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APSU Community School of the Arts announces classes for fall 2009

 

Austin Peay State University LogoThe Community School of the Arts at Austin Peay State University announces music, art and dance classes for children and adults for Fall 2009. Registration opens on Monday, Aug. 3rd. Most classes start Aug. 31 and continue through Dec. 12. New students may continue to enroll after the start date. For more information about any of the classes or to register, contact JoAnn McIntosh, coordinator of the Community School of the Arts, by telephone at (931) 221-7508 or by e-mail at csa@apsu.edu. Also, visit online at http://csa.apsu.edu.

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What’s going on at Dunbar Cave

 

What’s going on at Dunbar Cave is an occasional piece written by Park Interpreter Amy Wallace

Dunbar Cave seen from across Swan LakeFlowers that are blooming now include Swamp Milkweed, a pink ballerina-looking flower that can be found at the edge of the lake; Ironweed, a rich deep purple flower with a stem that can reach 9 feet or more; Orange Coneflower, found in one spot along the lake shore (looks a lot like a black-eyed Susan); Creeping Primrose, a yellow flower that actually grows in the water at the edge of the lake; Wild Sensitive Plant, that looks like a small mimosa tree, has small yellow flowers; Tick Trefoil, with three leaflets and a pealike lavender or pink flower (this will later have the brown triangular seeds that stick all over your clothes); and Tall Bellflower, with blue flowers, found growing near the rock walls on the way to the cave.

The fruit of the Clematis

Clematis fruit

We also have the fruits of flowers from earlier in the summer – the alien looking fruit of the Wild Clematis and the round green ball (will turn dark purple later) that is the fruit of the Yellow Passion Flower.

Our crayfish are coming out onto the banks of the lake and making chimneys to hide while they shed their exoskeleton and the new one hardens. «Read the rest of this article»


In their boots

 

ITBIn their boots is a compelling show about the dramatic impact the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have on us, the people here at home. The show features Iraq and Afghanistan service men and women and their families in stories and situations that have universal appeal. Episode 2 features the Real Story “Beating the Odds: Chapter 2” and special guests Alan Babin, Christy Babin, Sandy Trombetta (VA National Winter Sports Clinic) and Adrian Atizado (Disabled American Veterans).

A video used to be embedded here but the service that it was hosted on has shut down. «Read the rest of this article»

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The Clarksville Parks and Rec Report

 

parksandrec1The weekly Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department Recreation Report provides Clarksvillians with a glimpse at the activities and events that are available from the Parks and Recreation Department for them to enjoy together as a family. This weeks highlights include:

  • Riverfest Regatta Race
  • Concerts in the Park
  • Fall Softball League Fees Due
  • Community Center Hours
  • Downtown Market (inc Photo Gallery)

As summer comes to an end, so does this summer’s swimming activities. This is the last week to enjoy swimming at one of Clarksville’s public pools.  Beachaven, New Providence and Smith pools will close for the season today at 6p.m.  Bel-Aire and Swan Lake will remain open through August 9.  We hope everyone has enjoyed the pool facilities this summer and look forward to seeing everyone again next year. «Read the rest of this article»


Recovery Act funds to assist 12 rural transit agencies

 

tdot-logo-lgNASHVILLE – Governor Phil Bredesen announced Friday that $17.9 million in Recovery Act funds will be provided to 12 rural transit agencies in Tennessee.  The agencies provide transit services to all 95 counties in Tennessee.

“Many Tennesseans, particularly those with limited mobility, already rely on public transportation for their daily needs and many others would like to see expanded transit options,” said Bredesen.  “The Recovery Act funds announced today will help rural transit providers in Tennessee improve service and replace aging fleets with safer, more reliable vehicles.” «Read the rest of this article»

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