The Fayetteville Ale Trail and the Clinton House Museum are partnering to launch History Happy Hour. Six different events will take place at the Clinton House Museum throughout 2019. Each event will feature a theme and highlight a brewery on the Fayetteville Ale Trail
Tickets can be purchased for $5 at the door (no advance ticket sales) and will get you a pint glass, two pours, music, snacks and non-alcoholic beverages. Details about each event can be found on this website, the Clinton House Museum website and on Facebook.
Each event is from 6 to 8 p.m. and parking is available in the museum driveway and across the street from the museum.
Mark Your Calendars for the Following Dates:
April 9: Joke’s on you, Mr. President
In honor of April Fool’s Day, we’ll be highlighting the lighter side of the American presidency with Saturday Night Live clips, presidential impersonations, political cartoons and other funny moments old and new from our presidents.
May 14: First Ladies Night
Weather permitting, we’ll make history in the First Ladies Garden and feature a First Ladies trivia contest.
July 9: In Celebration of Dickson Street
Do you know where Chester’s was? Have you heard of Windy Austin and the Hot House Tomato Boys? Join us as we celebrate the Dickson Street entertainment district and some of the history made right here in Fayetteville!
September 17: Man in Black
Arkansas native Johnny Cash was IN Fayetteville with Governor Winthrop Rockefeller on September 17, 1968, so we’ll have lots to toast on this special anniversary. The Clinton House Museum will also be celebrating the traveling exhibition entitled 1968: A Folsom Redemption. The exhibit goes from September 1 to October 20. The exhibit is a collection of photographs and ephemera from two journalists who witnessed the landmark Cash concert at Folsom Prison.
November 12: Election Night Watch Party
There isn’t an election on November 12 but that won’t keep us from holding a watch party! Guests will vote on plenty of fun things, register to vote (in case you haven’t already!), speculate on the 2020 elections and relive fun moments from election nights past.