From The Trussville Tribune staff reports
CHILDERSBURG — DeSoto Caverns is making changes to provide positive experiences for parents and children during the coronavirus outbreak.
The Cave Cafe is offering curbside pickup with free, live entertainment. Families can order meals online and drive through the park to view streams, floral paintings and encouraging signs. Patrons will enjoy live entertainment from their vehicle while waiting on their order to be safely delivered.
“This unique experience in on-the-go dining is a wonderful way to create a safe, positive environment for families looking for something special,” said Joy Sorensen, the president and director of marketing for DeSota Caverns.
The team at DeSoto Caverns has been training in live entertainment for over a year and they will delight audiences with juggling, bubble shows, fire performances, magic and more.
The DeSoto Caverns Cave Cafe curbside is open Thursday – Monday, from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
The park has also released free state-approved, online curriculum-correlated materials for grades K-12, in Social Studies and Science.
DeSoto Caverns believes these tools will be helpful for teachers who are looking for a unique free educational lesson for their grade,” said Sorensen. “Teachers can also verify that their students have used the online platform by asking their students to answer one of the quiz questions used on the DeSoto Caverns platform and if they get it right, the teacher will know the student has used and comprehended the assignment.”
To learn more about offerings at DeSoto Caverns, go to the park’s website.