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    Last night to visit the Bikers Who Care Haunted House

     

    Bikers Who CareClarksville, TN – If you have not visited the Bikers Who Care Haunted House this month, you have one more opportunity to do so. The final night is tonight. The scare begins at 7:00 p.m. and ends when the final person runs screaming from the building.

    This year’s House contains 15 rooms plus the vortex and a maze. The vortex by itself is worth the $10.00 admission. It will prove to be a challenge to your equilibrium. Also, you will visit a room with someone having a close encounter with a fire; a room where other people get limbs cut off; clowns; mad butchers; etc. The House has chainsaws, ghouls, zombies, a priest and other monsters ready to help you part with your sanity.

    An actor entertains a group of thrill seekers in the 2011 Bikers Who Scare Haunted House

    An actor entertains a group of thrill seekers in the 2011 Bikers Who Scare Haunted House

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    Bikers Who Care 31st Annual Leslie W. Watson Toy Run and Benefit Party this weekend

     

    Clarksville, TNBikers Who CareThe Bikers Who Care will host their 31st Annual Leslie W. Watson Toy Run and Benefit Party this weekend, September 14th-16th, at the Clarksville Speedway (1600 Needmore Road).

    The weekend will include nightly bands, Street Bike Drags, Bike Show, Tatoo Contest, and Bikini Contests. Camping is allowed, and there will be plenty of vendors as well as food and drink.

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    Reptiliacs presents program at Dunbar Cave

     
    Sandy, a Baja Gopher snake owned by Sherry and Donnie Howell

    Sandy, a Baja Gopher snake owned by Sherry and Donnie Howell

    Clarksville, TN – Reptiliacs will present a snake program on Saturday, August 13th, 2011, 1:00pm at Dunbar Cave. 

    This hands-on program will allow you to see and handle some of the harmless reptiles owned by Sherry Koontz-Howell and Donnie Howell of Reptiliacs.  In addition to some of the more exotic reptiles such as a Burmese Python, Ball Python, Bearded Dragon, Giant African Pyxie Frog, etc., native species from Tennessee such as ratsnakes, cornsnakes and garter snakes will be presented.

    Tank, a Giant African Pyxie Frog

    All reptiles are non-venomous and the program provides an excellent opportunity to learn about habitats and care for these wonderful creatures as well as their role in the ecosystem.

    This program is suitable for all ages and is free to the public.

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    The Kentucky Reptile Expo is coming to Bowling Green, Kentucky

     

    Bowling Green, KY – If you love reptiles and amphibians, you will not want to miss the Kentucky Reptile Expo on August 6th, 10:00am to 4:00pm at the Carroll Knicely Conference Center on the Western Kentucky University campus in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

    Jarrod Greer purchased Kentucky Reptile Expo about five years ago.  At that time, it had been held in Shelbyville, Kentucky.  Greer moved it to Shepherdsville about a year later.  Last year, Greer decided to turn it into a traveling reptile expo for 2011 and has done successful shows in Hopkinsville, Bowling Green, Shepherdsville, Corbin and other cities in Kentucky.

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