Best Bets for March 13-15 | The Bainbridge Blab

Wash your hands.

You can’t go wrong by staying properly hydrated and rested.

Consider enjoying a bit of personal space, like say 6 feet at least.

Yes, our Best Bets for ways to spend your weekend on the Rock in the coming days are less exciting than usual, but, you know, these are uncertain times.

A plethora of events have been canceled or postponed in the wake of the recent outbreak of COVID-19 on Bainbridge, with some businesses and museums going so far as to close.

Check out Friday’s issue of the Review for a more comprehensive look at the current state of things, including a look at the Winslow business environment and school/sporting event cancellations. If you’re in doubt about a particular happening, visit the host’s website or Facebook page, as things tend to happen pretty rapidly lately.

In the meantime: Be safe, try to relax, and keep healthy as you can, Bainbridge.

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