Entertainment Guide

Thursday, June 9, 2005

Events

Through June The Lorimier Gallery and Gallery 100 presents AARP "Good Vintage Show" and Jean A. Chapman Gallery - Visual Arts Cooperative. Contact the Arts Council of Southeast Missouri at 573-334-9233 for more information.

June 16 Nature Journaling You don't have to be a great artist to enjoy nature journaling. Come join Conservation Education Consultant Bridget Jackson from 6:30-8:30 p.m. to learn some tips and techniques to improve your artistry. Then, venture out and put them to use while enjoying nature's beauty. No artistic ability required. Registration is required. Ages 12-adult can participate. Call 573-290-5730 for more information.

June 17 Storyfest 2005 "Legends & Ghosts of Louis Lorimier" The event will commemorate the death of Louis Lorimier, founder of Cape Girardeau . Mr. Lorimier died June 26 th , 1812 and is buried at Lorimier Cemetery in Cape . The event will take place at the cemetery after dark. Presenter still to be determined. Free to the public. For more information call 573-335-1631.

June 17 Tunes at Twilight 7:00 p.m. Common Pleas Courthouse lawn at the gazebo. A series of evening outdoor concerts with a picturesque view of the Mississippi River offering the perfect setting for visitors to relax and listen to music provided bynational touring musicians as well as some of Cape's finest performers. Stephen Taylor will be featured. For more information contact 573-334-8085.

June 17,18,24,25 "The World Goes Round" June brings a musical revue which will share numbers by Fred Ebb and John Kander, from shows such as Cabaret, Chicago, and the Kiss of the Spiderwoman. Christine Beardslee will be production director. This dinner show will be at Port Cape Girardeau's River City Yacht Club. $24.95 per person (Show only dates June 22, 23 $10.00 per person). For more information call 573-334-0954.

June 18 Singles Dance Sponsored by Parents without Partners. Open to the public. Cross Winds will provide the sound system. This event will benefit children's activities. 8:00 p.m.-12:00 a.m. at the Cape Girardeau VFW. For more information call 573-243-2298.

June 24 Tunes at Twilight 7 p.m. Common Pleas Courthouse lawn at the gazebo. A series of evening outdoor concerts with a picturesque view of the Mississippi River offering the perfect setting for visitors to relax and listen to music provided by national touring musicians as well as some of Cape's finest performers. Robert Hoyt will be featured. For more information contact 573-334-8085.

June 24 Wine & Beer Tasting Held at Buckner Brewing Company at 6:30 p.m. and hosted by Ducks Unlimited. For ticket information, call 573-587-6224.

July 1 First Friday Opening Reception The First Friday Opening Reception will be held at 32 N. Main from 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. The exhibit, Girardot National Juried Exhibition, will be in the Lorimier Gallery and Gallery 100. The Visual Arts Cooperative Exhibit will be in the Jean A. Chapman Gallery. Both will be there from July 1-30. Contact the Arts Council of Southeast Missouri at 573-334-9233 for more information.

July 3 Naturalist's Notebook On the first Sunday of each month, join one of the Naturalists as they select a favorite program from their notebook, set up an interesting discovery table or explore current natural events along the trail. Regardless of their selection, you'll be glad you came. No registration is required for this event, which is from 2:00-3:00 p.m. Call the Cape Girardeau Conservation Campus at 573-290-5730 for more information.

July 4 Libertyfest Join the excitement of fireworks, patriotic music, and children's activities at Riverfront Park . Enjoy the largest display of fireworks on the Mississippi River in Southeast Missouri . Come and enjoy the Patriot's Parade that will begin at 6:30pm . Activities for children include clowns, balloon artists, face painters, dunking booth, antique cars, fire engines and the opportunity to meet a variety of historic figures. And don't forget the fireworks display that starts at 9:20p.m. Patriotic fun for the whole family! Free admission. For more information contact 573-334-8085.

July 4 "Tywappity Tales" Part of Storyfest 2005 the River City Players will present the short production featuring a young cast. The show is compiled of local Native American stories which were collected and printed in the Southeast Missourian in teh 1930's. Dr. Roseanna Whitlow adapted and will direct this play. Location and time TBA.

July 4 Southeast Story Swap Part of Storyfest 2005 and Libertyfest, non professional storytellers will be invited to "swap" a story. Criteria and guidelines will be published before the event. A professional storyteller will lead the story swap. For more information call 573-335-1631.

July 4 Murals Come Alive Part of Storyfest 2005 and Libertyfest, costumed re-enactors will tell stories of some of the panels of the Mississippi River Tales Mural on the floodwall in downtown Cape Girardeau. For more information call 573-335-1631.

July 5-29 Summer Arts Camps The Arts Council of Southeast Missouri is now taking enrollment for its 30th Annual Summer Arts Camps to be held from July 5-29 for students ages newborn to adult. Brochures are available at the Arts Council, which is located at 32 North Main in Cape. Please call 334-9233 for a brochure, to register or if you have any questions.

July 8-9 Smith's Classic Car Auction Admission: $6.00 for adults, $3.00 for children 12 and under. Friday from 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. and Saturday from 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. at the Show Me Center.

July 8-10 Cape Girardeau Regional Air Festival The event will take place at the Cape Girardeau Regional Airport . For more information contact the Cape Girardeau Regional Airport at 573-334-6230 or visit their website at www.capeairfestival.com


Music

Tuesday, June 14

KSHE 95 Welcomes Eric Johnson w/Kaki King @ Mississippi Nights, St. Louis, MO

Wednesday, June 15

Bob Camp Band @ Buckner Brewing Co., Downtown Cape

Karaoke @ Brothers Lounge, Cape Girardeau

Karaoke @ Show-Me's, Cape Girardeau

Open chess night @ Barnes & Noble Caf», Cape Girardeau

Thursday, June 16

Water Street Band featuring Bruce Zimmerman @ Water Street Lounge, Port Cape, Downtown Cape

Toby Keith @ UMB Bank Pavilion, St. Charles

Friday, June 17

Fusion Blue @ Rude Dog Pub, Downtown Cape

Toby Keith w/ Lee Ann Womack @ UMB Bank Pavillion, Maryland Heights, MO

Saturday, June 18

Fusion Blue @ Rude Dog Pub, Downtown Cape

Mass Diffusion, Drivin Rain, Stella Blue, This, Is a Virtue @ The Camp, Downtown Cape

Rock Solid @ The Red Sea

Southpaw @ Broussards, Downtown Cape

Project 621 @ Scott City SummerFest, Scott City

Sunday, June 19

Water Street Band featuring Bruce Zimmerman @ Water Street Lounge, Port Cape, Downtown Cape

Tuesday, June 21

Vans Warped Tour featuring Matchbook Romance, My Chemical Romance, The Offspring, The All-American Rejects, Fall Out Boy and more @ UMB Bank Pavillion, Maryland Heights, MO

Wednesday, June 22

Bob Camp Band @ Buckner Brewing Co., Downtown Cape

Karaoke @ Brothers Lounge, Cape Girardeau

Karaoke @ Show-Me's, Cape Girardeau

Open chess night @ Barnes & Noble Caf», Cape Girardeau

Jazz Attack @ The Roberts Orpheum Theatre, Downtown St. Louis

Thursday, June 23

Water Street Band featuring Bruce Zimmerman @ Water Street Lounge, Port Cape, Downtown Cape

Friday, June 24

Reclining Buddha @ Rude Dog Pub, Downtown Cape

Legfest 2005 featuring: Essence Of Logic, Jakes Leg, Helping Phriendly Band, Loudmouth Angel, Baker-McLaren Band, Allsop Grossi & Halley, Billystock, Brad & Auset, Bob Case @ Bearcat Getaway, Lesterville, MO

Catatonic w/special guest @ The Camp, Downtown Cape

Brian McKnight & New Edition @ UMB Bank Pavillion, Maryland Heights, MO

Saturday, June 25

Wooden Ships @ Bel Air Grill, Downtown Cape

The Intention @ Rude Dog Pub, Downtown Cape

BoneStock 2005 featuring: Lost Possum, Cynderblok, Fists of Phoenix, Tore Down, Inkognito, Lost Possum, Elixer, Aftermath, and Drivin' Rain @ Ray Clinton Park, Poplar Bluff

Legfest 2005 featuring: Essence Of Logic, Jakes Leg, Helping Phriendly Band, Loudmouth Angel, Baker-McLaren Band, Allsop Grossi & Halley, Billystock, Brad & Auset, Bob Case @ Bearcat Getaway, Lesterville, MO

Sunday, June 26

Water Street Band featuring Bruce Zimmerman @ Water Street Lounge, Port Cape, Downtown Cape

Tuesday, June 28

John Mellencamp w/John Fogerty @ UMB Bank Pavillion, Maryland Heights, MO

Wednesday, June 29

Bob Camp Band @ Buckner Brewing Co., Downtown Cape

Karaoke @ Brothers Lounge, Cape Girardeau

Karaoke @ Show-Me's, Cape Girardeau

Open chess night @ Barnes & Noble Caf», Cape Girardeau

Thursday, June 30

Arthur Leland @ Rude Dog Pub, Downtown Cape

Water Street Band featuring Bruce Zimmerman @ Water Street Lounge, Port Cape, Downtown Cape

Edwin McCain Band @ The Pageant, St. Louis, MO

Friday, July 1

Fusion Blue w/ Madahoochie @ Rude Dog Pub, Downtown Cape

Saturday, July 2

Fusion Blue w/ Madahoochie @ Rude Dog Pub, Downtown Cape

Alanis Morissette @ The Fabulous Fox, St. Louis, MO

Black Eyed Peas @ Fair St. Louis, St. Louis, MO

Sunday, July 3

Switchfoot @ Fair St. Louis, St. Louis, MO

Monday, July 4

Ted Nugent @ Fair St. Louis, St. Louis, MO

Wednesday, July 6

The Wallflowers @ Mississippi Nights, St. Louis, MO

Thursday, July 7

105.7 The Point Welcomes Billy Corgan @ The Pageant, St. Louis, MO

Big Summer Classic featuring The String Cheese Incident, Keller Williams, Michael Franti & more @ GMC Stadium, Sauget, IL

Friday, July 8

The Station @ Rude Dog Pub, Downtown Cape

Bob Dylan and Willie Nelson @ GMC Stadium, Sauget, IL

Saturday, July 9

The Station @ Rude Dog Pub, Downtown Cape

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakes w/ The Black Crowes @ UMB Bank Pavillion, Maryland Heights, MO

Sunday, July 10

Lyle Lovett @ The Roberts Orpheum Theatre, Downtown St. Louis

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