The Clinton House Museum is launching a new program called Engaging Locally. Supporting Community. This program is designed specifically to connect museum visitors with products and services at local businesses.
Karolyn Farrell, a Fayetteville artist originally from Missouri, is a force of talent. She and Laverne Nelson painted the mural in the Clinton House Museum’s former screened-in porch. The mural depicts the rolling Ozark Mountains, trees and flowers, and a young girl swinging on a tree swing.
Museum Director Angie Albright said, “We want to preserve the beautiful craftsmanship of the 1930s and be good stewards of this significant historical home.”
On Thursday, June 28th the Clinton House Museum is hosting Bloom, a garden party to support the First Ladies Garden. The garden gate opens at 5:30. Visitors come from all over the world to visit the first home and wedding site of President Bill Clinton and Secretary...