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Father’s Day is Sunday, June 16th, and the National Retail Federation estimates that more than 15 billion dollars will be spent on the holiday. And for a lot of us, Dad’s are hard to shop for.  But don’t settle for a necktie just yet. Cape offers plenty of opportunities for Father’s Day gifts for him to enjoy.

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It’s catfish season – both on the Mississippi and in Capaha Park. The Cape Catfish Prospect League team plays their first home game on Tuesday, June 4 against the DuPage Pistol Shrimp. Catch them in action from the comfort of the newly renovated Capaha Park stands. And don’t forget to check out Catfish Alley, where local food trucks gather. 

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We’re honoring the past and looking to the future throughout the next few weeks. 

The time machine’s first stop is at 19th-century Bollinger Mill’s Summer Fun Day on Saturday, June 1. This four-floor gristmill will come back to life from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with self-guided tours, corn hole, lawn bowling, croquet and more. While you’re there, be sure to stroll across the covered bridge. It’s one of only four remaining in the state.

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If you were to survey 100 people about their favorite summer activities, chances are live concerts, swimming and sightseeing would be mentioned. And this week, Cape’s got all three.

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Summer events and activities are kicking into high gear. And that means one of Cape’s favorite traditions is back: Tunes at Twilight in Ivers Square.  On May 17 at 7 pm a blend of soulful, R&B and pop sounds by guitarist Paul Childers feels the air. But it will also be filled with some high flying pilots. The Blue Angels.

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