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02/20/2017

It's the second-to-last round of the 2016-17 Clayton Sculpture Trail People's Choice Award! Who will go on to compete for $1,000 in the finals? The choice is YOURS!

This week's match up pits the literal versus the abstract, as two nature-inspired metal sculptures go head to head.&nbs... Read More


02/02/2017

In their latest push to spread the joy of rugby in our area, several Clayton Rugby Football Club players dropped by Hocutt-Ellington Memorial Library last week to donate a selection of books about the sport to our collection.

The books range from “R is for Rugby” – which t... Read More


02/01/2017

Bring the magic of books alive with a new digital resource available from Hocutt-Ellington Memorial Library, the Town of Clayton’s municipal library. 

Starting today, you’ll be able to access more than 3,000 eBooks, 689 audiobooks and 37 streaming videos and Read-Along’s&hellip... Read More


01/11/2017

Here's what went down at the Jan. 3 Clayton Town Council meeting:

Council Postpones Warrick Tract Vote to Feb. 6

After more than an hour of discussion among Town staff, developers and the Council, the Town Council voted to delay its vote to approve or deny plans for a 26-lot neighborhood ... Read More


09/27/2016

We're extending our programing at Hocutt-Ellington Memorial Library into the evening this fall with our new Cultural Arts After-Hours Speaker Series.

Set for Thursday, Nov. 10 from 7 to 9 p.m., our first event will cover the art of Raks Araby, more commonly known as belly dancing, presented and p... Read More


09/08/2016

Don't miss the biggest event in the Town of Clayton! 

The Clayton Chamber of Commerce promises 5 days of fun September 14-18 at the 2016 Harvest & Music Festival. Nearly 20,000 people fill Downtown Clayton for this annual weekend of music, vendors, food, rides, performances and so m... Read More


08/10/2016

Recognize our furry Harry Potter?  Dress up your pup like your favorite book character THIS Saturday for our free DOG DAZE OF SUMMER event - SATURDAY 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.!

We'll have a short pet parade, special treats, and prizes (free grooming gift certificates, shampoo, toys) from&n... Read More


07/27/2016

Susan Schild's back with "Sweet Carolina Morning," the second installment in the Clayton author's Willow Hill series of Southern fiction.

To celebrate the new release, Schild will hold a reception 5:30 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 9 at Hocutt-Ellington Memorial Library in Downtown Clayto... Read More


07/06/2016

Ever wonder how designers make some of the hottest video games?

Come see Brian Traugott, a senior level designer at Red Storm Entertainment, who will share the tricks of his techie trade at 4:30 p.m. Thursday at Hocutt-Ellington Memorial Library.

Traugott joined Red Storm last year, and has previously... Read More


05/26/2016

Clayton Library Gets in “Kahoots” with Community Partners

New Collaborations & Outreach 

“Coming together is a beginning, staying together is progress, and working together is success.” (Henry Ford)

A loud gong sound echoes through the Sybil Champion Meeting room at Hoc... Read More


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