7 Things to See and Do In The Tri-States This Weekend
This weekend is filled with some exciting things to check out. Here are just a few highlights to see and do for this weekend...
CSC is kicking things off in Canton with a homecoming parade starting at 9:30. Then head over to the hill as the Wildcats take on Missouri Valley at 1 PM. For more on CSC homecoming click here.
QU is also having their homecoming this weekend. It kicked off Thursday night with the Balloon Glow. QU soccer and volleyball are in town and you can catch the Hawks football team take on Robert Morris at QU Stadium on Saturday afternoon. For more on QU homecoming events click here.
Quincy Humane Society is hosting the 23rd Annual Mutt Strutt, a one mile walk with your four-legged companions. This event is Saturday September 30th, from 9 to Noon at Wavering Park. This year's theme is "Heroes & Hounds." Click here for more information.
The 11th Annual BBQ Blast at St. John's Cathedral is Saturday from noon until 4:00 pm. Located at 3728 Payson, this tasty event is for the whole family to enjoy. There will be live music, beer wagons. a basket raffle and kids activities. Cost is $7 for adults and $3 for children to sample contestants BBQ and vote for people's choice.
From 9:00 until 1:00, come out and see bikes and cars from eras past. Registration is from 9:00 to 10:00 am and voting runs until 12:30 pm followed by awards at 1:00. Sam will be there from 11:00 to 1:00 pm broadcasting live.
Dress up as a zombie for the annual Hannibal Jaycees Zombie Run. You have the option of being chased by zombies or not (for the kids) It is the goal to finish with both of your football flags attached. Finish with both flags and you survived the Zombie Apocalypse! For more information click here.
Come out to Baldwin field for one of Arts Quincy's big fundraising events. Enjoy food, auctions, dueling pianos, and order a drink from one of our celebrity bartenders (Brodie and I). Click here for more info.