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Pumpkin Spice Lattes, Pumpkins and All Things Fall!

It’s sweater weather! Finally! As fall settles in, the mums, pumpkins and fall-flavored drinks begin to pop up. Looking for a local source for pumpkins that benefit a good cause? The pumpkin patch at Grace United Methodist Church along Broadway always offers a beautiful range of tiny to large pumpkins. In addition, the Charles Hutson ... Read More

Take a Hike! Or a Bike!

As the temperature changes, it’s a great time of year to get outside and take a hike or bike ride. Whether you grab a friend, your family or use the time for yourself, being outdoors has many health benefits. According to WebMD, hiking outdoors has plenty of perks like nice views, fresh air, and the ... Read More

Working Remotely? We’ve Got the Hot Spots for You. And Free Wi-Fi!

During the pandemic, many of us juggled finding a work-life balance as our homes became workspaces, bedrooms became offices, zoom calls became the norm. For some, working remotely is here to stay. And, it’s not all bad! In fact, no traffic and no lunch rush can lead to reduced stress. There are multiple benefits to ... Read More

Cooking Classes

Have you always wanted to learn to make homemade pasta? How about Sushi? Or, looking for a unique interactive experience to do with a group or a loved one? Cooking classes are an excellent way to learn a new skill and work together. They’re great for corporate events, a date night, or a bonding experience ... Read More

Shipyard Music Festival

Come to downtown Cape Girardeau this weekend, September 17-18, for a weekend full of live music, food, drinks, and a unique outdoor experience for the entire family. The 3rd annual Shipyard Music Festival kicks off Friday at 6 pm and continues on two stages through the day and evening Saturday. There are 18 musical acts ... Read More

Labor Day Weekend Events

As a federal holiday, Labor Day acknowledges the contributions and achievements of American workers and for many people, symbolizes the end of summer and start of the school year. If you’re looking for family-friendly activities to do this weekend, Cape has you covered! Friday evening, bring your picnic baskets and lawn chairs to Tunes at Twilight, ... Read More
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