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Sunday, October 26, 2014

The Clinton Library 10 years after

Posted By on Sun, Oct 26, 2014 at 8:03 AM

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Tickets are now for sale on-line for events Nov. 14-16 celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Clinton Presidential Center.

There's a symposium, a picnic, Sunday brunch, a work day and other events. Also, a concert at Verizon Arena to be attended by Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton and "special musical guests." Bono and The Edge? Fleetwood Mac? An Elvis impersonator?

$500 will buy tickets for two to everything, with $300 of that tax-deductible. There's a premium deal for some add-on considerations. Tickets are free for people under 18.

RAINY DAY PEOPLE: The Edge and Bono at 2004 Clinton library opening.
  • RAINY DAY PEOPLE: The Edge and Bono at 2004 Clinton library opening.

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