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  • Clinton Attaché Show Choir takes the stage for fall revue
    7:30 pm-9:00 pm
    Dec-06-2017

    Clinton High’s nationally recognized Attaché Show Choir takes the stage for its annual Fall Revue Dec. 6-9 at Clinton High School’s auditorium. Performances begin each evening at 7:30.

    The 38th Attaché Fall Revue will debut a preview of Attaché’s 2018 Competition Show – The Beatles. This will be a historic trip about the number one rock group of all time!

    Also featured will be songs from the popular broadway musicals “Rent,” “Jersey Boys,” and “Grease.”

    “We want the Fall Revue to honor the 19 years of Attaché summer musicals,” says Attaché Director David Fehr. “We have current Attaché alumni performing on Broadway, the Grand Ole Opry, Branson, Chicago, and choreographing and teaching all over the United States.”

    Over the course of the WednesdayThursdayFriday and Saturday evening performances, the Attache’ Fall Revue will provide an opportunity for the Clinton community and families in the Jackson area to catch the show choir before they begin competition season in early 2018.

    America’s premier show choir will compete at the South Central Classic in Homewood, Ala., the Petal Invitational in Petal, and Xtravaganza in Los Alamitos, California. Attaché will also once again serve as host of the Show Choir Nationals which is held annually at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee.

    Attaché has amassed one of the most impressive competition records of any other show choir in America. Since 1992, Attaché has won 74 Grand Champion titles and earned the number No. 1 spot in the 2017 and 2016 National Show Choir Rankings. During the Fehrs 25 years of leadership, the show choir has never lost a competition in Mississippi or the South.

    “One of the reasons our program is so successful is because of our community, school district, and parents,” Fehr said. “Without their support, our program would not exist.”

    Attaché is composed of 46 singer/dancers, 15 pit members, and 14 crew members. Attaché is led by directors David and Mary Fehr, pit director Robert Allen, and crew director Deborah Morgan. Choreographers include April James, Stephen Todd, Dexter Bishop, Kellis McSparrin Oldenburg, and Harley McAlexander. Allen ’98, James ’94, Bishop ’04, Oldenburg ’06, and McAlexander ’05 are Attaché alumni.

    Tickets are $9 to $10 and may be purchased at CHS from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Nov. 18 or 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 27-Dec. 1 and Dec. 4-8. For more information or to reserve tickets, call the Attaché office at 601-924-0707.

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  • Santa Claus Crawl
    All day
    Dec-07-2017

    AnnaBelle

     

    Join us on Thursday, December 7, for a scavenger hunt that takes guests throughout Olde Towne! Participants will be given a keepsake mug before the event for hot cider and lite refreshments that will be provided along the way. As you crawl, enjoy carriage rides through Olde Towne and take a picture with your friends in the photo booth. The night ends at 303 Jefferson where participants will be served heavy hors d’oeuvres. Santa Claus will make an appearance and assist the business owners in giving away door prizes. Call the Main Street office at 601.924.5472 or visit www.clintonms.org/SantaClausCrawl for more information.

  • Yoga at CCNC
    4:00 pm-7:00 pm
    Dec-07-2017

    Join at the Nature Center for YOGA every Thursday!

    1st, 3rd, & 4th Thursdays: Adult Yoga @ 6:30

    2nd Thursday: Family Yoga @ 4p

    FREE for CCNC members

    $5/person for non-members

  • Fourth Friday Family Yoga with Cassandra
    4:00 pm-4:45 pm
    Dec-07-2017

    April 28th – Fourth Friday Family Yoga with Cassandra! | 4:00 – 4:45pm • A fun, interactive yoga session designed for children and their parents • Free for CCNC members • $5 per person for non/members — at Clinton Community Nature Center.

  • Clinton Attaché Show Choir takes the stage for fall revue
    7:30 pm-9:00 pm
    Dec-07-2017

    Clinton High’s nationally recognized Attaché Show Choir takes the stage for its annual Fall Revue Dec. 6-9 at Clinton High School’s auditorium. Performances begin each evening at 7:30.

    The 38th Attaché Fall Revue will debut a preview of Attaché’s 2018 Competition Show – The Beatles. This will be a historic trip about the number one rock group of all time!

    Also featured will be songs from the popular broadway musicals “Rent,” “Jersey Boys,” and “Grease.”

    “We want the Fall Revue to honor the 19 years of Attaché summer musicals,” says Attaché Director David Fehr. “We have current Attaché alumni performing on Broadway, the Grand Ole Opry, Branson, Chicago, and choreographing and teaching all over the United States.”

    Over the course of the WednesdayThursdayFriday and Saturday evening performances, the Attache’ Fall Revue will provide an opportunity for the Clinton community and families in the Jackson area to catch the show choir before they begin competition season in early 2018.

    America’s premier show choir will compete at the South Central Classic in Homewood, Ala., the Petal Invitational in Petal, and Xtravaganza in Los Alamitos, California. Attaché will also once again serve as host of the Show Choir Nationals which is held annually at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee.

    Attaché has amassed one of the most impressive competition records of any other show choir in America. Since 1992, Attaché has won 74 Grand Champion titles and earned the number No. 1 spot in the 2017 and 2016 National Show Choir Rankings. During the Fehrs 25 years of leadership, the show choir has never lost a competition in Mississippi or the South.

    “One of the reasons our program is so successful is because of our community, school district, and parents,” Fehr said. “Without their support, our program would not exist.”

    Attaché is composed of 46 singer/dancers, 15 pit members, and 14 crew members. Attaché is led by directors David and Mary Fehr, pit director Robert Allen, and crew director Deborah Morgan. Choreographers include April James, Stephen Todd, Dexter Bishop, Kellis McSparrin Oldenburg, and Harley McAlexander. Allen ’98, James ’94, Bishop ’04, Oldenburg ’06, and McAlexander ’05 are Attaché alumni.

    Tickets are $9 to $10 and may be purchased at CHS from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Nov. 18 or 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 27-Dec. 1 and Dec. 4-8. For more information or to reserve tickets, call the Attaché office at 601-924-0707.

  • More events
    • Santa Claus Crawl
      All day
      Dec-07-2017

      AnnaBelle

       

      Join us on Thursday, December 7, for a scavenger hunt that takes guests throughout Olde Towne! Participants will be given a keepsake mug before the event for hot cider and lite refreshments that will be provided along the way. As you crawl, enjoy carriage rides through Olde Towne and take a picture with your friends in the photo booth. The night ends at 303 Jefferson where participants will be served heavy hors d’oeuvres. Santa Claus will make an appearance and assist the business owners in giving away door prizes. Call the Main Street office at 601.924.5472 or visit www.clintonms.org/SantaClausCrawl for more information.

    • Yoga at CCNC
      4:00 pm-7:00 pm
      Dec-07-2017

      Join at the Nature Center for YOGA every Thursday!

      1st, 3rd, & 4th Thursdays: Adult Yoga @ 6:30

      2nd Thursday: Family Yoga @ 4p

      FREE for CCNC members

      $5/person for non-members

    • Fourth Friday Family Yoga with Cassandra
      4:00 pm-4:45 pm
      Dec-07-2017

      April 28th – Fourth Friday Family Yoga with Cassandra! | 4:00 – 4:45pm • A fun, interactive yoga session designed for children and their parents • Free for CCNC members • $5 per person for non/members — at Clinton Community Nature Center.

    • Clinton Attaché Show Choir takes the stage for fall revue
      7:30 pm-9:00 pm
      Dec-07-2017

      Clinton High’s nationally recognized Attaché Show Choir takes the stage for its annual Fall Revue Dec. 6-9 at Clinton High School’s auditorium. Performances begin each evening at 7:30.

      The 38th Attaché Fall Revue will debut a preview of Attaché’s 2018 Competition Show – The Beatles. This will be a historic trip about the number one rock group of all time!

      Also featured will be songs from the popular broadway musicals “Rent,” “Jersey Boys,” and “Grease.”

      “We want the Fall Revue to honor the 19 years of Attaché summer musicals,” says Attaché Director David Fehr. “We have current Attaché alumni performing on Broadway, the Grand Ole Opry, Branson, Chicago, and choreographing and teaching all over the United States.”

      Over the course of the WednesdayThursdayFriday and Saturday evening performances, the Attache’ Fall Revue will provide an opportunity for the Clinton community and families in the Jackson area to catch the show choir before they begin competition season in early 2018.

      America’s premier show choir will compete at the South Central Classic in Homewood, Ala., the Petal Invitational in Petal, and Xtravaganza in Los Alamitos, California. Attaché will also once again serve as host of the Show Choir Nationals which is held annually at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee.

      Attaché has amassed one of the most impressive competition records of any other show choir in America. Since 1992, Attaché has won 74 Grand Champion titles and earned the number No. 1 spot in the 2017 and 2016 National Show Choir Rankings. During the Fehrs 25 years of leadership, the show choir has never lost a competition in Mississippi or the South.

      “One of the reasons our program is so successful is because of our community, school district, and parents,” Fehr said. “Without their support, our program would not exist.”

      Attaché is composed of 46 singer/dancers, 15 pit members, and 14 crew members. Attaché is led by directors David and Mary Fehr, pit director Robert Allen, and crew director Deborah Morgan. Choreographers include April James, Stephen Todd, Dexter Bishop, Kellis McSparrin Oldenburg, and Harley McAlexander. Allen ’98, James ’94, Bishop ’04, Oldenburg ’06, and McAlexander ’05 are Attaché alumni.

      Tickets are $9 to $10 and may be purchased at CHS from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Nov. 18 or 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 27-Dec. 1 and Dec. 4-8. For more information or to reserve tickets, call the Attaché office at 601-924-0707.

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  • Clinton Attaché Show Choir takes the stage for fall revue
    7:30 pm-9:00 pm
    Dec-08-2017

    Clinton High’s nationally recognized Attaché Show Choir takes the stage for its annual Fall Revue Dec. 6-9 at Clinton High School’s auditorium. Performances begin each evening at 7:30.

    The 38th Attaché Fall Revue will debut a preview of Attaché’s 2018 Competition Show – The Beatles. This will be a historic trip about the number one rock group of all time!

    Also featured will be songs from the popular broadway musicals “Rent,” “Jersey Boys,” and “Grease.”

    “We want the Fall Revue to honor the 19 years of Attaché summer musicals,” says Attaché Director David Fehr. “We have current Attaché alumni performing on Broadway, the Grand Ole Opry, Branson, Chicago, and choreographing and teaching all over the United States.”

    Over the course of the WednesdayThursdayFriday and Saturday evening performances, the Attache’ Fall Revue will provide an opportunity for the Clinton community and families in the Jackson area to catch the show choir before they begin competition season in early 2018.

    America’s premier show choir will compete at the South Central Classic in Homewood, Ala., the Petal Invitational in Petal, and Xtravaganza in Los Alamitos, California. Attaché will also once again serve as host of the Show Choir Nationals which is held annually at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee.

    Attaché has amassed one of the most impressive competition records of any other show choir in America. Since 1992, Attaché has won 74 Grand Champion titles and earned the number No. 1 spot in the 2017 and 2016 National Show Choir Rankings. During the Fehrs 25 years of leadership, the show choir has never lost a competition in Mississippi or the South.

    “One of the reasons our program is so successful is because of our community, school district, and parents,” Fehr said. “Without their support, our program would not exist.”

    Attaché is composed of 46 singer/dancers, 15 pit members, and 14 crew members. Attaché is led by directors David and Mary Fehr, pit director Robert Allen, and crew director Deborah Morgan. Choreographers include April James, Stephen Todd, Dexter Bishop, Kellis McSparrin Oldenburg, and Harley McAlexander. Allen ’98, James ’94, Bishop ’04, Oldenburg ’06, and McAlexander ’05 are Attaché alumni.

    Tickets are $9 to $10 and may be purchased at CHS from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Nov. 18 or 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 27-Dec. 1 and Dec. 4-8. For more information or to reserve tickets, call the Attaché office at 601-924-0707.

  • Kosmic Bowling at Indian Lanes Bowling Center
    9:00 pm-12:00 am
    Dec-08-2017-Dec-09-2017
    815 E Northside Drive, Clinton MS

    815 E Northside Drive, Clinton MS

    No additional details for this event.

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  • Jingle Jog 5K
    All day
    Dec-09-2017

  • Science with Santa
    9:00 am-12:00 pm
    Dec-09-2017

    Sumner Hill’s Science Olympiad team is hosting a fundraising event, Science with Santa, in SHJHS’s gym on Saturday, Dec. 9th from 9 a.m. to noon. Students in grades 3-6 are invited to participate in science activities and experiments lead by the Science Olympiad team. The Mississippi Museum of Natural Science will also be present and have animals for the students to interact with. Students will receive lots of science goodies to take home and enjoy, as well as have the opportunity to take photos with Science Santa! Science t-shirts will be available to order.

    Admission to the event is $5. The deadline to register is Friday Dec. 1. Unfortunately, we will not be able to accept payment or registration forms at the door. An event flyer and registration form will be handed out by the student’s science teacher.

  • A Holiday Celebration at Trade Days at Jones Center Fleamarket
    10:00 am-2:00 pm
    Dec-09-2017

  • Clinton Attaché Show Choir takes the stage for fall revue
    7:30 pm-9:00 pm
    Dec-09-2017

    Clinton High’s nationally recognized Attaché Show Choir takes the stage for its annual Fall Revue Dec. 6-9 at Clinton High School’s auditorium. Performances begin each evening at 7:30.

    The 38th Attaché Fall Revue will debut a preview of Attaché’s 2018 Competition Show – The Beatles. This will be a historic trip about the number one rock group of all time!

    Also featured will be songs from the popular broadway musicals “Rent,” “Jersey Boys,” and “Grease.”

    “We want the Fall Revue to honor the 19 years of Attaché summer musicals,” says Attaché Director David Fehr. “We have current Attaché alumni performing on Broadway, the Grand Ole Opry, Branson, Chicago, and choreographing and teaching all over the United States.”

    Over the course of the WednesdayThursdayFriday and Saturday evening performances, the Attache’ Fall Revue will provide an opportunity for the Clinton community and families in the Jackson area to catch the show choir before they begin competition season in early 2018.

    America’s premier show choir will compete at the South Central Classic in Homewood, Ala., the Petal Invitational in Petal, and Xtravaganza in Los Alamitos, California. Attaché will also once again serve as host of the Show Choir Nationals which is held annually at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee.

    Attaché has amassed one of the most impressive competition records of any other show choir in America. Since 1992, Attaché has won 74 Grand Champion titles and earned the number No. 1 spot in the 2017 and 2016 National Show Choir Rankings. During the Fehrs 25 years of leadership, the show choir has never lost a competition in Mississippi or the South.

    “One of the reasons our program is so successful is because of our community, school district, and parents,” Fehr said. “Without their support, our program would not exist.”

    Attaché is composed of 46 singer/dancers, 15 pit members, and 14 crew members. Attaché is led by directors David and Mary Fehr, pit director Robert Allen, and crew director Deborah Morgan. Choreographers include April James, Stephen Todd, Dexter Bishop, Kellis McSparrin Oldenburg, and Harley McAlexander. Allen ’98, James ’94, Bishop ’04, Oldenburg ’06, and McAlexander ’05 are Attaché alumni.

    Tickets are $9 to $10 and may be purchased at CHS from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Nov. 18 or 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 27-Dec. 1 and Dec. 4-8. For more information or to reserve tickets, call the Attaché office at 601-924-0707.

  • Kosmic Bowling at Indian Lanes Bowling Center
    9:00 pm-12:00 am
    Dec-09-2017-Dec-10-2017
    815 E Northside Drive, Clinton MS

    815 E Northside Drive, Clinton MS

    No additional details for this event.

  • More events
    • Jingle Jog 5K
      All day
      Dec-09-2017
    • Science with Santa
      9:00 am-12:00 pm
      Dec-09-2017

      Sumner Hill’s Science Olympiad team is hosting a fundraising event, Science with Santa, in SHJHS’s gym on Saturday, Dec. 9th from 9 a.m. to noon. Students in grades 3-6 are invited to participate in science activities and experiments lead by the Science Olympiad team. The Mississippi Museum of Natural Science will also be present and have animals for the students to interact with. Students will receive lots of science goodies to take home and enjoy, as well as have the opportunity to take photos with Science Santa! Science t-shirts will be available to order.

      Admission to the event is $5. The deadline to register is Friday Dec. 1. Unfortunately, we will not be able to accept payment or registration forms at the door. An event flyer and registration form will be handed out by the student’s science teacher.

    • A Holiday Celebration at Trade Days at Jones Center Fleamarket
      10:00 am-2:00 pm
      Dec-09-2017
    • Clinton Attaché Show Choir takes the stage for fall revue
      7:30 pm-9:00 pm
      Dec-09-2017

      Clinton High’s nationally recognized Attaché Show Choir takes the stage for its annual Fall Revue Dec. 6-9 at Clinton High School’s auditorium. Performances begin each evening at 7:30.

      The 38th Attaché Fall Revue will debut a preview of Attaché’s 2018 Competition Show – The Beatles. This will be a historic trip about the number one rock group of all time!

      Also featured will be songs from the popular broadway musicals “Rent,” “Jersey Boys,” and “Grease.”

      “We want the Fall Revue to honor the 19 years of Attaché summer musicals,” says Attaché Director David Fehr. “We have current Attaché alumni performing on Broadway, the Grand Ole Opry, Branson, Chicago, and choreographing and teaching all over the United States.”

      Over the course of the WednesdayThursdayFriday and Saturday evening performances, the Attache’ Fall Revue will provide an opportunity for the Clinton community and families in the Jackson area to catch the show choir before they begin competition season in early 2018.

      America’s premier show choir will compete at the South Central Classic in Homewood, Ala., the Petal Invitational in Petal, and Xtravaganza in Los Alamitos, California. Attaché will also once again serve as host of the Show Choir Nationals which is held annually at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee.

      Attaché has amassed one of the most impressive competition records of any other show choir in America. Since 1992, Attaché has won 74 Grand Champion titles and earned the number No. 1 spot in the 2017 and 2016 National Show Choir Rankings. During the Fehrs 25 years of leadership, the show choir has never lost a competition in Mississippi or the South.

      “One of the reasons our program is so successful is because of our community, school district, and parents,” Fehr said. “Without their support, our program would not exist.”

      Attaché is composed of 46 singer/dancers, 15 pit members, and 14 crew members. Attaché is led by directors David and Mary Fehr, pit director Robert Allen, and crew director Deborah Morgan. Choreographers include April James, Stephen Todd, Dexter Bishop, Kellis McSparrin Oldenburg, and Harley McAlexander. Allen ’98, James ’94, Bishop ’04, Oldenburg ’06, and McAlexander ’05 are Attaché alumni.

      Tickets are $9 to $10 and may be purchased at CHS from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Nov. 18 or 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 27-Dec. 1 and Dec. 4-8. For more information or to reserve tickets, call the Attaché office at 601-924-0707.

    • Kosmic Bowling at Indian Lanes Bowling Center
      9:00 pm-12:00 am
      Dec-09-2017-Dec-10-2017
      815 E Northside Drive, Clinton MS
      815 E Northside Drive, Clinton MS

      No additional details for this event.

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  • MOPS (Moms of Preschoolers)
    9:00 am-11:00 am
    Dec-12-2017

    Join Celebrate Church every 2nd & 4th Tuesdays from 9a-11a. (Moms of Children Birth – K)

    Enjoy new friends

    Brunch & Coffee

    Support & Community

    Childcare

    First meeting is FREE! Scholarships available.

    2001 Old Vicksburg Road, Clinton, MS 39056

    253-549-8629

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  • Court Services rescheduling December cases
    All day
    Dec-13-2017

    Due to upcoming renovations to the courtroom, Clinton Municipal Court will be resetting the dates of court cases currently set for December 13 and December 20.

    Those who have a schedule court date or who believe they have a court date for those days are asked to call the Clinton Municipal Court Services at 601-924-4411 to determine the status of their case.

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  • First-Ever History of Wine Tasting Event!
    All day
    Dec-14-2017

    First-Ever History of Wine Tasting Event!
     

     Tasting Europe with Deck the Trails

    We are excited to kick-off our Deck the Trails Celebration with our first Wine Tasting on Thursday, December 14, 2017! Registration for this event is now open.

    Tickets are $40 per person

    Title: The Abridged History of Wine! Based on ancestral tales and scientific evidence, approximately 10,000 years ago along the eastern shores of the Black Sea, man discovered an intoxicating liquid based on the fermented juice of grapes. Join geologist, certified sommelier, and wine instructor John Malanchak as we reflect on key religious and political events that impacted the migration of wine throughout the Old and New World. Finally, learn how climate change is impacting the wine industry.

    During our presentation, we will taste a select wine from the major wine producing countries of Germany, Italy, France, and Spain. Hors d’oeuvres will be served.

    Business casual attire is encouraged. Bring your walking shoes and enjoy the beautifully lit trails and other attractions of Deck the Trails!

    Thank you to our Business Sponsors, The Wine Cellar, Get Out The Map Travel Company, and The Froghead Grill! 

     
  • Yoga at CCNC
    4:00 pm-7:00 pm
    Dec-14-2017

    Join at the Nature Center for YOGA every Thursday!

    1st, 3rd, & 4th Thursdays: Adult Yoga @ 6:30

    2nd Thursday: Family Yoga @ 4p

    FREE for CCNC members

    $5/person for non-members

  • Wyatt Waters & Robert St. John present A Mississippi Palate
    6:00 pm
    Dec-14-2017

  • Brick Street Jingle offers Specialty Shopping, family fun
    6:00 pm-9:00 pm
    Dec-14-2017

    After-hours holiday shopping in Olde Towne now has a name as well as a date. The newly-christened Brick Street Jingle – just in time for Christmas, of course – will coax shoppers to the quaint heart of Clinton to take care of business.

    Brick Street Jingle is 6-9 p.m. on Thursday, December 14, with more than a dozen Olde Towne businesses extending hours for the convenience of Christmas shoppers. Some have activities planned, too, for an additional enticement, such as letter-writing to Santa at Posh and ornament-making at Good Citizen.

    “We want people to come and shop, but we are hoping to engage families by having these extra events going on inside each business,” said Anna Boyd Hawks, assistant director of Main Street Clinton and Good Citizen owner.

    Brick Street Jingle gives a little leeway to customers who might not otherwise find the time to fit in Olde Towne shopping in Clinton, perhaps because they work out of town.

    “It’s just giving them an opportunity to invest and shop local,” Main Street Clinton executive director Tara Lytal said.

    Organizers are excited that the concentration of shops in Olde Towne is now sufficient to warrant such an event.

    “When there were just a couple of them down here, it was tough. But now that there’s a cluster of them, it’s enough for people to view it as a destination, and we’re getting the traffic needed,” Lytal said.

    “Retail events like this work when they have that ‘mall without wall’s feeling.” Multiple businesses with later hours for the Jingle will justify the draw downtown, and it’s one more way to maximize that Olde Towne pull as Christmas decorations and music add another layer of charm.

    “Hopefully, people will take an opportunity to come and maybe even dine local and then stroll and spend a little time, weather permitting,” Lytal said. “You can certainly walk from business to business, and just soak it all in and get that small town feel…You’re benefiting from having that extra time to shop, but you’re also benefiting our local retailers, too, by keeping money in our community.” Several will have special promotions in place during the event.

    It’s a chance to check out new retailers who’ve joined Olde Towne in the past year, too. Good Citizen carries handcrafted goods, local art and fair trade items. Winstead’s focuses on men’s clothing and accessories.

    “It’ll give people an opportunity to just see what’s down here,” Lytal said, and make a whole evening out of it, dining local included.

    “So often, shopping is not enjoyable, especially during the holidays, because it’s crowded” and stressful, said Jonathan Nutt, who with his wife, Anna, owns James & Leigh and Ellie’s of Olde Towne. “But it should be enjoyable, and fun for people, and doing it in Olde Towne is a great way to find things you won’t find at the mall, and also get that personal touch. Someone says ‘Merry Christmas; as you walk out the door.”

    Meme’s Brick Street Bakery owner Theresa Smith is still mulling what activity she’ll offer for family fun during the Brick Street Jingle.

    “People think, oh, what can I get from a bakery? But we have a lot of little happies that are cute for children and for teachers and co-workers.”

    She’ll also have hot chocolate for the crowd, and an activity that all can be involved in.

    “We’re all about families, and try to keep it where everybody can participate.”
    Paxton Peak Outfitters’ Beth Shores will wrap in her store’s outdoors focus, and she hopes shoppers will camp out there for a while at the Brick Street Jingle.

    “We’re going to cook some marshmallows that night, so everyone can experience a good winter event. Also, it’s totally a camping thing.”

  • “A Clinton Christmas Carol” featuring choirs from Clinton Junior High, Sumner Hill and CHS
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    Dec-14-2017

  • More events
    • First-Ever History of Wine Tasting Event!
      All day
      Dec-14-2017
      First-Ever History of Wine Tasting Event!
       

       Tasting Europe with Deck the Trails

      We are excited to kick-off our Deck the Trails Celebration with our first Wine Tasting on Thursday, December 14, 2017! Registration for this event is now open.

      Tickets are $40 per person

      Title: The Abridged History of Wine! Based on ancestral tales and scientific evidence, approximately 10,000 years ago along the eastern shores of the Black Sea, man discovered an intoxicating liquid based on the fermented juice of grapes. Join geologist, certified sommelier, and wine instructor John Malanchak as we reflect on key religious and political events that impacted the migration of wine throughout the Old and New World. Finally, learn how climate change is impacting the wine industry.

      During our presentation, we will taste a select wine from the major wine producing countries of Germany, Italy, France, and Spain. Hors d’oeuvres will be served.

      Business casual attire is encouraged. Bring your walking shoes and enjoy the beautifully lit trails and other attractions of Deck the Trails!

      Thank you to our Business Sponsors, The Wine Cellar, Get Out The Map Travel Company, and The Froghead Grill! 

       
    • Yoga at CCNC
      4:00 pm-7:00 pm
      Dec-14-2017

      Join at the Nature Center for YOGA every Thursday!

      1st, 3rd, & 4th Thursdays: Adult Yoga @ 6:30

      2nd Thursday: Family Yoga @ 4p

      FREE for CCNC members

      $5/person for non-members

    • Wyatt Waters & Robert St. John present A Mississippi Palate
      6:00 pm
      Dec-14-2017
    • Brick Street Jingle offers Specialty Shopping, family fun
      6:00 pm-9:00 pm
      Dec-14-2017

      After-hours holiday shopping in Olde Towne now has a name as well as a date. The newly-christened Brick Street Jingle – just in time for Christmas, of course – will coax shoppers to the quaint heart of Clinton to take care of business.

      Brick Street Jingle is 6-9 p.m. on Thursday, December 14, with more than a dozen Olde Towne businesses extending hours for the convenience of Christmas shoppers. Some have activities planned, too, for an additional enticement, such as letter-writing to Santa at Posh and ornament-making at Good Citizen.

      “We want people to come and shop, but we are hoping to engage families by having these extra events going on inside each business,” said Anna Boyd Hawks, assistant director of Main Street Clinton and Good Citizen owner.

      Brick Street Jingle gives a little leeway to customers who might not otherwise find the time to fit in Olde Towne shopping in Clinton, perhaps because they work out of town.

      “It’s just giving them an opportunity to invest and shop local,” Main Street Clinton executive director Tara Lytal said.

      Organizers are excited that the concentration of shops in Olde Towne is now sufficient to warrant such an event.

      “When there were just a couple of them down here, it was tough. But now that there’s a cluster of them, it’s enough for people to view it as a destination, and we’re getting the traffic needed,” Lytal said.

      “Retail events like this work when they have that ‘mall without wall’s feeling.” Multiple businesses with later hours for the Jingle will justify the draw downtown, and it’s one more way to maximize that Olde Towne pull as Christmas decorations and music add another layer of charm.

      “Hopefully, people will take an opportunity to come and maybe even dine local and then stroll and spend a little time, weather permitting,” Lytal said. “You can certainly walk from business to business, and just soak it all in and get that small town feel…You’re benefiting from having that extra time to shop, but you’re also benefiting our local retailers, too, by keeping money in our community.” Several will have special promotions in place during the event.

      It’s a chance to check out new retailers who’ve joined Olde Towne in the past year, too. Good Citizen carries handcrafted goods, local art and fair trade items. Winstead’s focuses on men’s clothing and accessories.

      “It’ll give people an opportunity to just see what’s down here,” Lytal said, and make a whole evening out of it, dining local included.

      “So often, shopping is not enjoyable, especially during the holidays, because it’s crowded” and stressful, said Jonathan Nutt, who with his wife, Anna, owns James & Leigh and Ellie’s of Olde Towne. “But it should be enjoyable, and fun for people, and doing it in Olde Towne is a great way to find things you won’t find at the mall, and also get that personal touch. Someone says ‘Merry Christmas; as you walk out the door.”

      Meme’s Brick Street Bakery owner Theresa Smith is still mulling what activity she’ll offer for family fun during the Brick Street Jingle.

      “People think, oh, what can I get from a bakery? But we have a lot of little happies that are cute for children and for teachers and co-workers.”

      She’ll also have hot chocolate for the crowd, and an activity that all can be involved in.

      “We’re all about families, and try to keep it where everybody can participate.”
      Paxton Peak Outfitters’ Beth Shores will wrap in her store’s outdoors focus, and she hopes shoppers will camp out there for a while at the Brick Street Jingle.

      “We’re going to cook some marshmallows that night, so everyone can experience a good winter event. Also, it’s totally a camping thing.”

    • "A Clinton Christmas Carol" featuring choirs from Clinton Junior High, Sumner Hill and CHS
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      Dec-14-2017
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  • 5th Annual Deck The Trails at CCNC
    6:00 pm-9:00 pm
    Dec-16-2017

  • Kosmic Bowling at Indian Lanes Bowling Center
    9:00 pm-12:00 am
    Dec-16-2017-Dec-17-2017
    815 E Northside Drive, Clinton MS

    815 E Northside Drive, Clinton MS

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    10:00 am-12:00 pm
    Dec-17-2017

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  • 5th Annual Deck The Trails at CCNC
    6:00 pm-9:00 pm
    Dec-17-2017

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  • Yoga at CCNC
    4:00 pm-7:00 pm
    Dec-21-2017

    Join at the Nature Center for YOGA every Thursday!

    1st, 3rd, & 4th Thursdays: Adult Yoga @ 6:30

    2nd Thursday: Family Yoga @ 4p

    FREE for CCNC members

    $5/person for non-members

  • 5th Annual Deck The Trails at CCNC
    6:00 pm-9:00 pm
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  • MOPS (Moms of Preschoolers)
    9:00 am-11:00 am
    Dec-26-2017

    Join Celebrate Church every 2nd & 4th Tuesdays from 9a-11a. (Moms of Children Birth – K)

    Enjoy new friends

    Brunch & Coffee

    Support & Community

    Childcare

    First meeting is FREE! Scholarships available.

    2001 Old Vicksburg Road, Clinton, MS 39056

    253-549-8629

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  • Yoga at CCNC
    4:00 pm-7:00 pm
    Dec-28-2017

    Join at the Nature Center for YOGA every Thursday!

    1st, 3rd, & 4th Thursdays: Adult Yoga @ 6:30

    2nd Thursday: Family Yoga @ 4p

    FREE for CCNC members

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