First Friday Jazz is back at the Olde Towne Depot with a twist – a drive-in performance!
Musicians will play outside the Depot while listeners enjoy the music from the comfort of their cars. Come and enjoy live music by the Hinds Faculty Jazz Quartet on Friday, September 4.
The performance will include Andrew Lewis on keys, Fritz Martin on bass, John Jackson on guitar, and Paul Heindl on drums. Music will begin at 7:00 p.m. at the Olde Towne Depot, located at 281 East Leake street. This event is free and the public welcomed.
For more information please contact the Olde Towne Depot at email@example.com or 601.924.0113.
Main Street Clinton’s “Cruzin’ Clinton”Car Show is scheduled for Saturday, September 19, and is open to all years, makes and models, including classics, street rods, muscle cars, trucks and rat rods.
Onsite registration and check-in begin at 8 a.m. at the Clinton Plaza parking lot at 200 Clinton Boulevard. The show will begin at 9 a.m. with the popular car parade from the Clinton Plaza Shopping Center through town, followed by the show in Olde Towne on Jefferson Street from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Pre-registration is required this year, and no on-site registration will be offered. Pre-registration Is $20 per car.
There will be no admission fee for the public to view the cars, and there will be music and food trucks for attendees to enjoy, as well. More than thirty awards will be given in numerous categories.
For more information, follow Cruzin’ Clinton on Facebook, visit the Main Street Clinton website at www.MainStreetClintonMS.com, or call 601-924-5472.
On September 20, Lynch Chapel United Methodist Church located at 230 Dawson Street, Pastored by Reverend Dr. Marilyn M. Watkins, will celebrate 151 years of religious service in the Clinton community. Due to COVID-19 pandemic and the need for social distancing, worship service will be conducted at 11:45a.m via conference call. Dial 1 516-387-8895 to hear worship service.
A journalist, J.G.H.Bowman, once said that “only when we glance back on the past by which we have ascended…do we see the present in the light of the past. So it is that the members of Lynch Chapel U.M.Church celebrate 151 years of their existence at its presence site.
This Church dating back to the Pre-Civil War period was founded and organized by Rev. George Washington; a slave who had a dream to one day become a minister. His family obtained their freedom and finally made their way to a small rural town called Clinton, Mississippi. Heeding the call to minister he held worship services in a building located on Raymond Road near the old the truck stop location. There were no Methodist Churches for Blacks in Clinton so, Rev. Washington organized and built one. He secured a loan, purchased land and in 1869, built a small frame building on the present church site which is now Dawson Street, and it was given the name Lynch Chapel Methodist Episcopal Church. Lynch Chapel underwent a name change as a result of the merger in 1968 with the Evangelical United Brethren Church. Thus, Lynch Chapel United Methodist Church emerged.
Through time the church has experienced many changes, but by God’s grace, the Church mission is to be intentional to Preach, Teach, Serve and Love Gods people.