This information is up-to-date as of 1 p.m., Sunday, March 22. Updates will be posted as needed.
will still have normal hours as of now, Wednesday–Friday, 11 a.m.–5 p.m., and Saturday 10 a.m.–5 p.m. www.1866revival.com
American Legion Hall is still available for events. Contact Mike Roark at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (931) 273-9814.
Beauty by Tabitha is keeping regular hours for now, which are Tuesday- Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., and Saturday 9 a.m. til last appointment. I’m just taking it one day at a time and if this virus continues to grow in Sewanee I will definitely close. 598-5800
Big A Marketing
is operating with regular busines hours remotely, Monday–Friday, 10 a.m.–4 p.m. His shop is closed to visitors at this time. www.bigamarketing.com
Bill Harper has put together an ad hoc group of seven young, healthy volunteers who are willing to run errands for community members who are sick or elderly and don’t want to leave their house. Instacart is an online service that can deliver from Kroger or CVS and is the preferred provider for those with computer access. Contact person for any errands or food delivery outside the Instacart service is Steve Simpson email@example.com.
offers free Rx delivery and shopping online. Go to www.cvs.com
offers curbside delivery, shipping, and in store services are still available. Special instore shopping hours are 7–8 a.m. for seniors, first responders, expectant mothers, and those who have comprimed immune systems. Go to www.kroger.com
Bodyworks Youniversity Starting this Monday, March 23, we will be holding all our regularly scheduled classes in Angel Park (across University Avenue from the Blue Chair). I will be using Zoom so that you can see and participate in the class virtually. Call (423) 322-1443. firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Action Committee will distribute food to anyone who needs it. Betty Carpenter will be in office Monday–Friday, 9–11 a.m. as usual, but no volunteers will be coming.
If you know of folks visiting the mountain, there are rooms available at the DeRosset House. Follow them on Facebook.
DuBose Conference Center
Taking the advice of the CDC and United States government, groups hosted at DuBose Conference Center have begun canceling or postponing previously scheduled events from now through the middle of April. (931) 924-2453. https://www.duboseconferencecenter.org
Fine Arts on the Mountain
in Sewanee will be continuing lessons at the store. On-line classes are available. Store hours are Monday–Friday 10 a.m.–6 p.m., and Saturday 10 a.m.–4 p.m. http://fineartsatthemountain.com
Franklin County Chamber of Commerce events are currently canceled. https://www.franklincountychamber.com. Downtown Winchester program events are currently canceled.
Folks at Home Though working from home, staff will be available as usual by telephone (931) 598-0303 and by email email@example.com. All regularly scheduled activities are canceled at this time. Folks at Home can help with getting set up for food and prescription online services.
in Sewanee will be open by appointment only. I will continue to work on orders that I have in my shop and customers will still be able to pick up their finished work. With social distancing, I am happy to assist you with new framing projects. You can make appointments via firstname.lastname@example.org or you can call me on my cell at 919-260-2021. www.framegallersewanee.com
Franklin County Senior Center in Winchester will be closed until March 31.
Hallelujah Pottery/Full Circle Candles
is open during the week, as is the little food pantry/library out front. There are online options for candle gifts and free local pick up for the community. Hours are Wednesday–Saturday, 11 a.m.–4 p.m. www.fullcirclecandles.com
The Hospitality Shop has made the decision to close temporarily. The safety and well being of our volunteers and dedicated customers are our first and foremost concern. We are asking the public to refrain from dropping off donations during this time. We look forward to your future donations.
Joseph’s Remodeling Solutions
is in business to serve our clients and team. They have implemented many new safety precautions. Call them at 598-5565. http://josephsremodelingsolutions.com
Mooney’s Market & Emporium
will be offering curbside pickup at the store. Hours are Monday–Sunday, 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Mooney’s is now only allowing two people in the store at one time. They will start deliveries very soon. Just ironing out the details. Call them at (931) 924-7400. www.mooneysmarketandemporium.com
Natural Bridge Events We are booking events here at https://www.naturalbridgeevents.com/. Call (931) 598-5566 Kitchen phone/leave voice mail. Calling/text Michael (423) 243-7566.
OctoPi Pizza and Wine Bar
current hours are Thursday–Sunday, 5–9 p.m. until March 22. Takeout is available. Call (931) 598-9000. https://www.octopisewanee.com
St. Mary’s Sewanee is closed to the public. For information about St. Mary’s Sewanee’s policies for rescheduling or cancelling reservations or retreats, please go online to www.stmaryssewanee.org email email@example.com or call (931) 598-5342.
The restaurant at the Sewanee Inn will offer takeout only (and room service for Inn guests) through March 22. The bar and restaurant area will be closed during this period https://sewanee-inn.com
will keep their office open. Call (931) 952-2468 if you would like to make an appointment. www.sewaneerealty.com
in Sewanee will currently remain open for takeout curbside delivery and some home delivery options only. Modified hours are Monday–Sunday, 11 a.m.–2:30 p.m., and 5–7 p.m. Dining room will be closed. Call (931) 598-5774 http://www.shenanigans1974.square.site/
Signature HealthCARE in Monteagle has canceled all volunteers and visitors until further notice.
South Cumberland Farmers’ Market
is offering Tuesday market pickup at curbside, Sewanee Community Center. Ordering takes place each week from Friday at 9 p.m. to Monday at 10 a.m. at https://sewanee.locallygrown.net
There is also an option for home delivery.
Tea on the Mountain in Tracy City is taking all the necessary precautions, and is currently open for business as usual, Thursday–Saturday, 11:30 a.m.–4 p.m. Call (931) 592-4832.
The Blue Chair
in Sewanee is currently operating with a new closing at 8 p.m. There are takeout options and curbside delivery available. Call 598-5434. http://www.thebluechair.com
The Lemon Fair
is closing the store for in-person shopping. Call 598-5248. There is an option to shop online www.thelemonfair.com
The Sewanee Community Center is suspending all activities until April.
The Sewanee Mountain Messenge
r will still be delivered to area post offices and businesses, and available online, on Fridays. The office is currently closed to visitors. Call us at 598-9949, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org http://sewaneemessenger.com
The Sewanee Senior Center will be serving meals until further notice, only offering takeout and delivery to shut-ins until April 3. Please call 598-0771 by 9 a.m. to order lunch, Monday–Friday. Until the end of April, the following activities will not meet: Exercise Class, Bingo, and Game Day.
in Sewanee is open regular hours and is offering virtual tours for clients who do not want to walk into multiple houses. Call (931) 598-9244. www.sewaneehouses.com
Woody’s Bicycles in Sewanee will remain open Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m., and Saturday, 10 a.m.–2 p.m. We are curbside only, with no one allowed into the shop. No cash or physical credit card. Venmo or credit card by phone. Call 598-9793. https://www.woodysbicycles.com