Going on Faith

OCT-NOV 2016

The Magazine for faith-based travel planners.

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going on faith [ october | november 2016 ] 6 NEWS W O R T H Y Heart in San Francisco." Bay Area sculptor Bruce Wolfe created the statue of Bennett using "old-fashion" wet gray/brown clay process. Wolfe has also created stat- ues of George P. Shultz, Steve Silver, Harvey Milk and Margaret Thatcher. TONY BENNETT HONORED WITH SAN FRANCISCO STATUE SAN FRANCISCO — The city of San Francisco recognized singer Tony Bennett's 90th birthday in August by dedicating an eight-foot- tall bronze statue of him atop Nob Hill on the lawn of the Fairmont San Francisco hotel, where he first publi- cally performed his iconic "I Left My INDIANAPOLIS MOTOR SPEEDWAY TO LIGHT UP FOR THE HOLIDAYS INDIANAPOLIS — Beginning this November, more than 2 million holiday lights will light up the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Tour buses and families alike can drive around the iconic century-old track through the display and cross the famous Yard of Bricks. Lights at the Brickyard also will feature 400 displays in 40 scenes over 1.7 miles. The seasonal event will run Nov. 18-20, Nov. 23-27 and Dec. 1-31. Speedway Speedy Pass tickets are available now at IMS.com. This ticket allows guests to skip the main line into the facility and gain faster access. The Speedway Speedy Pass entrance is via Gate 12 adjacent to the Brickyard Crossing Golf Course. www.indianapolismotorspeedway.com/events/ lights Courtesy IMS A new statue in San Francisco honors music star Tony Bennett. We're not just any small town. We're the most beautiful small town in America, according to Rand McNally and USA Today. Since 1770, spiritual seekers have journeyed to Kentucky's Holy Land. Whether you visit the home of Trappist Monks or the oldest Catholic cathedral west of the Allegheny Mountains, you're sure to stand amazed in the presence of Bardstown's centuries-old religious heritage. www.visitbardstown.com 800.638.4877 A new Christmas event will bring 400 light displays to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

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