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Clarksville-Montgomery County Arts and Heritage to hold Valentine’s arts event with Chocolate, Champagne, and Chamber Music February 14th

 

Clarksville Arts and Heritage Development CouncilClarksville, TN – Clarksvillians can buy Valentine’s gifts from local artists, sample champagne and heart-healthy chocolates from local caterers, and enjoy chamber music by local musicians at the seventh annual Valentine’s Day Afternoon with the Arts, Sunday, February 14th, 2016.

The Clarksville/Montgomery County Arts & Heritage Development Council and F&M Bank are hosting this event from 1:00pm until 4:00pm in F&M Bank’s Franklin Room, with its spectacular views of downtown and the Cumberland River.

At last year’s Valentine’s Afternoon with the Arts, Jo Jenkins looked over bowls with woodcarver Terry Ellis. This year’s event, hosted by the Clarksville/Montgomery County Arts and Heritage Development Council and F&M Bank, will be Sunday, February 14th, in the bank’s Franklin Room.

At last year’s Valentine’s Afternoon with the Arts, Jo Jenkins looked over bowls with woodcarver Terry Ellis. This year’s event, hosted by the Clarksville/Montgomery County Arts and Heritage Development Council and F&M Bank, will be Sunday, February 14th, in the bank’s Franklin Room.

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Salon 615: “BAD Brothers”

 

Sandee Gertz - Author/WriterNashville, TN – Most people you meet in Downtown Nashville who frequent Back Alley Diner, located at 217 Arcade Alley and nestled—literally in a back alley—between Church and Union Streets call it one of those rare “hidden gems.”

They didn’t have to convince me of the “hidden” part as it took Jordan and I a half-hour of walking in circles last February in the snow to find that it was actually less than a five-minute diagonal dash from his apartment.

But if finding it was difficult, discovering the “gem” part of the equation was more than easy.  Welcomed by a friendly, soft-spoken young man into the warm century-old structure—we could see right away that the atmosphere was one of a kind.

Downtown Nashville, Back Alley Diner

Downtown Nashville, Back Alley Diner

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