Originally Published: October 22, 2016 6 a.m.
A dinner theater featuring Marshall Trimble, Arizona’s hysterical State Historian, will be presented by The Palace Restaurant and Saloon, 120 S. Montezuma St. in Prescott, Thursday, Nov. 3. Dinner is served from at 5 to 8:30 p.m., with the entertainment beginning at 7.
The fundraiser was created at the suggestion of Bud Bassett, who was a great animal lover, and made possible by his good friend Dave Michelson, owner of The Palace. “Paws in the Palace Bud Bassett Fundraiser” is held annually in Bud’s memory. This is a great opportunity to hear hysterical stories and songs about Prescott and Arizona, enjoy good food and support UAF’s community programs.
The cost of dinner and program is $40 plus tax and tip, with the Palace donating $20 of each ticket sale to United Animal Friends (UAF). Please call 928-541-1996 for details and reservations.
In addition, there will be a silent auction of high-end items that have been donated by local businesses and individuals. All proceeds from the auction will help animals in need.
Trimble, who is Arizona’s Official State Historian, will present a program of colorful stories, cowboy songs, and humorous tales of the West. Trimble’s biography proclaims him as “one of the state’s most popular speakers and performers.” He’s also an educator, lecturer, folk singer and stage performer.
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