All About Cape: April 18 - 24, 2017

Apr 17, 2017

Cape Comic Con is headed your way April 21st, 22nd and 23rd at the Osage Centre for Cape Comic Con, with workshops from professional artists, a juried art show, a costume contest, live entertainment and more.

Gospel takes the stage at the Show Me Center on April 21st with the Gaither Homecoming.

Two beautiful ballets, Romeo and Juliet and Carmen, will be performed by the Russian National Ballet at the River Campus on April 21st.

Join the rural communities of Southeast Missouri on the 27th Annual Mississippi River Valley Scenic Drive April 22nd and 23rd.

Sing along to “My Girl” and “Surfin’ USA” when The Beach Boys and the Temptations bring their classic hits to the Show Me Center on April 22nd.

Soak in Spring on a checkered blanket under a clear blue sky at one of our favorite spots for a picnic in and around Cape Girardeau, Missouri!  Relax at one of the many picnic tables under stately shade trees along the Whitewater River at Bollinger Mill State Historic Site.  It’s so quiet out there, and the short trail that takes you to the Bollinger Family Cemetery and the 140 foot covered bridge provide some post-picnic entertainment.  Grill up an outdoor feast at one of the picnic areas at Trail of Tears State Park overlooking Lake Boutin.  A nearby playground will keep your little ones busy, and you can also toss in a line and hope for a bite! Roses bloom from spring throughout the fall at Capaha Park’s Rose Garden, and just outside the garden is a stone table surrounded by benches where you can picnic in the shade with views of the colorful blossoms.  Afterwards, try your hand at a game of disc golf at Capaha’s 9-hole course.  Picnic under the branches of the oldest American Beech tree in the state at the Old Bridge Overlook Park, where you can watch barges head up or down river under the Bill Emerson Memorial Bridge.

Get the full scoop on all of these events and more at VisitCape.com/Events.