Updated Friday, April 3, 4:32pm — FROM CHAMBER MEMBERS (and area Non-Members if provided) Some closures may still have offerings, even if closed to walk-ins, so check listings
Acupuncture Clinic of Rhonda Feiman – Has suspended in-office treatments until it is reasonable to resume. Chinese herbal consultations are available. Call 338-4454 for more details and to schedule an appointment.
City of Belfast – All city facilities are closed through April 30th. Citizens and businesses are encouraged to do business with the city by phone, email or by appointment if it must be done in person.
All public meetings will be suspended until May 1. The public is discouraged from attending but to instead watch on BELTV or on the city website.
There is no plan to issue a closure of business or curfew at this time nor do they expect one (unless things change quickly and drastically). The City of Belfast trusts businesses to do what is in the best interest of the community, and appreciates some modifications many of you are already taking and want to support you during this unprecedented time.
The transfer station will remain open for business and household trash but will suspend recycling to the public with the exception of cardboard for Belfast businesses.
First Baptist Church Belfast – No church services or meetings until further notice, with exception of anonymous groups that meet in the lounge, Pastor and Deacons will reach out online and by phone during the week, non-attended service will be posted online, volunteers available if you need assistance, 338-2544
First Church in Belfast, UCC – Closed to all activities until further notice. All activities and services have been suspended indefinitely. No GBAM (Greater Bay Area Ministerium) Easter Sunrise service or any ecumenical gatherings. Churches are doing ZOOM meetings and services and some are recording services and posting them on websites and Facebook pages. The First Church is recording our services and posting them on our website (www.firstchurchinbelfast.org) and on our Facebook page. We also have our services shown on the local access stations, BCTV in Belfast and SCTV in Searsport. These will include a Maundy Thursday service shown on April 9th at 6:00 pm as well as a Good Friday service done by First Baptist Church on April 10th at 6:00 pm. Local access tv schedule here
GLOW Salon – Closed through April – Please leave a message at 505-5699 or email email@example.com to reschedule appointments. You may purchase gift certificates during this time and product by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We can deliver root spray/product to your car if you schedule a time for pickup.
Holmes Florist & Greenhouse – Temporarily closed. We are currently focusing our efforts on planting in the greenhouse, and we will be ready for the spring growing season. For those needing a spring pick-me-up, I will continue to post photos of our greenhouse progress… If you are NOT ill, and would like to purchase seeds, call 338-2050, and someone will let you in.
J Black Printing – Closed for walk-ins. Open via phone: 338-4040. Email: email@example.com & Website: www.jblackprinting.com Curbside pick-up available: hours 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. FYI: Patty and Mike can additionally help your business with printing gift cards if needed
Lupine Cottage – Opening date Friday April 17 from 10-5, weekends only. They do have website sales. They are also asking folks to call or email. They will take credit card information via phone and are providing curbside pick-up upon request.
Maine Alpaca Experience – Farm and shops closed until further notice, online shopping and virtual alpaca tours available
OPAL Global, LLC – Strictly following the CDC guidelines to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Our employees are working from home until an undetermined date and continue to work on client projects. We are available by telephone (207-218-6300) and by email (employee’s first firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com)
St. Margaret’s Church – Streaming Sunday morning worship services via ZOOM at 9:30 a.m. For information on how to log in before the service see St. Margaret’s Facebook page or www.stmargaretsbelfast.org While all church buildings are remaining closed, St. Margaret’s will stream an abbreviated healing service on ZOOM at 9:30 a.m. Wednesdays, and a service of Compline on Monday through Saturday evenings at 8 p.m. starting Monday March 30. The office is closed, but the parish administrator will answer calls to 338-2412 in person from 9 a.m. to noon on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
The Game Loft – Temporary closure, providing free grab-and-go lunches for all kids M-F from Noon-2pm
UMaine Hutchinson Center – Due to COVID-19 and current CDC recommendations, courses with a May start date will be moved to a remote teaching and learning environment. This includes: Session 1 (May 11–28), Session 2 (May 11–June 19), and Session 8 courses starting in May. Please note that all existing online courses will be offered as scheduled, subject to regular cancellation policy (e.g. low enrollment). Students will be notified by email of any May course cancellations. Up-to-date course information is available on the Summer University website. A decision about whether or not on-campus courses starting in June will be moved to a remote learning environment, or remain as scheduled, is expected by mid-April. If you have further questions, please contact the Summer University staff at 207.581.3143 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
United Farmers Market of Maine – Closed until further notice – some vendors will be available in the lot across the street and will follow recommended guidelines from the Maine DEA
Waterfall Arts – Closed until April 27, all activities suspended – staff will reach out for refunds/rescheduling, private lesson students should contact instructor directly – visit website for online programming
Where to eat, play, stay and just hang out. A great resource for finding out what’s happening and what’s special about visiting and living in Waldo County. It’s all here in the 2020 Belfast & the Wonders of Waldo County magazine—the official publication of the Belfast Area Chamber of Commerce!