Marshall is available for both public appearances as well as private(corporate) appearances and events. A performance by Marshall will have your audience or group thoroughly entertained and they'll even learn more about this great State of Arizona! Click on 'Booking Info' below to learn more. Be sure and check out Marshall's Facebook page too.
Saturday, March 21st - Glendale Folk Festival @ Saguaro Ranch.
Monday, March 23rd - Apache Junction Community Center - "Arizona Songs & Stories" - 7:00pm
Monday, August 10th - Palace Restaurant - Prescott - 7:00pm. Call for reservations.
Saturday, April 11th - "History of the Frontier Army: Forty Miles on Beans and Hay." - 1:30pm.
Saturday, May 2nd - Payson Library - "Trimble's Tales" - 2:00-4:00pm.
Wednesday, May 13th - Cartwright's Restaurant - "The Butterfield Overland Mail - Road to Destiny" - 7:00pm
Wednesday, July 8th - Cartwright's Restaurant - "Coronado's Children: Arizona's Lost Mines" - 7:00pm.
Wednesday, Sept 2nd - Cartwright's Restaurant - "Practicing Law in the Town Too Tough to Die" - 7:00pm
Wednesday, Sept 30th - Cartwright's Restaurant - "The Train Robbers: A Tough Way to Make a Living" - 7:00pm.
Monday, Nov 2nd - Palace Restaurant - Prescott - 7:00pm. Call for reservations.
11/1/14 - A note about retirement - "The newspapers and social media have written and said a lot about my retirement. It's true, I did retire but I haven't missed a day of work since. I'm still in my old office at Scottsdale Community College; still state historian; still speaking at conventions, museums, schools, churches; still writing; still performing; and still trying to be a goodwill ambassador for the State of Arizona."
7/7/14 - “On behalf of all
Arizonans, I want to thank our state’s official historian, Marshall Trimble,
for his years of dedicated teaching service at Scottsdale Community College,
from which he is retiring this year. Marshall Trimble is a true Arizona
original. Born in Mesa and raised along historic Route 66 in Ash Fork,
Marshall’s infectious enthusiasm for Arizona’s history and culture led him
to begin teaching classes on the history of the southwest at Scottsdale’s
Coronado High School in 1969. For the next five decades, Marshall taught, sang
and wrote about our state and its colorful historical characters, keeping alive
our pioneering Old West spirit for generations of Arizonans. In 1997, Governor
Fife Symington bestowed Marshall with the title Official State Historian, an
honor continued by each successive governor. Arizona owes Marshall a deep debt
of gratitude for his many contributions to our state, and we look forward to his
continuing to entertain and educate us for many years to come.” - Senator
6/26/14 - Listen to Marshall sing "I Love You Arizona" on YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9JQeCh-7qEM
5/10/14 - Marshall receives the Semper Fi Award from the Marine Corps. Scholarship Foundation.
4/1/14 - Marshall on Youtube. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbZzqMDb7lw
2/12/14 - Marshall was inducted as a 2014 Historymaker for the Historical League of the Arizona Historical Society.
6/14/13 - The Historical League has announced that state historian Marshall Trimble is being honored as one of ten Arizona Historymakers for 2014.
2/1/13 - Marshall is now the spokesman and heard around the state on radio for Harmon Solar.
9/29/12 - Marshall was awarded the Anam Cara "Soul Friend" award at the Irish Cultural Center.
8/4/12 - Marshall was awarded the "President's Silver Star Award" from the Wild West History Association for his "Distinguished and unselfish service on behalf of the advancement of WWHA and the documentation of western history." Pictures on photo album page.
Trimble's Wisdom: "Don't worry about old age - it doesn't last that long."
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