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June 17, 2014

Manna Cafe to host “Color Me Cool” event

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Mark your calendars for the Color Me Cool Art Show and Ice Cream Festival—a groovy summer shindig with a hippie-dippy twist! Sponsored by Clarksville Fencing and Forefront Solutions, this Manna Café event will take place at 635 Frosty Morn Drive on Saturday, August 2 from noon until 8 p.m.

Admission is free, and activities will include an art show featuring Ken Shipley and many other artists, including painters, sculptors, potters, high-quality crafters, and more; live music by local favorites; plenty of Purity ice cream; an ice cream eating competition; a hula hoop competition; a sidewalk chalk art contest; and games for the kids. The main event will be a homemade ice cream competition. If you have a favorite ice cream recipe and want to show it off or see how it stacks up against your fellow Clarksvillians’ recipes, join in the fun for a chance to win a year’s supply of Purity ice cream and a new electric ice cream maker.

Booths are still available for artists and high-quality crafters who would like to show and sell their work. Log onto, call 931-933-0970, or email: to request an application for an indoor or outdoor booth; enter the ice cream competition; ask questions; volunteer to help; or find out how to become a stage or Kid Zone sponsor. Find us on Facebook at

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