“THE CLINTON HISTORY CLUB: WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT?” This recently-organized club is completing a successful year of providing informative tours and programs on the history of Clinton. Co-chairmen John Rowland and Gregg Obren have coordinated the activities. Onsite presentations are held at the Ericksen Center. The Fulton Historical Society is interested in teaming up the Clinton History Club and share in their activities and add some additional programing on the western side of the Mississippi River.
The Fulton (Martin House) Museum is located at 707 10th Avenue, a beautiful red brick house with a wrap-around front porch with pristine white railing. It sits high on the hill, nestled among mature trees. and has a stone retaining wall spanning the length of the frontage along 10th Avenue. Programs are presented at the Fulton (Martin House) Museum, which is located at 707 10th Avenue, on the third Sunday of each month, starting at 2:00 PM, and are free. Light refreshments are served. (Note: The north entrance of the museum is handicap accessible.)