DORIS DAY to be honoured by Cincinnati
Published: September 15, 2017

Doris Day’s birthplace of Cincinnati will honour the star later this month with several celebrations around the city, these include:

In a statement, Ms. Day said,

“I am honored and absolutely delighted that the City of Cincinnati has proclaimed a ‘Doris Day Day’ and named a street after me. My Cincinnati roots go very deep, and my childhood holds such fond memories. I’m also very grateful that, as part of the celebration, a portion of Esquire Theatre’s September 27th screening of ‘Pillow Talk’, as well as a percentage of the Video Archive’s September 28th movie marathon and ‘yappy hour’ will benefit the Doris Day Animal Foundation — especially at this time when the stranded, injured and displaced animals of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma need our help the most.”

DDAF director and Doris’ long-time friend, Lea Price, will represent Ms. Day with a very special message. All of the festivities are open to the public, so tell your friends, and join the celebration if you are in the area!