Will Arvin and business partner Wes Murry are currently investing their time and effort into the gorgeous Old Taylor Distillery in order to bring it back to life so they can open it’s doors to visitors once again.
On Saturday, September 12, my dear friend and expert on preservation in Kentucky, Sally Van Winkle Campbell, will be on hand at the Old Taylor LIFE+STYLE event to give you first hand insight into helping secure Kentucky’s heritage.
“During the ten years that it took to produce SAVING KENTUCKY – my friend and reknowned photographer – Thomas Hart Shelby and I traveled Kentucky – driving up and down two-lane roads where sagging tobacco barns bore witness to an industry once so important but now all but gone from the landscape. We traveled the roads of the Bluegrass – and saw first-hand the majesty and the heartbreak of the eastern Appalachian Mountains and the people who live in them.
“SAVING KENTUCKY tells the stories of an amazing group of Kentuckians who are going to extraordinary lengths to save the things that are so important to our heritage: the land – the mountains – the small towns and historic buildings – a way of life. And they are doing it not just for themselves – but for all of us – and for our children and grandchildren.” — Sally Van Winkle Campbell
Once again, at this LIFE+STYLE event, ALL PROCEEDS made from the ticket sales will go back into to reviving this Kentucky treasure back to it former glory.
Sally Van Winkle Campbell is a native Kentuckian and author of two award-winning books; BUT ALWAYS FINE BOURBON, and SAVING KENTUCKY.