CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (KFVS) - Old Town Cape revealed its 2022 Christmas ornament.
According to its Facebook page, the ornament will feature “B’Nai Israel Synagogue.”
When discussing this year’s choice, Old Town Cape’s assistant director, Andrea Hamm, said in a release, “We are thrilled how beautiful this year’s ornament turned out. The B’Nai Israel Synagogue building’s distinctive architecture has really been captured in the ornament’s design. We are excited to feature a historic property that has been repurposed into a thriving Downtown Cape business on the 2022 ornament.”
The ornament marks the 26th in the series created by Hestia with only 228 produced this year.
Old Town Cape said the annual Christmas ornaments are designed to celebrate not only historic locations in downtown Cape Girardeau, but also ones that have defining characteristics and are a point of interest.
You can buy the ornaments at the Cape Riverfront Market, Old Town Cape, CP McGinty Jewelers, Hutson’s, Jayson Jewelers, Pastimes Antiques, Riverside Pottery Studio, Shivelbines Music, Visit Cape and Zickfield’s Jewelry and Gifts.
They cost for $30 with a stand or $25 without a stand.
Past ornaments that are still available for sale include: Millennium depiction (Fireworks over downtown) (1999/2000), Old St. Vincent’s Church (2001), Lorimier School (2002), the Marquette Hotel (2004), The Red House (2006), Port Cape Girardeau (2007), The River Campus (2008), The Glenn House (2009), The Schultz School (2010), Hutson’s Christmas Window (2011), Mississippi Riverboat (2012), The Oliver-Leming House (2013), The River Tales Mural (2015), Shivelbine Music Store (2016), the River Heritage Museum (2017), the H & H Building (2018), and Zickfield’s Jewelry & Gifts (2019).
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