Why Frank Sinatra Loved Palm Springs

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Find out why Palm Springs was Frank Sinatra's kind of town at the Palm Springs Historical Society lecture on Feb. 4.
Photo courtesy of The Palm Springs Historical Society

 

Frank Sinatra’s life and loves in Palm Springs will be the focus of The Palm Springs Historical Society's “Palm Springs – Sinatra’s Town” on Feb.4 at the Los Compadres clubhouse, 1849 El Cielo Road, in Palm Springs.

Historical Society volunteer Roger Freemen has written a meticulously researched presentation, which will be accompanied by an entertaining slideshow from the Historical Society’s digitized archives.

This event, the second in the historical society's 2016, “Let’s Talk” lecture series, will include pictures from the Desert Circus, various golf tournaments, the Valentine’s Day Love-In benefit, and many other recognizable Palm Springs’ celebrities and sites.

Tickets are $25 per person for non-members and $20 per person for members.

“Palm Springs – Sinatra’s Town”, 6 p.m. Feb. 4, Los Compadres clubhouse, 1849 El Cielo Road. For tickts, visit www.pshistoricalsociety.org or call 760-323-8279.

 

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