09/19–09/22/2018–Red River County Fair

Annual Red River County Fair sponsored by the Fair Association

Fair parade is Wednesday, September 19th at 5pm.

Clarksville/Red River County

Description- rides, food booths, entertainment, livestock auction, exhibits and judging

Cost- Fair is free to the public

Check in on Tues for exhibits .
Judging at 9 on Wed for exhibits.
Entertainment at 7:00 each night. Rides shut down at 10:30p.m.

Location- Hwy 82 East, 1159- Fairground Rd, Clarksville, Texas 75426

Contact- Red River County Extension Office at 903-427-3867

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09/08/2018–Red River County Stew Cook-off

Date: September 8, 2018

Food! Music! Auction! Fun!

Do NOT miss this event!

Red River County Stew Cook-off, sponsored by the fair association.
At the Red River County Fairgrounds in Clarksville/Red River County.

Stew cook-off, bake-sale and auction.

This is a fund raiser for the fair Red River County fair and is well worth attending.

More stew than you can possibly eat! Savory, mouth-watering competition stews. Master stew-makers from around Red River county come together to attempt to out-cook each other for the coveted winning title!

Buy a bowl, and you get to sample any/all/as much of the stews as you can handle. Anyone is eligible to enter!

Cost-Stew $5 gets you a bowl and you can sample as much stew as you can hold.

Drinks $1.00.


Stew begins serving at 5:00 p.m., but come on out early to chat with the cooks, preview the auction or donate items to be auctioned.

Come join the fun and enjoy the stew!

There will be an auction of many donated items, food, jewelry, quilts, and many more wonderful items from area residents starting around 6 pm.

The winners of the Stew Cook-off will be announced after the auction.

Location Hwy 82 East, Clarksville, Texas.

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Call  903-427-3868 for more information!

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R.B. Ravens Gallery

R.B. Ravens Gallery

RB Ravens is a gallery specializing in the finest pre-1930s Navajo Weavings, Pueblo Pottery, Hopi Kachinas, American Indian Painting, and Contemporary Art.

At R.B. Ravens Gallery we specialize in pre-1930s Navajo textiles, historic Pueblo Pottery, Hopi Kachinas and American Indian painting, as well as contemporary art by America’s finest artists.

Consulting: R.B. Ravens provides consulting for many private and public collections of Native American art collections world-wide, and has helped develop museum collections in almost every major city in the United States.

Lectures: R.B. Ravens presents lectures on Navajo Textiles. Ray Trotter is available to organize talks/presentations at locations throughout the world.

Appraisals: R.B. Ravens is experienced in giving expert appraisals of Southwestern Art, from textiles to painting.

128 West Main
Clarksville, Texas
(903) 427-0050
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Whistle Stop Inn Bed & Breakfast



Henry and Minnie Ritchey and their five children arrived by train from Carpenter, Mississippi in 1912. Henry went to work and helped build Stave Mill on Pine Creek on the Red River, white oak was used to make barrel staves. In 1917 he began farming and was a sharecropper for almost 30 years in the Detroit area. Henry bought his first team of mules named Dan and Whitehouse that same year. He owned eight mules and trained mules for other farmers. He used his mules daily to work the farm. Henry and Minnie retired and bought the Lee Coursey home place in 1937. Minnie saved up her egg money and was able to purchase additional acres over time to what is now the 6.5 acres that has been in the Ritchey family over 80 years. The train ran right in front of the farm and Minnie feed many travelers that stopped in.
?It was told that travelers had written on the boxcar wall, “Food, Ritchey’s, Detroit”. Minnie never turned anyone away, she always considered it an honor and a blessing.

Welcome to Whistle Stop Inn.



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Rehoboth Farms

Rehoboth Farms

Originally known years ago as the Parchman Pecan Farm and then The Old Ellis Place, we are now Rehoboth Farms named from Genesis 26:22.  We still offer the same great pecans and will have new varieties in the future.  Our happy free range chickens lay beautiful eggs that are the best in the solar system.  We will have berries, fruit and vegetables in season.  Call and come out or we can deliver locally.  Rehoboth is located near the airport just five minutes from the downtown square.

Debra Kleemeyer

Jeff Kleemeyer

727 Farm Rd 909
Clarksville, TX 75426

903-427-8196 (leave message)


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Church of Christ of Clarksville, TX

Church of Christ (Clarksville, TX)

Preacher: Randy Miller

2405 W Main St
Clarksville, TX 75426

Ph: 903-249-1181


Sunday Bible Study at 9:30 am

Sunday Worship at 10:15 a.m. and 5 pm

Wednesday Bible Study at 7 pm


2nd Sunday Luncheon immediately following morning worship Afternoon worship at 12:45pm


Email: churchofchristclarksvilletx@gmail.com


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SAY Bugman Pest Control, LLC

SAY Bugman Pest Control, LLC

Owner: Sam Yancy


P.O. Box 944

New Boston, TX 75570


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Bogata Lions Club

P.O. Box 697
Bogata, TX 75417

Find us on Facebook!

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Red River County Farm Bureau

2208 W Main St
Clarksville, Texas 75426
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 901
Clarksville, Texas 75426

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10/2018 — Annual Chamber Banquet

Dear Chamber Member,

Our Historic Red River County Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet has been set for Tuesday, October, 2018 in the Clarksville High School Auditorium. Tickets are $10 and are available from any director or from the chamber office.

In an effort to give our members more exposure for their prospective business, we are offering you a free space at this year’s banquet so that you may display your goods, products, promotional items or whatever you may want. This will give you an opportunity to show people just what you do and give them something they can take home and hopefully remember you when they have that special need. As a member of the Chamber, I know you will want to be a part of this new venture.

The Business Displays will open at 5:45 p.m. and the banquet will start at 6:30 p.m. You will be able to set up your displays between 5:00 and 5:45 p.m. You will be responsible for your own table, chairs, and supplies, and spots will be give on a first come, first serve basis. The business display space is provided at no charge; however, you will still be responsible for purchasing a ticket for your meal, which is only $10.

You will be able to have special give aways or even door prizes at your table, in fact, we encourage this! However, you will have to announce the winners during our meal.

For those unable to attend or have a table, you may still donate door prizes to be given away.

Please contact the Chamber office by October, 2018 to register.

Historic Red River County Chamber of Commerce, 101 N Locust St, Clarksville, TX 75426

Phone: 903-427- 2645 Fax: 903- 427-5454

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