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Posted on: April 27, 2021

Mayor's Summer Night Lights seeks partners

A boy sprays bubbles during one of the 2019 Mayor’s Summer Night Lights events

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – Clarksville Parks & Recreation is seeking organizations and volunteers for the Mayor’s Summer Night Lights, an annual program that provides purposeful, positive and popular activities for young people.

The program offers events at various locations across Clarksville from 5:30-9 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday from June 7 to July 28. Each gathering features a variety of activities such as a DJ, sports tournaments, enrichment sessions, health and job information booths, motivational speakers, and guest appearances. The program will visit these sites:

  • Kleeman Recreation Center, 166 Cunningham Lane.
  • Lincoln Homes, 20 Lincoln Homes.
  • Summit Heights, 721 Richardson St.
  • Bel-Aire Park, 124 Marie Drive.
  • Edith Pettus Park, 345 Farris Drive.
  • Lettie Kendall Park, 300 A St.
  • Caldwell Lane, 226 Caldwell Lane.
  • Chapel Street, 166 Chapel St.

“The Mayor’s Summer Night Lights is a program near and dear to my heart and I’m happy to see it come back after being postponed by the pandemic,” Mayor Joe Pitts said. “This program plays a pivotal role in youth development throughout our community in providing them a space to learn, grow and have fun. I invite families to get their youngsters involved and look forward to seeing new young faces at these events.”

Booth space for organizations includes a tent, two chairs, and a table. Participating organizations must offer an activity for youth and teens, that is either provided by the organization or by Clarksville Parks & Recreation. Applications are available through May 17.

For more, contact Clarksville Parks & Recreation at 931-645-7476 or parksrec@cityofclarksville.com

About Clarksville Parks & Recreation Clarksville Parks & Recreation provides a variety of indoor and outdoor programs, facilities, nature activities and entertainment events for people living in the Montgomery County and Fort Campbell area. These free or reasonably priced year-round experiences help residents enhance their health, wellness, and social engagement—resulting in a stronger, better community.


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