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2016 LakeFest Craft Show Winners

Each year we enlist three judges to explore all the craft booths at our event. This is the criteria we ask them to look for and choose their favorites. Attractiveness of booth Quality, beauty and difficulty of craft Friendliness and helpfulness of crafter Congratulations to this year’s Winners!

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It’s the lifestyle that attracts visitors to Clarksville and keeps them coming back year after year…or for a lifetime. It’s the friendly people, small town charm, low cost of living, mild climate, and recreational opportunities that makes Clarksville a great place to visit and an even better place to call home. While things move at read more…


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C.A.T.S. BEST OF SHOWS - August 6, 12 & 13, 2016 at 8:00 p.m. - August 7 & 14, 2016 at 2:30 p.m. - Following the tradition of years past, in August 2016, the Colonial Actors Theatre Society will produce a summer musical revue titled C.A.T.S. BEST OF SHOWS. In honor of our 5th anniversary season, this production will include some of our favorite musical numbers from all C.A.T.S. productions since its inception in 2011. There will be Broadway Show tunes, 1950s and 1960s top hits, country music, and a little bit of everything included in this show! We also hope to include many of your favorite local performers in BEST OF SHOWS! This is a C.A.T.S. Community Theatre Production. Sponsored by Williams Enterprises and The Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy.

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Tip of the day from CALC’s landscape care guide Category: Mowing *The key to a beautiful lawn is proper mowing* -Mowing your lawn too short can result in a poorly developed root system leading to drought, so leave stalks about 3 inches in height. This promotes deeper roots, prevents water loss, and reduces weed growth. -Many people tend to mow their grass shorter in order to avoid another mowing sooner. Mentioned above this weakens the grass giving it a brown, scalped look. So mow often enough! -And lastly, always remember to keep the blades sharpened. Dull blades will result in ripping and shredding the grass which will leave the yard looking brown and dead. Blades should be sharpened multiple times a year and once a month for larger yard! Happy Thursday Everyone!

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We have a few LAKEFEST tees & tanks, towels, totes & caps left but limited sizes and colors….so if you didn’t get yours stop by the Chamber or VA Mall, but hurry!

Harvest Days is October 1st and we have vendor applications available. Our Oktoberfest Beer Garden that has traditionally been held the Friday night before Harvest Days is scheduled Saturday night this year at 8 pm at the corner of 5th & Virginia Avenue. We will not be doing the annual auction this year during Harvest Days, due to competition with other community auctions close to same time. So if anyone has any ideas of other types of fundraising during this event please feel free to share with us.
Fridays, at 5 pm ~ Fresh Start Market Fresh vegetables and fruits will be available next to Mermaids Cottage, 203 Virginia Avenue. Come on out to get your own fresh and affordable foods!
Friday, July 29th at 6 pm ~ Monogram Paint Party at the Cottage Barn. Cost is $45 per person includes a .5" birch wood monogram of your choice, paint, and supplies. You must have registered by July 6th by clicking "going" and then call 374-2299 to complete registration.
Friday, July 29th at 7 pm ~ “Live Music Under the Stars” featuring 6 North Main Enjoy an eclectic mix of Motown, Disco, and songs spanning all decades and genres including country and new contemporary music! Join us on the outside Patio from 7 pm - 11 pm, $5 cover. Call Cooper’s Landing at 374-2866 for more information.
Saturday, July 30th at 6 pm ~ Clarksville Community Players will be associated with the Bluegrass Gospel Concert. The event will take place at the Clarksville Fine Arts Center and will feature 4 different bands. For more information please contact the Clarksville Community Players through Facebook.
Tuesday, August 2nd- 6 pm- 8 pm~ National Night Out- The event will take place at Robbins Ballpark in Clarksville. During the National Night Out, citizens will join forces with the Clarksville Police Department to strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships.
Wednesday, August 3rd – 1 – 6 pm ~ Red Cross Blood Drive Clarksville Baptist Church is sponsoring the next Red Cross Blood Drive at the Clarksville Community Center. You can make an appointment to donate by calling 1-800-RED-CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or on the website: The Red Cross has a contract with Amazon and all donors with an email address on file and have an online appointment scheduled will receive a $5 gift card for Amazon.
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