Doris Day — America’s Sweetheart

The Great Lady of American Entertainment! at West Side Brewery!

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Thanks to Bill Roll for Sponsoring This Class!

Take a sentimental journey through the life of Doris Day.  This great lady of American entertainment was born in Cincinnati and began her spectacular singing career with the Barney Rapp Orchestra. 

Upon arriving in Hollywood, she began a film career, starring in 39 movies.  With pictures, stories and the vocal stylings of a local professional singer, ten songs made famous by Doris will be performed live during the presentation.

Enjoy the great Beers on tap at Westside Brewery as part of this EmpowerU event on the West Side!

“Dolores Raye” (Dee Mason) – Before relocating back home to downtown Cincinnati in December, 2011, with her and sound/music engineer Michael Schultz, Dolores lived in Estero, Florida, maintaining two homes in both locations.  While living in Estero she was in management at Page Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center in Fort Myers, Florida. She is a local graduate of Princeton High School, class of 1964. She joined TWA as an overseas flight attendant in 1968 retiring in 2001.

During her years of working, and living in Europe while with the airline, she sang in several different hotels and clubs throughout Europe, the British Isles, and later while living in Florida.  She continues to perform her own shows locally. She enjoys her work with Cincinnati Heritage Programs at the Cincinnati Museum Center, where she performs the music in our shows and is involved in other volunteer work with Heritage Programs.

Important:   Parking.  There is s small lot behind the brewery.   You can park in the parking lot behind the funeral home (enter off Ruehlman), or you can park on the streets(s) or in the public lot next door to Henke Winery.

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