Why Celebrate July 11

Btms ^ for Sunday July 11th.
Liquor Barns are open till 9 pm on Sunday!
See our full page ads in Today’s Sunday, July 11th Lexington Herald-Leader and Louisville Courier-Journal.
Drink 4Cast 4 2Day: Three Floyd’s Robert the Bruce Beer, 2 toast 2 Robert, the King of Scotland’s b-day 2day in 1274 & enjoy @ LEX SummerFest 2nite @ The Arboretum!
Y Celebrate 2Day? On this date in…
1969 – The Rolling Stones released “Honky Tonk Woman”…to give me the honky tonk blues?
1962 – Brothers and MLB stars Hank and Tommie Aaron homered in the same inning!
1960 – Harper Lee’s masterpiece “To Kill a Mockingbird” was published.
1959 – Musician Richie Sambora was born…to “Have a Nice Day” and “I’ll Be There for You” for Bon Jovi?
1956 – Actress Sela Ward born…”Once and Again” with “Sisters” in a “House”?
1936 – NYC’s Triborough Bridge opened to traffic…linking the NYC boroughs of Queens, Manhattan and da’ Bronx!
1934 – Giorgio Armani born…in Italy to be a great designing man!
1922 – The Hollywood Bowl opened….to applause?
1921 – Former U.S. President William Howard Taft was sworn in as the 10th Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court…the only person to be both President and Chief Justice of the US!
1920 – Actor Yul Brynner born…in Russia to “The King and I” and “The Magnificent Seven”?
1914 – Babe Ruth made his Major League debut!
1899 – Writer E.B. White born…to “Stuart Little” near “Charlotte’s Web” with “The Elements of Style”?
1889 – Tijuana, Mexico was founded…hola, amigos!
1859 – “The Tale of Two Cities” by Charles Dickens was published…”it was the best of times” or “it was the worst of times”?
1767 – John Quincy Adams was born to parents John and Abigail Adams…to be the 6th US President. His pa was the 2nd!
1274 – Robert the Bruce was born…to the King of Scotland!

Liquor Barn is a proud Founding Sponsor of KCTC’s SummerFest at the Arboretum in Lexington, Now through July 25th!
Stop by Liquor Barn in Lexington and load up your picnic basket and cooler for SummerFest’s 2010 Season at the Arboretum,  tonight @ 8:45 pm with William Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice (Merchant’s final performance is tonight, July 11). 
SummerFest continues with Pride and Prejudice (adaptation by Jon Jory, based on Jane Austen’s novel) next week, July 14 -18; and RENT, Jonathan Larson’s musical on July 21 through the 25. General admission tickets: $10 per show, See 3 Season Tix just $25. Gates open @ 7 pm, shows begin at 8:45 pm. Tickets are available at the gate nightly and on-line at www.kctcsummerfest.com


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