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Saturday, November 15, 2008

To-do Saturday

Posted By on Sat, Nov 15, 2008 at 6:07 AM

Several things to consider:

1) Free admission all day at the Clinton Library. It's the fourth anniversary of the library's opening. (Boy, that was a cold and rainy day.) This is your only chance for a free look at "Art of the Chopper," a collection of high-art motorcycles.

2) A national meeting of trail users opens today at the Statehouse Convention Center. Put in a few miles of invigorating walking on the riverfront trails in LR and NLR and then drop by. There's a free exhibit from 2-6 p.m. inside the convention center and also in Riverfront Park. There will be info booths, workshops on trails and "a trail labyrinth, an innovative and transformative trail form becoming increasingly popular across the country."

3) Believe in human rights? Join a group at the Capitol at 12:30 p.m. to signify opposition to California's Prop. 8, Arkansas's anti-gay adoption initiative and other affronts to human dignity. It's part of a national effort.

4) Princeton-Yale is on TV. I'll be cheering the Bulldogs.



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