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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Wander down a peaceful, lit path at the Nature Center’s Candlelit Wood Walk on Friday, December 15. Hot winter beverages will be provided to warm up after your stroll. Also at the Nature Center on Saturday, December 16, you're invited to celebrate the Big Birding Year with feathered fun, snacks, games, crafts and programs from 1-4 p.m.

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Experience the Nutcracker at the Bedell Performance Hall at the River Campus on Friday evening at 7:30 p.m. The Ruth Page Civic Ballet brings to life this holiday classic showcasing dancing, stunning costumes and the magical settings in the Land of Snow and the Kingdom of the Sweets.

Enjoy breakfast and a visit with Santa on Saturday morning, December 9, at the Osage Centre as he makes a special stop in Cape Girardeau to listen to the holiday wishes of every boy and girl!

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Holiday events are in full swing in Cape Girardeau! The University Choir and Choral Union performs Vivaldi’s Gloria at the Bedell Performance Hall tonight at 7:30.

Classic songs like "La Bamba" and "Chantilly Lace" will take you back during the Buddy Holly Story at the Bedell Performance Hall on Wednesday, November 29 at 7:30 p.m.

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Happy Thanksgiving! The holiday season in Cape Girardeau kicks off on Sunday evening with the annual Parade of Lights. Bring some hot chocolate and a cozy blanket to watch as lit up floats play Christmas carols down Broadway.

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An annual favorite featuring original choreography by faculty, guest artists and students, Fall for Dance has a wide variety of dance styles that audiences will enjoy. The concert will include an original piece utilizing traditional West African dance, and runs this Wednesday through Sunday at the Bedell Performance Hall.