Dancin’ at the Hall. Oct 5th

Dancin’ at the Hall. Oct 5th

All ages welcome to come – enjoy the music and dance!  6:30 – 9:30 pm. at the Clinton Community Hall. Returning guest caller Isaac Banner will teach a simple dance of repeating steps, then call out the moves as you dance to the tunes of live band: “Improper” with Melissa Coffey, Sean Bolton, Julie Bennett, and Nick Leininger. A new dance every song. Contra dance is a simple and fun traditional dance style found around the world. If you can walk, you can dance. If you are moving and having fun, you are doing it right! Come alone or bring friends, no partner needed. $10 suggested donation to support the band and the hall. No one will be turned away if unable to donate. This community event is co-sponsored by Clinton Community...
Write Now! Marketing your Book.

Write Now! Marketing your Book.

Social media can be confusing, but book marketing from the couch is easy once you learn how. Discover how to grow your Facebook author page from zero to thousands of followers. Learn how to reach readers on Instagram and YouTube. Become a hashtag expert and wield them to your advantage. Analyze your audience and ascertain the best social media vehicle to dominate. This class is for veteran authors as well as writers seeking to grow their platforms in the hopes of landing an agent or publishing deal. Speaker: Jennifer Bardsley  Saturday, September 28 from 3 – 4:30 pm Jennifer Bardsley writes the column “I Brake for Moms” for The Everett Daily Herald. Her novel “Genesis Girl” debuted in 2016 from Month9Books, with the sequel scheduled for 2017. “Genesis Girl” is about a teenager who has never been on the Internet. Jennifer however, is on the web all the time as “The YA Gal” with over 20,500 followers on Facebook, 16,000 followers on Instagram, and 5,000 followers on Twitter. Jennifer is a member of SCBWI, The Sweet Sixteens debut author group, and is founder of Sixteen To Read. An alumna of Stanford University. This free event is sponsored by the Clinton Library and will be at the Clinton Community...
Tues Sept 24

Tues Sept 24

Mushrooms grow in abundance in Washington state nearly year around. Some are poisonous, many of no culinary value, some are medicinal and a select group is some of the best food to enjoy. In this richly illustrated presentation, Daniel will help you to get to know, identify and find these wonderful mushrooms while steering you clear of dangerous look-a-likes. You will be advised how to properly collect, carefully transport, safely prepare and reliably store your mushrooms and how to process for unlocking their medicinal powers. In addition, Daniel is mixing in some fungal fun & facts from his research and ‘mushroaming’ travels. Daniel is the author of field guides to edible mushrooms. His presentations combine stunning photography with an often funny blend of entertaining stories and scientific information. www.mushroaming.com. This talk is free and sponsored by The Clinton Library. 6:30 – 9:30 pm at the Clinton Community...
Saturday Sept 21

Saturday Sept 21

Drop by the Clinton Community Hall from 10 – 3 pm and discover a great literary find…or maybe stock up on kids books to encourage your young person’s reading this fall. Sponsored by the Friends of the Clinton Library and proceeds benefit the free public events of our own Clinton...
Learn to Use Facebook – Sept 12th

Learn to Use Facebook – Sept 12th

Presented by Matt Cail from Super Charged Marketing Facebook is the largest and most important social media platform for business.  Learn how to post great content, leverage advertising, and call features, develop schedules and routines, and more. Attendees will learn: How people see content on Facebook. How to use Facebook advertising The connection between Facebook pages and profiles. Facebook content strategies and other best practices. Thursday, September 12, 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm  at the Clinton Community Hall Sponsored by the Clinton...