Throughout the year, the Clinton House Museum hosts events of interest to the community and related to our mission. We have an annual garden party, 1970s-themed party, and an annual Clinton anniversary celebration in October. We also host tailgate parties, private events, weddings, and meetings.
Watch our event calendar and social media for invitations to our events. You can text CLINTON to 51555 to receive occasional text message updates.
Go to our Photo Galleries to find images of past events!
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The Clinton House Museum and Fayetteville Ale Trail are hosting the fourth History Happy Hour of the year! Celebrating Dickson Street is Tuesday, July 9th from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. For decades, Dickson Street has been the iconic center of the Fayetteville entertainment scene, but many things about that neighborhood have changed over the years. Through photos, trivia, and live music, and an exhibit YOU create, we'll take a trip down old Dickson Street.Find out more »
Clinton House Museum is hosting the exhibit 1968: A Folsom Redemption from September 1 to October 20, 2019. Celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of a landmark event, this candid and personal photography exhibition covers a critical juncture in the career of Johnny Cash, one of the twentieth century’s most beloved performers.Find out more »
Richard Atkinson Speaker Series
The Richard Atkinson Speaker Series at the Clinton House Museum gives area residents the opportunity to learn about Arkansas culture, history, and politics from noted leaders in their fields.
Dick, as his friends called him, was known for his warmth, passion, and sense of humor. He was a beloved member of the University of Arkansas School of Law faculty and mentor to hundreds of students over his 30 years on the faculty. Dick originally came to Fayetteville in 1975 at the urging of his Yale University law school friends, Bill Clinton and Hillary Rodham, who were both on the law school faculty at that time.
Once in Arkansas, Dick fell in love with the region and its people. The series is named after him to honor his long-time friendship with the Clintons, his commitment to the community, and his love of art, culture, and politics.