Government Breakfast: Paul Parisi at Northminster Presbyterian Church

Northminster Presbyterian Church 2450 E. Ft Lowell Rd, Tucson

Paul Parisi is the Tucson Field Representative for Our America, a national organization whose purpose is to unite communities around a sense of pride in America and what makes America flourish. He leads a program called “Safer Streets, Brighter Futures” that promotes increased funding for police to reduce crime and sensible criminal justice reform to […]


American Red Cross Blood Drive at Richard Elías-Mission Library

Richard Elías-Mission Library 3770 S. Mission Rd., Tucson

Pima County Public Library is committed to strengthening our community and helping meet hospital and patient needs through blood donations. Donors of all blood types are needed, especially those with types O negative, B negative and A negative. According to the Red Cross, type O negative is the universal blood type that can be safely […]


Fall Artisans Market at Tucson Museum of Art

Tucson Museum of Art 140 North Main Avenue, Tucson

The Annual Fall Artisans Market features more than 100 unique and local artists and artisans with crafts, original artwork, pottery, glass, jewelry, textiles and gift items in an outdoor street fair setting. Organized by TMA’s Museum Store, the event is an annual fundraiser for Southern Arizona’s oldest visual arts institution located in downtown Tucson. In […]


Healthy Houseplants in the Southwest at Wheeler Taft Abbett Sr Library

Wheeler Taft Abbett Sr Library 7800 N. Schisler Dr, Tucson

Houseplants liven the home and help clean the air. Unfortunately, many houseplant books are written for climates more humid than our own. Garden writer Dr. Jacqueline Soule has researched houseplants that do well in our low humidity and relatively brighter homes. This presentation goes over basic care tips, then offers 25 easy to grow houseplants […]


Free Music at Pima County Historic Courthouse

Historic Pima County Courthouse 115 N. Church Avenue, Tucson

FREE music in the courtyard of the Pima County Historic Courthouse, Fridays from 11:00am to 1:00pm. Oct. 20: Dan Levenson – Old Time Fiddler Oct. 27: Gertrude Lopez – Waila Band Nov. 3: Tony Kuya – Sitar/Bangladesh Nov. 10: Veteran’s Day Break Nov. 17: Jing Xia – Guzheng - Chinese Zither Nov. 24: Thanksgiving Day […]


Eating Healthy on a Budget at Valencia Library

Valencia Library 202 W. Valencia Rd, Tucson

A 1-hour wellness workshop on how to eat healthy on a budget. The Wellness Council of Arizona will provide information on: cost difference between eating out and eating at home how to meal prep and plan family friendly recipes how to navigate the hectic supermarkets

Event Series Lifeguard Swim Test

Lifeguard Swim Test

Are you or someone you know looking for a part-time job? Tucson Parks and Recreation is hiring lifeguards to operate and maintain the safety at City pools year-round. The minimum age to be a lifeguard is 15 years old. Pay starts at $16.75/hour. The City will pay applicants to get their Lifeguard Certification through the […]

Event Series Brewin at the Chul at Tohono Chul

Brewin at the Chul at Tohono Chul

Tohono Chul Park 7366 Paseo del Norte, Tucson

Brewin at the Chul is back for the Fall 2023 season! Fridays & Saturdays | Nov. 10 – Nov. 25 | 5 – 8 pm Located at the Garden Bistro No Admission Fee Get ready for a memorable Fall season as Brewin’ at the Chul returns to the Garden Bistro! An extraordinary blend of music, […]


City On A Hill: The Journey of the Pilgrims at Berger Performing Arts Center

Berger Performing Arts Center 1200 W. Speedway Blvd, Tucson

City on a Hill: The Journey of the Pilgrims will be coming to you live on November 17 & 18. Tickets are now available. City on a Hill: The Journey of the Pilgrims is the result of a collaborative effort to produce a meaningful program for the community in honor of Thanksgiving. It began as […]


Ballet Tucson's Fall Concert at Leo Rich Theatre

Leo Rich Theater 260 S. Church Ave, Tucson

Ballet Tucson returns to the main stage this fall with three invigorating masterworks. Witness the return of legendary choreographer George Balanchine’s most iconic ballet Serenade and the Ballet Tucson premiere of his exquisite Divertimento No. 15. World-renowned choreographer Andrea Schermoly’s contemporary pas de deux left our audience members awestruck at our 2022 Fall Concert. See […]

$20 – $50
Event Series Sonoran Cinema at Tohono Chul

Sonoran Cinema at Tohono Chul

Tohono Chul Park 7366 Paseo del Norte, Tucson

Family movie night is now at Tohono Chul! Presenting monthly films during spring and fall at Tohono Chul. Gather your family and friends, grab the popcorn, and get ready for your family film favorites at Sonoran Cinema at Tohono Chul! Schedule: Friday, May 19: Moana Friday, September 15: Encanto Friday, October 24: Mary Poppins Friday, […]

$2 – $4

Scrooge: The Musical at Temple of Music and Art

Temple of Music & Art 330 S. Scott Ave, Tucson

SCROOGE! THE MUSICAL by Leslie Bricusse, directed by Matt August A groundbreaking adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, this extravaganza is packed with songs as impressive as the ones Bricusse wrote for Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Grab your family and friends for this classic story of Ebenezer Scrooge as this musical adventure […]

$25 – $100
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