Arizona History Dinner Series

MarshallThe Arizona History Dinners series continues this month at Cartwright’s Sonoran Ranch House in Cave Creek. On July 17, guest speaker Marshall Trimble will give a history lesson on the topic:  Boom Towns and Mineral Mania: From The Town Too Tough to Die to the Ghosts of Cleopatra Hill.  Live music provided by Skip Reichert. On July 31, the history dinner series continues with speaker Ken Duncan (full blood San Carlos Apache) as storyteller, lecturer and flute player. Duncan is fluent in the Apache language. Live music by Gary Dirodis.
Both events will kick off with a friendly, no-host cocktail hour at 5pm, followed by dinner served promptly at 6pm and the presentation at 7pm. Cost is $55 per person plus sales tax and 18 percent gratuity for a three-course meal with an appetizer, entrée and dessert. Beverages are extra. Cartwright’s is located at 6710 East Cave Creek Road. No online reservations available for these special events. For more information and reservations call 480.488.8031.


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