Here's to 51!!

Hello Readers!

Can you believe that we are about to start another season? We can't either. Things are ticking right along here at MBT. Tickets go on sale for our 2016-2017 season on Monday at 10am. Don't forget to call and book your seats!

Did you know on this day in history...

  • In 1765 In protest over the stamp tax, American colonist sack and burn the home of Massachusetts Governor Thomas Hutchinson
  • In 1875 "Captain" Matthew Webb becomes the first man to swim across the English Channel.
  • In 1916 The National Park Service is established as part of the Department of the Interior.
  • In 1950 President Harry Truman orders the U.S. Army to seize control of the nation's railroads to avert a strike.
  • In 1981 Voyage 2 spacecraft makes its closest approach to Saturn.
  • In 1989 NASA scientists receive stunning photographs of Neptune and its moons from Voyager 2.
  • In 1918 Leonard Bernstein, conductor, composer, and pianist, was born.

Just a few fun facts for your day! Please check back to our website, Facebook, and Twitter for updates during the season.

Casey S. Hibbert©