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Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Free on the Fourth: MOD for soldiers, Clinton for all

Posted By on Tue, Jul 2, 2013 at 4:37 PM

Oscar de la Renta, at Clinton Presidential Center
  • Oscar de la Renta, at Clinton Presidential Center

The Museum of Discovery and the Clinton Center are celebrating Independence Day by letting folks come independent of their money.

Clinton Center hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and exhibits, besides the permanent one on the Clinton administration, include "A Tribute to George Washington," with a Gilbert Stuart portrait from Crystal Bridges Museum and various documents, which ends July 12; "Oscar de la Renta: American Icon," featuring designs worn by Hillary and Chelsea Clinton and numerous other famous women; and "Jazz: Through the eyes of Herman Leonard," photographs and memorabilia of jazz greats.

The Museum of Discovery will offer free admission to active or retired servicemen and servicewomen with military I.D. The featured exhibit is "How People Make Things," includes hands-on activities with factory tools and machines to mold, cut, form and assemble.

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