It's the question many people will be wondering - which events are still going ahead due to the coronavirus pandemic?
Although some might consider the coming months in Ballarat to be some of the quieter months on the calendar, there is still plenty on the radar.
Below, The Courier has compiled a list of events and their current status. Please note, this list is forever evolving but it will be updated as frequently as possible.
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Ballarat Dancesport Festival (March 21)
Ballarat Dancesport Festival organisers say they had "no option" but to postpone the event, scheduled for March 21.
The event, which attracts more than 100 competitors covering styles from quickstep and jive to samba and waltz, was scheduled to take place at the Mars Minerdome.
"All indications have shown that we would have exceeded a mass gathering of more than 500 (people) with the current entries and ticket sales," organisers said in a statement.
"There is no timeline on these restrictions, however of course we hope that the sooner Australia can contain and slow the transmission of COVID-19 the sooner our dance community can return to 'business as usual'."
See the full release below
Holi Festival of Colours (March 21)
This Saturday's Holi Festival of Colours at Lake Wendouree has been cancelled.
The event was also to include a six kilometre walk to raise awareness of mental health in diverse young people, yoga, and DJs.
A statement from the Ballarat Regional Multicultural Council notes organisers hope to reschedule the event.
Daylesford Polo (March 21)
The Daylesford Polo event scheduled for Saturday, March 21 has been postponed.
Hosted at Drummond, the event raises money for TLC for Kids which provides practical and emotional relief to sick children and their families.
Following the advice of the health department, the event has been postponed.
Organisers will decide on another date in coming weeks.
Horse Racing at Ballarat Turf Club (March 22)
Ballarat Turf Club chief executive Belinda Glass said at the moment, future races will be guided by the industry.
At the moment, plans will proceed at the moment for the next race meeting on Sunday, March 22.
She said there had been enquiries from patrons who had made bookings regarding the future of the meeting, but the club will be guided on advice from racing authorities in the days ahead.
Matt Harding sculpture unveiling (March 22)
The proposed dedication of the 'Dancing A Jig With Dad' sculpture to late artist Matthew Harding has been postponed until further notice.
The event was scheduled for March 22 and organisers understood that several hundred people were planning on attending, including a primary school marching band.
The event structure proposed also included VIPs in a tent using the one microphone and PA system.
Given the current coronavirus situation, organisers deemed the risk of proceeding to be too high.
Red Hot Summer Tour (March 28)
The Ballarat leg of the Red Hot Summer Tour is likely to be cancelled, according to festival organisers.
The concert is scheduled to come to Ballarat on March 28, but it is looking increasingly unlikely.
All ticketholders will receive a full refund if it is cancelled or postponed.
A-League in Ballarat: Western United v Western Sydney Warriors (March 29)
At this stage, it appears the Ballarat match will go ahead, but without crowds.
The A-League announced on Monday it intended to proceed for the rest of the season, but without any crowds at any matches.
Ballarat Greyhound Club (March 30 and other scheduled races)
Greyhound Clubs Victoria's thirteen clubs, in consultation with Greyhound Racing Victoria, have determined to immediately restrict attendance at race meetings to licensed trainers (or trainers representatives) with runners engaged, catchers and essential staff.
Following on from the announcement that Victoria has been declared a state of emergency the greyhound racing industry, in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19 and protect the wellbeing of industry staff and participants, all greyhound race meetings will be off limits to the general public effective immediately and on going whilst ever a state of emergency is in place.
Currently that date is up to and including April 13.
RockWiz in Ballarat (April 10)
The Ballarat leg of the RocKwiz Live tour, scheduled for Friday, April 10, has been postponed.
Organisers said on Twitter there will be more news "in the coming days".
"If anybody needs an immediate refund it will be honoured by the theatres," they said.
"We sincerely thank all of you who have purchased tickets and we will do our best to be performing for you as soon as circumstances allow."
Greetings friends, here at RocKwiz HQ we are very sad to have to announce the postponing of our Easter shows in Melbourne, Ballarat, Shepparton, and Yarram. Our thoughts go out to everyone whose lives are affected by these strange times. Stay strong and look after each other. pic.twitter.com/daen5Avw5a— The RocKwiz Team (@RocKwiz) March 16, 2020
Rainbow Serpent Festival (April 10-13)
Rainbow Serpent has been cancelled, having already been postponed due to bushfires in January.
"It is with the heaviest of hearts that the Rainbow Serpent team have decided that given the escalating concerns around COVID-19, that for the safety and wellbeing of our patrons, artists, staff and the broader community, we feel it's best to postpone our Easter Rainbow Regen event," a statement said.
"We were pumped to bring you an incredible lineup, in an event that means so much to our team and the broader Rainbow community in the midst of what we can only say has been a crazy and difficult festival season."
Ballarat Beer Hop (April 11)
The seven-hour 'crafty crawl' has been postponed.
It is not yet known when it will be happening.
Stawell Gift (April 11-13)
This year's Stawell Gift, across the Easter long weekend, is still scheduled to go ahead.
A spokesperson said preparations are "as normal" at the moment, and organisers will be guided by government advice.
Any changes will be posted on social media.
Pyrenees Unearthed Wine + Food Festival (April 18)
The Pyrenees Unearthed Wine + Food Festival has been called off for 2020 and rescheduled for April 17, 2021.
President of the Pyrenees Grapegrowers and Winemakers Association Robert Heywood said the committee said it was a responsible action to call off the event.
Clunes Booktown (May 2-3)
One of the first Ballarat events to pull the pin.
Booktown organisers said: "It would be irresponsible for us to allow that spend to continue without the firm knowledge that the event would take place."
The Great Trentham Spudfest (May 2)
Organisers of the Great Trentham Spudfest, organised for May 2, are yet to make a decision about whether or not the event will proceed or be cancelled.
Each year, the festival attracts hundreds of people to the town in a celebration of all things potato.
While the festival is still seven weeks away, organisers have communicated with all vendors and suppliers to advise they are monitoring the situation and will make a decision closer to the date, due to the rapidly evolving scenario.
While festival organisers have stressed the festival will not go ahead if there is a risk to the community, a decision will be made in four weeks time with the most up-to-date information.
"If we cancel now, then all of our vendors and local businesses that benefit from the event will be hit financially," Helen Macdonald said.
"If we can go ahead, we will."
I'm also waiting on a response from Words in Winter so will send that through when I get it.
AFL match: Western Bulldogs v Gold Coast Suns (May 9)
At this stage the AFL match is going ahead, but there is the very real possibility of crowd not being able to attend.
Given it is still some time away, it is far too early to predict.
Ballarat Heritage Weekend (May 29-31)
Ballarat Heritage Weekend is another casualty of the global coronavirus pandemic.
Scheduled for late-May, the popular three-day event - which attracts thousands of visitors from across Australia - has been cancelled.
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