September 6-10th are Heritage Days in Hickman County. The week following Labor Day Weekend will be full of singin', talkin', tradin' and sellin'. It's all about being old-timey!
Events around the county seat of Clinton will commemorate the history, culture and legacy of the oldest county in the Jackson Purchase. Last year, the high point of the week was the Old Hymn Sing on Friday evening. This year, the Farmer and Flea Market will be held on the grounds of the Hickman County Courthouse.
Arts Council Display of Remembrance Items- Hickman County Courthouse through month of September.
Sept 6 - 10 : Extended hours at Historical Society and Museum
Window Displays around Court Square
Tuesday 6th Afternoon Refreshments at City Hall
Historical Society open for students
Dedication of Waterfield Room at Historical Society Heroes of Hickman County Dinner 6 pm Extension Bldg honors Harry Lee Waterfield
Historical/Genealogical Soc and Arts Council
Wednesday 7th noon: Rotary to Historical Society for lunch, dessert, program by Tom Bugg
1-2 pm 8th Grade Art Students to Museum Quilt Cottage for a lesson on elements of art
Thursday 8th 12 noon Kentucky Burgoo at Sr Citizens
(Senior Citizens and HC Museum/ Gordon Samples cooks) Veterans will be special guests.
Traditional KY desserts after Burgoo at the Museum's new Quilt Cottage
(Hickman County Homemakers & Friends of the Hickman County Museum
Friday 9th Popcorn/ quilts all day at Community Bank
3-6 Old Car Show Clinton Bank
6:30 doors open Old Hymn Sing at the Historic First Christian Church (OHS Committee)
Music presented by local musicians and congregational singing of old hymns
Saturday 10th: Early AM opening Farm/Flea Market on Court Square
(City Government, HC Arts Council) Vendor set up free - contact Clinton City Hall for info on set up 270-653-6419