Clinton Parks and Recreation is hosting HOWL-O-WEEN on Saturday October 31, at 10 am., an event specially created for pets at the Clinton Bark Park. All Humans and Leashed pets are welcomed!
Dog-loving Clintonians are invited to dress up their dogs and themselves in their best Halloween attire for costume contest, a pet parade, and doggie trick-or-treats. There will be a costume contest with prizes. The costume contest will have four categories for small, medium, large, and people/pet combo.
Judging will begin promptly at 10:15 a.m.
HOWL-O-WEEN is free to the public Social distancing will still be encouraged for humans, but dogs will be allowed to sniff around.
November 2 is Movie Day, held at 6 p.m., with a showing the remake of Disney’s Aladdin. Refreshments will be served. Social distancing rules will be followed, and temperatures will be taken upon entry of the building. To register for any of the programs, contact the office at 601-924-6387 or visit www. facebook.com/WoodActivityCenter.
On Sunday, November 8, from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m., you are invited to come to the Clinton Visitor Center and enjoy at your leisure flag displays, music, and other displays on the grounds, as we honor our military veterans. The Walter Leake Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution will have their ancestry tree on display.
The flags of the United States Armed Forces branches will be proudly displayed on the front lawn of the center. Take time to view the Fallen Comrade sculpture on the back lawn. The bronze sculpture was created by Dr. Samuel Marshall Gore as a tribute to all military veterans. Gore’s rendering depicts two longtime Clinton friends. Marine Joe Albritton is carrying the body of fellow Marine Homer Ainsworth from the battlefield during the Korean War. Also, in the Visitor Center gift shop, you will find the book For Those Who Served: Clintonians in the U. S. Military, which makes a wonderful gift.
In 2017, a Veteran Banner Program was created for the community to recognize and honor all Clinton Veterans who have served in the U. S. Armed Forces with courage and compassion. On this patriotic holiday, one hundred Clinton Veterans will be proudly displayed on banners intermixed with American flags. This display extends along the Clinton Parkway from Springridge Road to Northside Drive and from Highway 80 at Springridge Road to Clinton Raymond Road. For more information about the City of Clinton Veteran Banners Program, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Social distancing guidelines will be in place to make this outdoor event a safe environment for you and your family. Masks are encouraged at the outdoor event and inside the Visitor Center.
The Clinton Visitor Center is located at 1300 Pinehaven Road at Milepost 89 on the Natchez Trace Parkway. From I-20, take exit 36 and turn north on Springridge Road, which becomes Pinehaven Road. For more details, call 601-924- 2221.