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Listen to lilD weekdays at 8:05 am for all things free, fun, and family in Columbus! Here’s what’s happening:
1. Since it’s election day, stop by the King Arts Complex to see the exhibit “50 Years Later…The Voting Rights Act.” The Voting Rights Act of 1965 is considered to be one of the most significant civil rights legislation in the US. It prohibits racial discrimination in voting. So now 50 years has passed and the question is…Is it still relevant in our world? The imagine displayed will speak about the significance of the legislation and how it impacts us…TODAY. It’s located at 867 Mt Vernon Ave in Columbus.

2. Next Wednesday there is a “Child Check.” These screenings, for children ages one month through 5 years, are in the areas of motor skills, speech and language skills, and personal and social skills. It will be at the Church of the Redeemer United Methodist Preschool from 9:30am – 1:30pm. For details, call (614) 543-9000.

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