As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, we rely heavily on private and corporate support in order to continue offering high-quality arts and heritage programming and support to individuals and organizations throughout Clarksville-Montgomery County and the surrounding communities. To make a donation, simply click on the donate button, and you will be able to enter in the amount you would like to give.

2013 Cultural Calendar

Wall calendar featuring fourteen works related to Clarksville and Montgomery County by local artists Monica Dahl, Paula Baggett Edwards, Leah Foote, Rob Franklin, Bob Gandy, Alan Goldstein, Jim Hancock, Mary Hoffpauir, Lisa Kemmer, Judy Morgan, Patsy Sharpe, David E. Smith, Cliff Whittaker and Rita Woodward.


The City of Clarksville, Tennessee’s Top Spot License Plates

Celebrate Clarksville’s heritage through these specialty vanity license plates, designed by Josh Wright and depicting a couple of the county’s landmarks along with the city’s “Tennessee’s Top Spot” logo.

The Montgomery County Courthouse

The Montgomery County Courthouse, built after the Franklin Street courthouse was destroyed by fire in 1878, was the fourth courthouse in the county. The current structure was damaged in a 1900 fire and extensively damaged by an F-4 tornado in 1999. After the tornado, the building’s exterior was restored and the interior was completely redesigned.


The Port Royal Covered Bridge

$10 each

Color Clarksville

Coloring book featuring black-and-white line drawings and puzzles related to areas of local historical significance including the Montgomery County Courthouse, Dunbar Cave, Madison Street United Methodist Church, Public Square, Forbes Home Franklin Street and the Roxy Regional Theatre, L&N Train Station, Customs House Museum, Trinity Episcopal Church and more. Contributing artists include Charles Bennett, Bruce Childs, Gerald Gilman, Doug Halloran, Cyndi McGrail, Billy Renkl, Kimberly Santiago and Clare Coyle Taylor. Limited Availability.


If you would like to order and pick up items in person, please contact Arts and Heritage Development at or call (931) 551-8870. Arts & Heritage Development Council (at the Customs House Museum) 200 South 2nd Street Clarksville, Tennessee 37041