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June Programs at the Clinton Center发件人:Stephanie S. Streett, Clinton Presidential Center(克林頓總統中心)< enews@clintonpresidentialcenter.org >;(由 clintonfoundation_2c62fc25b011fb8d3c15f1ab843465892181a635d1147aec@response.whatcounts.com 代发)时 间:2011年5月31日 23:14 (星期二) 收件人:chensihong1961@126.com;
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Dear george,

The Clinton Center presents two amazing temporary exhibits in June, both about the life and legacy of Elvis Presley. On June 3, opening night, noted photographer Alfred Wertheimer will lead a discussion about “Elvis at 21.” Elvis is also the inspiration for the Center’s Rock ’n Roll summer camp for kids. Only a few spots left! Also this month, the Center — in partnership with Arkansas Baptist College — hosts Hoop Jams, a two-day, three-on-three basketball tournament. All this and more.

See a full listing of upcoming events on our website.

June 11 – 12 — Hoop Jams

June 16 — Around the World Thursday: Bangkok, Thailand

June 19 — Father’s Day Brunch

June 26 — NASA Driven to Explore

GRAND OPENING FOR SUMMER EXHIBITS
Friday, June 3, 2011
5:30 p.m.
Celebrated photographer Alfred Wertheimer will lead an exciting discussion detailing his first-person experiences following — and capturing on film — Elvis Presley on what was the threshold of his rise to superstardom for the opening of our two exhibits. Wertheimer will also be signing copies of his book, “Elvis 1956,” which are available for pre-purchase at the Clinton Museum Store or on-site the night of the event. Reservations required. Learn more.

ELVIS AT 21, PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALFRED WERTHEIMER
June 4 — August 21, 2011
See the King of Rock ’n; Roll before he was officially crowned. These compelling 56 black-and-white images tell the behind-the-scenes story of a rising star. “Elvis at 21, Photographs by Alfred Wertheimer,” an exhibition developed by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, Govinda Gallery, and the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, is sponsored nationally by HISTORY™. Learn more.

ELVIS
June 4 — September 11, 2011
Two Elvis exhibits for the price of one! In a separate exhibition, the Clinton Center and Graceland present “Elvis,” a collection of artwork, photographs and memorabilia. “Elvis” is a tribute to the man, his music and his movies. Learn more.

HOOP JAMS
June 11 — 12, 2011
Hoop Jams, a traditional three-on-three basketball tournament, makes its debut in June at the Clinton Center. Hosted by the Clinton Center and Arkansas Baptist College, Hoop Jams celebrates sports, education and the central Arkansas community. Atlanta Hawk Joe Johnson will serve as honorary chairman as athletes of all ages and ability play for the chance to become the first Hoop Jams champs. Hurry! Registration closes June 6! Learn more.

SUPER SUMMER SATURDAYS
Every Saturday in June
Bring your kids for FREE and fun activities celebrating the fun of Elvis Presley. From Elvis Dance Parties to Elvis Movie Matinees, the Clinton Center will be rockin’ every Saturday. Activities are FREE. However, regular admission fees apply to tour the Library and the exhibit. Learn more.

ROCK ‘N’ ROLL CAMP
June 20 — 24, 2011
Calling all future rock stars! The Clinton Center Rock ‘n’ Roll Camp will provide the stage and the sound, you provide the student. Led by Smokey Emerson, instructor of music at the University of Central Arkansas, children will also learn about the life and music of Elvis Presley. Camp wraps up with a live concert by the future rock stars as they perform in the Center’s Great Hall. June camp is for rising 4, 5, 6 grades. July 11 — 15, camp is open to rising 7 and 8 grades. Learn more.

NASA JOHNSON SPACE CENTER DRIVEN TO EXPLORE
June 26 — June 27, 2011
The NASA Johnson Space Center Driven to Explore exhibit is a mobile multimedia experience showcasing the Shuttle Program, the progress of the International Space Station and benefits of space exploration leading into NASA’s next major program, Constellation. The FREE outdoor walking tour includes breathtaking imagery and state-of-the-art models of the Constellation Program’s next-generation launch vehicles and human spacecraft destined for use to explore the moon and beyond. Learn more.

GIFT IDEA FOR DAD
Deadline: Friday, July 15 — Very Limited Names Available
Make your dad an inaugural bridge builder by setting his name in stone for the grand opening of the Clinton Presidential Park Bridge! For a contribution of $100 to the William J. Clinton Foundation, a name of your choosing will be permanently engraved on the Clinton Bridge’s concrete pathway spanning the Arkansas River opening in the fall of 2011. Moreover, your gift is 100 percent tax deductible. Learn more.

CULINARY EVENTS AT FORTY TWO

FATHER’S DAY BRUNCH AT FORTY TWO
Sunday, June, 19, 2011
Treat Dad to a special brunch in his honor. Selections will include carved-to-order rack-of-pork and prime rib; a seafood station; and a “build-your-own” actions stations: salad, pasta or omelets; and a pastry table. Space is limited. Reservations recommended: 501-537-0042. Learn more.

AROUND THE WORLD THURSDAY: BANGKOK, THAILAND
Thursday, June 16, 2011
Join Forty Two for one night in Bangkok as Executive Chef Jacob Peck takes travelers on a round-trip excursion to Southeast Asia. Experience the culture and cuisine of one of the world’s most exotic cities. Reservations required. Next month: Santa Fe, New Mexico. Learn more.

COOKING CLASS with EXECUTIVE CHEF JACOB PECK
Wednesday, June 22, 2011
Join Chef Peck as he leads a class on the art of the grill on the grounds of the Clinton Center Park. Under a spacious and shaded tent, the evening is a celebration of American wine, spirits and beer. Reservations are required and space is limited. Call 501-537-0042 to RSVP. Learn more.

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June Programs at the Clinton Center发件人:Stephanie S. Streett, Clinton Presidential Center(克林顿总统中心)< enews@clintonpresidentialcenter.org >;(由clintonfoundation_2c62fc25b011fb8d3c15f1ab843465892181a635d1147aec@response.whatcounts.com 代发)时间:2011年5月31日23:14 (星期二) 收件人:chensihong1961@126.com;
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Dear george,

The Clinton Center presents two amazing temporary exhibits in June, both about the life and legacy of Elvis Presley. On June 3, opening night, noted photographer Alfred Wertheimer will lead a discussion about “Elvis at 21.” Elvis is also the inspiration for the Center’s Rock ‘n Roll summer camp for kids. Only a few spots left! Also this month, the Center — in partnership with Arkansas Baptist College — hosts Hoop Jams, a two-day, three-on-three basketball tournament. All this and more.

See a full listing of upcoming events on our website.

June 11 – 12 — Hoop Jams

June 16 — Around the World Thursday: Bangkok, Thailand

June 19 — Father’s Day Brunch

June 26 — NASA Driven to Explore

GRAND OPENING FOR SUMMER EXHIBITS
Friday, June 3, 2011
5:30 p.m.
Celebrated photographer Alfred Wertheimer will lead an exciting discussion detailing his first-person experiences following — and capturing on film — Elvis Presley on what was the threshold of his rise to superstardom for the opening of our two exhibits. Wertheimer will also be signing copies of his book, “Elvis 1956,” which are available for pre-purchase at the Clinton Museum Store or on-site the night of the event. Reservations required. Learn more.

ELVIS AT 21, PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALFRED WERTHEIMER
June 4 — August 21, 2011
See the King of Rock ‘n; Roll before he was officially crowned. These compelling 56 black-and-white images tell the behind-the-scenes story of a rising star. “Elvis at 21, Photographs by Alfred Wertheimer,” an exhibition developed by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, Govi​​nda Gallery, and the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, is sponsored nationally by HISTORY™. Learn more.

ELVIS
June 4 — September 11, 2011
Two Elvis exhibits for the price of one! In a separate exhibition, the Clinton Center and Graceland present “Elvis,” a collection of artwork, photographs and memorabilia. “Elvis” is a tribute to the man, his music and his movies. Learn more.

HOOP JAMS
June 11 — 12, 2011
Hoop Jams, a traditional three-on-three basketball tournament, makes its debut in June at the Clinton Center. Hosted by the Clinton Center and Arkansas Baptist College, Hoop Jams celebrates sports, education and the central Arkansas community. Atlanta Hawk Joe Johnson will serve as honorary chairman as athletes of all ages and ability play for the chance to become the first Hoop Jams champs. Hurry! Registration closes June 6! Learn more.

SUPER SUMMER SATURDAYS
Every Saturday in June
Bring your kids for FREE and fun activities celebrating the fun of Elvis Presley. From Elvis Dance Parties to Elvis Movie Matinees, the Clinton Center will be rockin’ every Saturday. ​​Activities are FREE. However, regular admission fees apply to tour the Library and the exhibit. Learn more.

ROCK ‘N’ ROLL CAMP
June 20 — 24, 2011
Calling all future rock stars! The Clinton Center Rock ‘n’ Roll Camp will provide the stage and the sound, you provide the student. Led by Smokey Emerson, instructor of music at the University of Central Arkansas, children will also learn about the life and music of Elvis Presley. Camp wraps up with a live concert by the future rock stars as they perform in the Center’s Great Hall. June camp is for rising 4, 5, 6 grades. July 11 — 15, camp is open to rising 7 and 8 grades. Learn more.

NASA JOHNSON SPACE CENTER DRIVEN TO EXPLORE
June 26 — June 27, 2011
The NASA Johnson Space Center Driven to Explore exhibit is a mobile multimedia experience showcasing the Shuttle Program, the progress of the International Space Station and benefits of space exploration leading into NASA’s next major program, Constellation. The FREE outdoor walking tour includes breathtaking imagery and state -of-the-art models of the Constellation Program’s next-generation launch vehicles and human spacecraft destined for use to explore the moon and beyond. Learn more.

GIFT IDEA FOR DAD
Deadline: Friday, July 15 — Very Limited Names Available
Make your dad an inaugural bridge builder by setting his name in stone for the grand opening of the Clinton Presidential Park Bridge! For a contribution of $100 to the William J. Clinton Foundation, a name of your choosing will be permanently engraved on the Clinton Bridge’s concrete pathway spanning the Arkansas River opening in the fall of 2011. Moreover, your gift is 100 percent tax deductible. Learn more.

CULINARY EVENTS AT FORTY TWO

FATHER’S DAY BRUNCH AT FORTY TWO
Sunday, June, 19, 2011
Treat Dad to a special brunch in his honor. Selections will include carved-to-order rack-of-pork and prime rib; a seafood station; and a “build-your-own” actions stations: salad, pasta or omelets; and a pastry table. Space is limited. Reservations recommended: 501-537-0042. Learn more.

AROUND THE WORLD THURSDAY: BANGKOK, THAILAND
Thursday, June 16, 2011
Join Forty Two for one night in Bangkok as Executive Chef Jacob Peck takes travelers on a round-trip excursion to Southeast Asia. Experience the culture and cuisine of one of the world’s most exotic cities. Reservations required. Next month: Santa Fe, New Mexico . Learn more.

COOKING CLASS with EXECUTIVE CHEF JACOB PECK
Wednesday, June 22, 2011
Join Chef Peck as he leads a class on the art of the grill on the grounds of the Clinton Center Park. Under a spacious and shaded tent, the evening is a celebration of American wine, spirits and beer. Reservations are required and space is limited . Call 501-537-0042 to RSVP. Learn more.

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