The Clintons, along with other New Yorkers, were treated to a weekend of food and drinks at Brooklyn Botanical Garden, where they dined on organic produce and cocktails, watched the Super Bowl and celebrated with their friends and family.
Here are some of the highlights of the weekend.
First, Clinton held a fundraiser for the Brooklyn Democratic Party on Friday evening at a former home of New York governor Mario Cuomo.
The former governor was a frequent visitor to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, which he built in the 1960s.
His home, which still stands today, is home to a large collection of plants, including a cherry tree.
The Clintons are also part of a local group called the Brooklyn Flower and Garden Society.
Clinton, who was a longtime Clinton donor, is one of a number of prominent New Yorkers to have contributed to the garden, which is one the Clintons have visited more than once.
In addition to her own collection of flowers and herbs, Clinton has donated to the Botanical Gardens Foundation.
This year, the garden was named the recipient of the Garden of Hope, a $10,000 award by the nonprofit organization.
In the past, Clinton and her husband, former president Bill Clinton, have donated to other garden organizations and foundations.
In fact, Bill Clinton has given more than $1.2 million to the Garden in the past five years.
Hillary Clinton and former President Bill Clinton are joined by their daughter, Chelsea, and former president Barack Obama at a birthday party at the Brooklyn Garden.
(Alex Brandon/AP) The Clintons have been at the Garden since 2012, when they first came to New York City and stayed for two nights.
The Clinton family has attended at least seven fundraising dinners at the garden in the last four years.
In 2016, the Clintons took part in a special event at the Botanic Gardens that brought in celebrities, including Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt.
The garden is also home to the Clintons’ former daughter Chelsea, who played the lead in the 2017 film “Fences.”