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Wind Symphony celebrates fall Flutes, bassoons, piccolos, trumpets, French horns and tubas are represented in the all-volunteer, nonprofit musical group the Little Rock Wind Symphony, which will present its Fall Concert at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 21, at the Second Presbyterian Church. As always, the Wind Symphony performance is free and a ticket is not required. The group is under the direction of Wendell Evanson. Second Presbyterian Church is at Pleasant Valley Drive and Cantrell Road. For a complete instrument, member and appearance listing, visit the group’s website at www.lrwindsymphony.org or call 666-0777. Tapping the art The Arkansas Arts Center, at 9th and Commerce streets, will have plenty of hops on hand for the hipsters starting 7 p.m. with its second installment of "Art on Tap." Music will be provided by Afrodesia, and imported brews — from Spaten to Bitburger to Weihenstephaner to Newcastle — will flow. Admission is $20, $10 for AAC members, and free for members of the AAC’s auxiliary group, the Young Professionals, who also are sponsoring the event. The turnout at last year’s debut was estimated at 1,000, according to a AAC spokesperson. Call 372-4000. BOO! A spooky zoo BOO at the Zoo, the event that makes kids scream with delight each year, starts Friday, Oct. 22, and runs from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. through Sunday, Oct. 24, and picks up against Thursday, Oct. 28, through Sunday, Oct. 31. Thursday, Oct. 21, will be a special members-only/VIP member night with the same hours. Children can trick-or-treat on the zoo grounds in a safe, adult-supervised environment. Admission is $5, $4 for pre-sale admission. Armbands for unlimited amusement rides can be purchased for $10 on Thursday, Oct. 28. The comedy behind Clinton There was a person behind those seemingly impromptu comic one-liners from President Bill Clinton when he responded to often intense situations. The man behind the Man is former presidential humor speechwriter Mark Katz, who will speak starting at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 21, in the Darragh Center at the Main Library. Katz will stick around afterward for a catered reception and signing of his new book, "Clinton and Me: A Real Life Political Comedy." For more information on the free event, call 918-3032. Levy’s political rally Sometimes overshadowed by the Capital City, the small neighboring city of Levy gets its day for the 47th annual Levy Day Old Time Political Rally on Saturday, Oct. 23. At 5 p.m., a parade led by the North Little Rock West Campus Marching Band will line up at the Levy Baptist Church, 3501 Pike Ave., and end at the Kroger parking lot, 4300 Camp Robinson, with live entertainment and guest speakers including state Sen. Mary Ann Salmon and Patrick H. Hays, mayor of North Little Rock. In case of rain, events will take place at the North Heights Community Center, 4801 Allen St. Racing can be an adventure Central Arkansas will be the site of an 8-to-14-hour wilderness/urban race on Saturday, Oct. 23. That’s when participants will take on the challenging "Raid the Rock" adventure race, which requires a three-person coed team to trek, run, mountain bike and canoe through a 50-mile mystery course the participants have mapped out. Late registration is still available for teams of three (must include one female), in two divisions — premier (ages 18-39) and masters (ages 40 and up). Entry fee is $450 per team plus an $8 one-event USARA license. Operated in conjunction with the "Raid the Rock" race will be the "Down and Dirty" 5K fun run/walk on a course stopped with a 300-foot mud pit. That run begins at 8 a.m. at Two Rivers Park. Costumes are encouraged, with prizes given to the best. Registration is $20 and will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 21-22 at Little Rock City Hall. On race day, participants can register from 6:30 a.m. to 7:45 a.m. in the registration tent at the park. Register or get more information on both events by logging onto www.raidtherock.com or calling 529-3052.
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