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Movies in the Park season ends with ‘Hunger Games 2: Catching Fire!’

Movies in the Park, the City’s free, outdoor movie series, concludes Saturday, Sept. 27, at Liberty Park, 1190 Cumberland Dr., Clarksville. ‘Hunger Games 2: Catching Fire,’ rated PG-13, will be shown at approximately 7:00...
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APSU’s Alumni Travel program eyes England, Costa Rica

Dr. Mickey Wadia visits England several times a year to teach study abroad classes on Shakespeare, and this summer, local travelers will get to take advantage of his extensive knowledge of the area as he hosts an APSU Alumni Tr...
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Gallery talk to highlight Billy Renkl and Susan Bryant’s “Even When” exhibit

Professors Susan Bryant and Billy Renkl will give a gallery tour at the Customs House Museum this Wednesday, September 17th at 12:15.
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APSU presents “Big Men”

The Austin Peay State University Honors Program is partnering with the Nashville Film Festival, Nashville Public Television and Lipscomb University to bring documentaries on social issues to the middle Tennessee community this ...
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Customs House to host pumpkin carving contest

The Customs House Museum & Cultural Center is having a pumpkin carving/painting contest.
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“Last Best Summer Ever” to film in Franklin

“I am really pleased ‘Last Best Summer Ever’ can take advantage of everything our state has to offer when it comes to providing a collaborative and creative environment for the film industry. “Tennessee’s natural beau...
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Community asked to participate in Performing Arts Center survey

The City of Clarksville is surveying the Clarksville region as they move forward with building a performing arts and meeting center in downtown Clarksville.
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