You are invited to the Free Press Second Saturday Salon
40th Anniversary “Halloween” Salon
Saturday, October 9, 2010
Celebrate 40 years of struggle, solidarity, social justice, and successes. The Free Press first hit the streets in October 1970 as a reaction from the OSU activist community to the Kent State killings. Ever since then it has been at the forefront of the great moral issues of our day.
This salon will have the usual food, drink, music, and will feature the three-dimensional art of Jim Beoddy.
This is also a Halloween salon — costumes preferred, but not necessary.
Please join us to mark our 40th anniversary commemorative celebration!
1021 E. Broad St., side door, parking in rear.