« Older: Downtown Clarksville Came to Life for the Seventh Annual Frolic on Franklin Street Arts Extravaganza Newer: Austin Peay Marching Band creates excitement on Saturdays »
Clarksville, TN – The 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:
“Backroad Brigade” to perform at Jammin’ in the Alley
The City of Clarksville and U.S. Bank will soon be jammin’ once again, Friday, September 21st in downtown Clarksville’s Strawberry Alley. This month’s free concert will feature four good ole boys from the backwoods of Clarksville, Tennessee.
Don’t let that fool you, because they know how to rock! Their band, Backroad Brigade, is like no other bands of their generation. Instead of power pop or death metal, they keep the sound of good, old-fashioned rock and roll alive.
Free concerts take place every third Friday of the month thru October and begin at 7:00pm. In addition to the live music and market vendors, downtown restaurants will offer outdoor dining for Jammin’ in the Alley and night market patrons. Come ready to eat, dance and shop!
For a complete schedule, go to www.parksafterdark.com.
Storytellers at Kleeman
Children and parents can enjoy interactive story time as the storytellers from L.E.A.P. (Leadership Enlightenment Academic Achievement and Perseverance) bring to life stories from cultures across the Globe. Program is held at the Kleeman Community Center once a month.
Join us September 24th from 6:00pm-7:00pm, to hear “Discover America State By State Alphabet Series” Event is free. Community Center ID card is required.
LST-325 in Clarksville for a Limited Time
On September 26th-30th a key piece of military history will be on the banks of the Cumberland River in Clarksville, TN. Join us at McGregor Park as we welcome the LST-325. The LST crew will provide a rare glimpse into this floating monument as visitors are able to climb aboard and explore the ship. Military enthusiasts, history buffs, and school groups will learn how it was instrumental in battles dating back to WWII.
Groups of 10 or more will receive special admission pricing. To get more information on group rates, contact Doug Barber at 931-245-4344 or email email@example.com.
To learn more about the LST-325 visit www.lstmemorial.org.
Indoor Aquatic Center to open for the season
The Indoor Aquatic Center at New Providence will open its doors Monday, October 1st. Opening day will feature activities, prizes and free admission for all patrons.
Purchase your indoor or year-round pool passes October 1st-7th and receive 10% off!
Bark in the Park
Businesses that promote dog-related programs, services and products are encouraged to apply by visiting the Parks and Recreation Office at 102 Public Square or going online to www.cityofclarksville.com to download a form.
Applications must be received by October 3rd.
Topics"Jammin in the Alley", Backroad Brigade, Bark in the Park, City of Clarksville, Clarksville Parks and Recreation, Clarksville TN, Concert, Cumberland River, Doug Barber, Indoor Aquatic Center, Kleeman Community Center, L.E.A.P. Organization, Liberty Park, Liberty Park Bark Park, live music, McGregor Park, New Providence, Parks and Rec Report, Public Square, Storyteller, Strawberry Alley, U.S. Bank, USS LST 325, World War II, WWII
© 2006-2017 Clarksville, TN Online is owned and operated by residents of Clarksville Tennessee.