Officials with the Clinton House Museum will host a birthday party in honor of former President Bill Clinton on his 66th birthday this Saturday, Aug. 18.
Bill probably won’t be there, just so we’re clear. Anything’s possible, though.
Refreshments will include a barbeque lunch from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. including President Clinton’s favorite snacks: Moon Pies, peanuts, RC Cola, and birthday cake. The public is encouraged to stop by and sign Bill’s birthday card and share their favorite President Clinton stories.
The museum will offer free admission all day in honor of the celebration.
Officially added to the National Register on Jan. 22, 2010, the Clinton House Museum was the home of many people and families that were influential in local, state, and national events. The property is the one-time home of both former President Clinton and current Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. The Clintons were married in the living room of the house in October 1975.
They lived in the home while Clinton reorganized from a failed political campaign for the U. S. House of Representatives and while he operated a successful campaign for Arkansas Attorney General.
The Clinton House Museum is located at 930 W. Clinton Dr. (formerly California Blvd.) in Fayetteville.