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Thursday, April 25, 2019

Thursday Gardening Hour 8:00AM - 9:00AM
Free and open to the public/Join us to learn more about gardening and connect with The Garden Kitchen community/Get your hands a little dirty, explore our beautiful garden and bring home clippings or healthy produce! The Garden Kitchen 2205 S. 4th Ave. 621-0476

Birding Agua Caliente Park 8:00AM - 9:30AM
Take a guided walk to see a variety of birds, including waterfowl, raptors, sparrows, and many others/Loaner binoculars available-All ages welcome/Free with Membership, Non-Member $5 fee/Agua Caliente Park 12325 E Roger Rd. 724-5375 for registration info

Historic Canoa Ranch Country Market 9:00AM - 1:00PM
Featuring artisans, vendors, food trucks, music and local produce/Every Thursday through Feb. 7th/The vendor fee for a 12 x 12 space is $20/All vendor fees go towards the restoration of the Tradesman House for a future research/oral history library and gift shop-Vendors keep their sales/Prospective vendors should contact Valerie Samoy 724-5220 or 349-5026/Historic Canoa Ranch 5375 S. I-19 Frontage Rd-Green Valley

Tucson Petting Zoo! 9:00AM - 6:00PM
$8 a person/Includes food for all the farm animals and emus! $12 includes all the farm animals and exotic animal tour. Come down and meet capybaras, tortoise, goats, chickens, porcupines and lots more! s 2405 W. Wetmore Rd. 399-6555 www.tucsonpettingzoo.com OR www.facebook.com/FunnyFootFarm

Friends of the Oro Valley Public Library Book Sale 9:00AM - 7:00PM
April 24th-26th/more than 20,000 books for sale including such categories as: art, children, history, humor, literature, mystery, romance, Southwest, sports, CDs, DVDs, and much more! All proceeds benefit the Oro Valley Public Library/Oro Valley Public Library 1305 W. Naranja Dr-Oro Valley 594-5580

Financial Empowerment Workshop 10:00AM - 12:00PM
Free/Understanding Credit Scoring-This workshop describes credit scoring from a borrower's perspective and illustrates how consumer behavior affects credit scores/Define credit score/How are scores determined/Improve your score over time/Tucson Urban League 3425 E. Grant Rd. (just west of N. Palo Verde) 349-8259 (This workshop is also offered on Sat 4/27 10AM-Noon)

Tour Your Tucson! 10:00AM - 4:00PM
Free, donations welcome/Located in a faithful reproduction of the 1880s’ adobe officer quarters, the Fort Lowell Museum features exhibits and activities chronicling army life during the Apache wars/Located on the original parade grounds, and surrounded by many of the original structures associated with the fort, the museum is a great place to begin a walking tour Fort Lowell public park that includes Hohokam Indian sites, a historic neighborhood, picnic facilities, and playground/Open Thursday-Saturday 10AM-4PM/Fort Lowell Museum 2900 N. Craycroft Rd. at Glenn St. 885-3832

“Premieres Across Music History” – Host: Matthew Mugmon 11:00AM
Free/Featured Composer: Kari Kreiter/Fred Fox School of Music-Crowder Hall 1017 N Olive Rd. 621-1162

Thursday Lunch Special! 11:00AM - 4:00PM
Your choice of a Turkey or Ham Club Sandwich for only $5! Feel free to have it toasted if you would like! 1175 W. Miracle Mile 622-9064 www.NevadaSmithsSaloon.com

Wild About Flowers (Guided Hike) 2:00PM
A walk for the serious flower fancier-We’ll walk for about 2 hours in search of what’s blooming today while discussing the subtler aspects of pollination, taxonomy, and wildflower habits and habitats-Sturdy walking shoes and water are recommended/Saguaro National Park (East) 3693 S Old Spanish Rd. 733-5153 (Park Entrance fee applies $20 per vehicle/weekly pass-both districts of the park)

Poetry Circle 2:00PM - 3:30PM
Join us for monthly poetry discussions, led by docents from the UA Poetry Center/Community members are invited to come and share their knowledge of favorite poets or listen and learn about new poets-Docents will provide reading material sourced from the Poetry Center's world-renowned collection/Oro Valley Public Library 1305 W. Naranja Dr-Oro Valley 594-5580

108th Annual Pima County Fair 2:00PM - Midnight
April 18th-28th/4-H animals, home arts & fine arts, entertainment, horse shows, concerts, games & rides, educational exhibits including a gem and mineral show/Pima County Fairgrounds 762-3247 or 762-9100

Sew It Would Seam (Textile Club) 3:00PM - 5:00PM
A weekly craft workshop for sewing, knitting, printing on fabric, and other fiber fun! Create your own costumes, upcycled fashions, stuffed monsters, and more! Open to teens aged 12- 18/Joel D Valdez Main Library 101 N. Stone Ave. 594-5500

Santa Cruz Thursday Farmers' Market 3:00PM - 6:00PM
Mercado San Agustin 100 S Avenida del Convento 461-1107

Eos Planetarium Theater 4:00PM
$16/Senior, Military, College Students, Children 4-17 $12/Under 3 free/Touring the Solar System: Gas Giants Edition~Take a guided tour of the Gas Giants, discovering what secrets Jupiter holds below its clouds, what the rings of Saturn sound like, what's hiding on the moons of Uranus, and more/UA Science Flandrau Planetarium 1601 E University Blvd. 621-STAR

Tomorrow's Sounds Open Mic Show 4:00PM - 8:00PM
Three guest judges will be onsite, to evaluate the performances and determine the lucky winners! Winners will receive an exclusive prize package from Tom's Shoes (The package includes: a backpack, pair of shoes, sunglasses, TOMS no show socks, & a TOMS woven bracelet) Light refreshments and small bites will also be served/Join the Tucson community, for an evening of entertainment like no other, while supporting your local musicians, artists, and friends/Sign ups onsite at 3:30PM-Only 9 spaces available, so be there on time to sign up for your time slot! Dress Code Clothing 905 E University Blvd. (Jessica Olson 954-270-3744)

Steak Night! 5:00PM - 9:00PM
22oz Porterhouse, 20oz Ribeye, 18oz T-Bone, 16oz NY Strip, 10oz Top Sirloin, and Chicken Breast/All dinners served with a Baked Potato or Homemade Ranch-Style Beans, and Salad Bar with a Roll, $7-$17/ 1175 W. Miracle Mile 622-9064 www.NevadaSmithsSaloon.com

Thirsty Thursday 3-5 Mile Fun Run/Walk with Fleet Feet 5:30PM
Every Thursday! Enjoy $1 off Draft Beer or Wine after your work out! Meet at 5:30PM and sign up/Added Bonus - Team Trivia of Tucson is at T&B North starting at 6pm when run is done! Tap & Bottle (North) 7254 N. Oracle Rd. 268-8725

Live Demonstration: Agave Roasting & Fiber Crafts 5:30PM - 7:30PM
$45/$15 under 21/Watch firing the roasting pit and preparation of agave hearts. Agave fiber crafts demo and mescal tasting/Mission Garden 946 W Mission Lane (622-8848 for ticket info)

Opening Reception 5:30PM - 8:00PM
Reception with the Artists "On The Desert An Exploration Of Fibers" Free & open to the public/On Display through July 31st/Tohono Chul 7366 N. Paseo del Norte 742-6455

Tucson International Mariachi Conference-Participant Showcase 6:00PM
$10/ student concert that will include more than 500 elementary, middle schools, high schools and college mariachi students from the southwestern part of the United States and Mexico/Casino Del Sol-AVA Amphitheater 5655 W Valencia Rd. 855-765-7829

"The Fantasticks" Spring Musical 6:00PM
$30 with discounts available/Presented by the Oro Valley Theatre Company/The musical, The Fantasticks, opened in New York in 1960, ran for 57 years, and remains the longest running musical in New York! In fact, “Try To Remember” a time when this romantic charmer wasn’t enchanting audiences around the world! 13005 N. Oracle Rd. at Rancho Vistoso Blvd-Oro Valley 529-1000 www.gaslightmusichall.com

Yarnivores 6:00PM - 7:00PM
Join us for a brown-bag dinner group devoted to the yarn arts. Bring your dinner. Bring a project. Join us for some great ideas, some instruction if you need a bit of help, and some good conversation/Don't forget the yarn/Murphy-Wilmot Library 530 N. Wilmot Rd. 594-5420

Line Dancing Class (Basic Beginner Class) 6:30PM - 8:00PM
$5/The Music Box Lounge 6951 E 22nd St. (Just west of 22nd St/Kolb Rd intersection) (Art 609-1830)

Back to the Past! 7:00PM
$22.95/$20.95/$12.95/It's the 1980s and happy-go-lucky teenager, Mikey MacFry, gets mixed up in the crack-pot experiments of his good friend Doc Everett Crown/Using Doc's futuristic car, which he has turned into a time machine, they blast off for the rockin’ 1950s! Join this time-traveling, musical comedy as goes "Back to the Past!" 7010 E. Broadway Blvd. 886-9428 www.TheGaslightTheatre.com

36th Annual Tucson Poetry Festival (Kickoff Reading) 7:00PM - 9:00PM
4/25-4/28, Kristen E. Nelson is a queer writer and performer, literary activist, LGBTQ + activist, and community builder/Aura Valdes Aura Valdes is a queer, non-binary poet, a former nine to fiver who escaped city life-Currently based in Tucson they merge performance art and spoken word/Suggested donation $5-$20/Steinfeld Warehouse 101 W. 6th St. 961-9219

Teen Wolf with Curry Pot 7:00PM - 9:00PM
Come see Marty McFly transform into a werewolf and dunk on some unsuspecting teenagers in this 1985 fantasy-comedy! Strangely enough, there is no character by the name of Biff in this film -- but, there is a Boof for some odd reason. Go figure/Curry Pot will be here to sling some spicy and spectacular samosas/Casa Video and Casa Film Bar 2905 E Speedway Blvd. 326-6314

Female StoryTell! Presents: Fool Me Once 7:00PM - 10:00PM
$10, 21+/a league of hilarious, insightful women who tell their stories, make their voices heard, and raise money for local charities/Club Congress 311 E. Congress St. 622-8848

UA Wind Symphony & Symphonic Band 7:30PM
$5/Fred Fox School of Music-Crowder Hall 1017 N Olive Rd. 621-1162

Spring Collection 7:30PM
$35/$30/$15 Presented by UofA School of Dance/From contemporary to neoclassical, Spring Collection is the season’s “wrap up party,” and as always we offer you something special! Stevie Eller Dance Theatre 1737 E. University Blvd. 621-1162

20th Century Blues by Susan Miller 7:30PM
$35/A reunion. An argument. A Ted Talk. Emotional mutiny. And a bond that connects four women who meet once a year for a photo shoot, chronicling their changing (and aging) selves as they navigate through love, careers, children, and major world events/But, when these private photographs have the potential to go public, their relationships are tested, forcing the women to confront who they are, what they've become, and how they'll deal with whatever lies ahead/Invisible Theatre 1400 N. First Ave. at Drachman 882-9721

Switzerland by Joanna Murray-Smith (Preview) 7:30PM
$15/Presented by Something Something Theatre/Author Patricia Highsmith hates everyone and just wants to be left alone. An emissary from her publisher arrives to beg her to write one more sequel to The Talented Mr. Ripley…and he turns out to be more than a match for her iron will/St. Francis in the Foothills 4625 E. River Rd. (SST 468-6111)

Always...Patsy Cline 7:30PM
$15/This extremely popular, heartfelt musical revue tells the true story of the country music legend’s unlikely friendship with a fan, Louise Seger, cemented by years of letter-writing/Featuring a wealth of Cline’s beloved hits such as “Walkin’ After Midnight,” “I Fall To Pieces,” and “Crazy,” Always...Patsy Cline features Amanda Gremel in the title role/Live Theatre Workshop 5317 E Speedway Blvd. 327-4242

Polaroid Stories 7:30PM
$17/$10 Told through poetry and coarse street language, the characters paint their reality with lies, wild yarns and clever deceits to make sense of past abuse, lost love, violence and drug addiction-Together the stories weave into beautiful, haunting vignettes that hit you right in the gut/Contains explicit and graphic language/Pima Community College Center for the Arts Black Box Theatre 2202 West Anklam Rd. 206-6986

Things I Know to Be True (Preview) 7:30PM
$25 & up/Presented by Arizona Theatre Company/Can a parent love their children too much? Is it possible to not love them enough? These are questions that hover over Things I Know To Be True – a beautiful and painfully perceptive portrait of a family and the frictions that arise when grown-up children try to push beyond the confines of their loving parents’ expectations/Temple of Music and Art 330 S. Scott Ave. (ATC 622-2823)

Film Screening 7:30PM - 9:30PM
$10/ "The Unruly Mystic: John Muir" explores the remarkable life and writings of famed environmentalist, conservationist, and founding father of America's National Parks, John Muir/Using interviews from noted psychologists, theologians, historians, members of the National Park Service, artists, outdoor enthusiasts, and others, this inspirational documentary seeks to look deeper into how people from around the world have been inspired by Muir to use nature to strengthen their own personal spiritual connections/The Screening Room 127 E. Congress St. 822-0204

Red Hot Chili Peppers Tribute 8:00PM
Free Event, 21+/with Righteous and The Wicked/Casino Del Sol-Paradiso Lounge 5655 W Valencia Rd. 855-765-7829

Open Mic Night 8:00PM
21+, No cover/It's a chance for anyone to grab a microphone and a spotlight. First timers and seasoned vets alike can be seen any given week. Why not you? Line up to sign up-Be at Laffs by 7PM/Laff's Comedy Caffe 2900 E. Broadway Blvd. 32-Funny

Adult Skate Night 8:00PM - 10:00PM
18+, $5 Admission~$3 Skate Rental/Skate Country 7980 E. 22nd St 298-4409

Karaoke Hosted By Doug 9:00PM
D & J Karaoke will be in the house bringing you the ultimate karaoke experience. Drink specials all night. Come join the PARTY! Chicago Bar 5954 E Speedway Blvd. 748-8169

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