First incorporated as Arizona City in 1871, Yuma was renamed in 1873 and is now the largest city in Arizona outside the metro areas of...
264 S. Main St. Yuma, Arizona 85364
Held at the beautiful and historic St. Paul's Cultural Center, City Historian Tina Clark and lifelong resident Cathy Reeves host the dinners which celebrate the best of local dishes and fresh farm produce, with Mexican flair. Tina and Cathy share stories, photos, music and more from Yuma’s yesteryear, covering a different aspect of Yuma’s past during each dinner.
Visit Yuma will be complying with CDC and Arizona Department of Health Service guidelines as it relates to social distancing and safety measures. Depending on the guidelines at the time of the event, you may be required to wear a mask for portions of the event.
In order for us to best seat you and your party together, you will be required, during the check-out process, to let us know how many individuals total will be seated with you and the last name of all the individuals in your party, even those with tickets purchased by someone else. Please have that information ready before proceeding to check-out.