Find out information on Spring Chicken Fest on the Chamber of Commerce website!


Joyce Marshall, 87

Jack Byassee, 93

Virgnia Ryan, 100

James Everett, 77


• March 26- Chicken and Dressing fundraiser at Hickman County Senior Citizens Center 12-2 p.m.

• April 1 & 2. Spring Bulk Trash Pick-up - dumpsters on North Street across from AT&T building. See article in this edition.

• April 7 6:30 p.m. at The Belmont. “Kentucky Election Integrity” catered meal with speaker Dr. Doug Frank, election data analyst. See advertisement in this edition for ticket information.

• Rotary Scholarship Night at the Beehive will be April 14 from 5-9 p.m. Rotarians wlll be servers. Donations and a small percentage of receipts all go to Hickman County Rotary Scholarships this year. Clinton Rotary Club does this event every spring and fall.

• April 21-22- Spring Chicken Fest. 


• Sunday, March 19, 2:00 Conference Center—Lecture by Dr. Douglas D. Scott (Archaeologist) on Debunking Iconic Myths: Using Archaeology to Reinterpret Civil War Stories. 

• Saturday, April 15 - Park Clean Up Day. Park Day is the American Battlefield Trust’s annual day of volunteerism dedicated to helping battlefields and historic sites shine.

• Saturday, April 29 - Opening Day for all facilities, Camper Appreciation Weekend, & at 11:00 there will be a live animal program presented by the LBL Woodlands Nature Station Outreach.

• Saturday, May 20 - National Kids to Park Day. This is a fun day for kids to enjoy the outdoors. Hike the trails, play mini golf and visit the Civil War Museum. The Hickman Co. Extension office and 4-H will have fun things for kids to do. Reenactors will host a “Living History” event.

• Wednesday, June 21 11:00 Conference Center — The Woodlands Nature Station of LBL will present a “pollinator” program titled “Butterfly Host Plants.

• Saturday, Aug 19 10:30 - The Jackson Purchase Historical Society will present a program on “The Battle of Belmont” by Shawn Williams from the U. S. Grant National Site in St. Louis.

• Friday - Sunday Oct 13,14,15 — CIVIL WAR DAYS A fun and educational weekend for all ages. There will be reenactments, encampments, living history, speakers, battles, period dance, memorial, & period worship with great food at every turn.

  Please call Park Office for more details 270-677-2327

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