3-Stop Hop

For the spring 2023 edition of the 3-stop hop, we explore the north side of town, starting at the Cape Girardeau Nature Center for a beautiful nature hike, Sedona for lunch, and Blackbird for some shopping therapy. Or, do them in reverse! The Cape Girardeau Conservation Nature Center trail is an unpaved 1.2-mile loop that takes ... Read More


Self-Care Day is this month! It’s a day set aside to celebrate taking care of ourselves and reflecting on if we are scheduling time to relax and refresh in our busy worlds. But what exactly does “self-care” mean? Officially defined as protecting or preserving one’s own health, it may mean eating a healthy meal, engaging ... Read More

Cape’s Parks

As spring is in full swing, it’s time to get outside and enjoy this weather! Did you know Cape is home to over 660 acres of green space? That’s 25 parks! There are playgrounds, paved and natural trails, each one presenting a different special characteristic. To highlight a few, we start at a park in ... Read More

First Day of Spring and Spring Checklist

Spring has sprung! The flowers are blooming, birds are chirping and spring cleaning begins! Home maintenance is something we often overlook, but spring is a great time to take care of services that will help your home look great all spring and summer long. Over the fall and winter months, the outsides of houses get ... Read More

March Madness – Hot Spots to Watch the Games!

Even if you don’t watch basketball the entire season, March Madness can draw you in with great matchups, rivalries, traditions, and filling out brackets with family members, co-workers, or friends. The whole family can get in on the action! This year, the tournament takes place from March 14 – April 3. Click here for the ... Read More

National Reading Month

Did you know reading can literally change your mind? It’s true! Science shows the network of circuits and signals in our brains gets stronger when we read. Our teachers always encouraged reading, and they’re right! There are many positive advantages to reading, including both physical and mental health benefits. Some people read to reduce stress ... Read More

3-Stop Hop: Galentine’s Day Edition!

What is Galentine’s Day? According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, Galentine’s Day is a “day for women to celebrate their friendships with their lady friends.” Let’s do it! In this edition of the 3-stop hop, we take you down Broadway to D Duncan Floristry & Boutique then a short walk to Scout Hall, home of Speck ... Read More

Valentine’s Brunch Spots

There’s something about brunch. It’s not breakfast. It’s not lunch. It’s special! Why not enjoy brunch as a Valentine’s Day treat! We have some options for you. This year, the holiday falls on a Tuesday. But who says you can’t celebrate the weekend before with a weekend brunch. Either with family or your significant other, ... Read More

It’s Soup Season!

OK, gang, soup’s on! It’s winter, it’s time to enjoy a warm, comforting bowl of soup to warm you from the inside. But where? We’ve got you covered! You may not initially think of Vietnamese cuisine when it comes to soup, but have you been to Pho8? What is Pho? Pho is a Vietnamese soup dish consisting of ... Read More

New Year’s Resolution to Organize Your Home

As the new year approaches,many of us have resolutions to be healthier or get in shape. What about resolutions to get your home in order? Maybe your closets are cluttered or garage needs guidance. But where to start? When approaching a major project of boxes and disorganization, decluttering is the first step. Here are some ... Read More
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