Sat06Jul2019Sun28Jul20191-4pmCreek Meeting House
On display will be 1,500 original postcard images c1910 of buildings and sites in the towns and villages of Dutchess County c1910. This collection highlights the “Golden Age of Postcards” (1907-1915) when seven 1-cent postcards were mailed for every person in the U.S. The exhibit also includes over 80 original photographs of the landmark buildings, streets, and sites of “Olde Poughkeepsie” c1910, with a special feature of the seven fire companies of that era. Smith Brothers Cough Drops, DeLaval Separator Co., and Adriance Platt Mowers are included in the display. This free exhibit will be open weekends from July 6 through July 28 from 1-4pm.
Sat14Sep2019Sun15Sep20199:00am - 4:00pmCreek Meeting House
Please donate your unwanted household items of value for our fall tag sale. You may leave donations on the porch of the Creek Meeting House beginning September 6 - but please no electronics, clothing, or upholstered furniture. We will also be renting space on the lawn for private sales. For more information contact Glenda at 266-5203.
This year Winnakee and the Clinton Historical Society are co-sponsoring the event and all the barns on the tour are located in Clinton!
We'll have more information as the event date gets closer so please check back for updates.
Sat28Sep20197:00 pmClinton Town Hall, 1215 Centre Road
Clinton Community Library and the Clinton Historical Society present the 1927 silent comedy, College starring Buster Keaton, accompanied by a full score played by John Baratta live on the organ.
In one of his best and most hilarious performances, Buster Keaton plays the ambitious "bookworm" suitor trying to win the heart of Mary who has eyes only for her athletic boyfriend, Jeff. Mishaps abound in his athletic endeavors, including a raucous rowing competition! Alas, Mary is kidnapped by a harrowed Jeff...can Buster save the day and "win the girl"?
Join us as we re-create the days when theaters featured silent movies with organists who matched the action on the screen with their creative playing.
Plans are underway for our annual Progressive Dinner, an enjoyable evening filled with good friends and great food.
We are in need of hosts so if you would like to open your home for dinner please call Glenda at 266-5203.