The movie filmed scenes at Chattanooga’s historic Engel Stadium, which doubled as Brooklyn’s iconic Ebbets Field, and other locations in Chattanooga.
The University’s opera performance is a major event each spring because the concert is a large collaborative effort between different areas within the APSU music department.
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.
This is the first state map in 26 years to show the completed route that bypasses Nashville and provides access to Interstate 40 east and west of Nashville, Interstate 24, and Interstate 65.
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.
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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.”
Views of Performances, Backstage Highlights & BCOL Afterparty at the Ice Lounge
The stage at Einstein Bros. Coffee Shop will come alive October 12, 11:30a.m.-12:30 p.m. as ‘Exlposion Negra’ stirs up the autumn spirits of APSU returning students.
This is the frist of the 2012 series of presentations. Assistant Professor Johnny Jones will chair this presentation and open discussion.
Movies in the Park are FREE and open to the public.