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Clinton Library opens Chihuly show; book signing today

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DALE CHIHULY: With his work at Clinton Library. - BRIAN CNILSON
  • Brian Cnilson
  • DALE CHIHULY: With his work at Clinton Library.

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Hillary Clinton was on hand at the Clinton Presidential Center last night for a party to open the new exhibition of blown glass sculptures by Dale Chihuly, who was also on hand.

Brian Chilson's photo coverage ought to encourage you to visit. It's a good way to brighten a rainy day, from the red "reeds" at the entrance to many abulous pieces inside.

More here about the current exhibit.

The Clinton Center opens at 9 a.m. Chihuly will lecture at 11 a.m. today in the Great Hall. He will sign books at noon. There's a pop-up store in the lobby with Chihuly items. Adult admission is $7, less for students, seniors, retired military and youth. Free for kids 6 and younger.

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