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Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University will celebrate Homecoming 2011 with the theme, “Jurassic Peay.”
Homecoming is October 24th-30th. Here is a list of events planned as part of the weeklong celebration. Many of the events are open to the public. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – The City of Clarksville together with U.S. Bank will be Jammin’ in Strawberry Alley again on Friday. Join us August 19th for this month’s free concert and to enjoy yet another “night market,” featuring more than a dozen vendors from Clarksville’s weekly Downtown Market. Vendors will be set up from 5:00pm to 8:00pm, and the concert will begin at 7:00pm.
This month’s concert features the Next Level Band, who will be sure to keep you on your feet with a variety of cover tunes for all to enjoy. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – You’re invited to join the merchants of Historic Downtown Clarksville for the monthly Art Walk, which will be held this month on April 7th from 5:00pm – 8:00pm. Kendall Welsh from Hodgepodge sent us this information about April’s artistic extravaganza.
Participating merchants include ARTifacts Emporium, The Framemaker, Front Page Deli, Hodgepodge, Ingredients, the L&N Train Station, Planters Bank, The Peg Harvill Gallery in the Roxy Regional Theatre, and Rogates Boutique.
Participating artists include Anna Heron, Allison Lee, Wendy Mitchell, Tony Yang of Fujiyama, Ulrike S. Proctor, Eleanore Williams, Beverly Parker, and KC’s Handcrafted Designs
Clarksville, TN – Yesterday, at various locations around Clarksville people gathered together to say goodbye to 2010 and hello to 2011. Clarksville Online visited some of these gathering places during the course of the evening.
Locations visited included the Riverview Inn; The Front Page Deli; The Blackhorse Pub and Brewery; The Gilroy; and Hookah 21, where we closed out the evening.
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University will celebrate Homecoming 2010 with the theme, “Peay Paradise,” from October 4th-9th. Homecoming 2010 includes events for all ages, and most of the events are open to the public.
It is spring time again, and April is upon us. That means one thing, Rivers and Spires is just around the corner! The free three day festival will be held on April 15th-17th. It brings people from across the country to Historic Downtown Clarksville to enjoy some of the best entertainment, unique arts & crafts, and the distinctive culture our city has to offer.
One of the biggest impacts of the festival is the exposure it brings for downtown businesses. The festival was unanimously hailed by downtown business owners as one of the biggest benefits to their businesses throughout the year.
Lets take a walk through the downtown area and see what they had to say about the Rivers and Spires festival… «Read the rest of this article»
The Austin Peay State University Department of Art working together with the Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts (CECA) opened a new art gallery in the heart of historic Downtown Clarksville Thursday evening during the Monthly First Thursday Art Walk.
The new facility provides a much needed exhibition space for APSU faculty and alumni in what has rapidly become the focal point of the Arts community in our town. “It’s a way to help our alumni who are out there trying to build their careers,” said Gregg Schlanger, APSU professor of Art. “It gives them a line on their resume and allows us to brag about our program.”
The First Thursday Art Walk was held on June 4th. Downtown businesses features work created by local artists and offer wine and other tempting treats for the Art Walkers.
Paige King’s Hodgepodge featured the ethereal art by Susan Tomi Cheek. Her pictures, many of them made by using a double exposure, held a haunting sense of the otherworld. One particular picture evoked the image of the tunnel and light that many people claim they see during near death experiences with the soul caught half way between life and death. Susan has a different perspective on the world, and that allows her to capture images that other artists would find hard to duplicate.
Susan is the official photographer for the Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts (CECA) events. It was also my distinct pleasure to meet one of her daughters, Cherish.
Community celebrations give weekend celebrants variety as opportunities combine to support charity and sample diverse offerings of regional breweries.
Two separate weekend events provided Clarksvillians with the opportunity to support a local charity group and also indulge in a street festival of beer tasting. Local Moose Lodge # 89 Masonic Lodge held its annual fish fry fundraiser Saturday afternoon and a weekend Brewers Festival tag-teamed the weekend to the benefit of the community.
The Moose Lodge Fish Fry supports the Lodge’s college scholarship program fund. With a goal of raising $2,000, fish dinners were served with efficiency and prompt speed. The dining hall of the Lodge was the eat-in site for those not wanting take-out service. Several customers came to pick up boxed orders as this writer observed the proceedings.
Rob Gouch, Lodge treasurer, oversaw the day’s food servers team as supporters flowed in to show their support and dine with family friends and Lodge fellows. Golden fish fillets, coleslaw, hush puppies and fries were the components of the dinners. «Read the rest of this article»
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