The Clarksville Customs House and Cultural Center launches a Springtime exhibit of “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.” The exhibit will be featured from April 4 to the end of June and includes a beautiful collection of Wizard memorabilia.
As a convention, MidSouth Con is 32 years young and growing with each passing year. It has an average of 120 hours of programming in multiple tracks during the Con (and that’s not counting the Video Room, Anime Room or gaming tracks). The Con offers panels or presentations on Science, Education, Space, Gaming, Fandom, Comics, Anime, Costuming, Movies, SCA, Art, Writing, and much more.
The Queen City Road Race is not just a running competition; it is a promotion for fitness and health in the Clarksville community. As in years past, the Queen City Road Race will include a noncompetitive, one-mile event. Participants can complete the mile at any speed or rate they choose. It doesn’t matter if you run, walk or skip the mile; just as long as you are up and moving!
Africa to America includes a mixture of artists from both continents and features a variety of styles from abstract to realism, with the intent to show that no matter where art is produced, there is a kinship of the soul.
Ft. Defiance Interpretive Center Living History Weekend commemorates 152th Anniversary of Surrender of Clarksville
Uniformed Civil War re-enactors from the 50th Tennessee Reenactment Group will provide living history scenarios and musket firing demonstrations twice daily for the weekend event. Visitors can also tour the permanent exhibit which includes the 18-minute film, “Crossroads of Change 1861-1865”.
The Edwards family enjoys the Celebration of Tree Lights photos by Ellery Edwards
Motown will hold auditions for their Broadway Plays in Atlanta, Georgia and Charlotte, North…
This holiday fest was not only for the young, but the young-at-heart was equally at home amid the thickening crowds.
The homecoming event celebrates former residents of the Lyon County, Kentucky portion of LBL. The yearly reunion brings former Between the Rivers residents together for visiting and reminiscing. All former residents, relatives, and friends are invited.
Everyone is invited to come enjoy and celebrate this opportunity to purchase high-quality artworks from Nashville’s premier visual artists for terrific prices!
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The rodeo is open to the public. Be sure to bring a lawn chair or blanket for seating. Championship Productions Rodeo from Monticello, Arkansas will operate the rodeo this year.
Headlining performers include: Tina Brown Band, T.R.E.A.L., Syd Hedrick Band, Mike Robinson and many more. The event begins at 2:00 p.m.
The Mayor’s Summer Night Lights program features a multitude of activities, including a DJ, swimming, inflatables, dodge ball, performances by local music artists, motivational speakers, karaoke, Car Club demos, street hockey and so much more! There will be a nightly meal provided, free of charge, by Manna Café.