Welcome to the
Clarksville-Johnson County, Arkansas
Chamber of Commerce
larksville-Johnson County is a small but progressive and growing community of just over 25,000 residents situated on I-40 and the Arkansas River midway between Little Rock and Fort Smith. Clarksville-Johnson County is widely known for its peaches, scenic byways and abundance of natural outdoor recreational activities.
The merger of the Ozark Mountains and the alluvial plains provides a combination of breathtaking scenery and the availability of sites flat enough for expansive Industrial activities. With the Arkansas River, Lake Dardanelle and the Ozark National Forest nearby, the area is truly one great for living, working and enjoying leisurely activities. Got questions? Just give us a call at 479-754-2340.
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It is the Clarksville-Johnson County Chamber of Commerce's mission to help businesses grow and prosper and to enhance the quality of life in our community through Service, Leadership and Economic Development.
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Cinema on the Square
To help kick off the Johnson County Peach Festival, the Chamber is once again sponsoring Cinema on the Square. This year's featured film is Disney-Pixar's Ratatouille. This FREE event will be held Thursday, July 24th beginning at dark (approx 8:15pm) in the Regions Bank parking lot on the square. So grab your family, lawn chairs and blankets and go enjoy an outdoor movie and popcorn!
A special thank you to Arvest Bank for providing
the free popcorn again this year!
Peaches in Paris
73rd Annual Johnson County
The Johnson County Peach Festival, one of the oldest festivals in the state of Arkansas, kicks off this Thursday, July 24th and will continue through to Saturday, July 26th on the court square in downtown Clarksville. Enjoy Craft/Food Vendors, Kids Competitions, Helicopter Rides, Peach Cobbler Bake-off, 4-Mile Run/Walk, Fishing Derby and much more! On Sunday, July 27th a Horseshoe Pitching Tournament will be held at Cline Park beginning at 9am.
For a list of events or to learn more, like the
Peach Festival on Facebook or visit their website.
Community Farmers Market
If you haven't been to the Community Farmers Market yet, then you are missing out! The produce is FRESH, the music is FREE and the people are hometown FRIENDLY!
Open Saturdays from 8am to noon on
the court square in downtown Clarksville.
Don't forget! This Saturday, July 26th the Farmers Market will be held on the Chamber grounds due to the Johnson County Peach Festival event.
Interested in becoming a vendor? Or maybe a partner? Just give us a call here at the Chamber or shoot us an email.
For updates, photos and more, like the Farmers
Market page on Facebook.
Leadership Johnson County Applications Now Being Accepted
Leadership Johnson County applications are now being accepted until July 31st. The class is limited to 16 participants and the first session will take place September 9th. Leadership is a community issues oriented program that has been designed to inform, motivate, and challenge participants through education and interaction with community, county, state leaders, and decision makers. Contact the Chamber for more information or click here.
Small Business Workshop
Deadline Registration- August 8th
The Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center (ASBTDC) will present, "Small Business Legal Basics" on Wednesday August 13 from 1-4pm at the Chamber. Do you worry legal issues may affect your small business' success? Get answers from attorney Brandon Haubert of Wilson and Haubert, PLLC. Cost to attend is $35 per person; $25 for Chamber members. Seating is limited and the deadline to register is August 8th, 5pm.
To learn more click here or call 479-356-2067.
CASA Volunteers Needed
Court appointed special advocates (CASA) is a program to help abused and neglected children reach safe, permanent homes. CASA recruits and trains community volunteers to speak up for these children in the court system. Anyone wishing for more information on how to become a CASA volunteer can contact Cheryl Coleman at
647-3293 or send her an email.