In addition to Cauley, there is planned an coustic version of Redding's last hit, "(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay," a memorabilia presentation to his widow, Zelma, speeches from the mayor and Governor, and an official declaration marking December 10th as "Otis Redding Day" in Wisconsin. A new documentary, Dreams to Remember: The Legacy of Otis Redding, will also be screened for the first time. "I knew one day I would back," Cauley told one reporter. "There were a number of times that I thought about it, but didn't have the strength. I'm coming this time." The early start is part of a movement among local Otis fans to make sure that the 40th anniversary of the tragedy is given proper tribute: in the past, city officials have kept the site of the crash closed to the public.