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Your Guide to the Holidays in Cape Girardeau

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and Christmas festivities are filling up the calendar in Cape Girardeau!

Christmas at the Glenn House is a Christmas Classic.  This beautifully decorated Victorian home is open every Saturday and Sunday afternoon from Thanksgiving through December 18th, with candlelight tours the evenings of December 9th and December 17th.

Bring some hot chocolate to watch floats all aglow playing Christmas music parade down Broadway at the 25th Annual Holiday Parade of Lights, November 27th.

Christmas music hits the stage with Holiday Classics November 29th, the Ten Tenors November 30th and the Holiday Percussion Concert December 10th.

Stroll historic downtown Cape Girardeau as carolers fill the air with holiday melodies and festively decorated shops are open late into the evening with seasonal specialties at the Downtown Christmas Open House on December 2nd.

Your favorite reindeer and all of his friends will be here December 2nd with the Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer the Musical. The Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker promises to enchant the whole family with larger than life props on December 8th.

Get to know local Instagrammers, enjoy cookies and cider and capture pictures of the Glenn House beautifully decorated for Christmas at a Holiday Instameet December 3rd.

Explore the country churches of southeast Missouri on the Christmas Country Church Tour, a self-guided free tour that features churches at least a hundred years old decorated for the season playing Christmas music and offering refreshments.

Take a peaceful Candlelit Wood Walk December 16th and regroup from this hectic time of year.  The Nature Center provides a lit path along their paved trail complete with hot beverages when you wrap your stroll.

We wish you a happy holiday season! Share your merry adventures, tag your pictures with #VisitCape.

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