Clarksville leaders not paying for flood protection efforts

CLARKSVILLE, Mo. (KSDK) – It happens nearly every year: the small Mississippi River town of Clarksville, Missouri gets flooded. But this year the town’s board made the decision not to financially support a flood event that is expected to hit next week…. read more…

Raintree Rocks the Shed

Join the Raintree Arts Council this Saturday, July 13 at 6 PM for Raintree Rocks the Shed. Tickets are only $10 and available at the door.

  • Hot dogs
  • Burgers
  • Dance
  • Performances
  • Songs.

For more info, call Cindy at 754-5355 or Jon at 754-4001.

Save the date for Eagle Days 2013!

Eagle viewing season is upon us and there’s no better place to catch a glimpse of these beautiful birds than in Clarksville, MO.  Clarksville sits right on the mighty Mississippi and is home to Lock and Dam No. 24, creating an ideal place for eagles to hunt. During the last weekend of January, consider making the drive to Clarksville for our town’s annual Eagle Days Weekend.   Eagle Days takes place Saturday, January 26th from 9 am to 4 pm; and on Sunday, January 27th from 10 am to 3 pm. The Missouri Department of Conservation will have rangers on hand to answer questions as well as telescopes set up along the river banks for a closer view of the eagles.  Many churches and organizations offer special meals just for the weekend. For more information on Eagle Days, watch Visit Clarksville for updates or visit

We hope to see YOU there!


This photo was taken during a presentation by the Wild Bird Sanctuary inside Clarksville’s Appleshed. If you want to get this close to an eagle, come to Eagle Days!