by: Scott McCaulley
Attractions and Businesses around the Lakes Region are beginning the process of reopening as restrictions put in place due to the COVID-19 Virus Outbreak.
In Downtown Branson, the Branson Cafe opened up for inside service for the first time since mid-March. Co-Owner Susie Roten tells Hometown Daily News their hours will be limited this week to 6:30-3 put hope to open back up with full hours next week. They are seating customers using the Social Distancing Guidelines still in place due to COVID-19.
Meanwhile down the street at Dick’s Five and Ten, owner Steve Hartley tells Ozarks First that they plan on reopen later this week. They are finishing modifications in the store to allow customers in under the Retail Guidelines.
Some area attractions are beginning to announce reopen plans.
As reported by Branson Tri-Lakes News Entertainment Reporter Josh Clark during an appearance on last week’s “Janet and Friends” program on KRZK, the Americana Theater plans to start presenting shows on May 16.
Meanwhile a post on The Shepherd of the Hills Adventure Park’s Facebook Page indicates that their restaurant will reopen this week operating Thursday-Saturday while the Shepherd of the Hills Play is scheduled to debut for the 2020 Season on May 23.
Arkansas attractions also are looking at reopening including the Crescent “Haunted” Hotel in Eureka Springs, scheduled to reopen on May 15.
Several Social Media and Web Sites continue to update information including the Branson Shows Facebook Page. Information will also be updated here at Hometown Daily News Dot Com.