1984 Arcade is open again! They’ve resumed their normal hours of operation, Wednesday-Saturday, 4-11 p.m.
They are currently operating at limited capacity and will have signage at the entrance that shows their current capacity. That way you’ll be able to see if they have any space available as you approach. They will have a waiting line with 6 foot distance marks.
Admission to 1984 Arcade is still $10. During this time they encourage gamers to have lots of fun, but after an hour or 90 minutes, consider heading out and allowing more customers to come in.
carGO has an office in Downtown Springfield. They offer ride share, food and alcohol delivery and more! carGO is currently offering free restaurant delivery in Springfield — and that includes some of your downtown favorites! Download the app today!
You can throw some axe again in Downtown Springfield! Craft Axe Throwing is open, with special precautions in place. That includes closing some lanes to maintain proper distancing and a maximum capacity of 12 guests.
Central Bank branch locations have reopened their lobbies and operating with regular business hours. For the time being, they will be limiting the number of people in a branch to adhere to physical distancing guidelines.
If you are unsure about your current health situation, Central Bank encourages you to continue using their ATM’s, Video Tellers and Drive-Thrus.
We promise you’ve seen something the talented rebels at Fried Design Company have created. This award-winning studio calls Highwater, on Boonville, its home and their clients include Downtown favorites Big Whiskey’s, Druff’s, Mother’s Brewing Company, Scotch & Soda and many more. They have stepped up to offer some pro bono services during this difficult time. Tell them thanks by visiting their online store and buying some merch.
Great Southern Bank is encouraging customers to use its online and mobile banking services. Lobby service will be available by appointment only. Visit www.greatsouthernbank.com/about/covid-19-response for more information.
The incredible pros at Headline Productions (sound, lighting and video wizards) are currently on an event embargo. That has not stopped them from helping out. They are currently offering lighting/audio/video equipment maintenance and repair, assisting customers in getting set up to live stream, sales/support of lighting/sound/video equipment, online technical training and more. Do you need those services? Reach out to them through their website, call 417-880-3591 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. While you’re on their website, you can purchase some merchandise.
NEW: History Museum on the Square has updated its hours.
They will be open:
Wednesday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Thursday, 10 a.m.-8 p.m.
Friday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Sunday, 1-5 p.m.
The Museum will be taking many steps to ensure the safety of their guests and staff. Visit their Facebook page for more information. You can support History Museum on the Square by donating on its website.
NEW: Hotel Vandivort is open again! You can book a room and grab some drinks at Vantage Rooftop Lounge and Conservatory. The Order will fire up its kitchen again June 15, with limited dine-in seating for dinner service only, so snag a table for night out on the town. Book online or Call 417-851-5299.
Mane Salon & Social House is open again, with special guidelines in place. They include not bringing extra guests with you and arriving on time for your appointment. If you arrive early, you are asked to wait in your car until the scheduled time. Clients are also asked to wear a mask. For more information, please visit their Facebook page or their website.
Rogue Barber Co. and D’s Wax Factory are open! They will continue to heed recommended safety precautions, and will strictly maintain a reduced amount of barbers on the floor, to minimize physical social interaction. Please visit their Facebook page for more information. You can also visit their Facebook page or website to book your appointment.
NEW: The Springfield-Greene County Library’s Park Central Branch is open again! They have arranged their space to allow for social distancing and patrons are welcome to come into the branch, browse materials, and use their computers. Adjusted hours are 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Saturday through Aug. 31.
The Springfield-Greene County Park Board has reopened Jordan Valley Ice Park, with limited capacity. Public ice skating and freestyle skating sessions schedules are posted at ParkBoard.org/IcePark.
Outdoor parks and trails remain open. Please practice proper physical distancing.
The Discovery Center Springfield is currently closed to the public. It will reopen when the team feels it is safe to open again to the public. Learn more about their choice and how they are supporting the community here: http://ow.ly/Ar4150yNJKf. You can support The Discovery Center by purchasing a membership, or donating online.
The Mystery Hour with Jeff Houghton is doing a live show every Monday-Friday! They currently go live at 3:30 p.m., but be advised it might become a nighttime event later. Also, if you’ve moved your event online (or your event has always been online) and you need a great emcee, Houghton is your guy. Find out more at www.onlineemcee.com or www.thejeffhoughton.com.
NEW: The Trolley Bike is rolling again! They’ve implemented additional safety procedures while still providing a fun experience for everyone. You can learn more about those on The Trolley Bike website when you book your open-air tour of Downtown Springfield.
Transformation Gallery & Tattoo is open again! They will be available to receive calls, at 417-869-2338, as well as emails and will be advising scheduling accordingly. Visit their Facebook page for more information.
The Ward Downtown YMCA is open again, with limited space in its classes. Keep their eyes on The Y’s Facebook page and join their App! If you’re staying inside, they have plenty for you to do at their www.orymca.org/workout-from-home page with 24/7 access to Y 360 and LesMills on Demand! Want to support their mission? Join The YMCA or donate now!