Here is a list of Redland events which have been cancelled due to the impacts of COVID-19

Here are events which have been cancelled or postponed due to the impacts on the community of coronavirus.

coronavirus: The Redland City Bulletin will update this page on an as-needs basis.

coronavirus: The Redland City Bulletin will update this page on an as-needs basis.

This list is not exhaustive and includes some events which will continue.

It will be updated as further events come to hand.

Groups, clubs, medical facilities, and schools are welcome to contact the Redland City Bulletin to add updates.

UPDATED MAR 25, 8.30AM:

Metro South Addiction and Mental Health Services have cancelled its monthly meetings due to restrictions placed on numbers and venues. From Ken Meldrum.

UPDATED 8AM: Redlands Local Disaster Management Group moved to stand up Monday afternoon.

UPDATED MAR 24, 7.45AM:

Contractor-operated RecycleWorld at Redland Bay Waste Transfer Station and Cleveland Aquatic Centre's gym and indoor pool have also closed from today, with the pool cafe providing takeaway options only.

UPDATED 8.40am:

Engaged in Art Classes for children at Alexandra Hills is closed until further notice. No one has contracted the virus but staff are taking sensible measures and have closed the studio, says Lesley Smitheringale.

UPDATED 7.50am Mar 23:

In light of the Federal Government directives regarding COVID-19, the Pedestrian Council of Australia says its Walk Safely to School Day has been postponed. The annual event was scheduled for May 15.

UPDATED 10.15am: Pottery classes at Windmill Pottery, Sheldon have been put on hold for a few days. This comes after the pottery was put into quarantine until the results of a COVID-19 test had been finalised.

UPDATED Mar 20 9.35am: Redland City Council candidates will not hand out election materials at pre-polling booths in a bid to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

UPDATED 1.48PM: Scottish Country Dancing classes at 7.30pm on Fridays at St James Anglican Church hall, 17 Station Street, Wellington Point are suspended indefinitely. Check website scdcleveland.weebly.com or ring Geoff 0458208257.

UPDATED 8.15am:

Redland City Council candidates will not hand out election materials at pre-polling booths in a bid to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

Rather than having candidates or volunteers handing out flyers or how to vote cards, candidates will be allowed to display two A-frame signs and election material.

MARCH 18, 8am:

Redland City Council has announced that a range of public programs at art galleries and libraries have been cancelled or postponed under measures to limit the transmission of the COVID-19 virus.

Local Disaster Management Group chairwoman mayor Karen Williams said the programs had been suspended until further notice.

Based on the social distancing and hygiene requirements for COVID-19, the difficult decision was made to suspend public programs at the Cleveland and Capalaba galleries and the Cleveland, Capalaba and Victoria Point libraries.

Galleries and libraries will remain open, however activities where social distancing would be difficult to maintain, including a range of school holiday activities, have been suspended.

You will still be able to go to your local gallery, while public computers, printing, Wi-Fi and borrowing will be available at libraries.

The libraries online services include e-books, e-audio books, e-magazines, music, movies and childrens stories for people who dont want to visit a branch.

The cancellations follow the suspension of performances at the Redland Performing Art Centre announced by council on Monday, March 16.

Redland City Council chief executive Andrew Chesterman said council thanked residents for their understanding.

"During this difficult time ... we prioritise the wellbeing of our customers, employees, volunteers and visitors and act to limit the spread of the virus in our community," he said.

"Council will continue to keep residents updated on the availability of programs and services as the situation develops."

Cancelled gallery programs include:

Floor talks and morning teas

Family Sundays at the Gallery

Parents and Prams

Adult workshops

School holiday kids and teens workshops

Cancelled library programs include:

Childrens programs

Technology programs

Adult literacy

Pop-up libraries

Author talks; and

School holiday activities.

Watch councils website and social media for updates. For the latest health advice, visit health.qld.gov.au.