KRCU's All About Cape
  • Stacy Dohogne Lane
20 episodes
Stacy Dohogne Lane provides a rundown of some of the events happening in the Cape Girardeau Area. Stacy is the Director of Public Relations with the Cape Girardeau Convention and Visitors Bureau.

Episodes

All About Cape: Celebrate St. Patrick's Day
2020 Mar 161m 35s
We hope that the luck of the Irish is with us all this week as we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on Tuesday, March 17. The history of this day dates all the way back to the fourth century. Based on the legacy of St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland, St. Patty’s day started as a religious celebration. As Irish immigrants made their way to the United States, the holiday transformed into the large, elaborate party that we celebrate today. Why not celebrate the day in style at a local Irish pub?
All About Cape: Classic Cars and Basketball
2020 Mar 091m 40s
If you’re a fan of nostalgia and classic cars, then make a trip to the Smith Classic Car Auction . Coming to the Show Me Center on Saturday, March 14 there will be vehicles ranging from Model Ts to muscle cars. With all of that in store, you just might end up driving one of these vintage cars home. Why not make your first cruise in your new dream car, a trip taking the kiddos to Play Cape! On Saturday, March 14 at the Osage Center you’ll uncover endless fun for the whole family. From games and
All About Cape: Staying Healthy in 2020
2020 Mar 021m 45s
Focusing on health is a common resolution at the start of each new year. We are still in the first quarter of 2020, so it’s not too late to get started working on that goal! Head over to the Health and Wellness Expo March 7 at the Osage Center. There will be screenings, group fitness demos, food samplings, cooking demos, seminars, senior living information and over 80 vendors! And, if you’re a fan of giveaways, there will be plenty at this event! Speaking of health and wellness, one key part to
All About Cape: Pickleball & MO Gun and Knife Show
2020 Feb 241m 26s
Are you a fan of the game pickleball? Head on out to the Second Annual SEMO Chemo Smash Pickleball Tournament Saturday, February 29 and Sunday, March 1 at the Cape Girardeau Sports Plex. If you want to take part in the action as a player, the deadline to register is February 22. Last year’s hunting statistics are in and roughly 3,000 deer were harvested in Cape Girardeau County in 2019, according to the Missouri Department of Conservation. If you are an avid hunter, it’s never too early to be
All About Cape: Indulge in the Arts After a Nature Escape
2020 Feb 171m 40s
Are you trying to get more in touch with nature in 2020? Check out the many classes and courses offered at the Cape Girardeau Nature Center. On Thursday, February 20 learn more about how fire protects Missouri prairies during the Cape Nature Needlers class . Or learn about projects that you can do at home with the whole family to help the local critters at the Woodworking for Wildlife class on Friday, February 21. You will even get to build a nest box as a family in this course! If you’re a fan
All About Cape: Planning for Valentine's Day
2020 Feb 101m 24s
If you haven’t made Valentine’s plans yet, you’re a little behind. But there is no reason to freak out. Take a couple of minutes and go to VisitCape.com/eat. You’ll find a complete list of dining options in Cape Girardeau – from Italian to Chinese, classic American, fine dining and more. Treat your valentine to a special dinner with his or her favorite person – you! If a romantic dinner date isn’t speed, there are plenty of other fun-filled activities to indulge in with your partner. Try out one
All About Cape: African American History Driving Tour
2020 Feb 031m 25s
We are kicking off African American History Month, and Cape is a trove of historical sites to check out. Ivers Square can fill an afternoon of discovery from the Civil War to Vietnam and the historic Common Pleas Courthouse. Discover the sites that played a role in shaping local history with VisitCape’s African American History Driving Tour. You will delve into the story of James and Harriet Ivers – James, a former slave joined the Union cause during the Civil War. You’ll also see churches built
All About Cape: Things to Do in Cape Girardeau When It's Cold Outside
2020 Jan 271m 47s
In these cold winter months, the trick is to stay active and warm! There are many options here in Cape Girardeau. Take in a movie at the Cape West Cinema, visit the historic Trail of Tears and view the movie of the native Americans, or visit the Crisp Museum and listen to the interactive stories and view the mural that depicts the 1870 Great steamboat race between the Robert E. Lee and the Natchez. The impressive mural was painted by the renowned Missouri artist Gary Lucy. Crafts are a brilliant
All About Cape: Celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
2020 Jan 201m 38s
There are many significant Civil Rights figures, but few are as recognized as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the work he did reshaping America’s culture. If he were alive, he would have celebrated his 91st birthday on January 15. One wonders what other great speeches and accomplishments we’ve missed since his untimely death 50 years ago. Of course, the work didn’t end, and those who have picked up Dr. King’s banner also deserve recognition. You can celebrate him and his achievements during the
All About Cape: The Cardinals Caravan is Coming to Cape Girardeau
2020 Jan 131m 32s
I've heard that there may be a few Cardinals fans listening. There are some folks who just love baseball! If you are one of them, then get excited. The Cardinals Caravan is coming back to town on January 20 at the Osage Centre. The doors open at 4:30 p.m. and you will have a chance to meet several amazing Cardinals players, from the past and present. You will have the chance to get your memorabilia autographed by a Cardinals player and participate in a Q and A session. Fredbird will also make an