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Hug a Tree at the Arboretum 

When: Fri., April 29 2011

In honor of Arbor Day, tree huggers, nature lovers, and earth boosters of all breeds can visit the 3,600-acre Holden Arboretum for free today through Sunday. Today's activities include a ceremonial tree-planting and a giveaway of Eastern Witch Hazel saplings for planting in your own little backyard sanctuary. Or visit on Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and you'll find guided walks, kids' crafts, Native American flute music, food and beverage concessions, an exhibition and sale of reclaimed wood furniture, and plenty more. For a full rundown of the doings, go to holdenarb.org. The arboretum is at 9500 Sperry Rd. in Kirtland. Call 440-946-4400 for more information. — Cicora

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