WORKINGMAN'S JAM Friday, Sept 4 at 8 PM
Friday Night Live @the Club Bar
WEEK # FORTY-SIX
LET'S SEND SUMMER 2015 OUT WITH A BANG TOGETHER!
FIRST ANNUAL WORKINGMAN'S JAM!
ENTERTAINMENT - 8 PM
HELP US CELEBRATE LABOR DAY!
RECOGNIZE THE LEGACY OF ORGANIZED LABOR AS AN HUGE BENEFIT TO AMERICAN WORKING MEN & WOMEN
Another Star-Studded Array of Member Musicians!
Bill Donnelly, Billy BoneZ, Joe Tapp, Jack Tracy, Joel Cunningham, and the KYC Gospel Choir!
All Night Specials! (while supplies last)
· Malibu Bay Breeze! ----- $ 2.50
· Special half-price Dark & Stormy! ----- $ 2.50
· One Dollar Off Sam Adams Pints! ----- $ 2
· All Presents Wines! ----- $ 3
EXPANDED $1 MENU NIGHT !!!
· Tater n Cheese Jalapeno Puffs!
· BBQ Chicken Wings
· Fried Pierogi w/Onions
· Easy Ray's Castle-style Burger Sliders
"Oh, do you hate your job? Why didn't you say so?
There's support group for that...
It's called EVERYBODY! ...and they meet at the bar every night."
Labor Day, celebrated on the first Monday in September, honors the American labor movement and the contributions that workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our country.
Two long-defunct labor unions, the Central Labor Union and the Noble and Holy Order of the Knights of Labor, originally proposed and promoted the Labor Day holiday.They didn't allow bankers, doctors, lawyers, gamblers, stockholders, and liquor manufacturers because they considered them "unproductive members of society." They organized the first Labor Day parade in New York City. After the Haymarket Massacre in Chicago on May 4, 1886, U.S. President Grover Cleveland feared that commemorating Labor Day on May 1 could become an opportunity to commemorate the affair. In 1887, the United States holiday was established in September to support the Labor Day that the CLU and the Knights favored.