Book Talk with Susan Jensen

Book Talk with Susan Jensen

Sunday, April 22nd from 2 – 4 pm. Susan Jensen is the author of three books: “Island Solstice”, “My Dad Smells Funny”, and “Cold Snap: A Love Story that Spans a Half Century”.  Susan will talk about each of the books and will be available to sell and sign books.  Sponsored by the Clinton...
Woo Hoo! Book Sale is next Saturday.

Woo Hoo! Book Sale is next Saturday.

Saturday, April 21st 10 – 3 pm at the Clinton Community Hall.  Plenty of great books across a wide variety of genres. Don’t miss it! Hosted by Friends of the Clinton Library. A monthly fundraising event to support programs of the Clinton...
National Geographic documentary.

National Geographic documentary.

On April 14, the Citizens Climate Lobby will be presenting the film, “Before The Flood”, a National Geographic documentary that explores the planet’s changing climate, featuring Leonardo DiCaprio. The film journeys to Miami, Beijing, Indonesia, and Canada, among other locales. Film at 7 pm, followed by discussion and Q&A. Light refreshments. $1 suggested donation to support the Clinton Community Hall. Learn more about the film at www.beforetheflood.com  Co-hosted by the Clinton Community Hall. Link to other activities for Whidbey Earth and Ocean...
Saturday, March 31 – Dan Porter Park

Saturday, March 31 – Dan Porter Park

Hundreds of easter eggs, stuffed with treats and prizes, are hidden around the park. It’s a great family friendly Clinton tradition. Meet the Easter Bunny and have fun with your neighbors. The Clinton Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Dan Porter Park. Kids 0 – 12 yrs old may participate. 11 am – 1 pm  Saturday March 31st...
Contra Dancing April 7

Contra Dancing April 7

Contra dancing at the Community Hall is bringing so many new people together to enjoy lively music and stress-free dancing. It’s inter-generational, you’ll find dancers of all ages and experience mixing together and switching partners throughout the evening. Let go of the cares of the world for a few hours and get swept away with the music and joy of dancing with the group. In case you’re hesitant about trying it out here’s a brief description: Contra dancing is a form of American folk dance in which the dancers form a set of two parallel lines that run the length of the hall. Each dance consists of a sequence of moves that ends with couples having progressed one position up or down the set. As the sequence is repeated, a couple will eventually dance with every other couple in the set. The sequence of dance moves are taught during the first hour and if you forget a step in the sequence, there’s another dancer nearby to gently point you in the right direction. Join us April 7 and you won’t be sorry.  $10 donation is suggested and bring a snack to share if you...