CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – What is an antique? If you’re a parent your children probably think you’re an antique. Car enthusiasts think any make older than 25 years is considered an antique. You can get a special license plate that proclaims your car is an antique if it’s over 25 years old. The only real law concerning the definition of the word antique comes from the US customs office, that considers antique as anything 100 years old.
Clarksville and the surrounding area is chock full of antiques shops. One such store has been in Clarksville for over 30 years. Betty’s Antiques and More is located at 121 Franklin Street in the Historic Downtown District after moving from their Kraft St. location. There is over 6,000 sq. ft. of antiques on 2 levels.
There’s everything from furniture to jewelry, art deco to country. Walking through the tight aisles of “stuff” takes you back in time. You could spend hours browsing all the collectibles and treasures.
For more information on Betty’s Antiques call 931-648-9201 or visit their website at bettysantique.com.
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Dining Out for Fisher House
Will take place May 24-25 at Ruby Tuesday on Ft. Campbell Blvd. The restaurant will give back 20% of every diner’s bill to the Fort Campbell Fisher House. Flyer must be presented. For more information, call 270-798-8330.