Fort Campbell, Clarksville, and the surrounding area has always been known for its family-friendly atmosphere. Whether you’re looking for an educational adventure or an arts and crats activity, you’ll find some truly unique options on the local calendar. Resolve to get out in Clarksville and have some fun this year! Here are some of our favorite things to do to start off 2018.
January 9th 2018 (and ongoing throughout the year on the second Tuesday of every month)
STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and mathematics. STEM is based on educating students in these four specific disciplines in a more interdisciplinary approach. Instead of teaching these four topics as separate subjects, the STEM approach integrates and presents them in a cohesive and real-world based application.
Historically the United States has been a leader in all of these fields, but there have been fewer students interested in these topics in recent years. STEM makes them more accessible and enjoyable. STEM Night is open to the entire family.
The RF Sink Memorial Library is located at:
38 Screaming Eagle Blvd, Fort Campbell, KY 42223
Call the Library for the specific STEM topic. 270.798.5729
Tuesday, January 16 and January 23, 2018
(and ongoing the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month)
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Clarksville 50+ Activity Center
We all need a little encouragement from time to time. Hearts and Kindness Rocks serves to provide encouragement, positivity and love by inviting participants to paint rocks that will be distributed through the community. Modeled after the national Kindness Rocks Program, this is a mission to put art in the hands of people and inspire creativity; this is about spreading art and kindness throughout the community. This ongoing event is free to the public.
The Clarksville 50+ Activity Center is located at:
953 Clark Street
For more information contact:
Diana Akin at 931-648-1345.
January 26, 2018
Hilton Garden Inn Clarksville
Hosted by and benefitting the Miss Black Clarksville Scholarship program, the Annual Father-Daughter Princess Ball is a unique and memorable way for fathers (or significant male figures) to spend quality time with their little princesses. This is an all-ages event and includes food and music provided by a local DJ. Mark your calendar for this very special date benefitting a wonderful cause.
Tickets are $40 per couple of $25 for an individual. Purchase your tickets here:
The Hilton Garden Inn is located at:
290 Alfred Thun Road
Clarksville, TN 37040
For more information call:
Feb 28, 2018
(various locations throughout the Clarksville area)
Empty Bowls is a growing grassroots movement with a mission to feed the homeless, the disadvantaged, and the needy. The Empty Bowls program supports food-related charities globally and has raised millions toward the fight against hunger.
Educators, craftspeople, and potters work with participants to create handcrafted bowls. The community is invited to a basic meal of bread and soup. Guests may select one of the bowls to take home as a reminder of the empty bowls throughout the community.
The Clarksville program will support both Loaves & Fish and Urban Ministries. Both non-profit organizations are working toward feeding the hungry in the Clarksville area. Empty Bowls Clarksville is committed to raising awareness about hunger locally. There is a suggested $15 donation to participate.
Lunch sites (11am-1pm) include:
Dinner Sites (4:30 pm-7pm) include:
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Daily through Winter
Monday through Thursday from 3:30 p.m. to 9:15 pm
Friday and Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 9:15 pm
Sunday from 2 p.m. to 9:15 pm
The ice rink opened for the season on November 24th, but you can skate the day (or evening) away through all winter long! The outdoor ice rink is a first for the city of Clarksville and marks the debut of this new holiday tradition.
Admission is $10 and includes ice skates. Tickets can be purchased on site. The box office opens 30 minutes prior to each session.
Downtown Commons Ice Rink is located at
215 Legion St.