The conference is more than just fervent admiration of the written word. It also seeks to inform and educate writers of the ongoing changes in the publishing world. Sharpening writing skills along with being well versed in the business of publishing one’s work is also given voice during the conference. Preparing a manuscript for presentation, selecting a literary agent and the emerging changes being wrought by social media on publishing are all areas examined at the conference.
Wellness expert Elizabeth Dixon, director of Chic-fil-A’s wellness program in Atlanta, will share how you CAN gain more energy and use it to improve the relationships that are most important to you.
Registration for the Queen City Road Race is still available for last minute runners. Those registering in the 5K or 7K have the option to register in person or online.
The Annual Military Appreciation Day Picnic welcomes all active duty, retired military and their families to enjoy free food and drinks. Kids can jump on inflatables, play games, have their faces painted and more! The picnic is free with a valid Military ID.
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Any organization or venue is able to submit its events online by using the NowPlayingNashville.com online submission form. Events will be posted to NowPlayingMontgomery.com and to all of Middle Tennessee.
Registration of the Queen City Road Race is a simple matter. Register for the 5K or the 7K online or in person. Online registration may be done at: www.cityofclarksville.com/qcrr.
New this year to Movies in the Park- an added venue! The first half of the movie showings will take place at the Heritage Park Soccer fields with the second half taking place at the new outdoor amphitheater at Liberty Park.
At 4 p.m., join the City of Clarksville and Montgomery County Government at Holidays Extravaganza as they host activities for the whole family.
Austin Peay State University Department of Languages and Literature hosts a benefit reading that not only celebrates the written word, but also raises public awareness of hunger in the local community.
Dr. Curtis is the author of “Dancing to a Black Man’s Tune – A Life of Scott Joplin” and “Colored Memories – A biographer’s Quest for the Elusive Lester A. Walton.”
Movies in the Park are FREE and open to the public.
Saturday’s event will include living history camps, an educational play at 11 a.m., and musket firing demonstrations at 2 p.m. Sunday’s event will feature an outdoor church service, known as a Brush Arbor, at 2 p.m.
Be sure to bring your picnic blankets and lawn chairs. As always, you are welcome to bring your picnic basket, but concessions will be available. Sorry no pets allowed.