Find Dawley Farm Village business updates here

March 17, 2020; last update April 27

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The businesses at Dawley Farm Village will be updating this page throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, although guests are encouraged to call first before visiting to ensure timely information for now.

These are the most recent developments:


The department store is closed, but customers can use the “free drive up” option when ordering online for merchandise that is available in the store.

“At Kohl’s we remain committed to the national efforts in slowing the spread of the virus. We have decided to extend our temporary store closures, until further notice, for the health and safety of our associates and customers,” CEO Michelle Gass said in a statement.

Free shipping is available on online orders for $75 or more.


As of April 18, the toy store will be closed temporarily to in-store shopping. Curbside pickup hours will be 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Saturday.  Free in-town deliveries will be offered as needed.

Famous Footwear

All stores are closed indefinitely. Free shipping is available for online orders. Famous Footwear is partnering with Crocs in an effort “to support our health care heroes.” If you’re a health care worker, request a free pair of shoes online. “We’re all in this together.”


All orders must be placed by phone and picked up curbside. Temporary store hours are 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday. If you are planning a painting project, get a coupon for 30 percent off paints and stains here. The company is support “our health care heroes” through donations of N95 masks, gloves and hand sanitizer.


All stores are closed indefinitely. The company is offering free shipping on online orders. Expired coupons and reward points will be honored for up to 30 days after the stores reopen. To help in the fight against COVID-19, maurices is donating $250,000 to select neighboring rural hospitals that represent its chain of stores to support health care workers, patients and our communities.

Dollar Tree

The first hour of shopping — from 9 to 10 a.m. — each day has been reserved for “the most vulnerable population — senior citizens, individuals with pre-existing health conditions, and pregnant women.” Online ordering has been restored. Dollar Tree is hiring. Whether you’re home unexpectedly or looking to launch your career, search and apply online today:

Origin Health Chiropractic & Wellness

The clinic remains open for appointments.

Christopher & Banks

As of March 19, the women’s clothing store is closed with a plan of reopening March 31. That has been extended “until government officials indicate it is safe to reopen.” Christopher & Banks is offering free shipping on orders placed online or by phone for a limited time. Spring items are arriving.

Massage Envy

As of March 28, the business will be closed until April 13 “or until such time as we can safely resume operation. While we have had no direct incidents related to the COVID-19 virus, we remain committed to the safety of our staff, patrons and community, and will remain vigilant in taking necessary precautions to be part of the solution and keep everyone healthy.”


The hair salon closed at 5 p.m. March 25 and plans to reopen April 9.

The Barbershop

After reducing hours, The Barbershop announced it will be closed temporarily as of March 26.

A Perfect 10 Nail & Beauty Bar

The last day for services at the nail bar before a temporary closure will be March 27. Those who have memberships can freeze them by sending an email to the business. In a Facebook post, the owner said her goal is to cover 100 percent of her employees’ health care benefits, so she encouraged those who can keep their memberships going to do so. Membership benefits will accrue in the meantime. A Perfect 10 is running a special on gift cards.


The department store is closing temporarily on March 22. Customers will have an additional 30 days to return items or complete a layaway once the store reopens.

Kay Jewelers

The jewelry store will close temporarily beginning at 6 p.m. March 22. Any required warranty cleaning and inspection services due during March will be extended 60 days from the date of the most recent service. Purchases made from Feb. 22 to March 22 can be returned through July 1. Free shipping is offered on online orders.

Buffalo Wild Wings

The restaurant has closed its dining room, but takeout and delivery are available.


New hours for the store are 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday.


The frozen yogurt shop has changed its hours to noon to 8 p.m.

Mainstream Boutique

As of March 19, the women’s clothing boutique is closed until further notice. The store is working on ways to serve its customers and stay connected. “We will see you virtually and continue to spread love plus positivity.” Free delivery is available on shipping for orders of more than $50.

Coffea Roasterie

As of March 19, the coffee shop has closed its seating area and is filling orders to go. Customers are urged to use a contactless card for payment. Closing time has been adjusted to 6 p.m. daily.

Coffea is continuing to offer a 10 percent discount on 12-ounce bags of coffee and its new instant coffee packs.

“We’re also doing something special and offering 2-pound bags of coffee at a volume discount, plus 10 percent off. Use discount code “Social Distancing 2020” at online checkout. We’re also offering 10 percent off all retail and merchandise in-store, so if you’ve been waiting to buy a new grinder, pour-over, mug or anything for your home coffee setup, now would be a great time! Don’t forget about gift cards — they’re a great way to help out right now.”

First Bank & Trust

The lobby is closed until further notice. The bank plans to launch digital banking April 7.


Curbside pickup is available as an option for those who don’t want to shop in the store.


The store is open, but curbside pickup and delivery are being offered too. It’s also hiring a wireless sales representative.

Voyage Federal Credit Union

Beginning, March 20, the lobby will be closed until further notice. Access will be available by appointment. Click here to learn about others ways to get assistance.


The seating area is closed, but takeout and delivery are available from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. Delivery is available from third-party services. For every footlong purchased through April, Subway will donate a meal to Feeding America.


Beginning March 18, the first hour of shopping each day, from 7 to 8 a.m. in Sioux Falls, is reserved for vulnerable guests, including the elderly and those with underlying health concerns, according to a statement from the company. The closing time has been changed to 9 p.m. to give employees time to clean and restock the store.

Century East

Parent company Cinemark has closed all U.S. theaters as of March 18 until further notice. All tickets purchased in advance will be refunded. Movie Club memberships will be paused and won’t be billed.

Bath & Body Works

Bath & Body Works has closed all U.S. stores indefinitely.

“While our associates are home with their loved ones at this critical time, we’ll support them with pay, as well as look at other ways we might ease their concerns and share our appreciation for all they’ve done,” the company said in a statement.

“This closure will also allow us to prioritize inventory to our online channel, so you can safely shop from homes. We’re working around-the-clock to deliver products to our distribution center to ensure we can fulfill your needs.”

Ulta Beauty

Ulta Beauty is closing all stores nationwide from 6 p.m. March 19 until at least March 31. The store is offering free shipping on orders of $15 or more.

“We understand the impact this will have on our guests, and we want you to know how much we appreciate your flexibility and understanding,” CEO Mary Dillon said in a statement. “We also understand the impact this will have on our associates, who are at the heart of our company. To care for them during this unprecedented time, we will continue to pay our store and salon associates, as well as provide benefits for those who are currently enrolled.”


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