Dia De Lagro featuring Michael Palascak
October 3 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm$62.50
Lagro Canal Foundation Presents Dia De Lagro featuring comedian Michael Palascak
LCF Fundraiser at Eads Barn
4725 E 200 N Urbana IN
Kimberly Rutledge Acoustic Guitar
Reed Christiansen Comedic Emcee
5:30 PM: Hors d’oeuvres Opening of silent auction
6:00 PM: Mexican Buffet Presented by Gallery 64
7:00 PM Headliner – Michael Palascak at 7:00 pm
Silent Auction closes
$75 Single Ticket
$125 per couple
$500 for table of 8
Sponsorship and Support Opportunities
$4,000 Emperor Sponsor
$2,500 Cacti Sponsor
$1,000 Agave Sponsor
$500 Sombrero Sponsor please join with McKillip Machinery
$200 Pinata Sponsor
Lagro Canal Foundation 828 Washington St.
Our mission is to provide an enriching environment for area residents. We started with a concern for failing building structures and what that would mean for the future of Lagro. We have progressed into a dedicated group that is passionate about providing a better quality of life. Our main goal is to renovate these three buildings and help business flourish. From there we will move on to more buildings in Lagro with a continued value impact on the local economy. Amenities bring positive economic impact and we can’t think of a better place to start. Thank you all for your words of encouragement, help and fundraising efforts. You can make a difference. Yesterday. Today. Tomorrow.
A Wabash Native. Most recently, Michael Palascak was named the 2018 Stand-up of the Year by the Late Nite Last Week podcast for his performance on The Late Late Show with James Corden. He’s also done stand-up on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, CONAN, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Letterman, Comedy Central’s HALF HOUR, was a top 5 Finalist on LAST COMIC STANDING, and this past summer he performed at Montreal’s Just For Laughs Comedy Festival where he taped a set for Kevin Hart’s LOL network. Norm Macdonald said Michael reminds him, “…of a guy that’s just as funny offstage as on, which is like magic.” Michael’s short film You’re Alive was accepted into numerous festivals including the Hollywood Comedy Shorts Festival and was the winner of the Audience Award at the Chicago Comedy Film Festival.