The Clinton Seedy Sunday was a fun, information-filled event. In addition to the plant and seed vendors, there were a number of information tables set up with info on invasive species, including invasive plants and how to deal with them.
There were knowledgeable gardeners on hand to answer gardening questions, as well as natural products, local honey, information on helping pollinators survive, and more.
A silent auction saw a number of interesting and useful items find new homes. There was a plant and seed swap and more.
The two children who attended the kids’ activity area had fun and the lunch of soup or chili was great.
Attendance was down some this year, but those who attended all said they found it worthwhile.
The Clinton Communities in Bloom Committee was happy to raise some funds for trees and shrubs for the dog park and entrance signs areas. Thank you to all who attended.
The Clinton Museum now has a new website.
In addition to a history of the museum, photos of some exhibits, events, projects, and archive pages, the site has a digital visitor centre. The website is fully mobile capable.
The Clinton and Area Visitor Centre page links to other local interest sites, including the Village of Clinton, Gold Country Communities Society, the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Tourism Association, and Historic Hat Creek.
The website can be accessed at www.clintonmuseumbc.org. Email can be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Take the time to check out this interesting site for a taste of what there is to see and do at the museum in Clinton.
Adult drawing classes
Any adults who would like to learn to draw are welcome to attend free drawing lessons at the Clinton Museum on Thursdays from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Health Care Auxiliary
The Clinton Health Care Auxiliary will meet at 10:30 a.m. (note new time) on Tuesday, May 9 at the Clinton Health Centre. New members are welcome.