Stacy Dohogne Lane

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Stacy Dohogne Lane is the Director of Public Relations for the Cape Girardeau Convention and Visitors Bureau and has been promoting her hometown as a tourism destination since August of 2011.

She has a bachelor's degree in Public Relations from Southeast Missouri State University, and she proudly serves on the Cape Girardeau Public Library's Board of Trustees and enjoys exploring Cape Girardeau's trails, parks, downtown and farmers markets with her family.sla

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Don’t miss the world premiere of a dramatic musical called An American Hero at the River Campus, centering on an optimistic Irish immigrant who joins the U.S. army, falls in love and goes off to fight in World War II, opening this Wednesday and running throughout the week.

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Enjoy a collaborative recital featuring the new violin and trombone faculty in the Department of Music as they perform a wide range of works and styles this Friday, September 22 at 7:30 p.m.

Learn how to tell snakes apart from one another and find out how Missouri’s venomous snakes live at the Nature Center’s Magnificent Five this Saturday, September 23 at 1 p.m.

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Jimmy Davis serenades the crowd at Ivers Square, the new name for the Common Pleas Courthouse Gazebo lawn, with his Americana Country Rock music at Tunes at Twilight this Friday at 6:30 p.m.

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Fair week is upon us - the SEMO District Fair kicks off this Saturday, September 9 and runs through Saturday, September 16!

Start the party with a parade. The Annual Fair Parade officially kicks off the SEMO District Fair on Saturday, September 9 at 9:30 a.m. Find a spot along Broadway and Kingshighway from Capaha Park to the fairgrounds at Arena Park and get ready to hear area marching bands, see the floats and catch some candy.

Rip Lee Pryor started playing his dad’s discarded harmonicas from a young age and brings his One Man Blues Show to Tunes at Twilight this Friday at 6:30.

Also happening on Friday, galleries, shops and restaurants in downtown Cape Girardeau stay open until 9 p.m. for First Friday with the Arts.

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