START (Safe Teen Accident Reduction Training) Class at Tucson Police Academy

Tucson Police Academy 10001 South Wilmot Road, Tucson

Five-hour classes for teens are held at Tucson Police Academy – 10001 South Wilmot Road. START classes are for only licensed, insured drivers who are 16–19 years old. The START program provides teen drivers with critical information on decision-making and judgement, and teaches them the basic motor vehicle driving skills related to commonly encountered collision […]


Biodiversity Party at Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum 2021 N. Kinney Rd, Tucson

Gather your friends, family, and fellow nature nerds for a day of searching, scouting and documenting the Wild species at the Desert Museum! What surprise animals or plants can you find? The Desert Museum is joining in the Pima County Nature Challenge (CNC). CNCs have been growing in major cities in the past few years […]

Free With Paid Admission

Spring Craft Fair at InJoy Thrift Store

InJoy Thrift Store 250 N. Pantano Rd, Tucson

Come help support InJoy as well as other local Businesses/Vendors in your community!


April is GRAND at Children's Museum Tucson

Children's Museum Tucson 200 South 6th Ave, Tucson

Weekly WEEKEND Activities from 10-2PM April 6-7 Grandparent interview Draw your Grandparent April 13-14 Polaroid pictures Picture frame decorations April 20-21 Grandparent garden – rock painting in the courtyard Fingerprint trees April 27-28 Grandparent cut outs Grandparents’ wishes for grandkids Questions? Call (520) 792-9985.

Classic and Theatrical Face Painting at Quincie Douglas Library

Quincie Douglas Library 1585 E. 36th Street, Tucson

The instructor will train children, teens, and adults the fundamentals of face painting including how to paint the most popular items for kids and teens such as butterflies, flowers, superheroes, and more! Teens and adults will love theatrical face painting, allowing them to learn exciting face painting designs such as famous characters or zombies ready for an apocalypse! […]

Event Series Tucson Poetry Festival

Tucson Poetry Festival

Tucson Poetry Festival XLI: Poetry Planting Seeds will take place April 13 (Temple of Music and Art) and 14 (Talega Coffee Company). The Festival will feature workshops and readings by poets Rae Gouirand, Gabriel Dozal, Wyatt Welch, and Victoria Chang, as well as a community open mic. All Festival events are free and open to […]


Spring Sip & See at Stillwell House

The Stillwell House & Garden 134 South 5th Avenue, Tucson

Enjoy sips and sweets during this open house. Booking incentives on all packages.


Town of Oro Valley 50th Anniversary Community Celebration (with Fireworks!) at James D. Kriegh Park

James D Kriegh Park 23 W. Calle Concordia, Oro Valley

Welcome to a half-century of memories, community spirit, and shared history! The Town of Oro Valley is gearing up for an unforgettable celebration as it marks its 50th anniversary, and you're invited to join the festivities. The all-day event will begin at Noon, with a fireworks finale starting at 9:30pm. This free, family-friendly experience will […]


Spring Celebration at Oro Valley Public Library

Oro Valley Public Library 1305 W. Naranja Dr, Oro Valley

A Spring Celebration highlighting the Oro Valley Public Library Youth areas and the Teen Advisory Board! The teens have several fun activities planned. Some of these include: Seed planting, which will be on the Children's Patio. Scavenger Hunts for tweens/teens and for the children located in the Teen Zone. Spring Bingo for all ages can […]


How to Make French Macarons at CATALYST

CATALYST Creative Collective 4500 N Oracle Rd, Tucson

A macaron or is a sweet meringue-based confection made with almond flour, which is one reason they are so expensive to buy. The other reason is because they take precise skills, which you will learn at Antsy Nancy. These beautiful cookies can come in any color and be filled with many delicious flavors. Macaron classes […]


2nd Saturdays Downtown

2nd Saturdays is a community oriented event that takes place the second Saturday of each month in downtown Tucson. Local vendors, musicians, and food trucks line Congress Street and Scott Avenue with the sounds and smells of an event that should not be missed. Each month there is something new, including new restaurants and retailers […]

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