickets through a Wizards' representative. Get more information from their website.

    Washington Capitals: The Caps' games against the Anaheim Ducks and the Pittsburg Penguins were postponed, according to the team's website. Makeup dates will be announced when they are confirmed.

    University of Maryland Athletics: All Maryland athletic events and competitions scheduled for last weekend were postponed. The women's basketball, wrestling and gymnastic events will be rescheduled at later dates. Go here for more.

    Howard University vs. Florida A&M: Howard University's men's and women's doubleheader against Florida A&M University was moved to Wednesday, Jan. 27 at 5 p.m. and 7 p.m.

    American University vs. Holy Cross: American University's men's basketball game against Holy Cross University on Sunday has been postponed to Feb. 1 at 7:30 p.m.

    University of Virginia v. Wake Forest Game at Wake Forest University: The game was moved from Monday at 9 p.m. to Tuesday at 7 p.m. It will broadcast on ESPN3.

    EVENTS:

    DAR Constitution Hall: Tuesday night's Macklemore and Ryan Lewis show has been postponed. A new date will be announced soon. Wednesday's show is schedule to go on as planned. Check LiveNation.com for updates.

    9:30 Club: Monday night's Queensryche show was canceled. Tickets can be refunded where you purchased them until March 1. Miami Horror's Sunday show was rescheduled for April 29. Grace Potter's Friday and Saturday shows will be rescheduled for a new date. Tickets for these shows can be refunded on the 9:30 Club's website.

    SAT Tests in Washington, D.C., Virginia and Maryland: Many testing centers are closed; makeups will be administered Feb. 20. Check the SAT website to see if your center is closed.

    Performances at the Kennedy Center: The Kennedy Center closed at 3 p.m. Friday and remained closed Saturday. Sunday matinees are also canceled; a decision hasn't yet been made on Sunday evening performances.

    Grace Potter, Miami Horror at the 9:30 Club: Friday, Saturday and Sunday shows were postponed. 

    Washington Auto Show at the D.C. Convention Center: The Washington Auto Show will open to the public on Tuesday at noon. The remaining schedule of activities will continue as planned. Go to their website for more information.

    March for Life 2016 in Washington, D.C.: Friday's march went on despite the snow.

    Home + Remodeling Show at the Dulles Expo Center: The show was canceled because of "potentially life-threatening weather conditions," according to its website. Marketplace Events will give refunds and provide information soon to ticket holders.

    Wolf Trap: Performances by Robyn Hitchcock, Marcia Ball, and Members of the Philadelphia Orchestra at Wolf Trap are being rescheduled. Check with Wolf Trap's website for more.

    Ice Yards in Washington, D.C.: Ice Yards was rescheduled a second time. The event was moved to Saturday, Jan. 30. You can contact IceYards@BrandLinkDCRSVP.com with questions or for a refund.

    Garth Brooks at the Royal Farms Arena: Country singer Garth Brooks is postponing two concerts in Baltimore. Concert organizers announced that the shows scheduled for Friday and Saturday at Royal Farms Arena have been postponed to Jan. 31.

    Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital: The Hill Center will be closed through Sunday.  

    Pixar in Concert in Baltimore: Friday's show was changed from 8 p.m. to 6 p.m. and did not have an intermission, allowing the audience and performers to leave by 7:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday were canceled. Updated information will be posted on their website.

    "Sweat" at Mead Center for American Theatre: The Friday, Saturday and Sunday performances were canceled. Two new dates have been added and ticket holders can contact the Arena Stage Sales Office at 202-488-3300 to reschedule.

    The Associated Press contributed to this report.