Clarksville Seal   Calendar of Events

City of Clarksville, MO

Eagle Season
Dec - Feb

Eagle Days (week-end)
January 28 & 29, 2017

Clarksville Bicentennial

Art Studio Tour
spring 2017

Clarksville Spring Market
April 23-24, 2016

Diva Day
May 7, 2016

City Wide Yard Sale
June 2016

Chili Cook-Off
June 11, 2016

Sunflower Days
July 2016

A Day in OZ
August 27, 2016

October  8 & 9, 2016

Art Studio Tour
November 5 & 6, 2016

Santa Land Open
Dec  2016

Discover artist made gifts
always unique and one of a kind!
Enjoyable, relaxed shopping with a view.
Touch the Mississippi



Clarksville Library
Painting by
Bill Blakey

       Sunflower Days         

Eagle Days Sponsor

Clarksville Bicentennial   1817 - 2017

clarksville will be celebrating their bicentennial in 2017. we are excited about celebrating 200 years of the city's history and a committee has been formed to plan for this anniversity

this will be an all Clarksville celebration. we want everyone to be aware of our plans and invite all of you to participate and join in various events that are in the planning stages

if you would like to join in the planning of any event,would like to volunteer to help in an event, or just have some good ideas to pass on to the bicentennial committee, we would love to hear from you. you may contact Sue Lindermann at looking forward to hearing from you and to a great 2017 celebration


Pike's Passage Water Trail
Dedication Ceremony

The signing of a cooperative agreement
between the Corps of Engineers and the
American Canoe Association.
The bald eagle was officially declared the National Emblem of the United States in 1782.  The American Bald Eagle’s scientific name, Haliacetus leucocphalus, literally means “white-headed sea eagle”.

These majestic birds are one of the largest birds of prey found in North America.  Females are slightly larger than males reaching 15 pounds, standing 3 feet tall and spreading up to 8 feet in wingspan.  The female eagle lays 1 to 3 white eggs in March and April.  

The bald eagle has excellent vision and on a clear day, they can seefish from nearly 2 miles away.  Once spotted, eagles use their razorsharp talons to catch their prey.

A mated pair of bald eagles will return to the same nest, and defenda territory around that nest each spring.  Both eagles take turns incubating the eggs for 34 to 40 days.

As of 1995, the bald eagle is no longer considered an endangeredspecies.  Harming an eagle carries an initial conviction of a one-year jail sentence and $5,000 in fines.  

There are approximately 4,500 nesting pairs and 20,000 total birds in the lower 48 states





City of Clarksville Missouri
            Jo Anne Smiley, Mayor
111 Howard Street                       Phone: 573.242.3336
P.O. Box 530                                Fax: 573.242.3450
Clarksville, MO 63336     Email: