(CNN) - In 2011, Bill and Hillary Clinton are both busy professionals - he developing plans to reduce America's unemployment rate at the Clinton Global Initiative, and she leading American diplomacy as secretary of state.
This weekend, the Clintons will look back two decades to a day when they first came to the attention of most Americans.
The couple is celebrating the 20th anniversary of Bill Clinton's presidential bid this weekend in Little Rock, Arkansas, alongside more than a thousand members of Clinton's presidential and gubernatorial administrations. Clinton announced he was running for the 1992 Democratic presidential nomination on October 3, 1991 at the Old State House in Little Rock.
Among the notables at the event are Clinton's former chief of staff John Podesta, senior adviser Bill Galston, communications director Don Baer and Clinton adviser and CNN contributor James Carville.
The events, organized by the Clinton Presidential Center, began Friday with a bridge dedication and a film screening. On Saturday, Bill and Hillary Clinton will host an outdoor celebration at the Old State House in Little Rock.
On Monday, the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service will host a panel revealing some "behind-the-scenes" details of the announcement. Panelists include former chief of staff Mack McLarty, consultant Bev Lindsey and former Arkansas state treasurer Jimmie Lou Fisher.
Clinton's campaign in 1992 featured some memorable moments, including the time the future president played "Heartbreak Hotel" on the saxophone in an appearance on "The Arsenio Hall Show," and the time he told voters at a candidate forum that he had tried smoking marijuana, but "didn't inhale it."