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Friday, February 22, 2019

Murder at the Magic Show! TONIGHT!
Get Tickets for the Dinner Theater Playhouse! Classic Comedy Murder Mystery! Partake in an abundance of the best magic, mystery, murder and mayhem that Tucson has to offer/Enjoy all the madcap antics with tons of opportunity for audience volunteer interaction and participation creating a veritable plethora of downright fun! See a volunteer from the audience sawn in half/You'll be mystified, amazed and filled with non-stop laughter! Enjoy a delicious actor-served candle-lit 3-course dinner with a hilarious murder mystery 3-act play and a magic show! Marrying the best of two of the most popular live theater performing arts genres with an executive chef prepared fine dining experience; this dinner show is sure to please! Mystery & Magic Dinner Theater Playhouse at Skyline Country Club 5200 E. St. Andrews Dr. 861-4800 or 800-266-4800 for tickets www.MysteryDinner.Theater ()

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Enjoy a new, fun & challenging experience at Tucson’s ! Our 7 escape rooms offer a live experience where groups of two or more are locked in a keenly decorated room or series of rooms/Participants are challenged to use their knowledge, creativity, and problem-solving skills in a collaborative setting/Race against the clock to find all the clues, solve all the puzzles and unlock the final key to escape-Whether you escape or fail, your group will leave smiling and wanting to do more! 406 N. Church Ave. 222-7395 www.AceOfEscape.com Promo code: CLUE with 15% off (By appointment only)

Tucson Quilter’s Guild 41st Annual Quilt Show 9:00AM - 5:00PM
Feb 22nd-24th, $10 per day/$20 for 3 day pass/300 quilters and celebrates the craft of quilting over three lively days of fun and inspiration/demos, vendors, 2019 Raffle Quilt/A special Kids Row will be held again this year-Door prizes/Tucson Convention Center 260 S Church Ave. 791-4101

Rincon Valley Hike 10:00AM
Join a ranger on this 2 hour, 2 mile hike to talk about the history of cattle and land abuse at Saguaro National Park, as well as current and future ecosystem health. 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)

Knitting/Crocheting Group 10:00AM - 12:00PM
Join this congenial group creating blankets for a local teen homeless shelter/Group members knit squares which are pieced together to make colorful afghans/Make new friends and enjoy great conversation while creating something for a worthy cause-All skill levels welcome, and basic instruction available/ Tucson Jewish Community Center-Board Room 3800 E River Rd. 299-3000 x 236

Southern Arizona Clay Artists Show & Sale 10:00AM - 4:00PM
Over 30 ceramic artists offer gallery quality functional and decorative ceramics/Free admission to the park for this sale/Tohono Chul Park 7366 North Paseo Del Norte 742-6455

Strings Attached Knitting Meet-Up 11:00AM - 12:30PM
Free range knitters and crocheters of every skill level share conversation, inspiration, patterns and perspectives in a lively atmosphere of fiber and fun/Dusenberry-River Library 5605 E. River Rd. 594-5345

Canyon Quilters 12:00PM - 3:00PM
Bring your quilts and join with other quilters to share projects-All are welcome/Kirk-Bear Canyon Library 8959 E. Tanque Verde Rd. 594-5275

94th 94th Annual La Fiesta de los Vaqueros-Tucson Rodeo 12:30PM
$16-$33/4 to 6 year olds RAM Mutton Bustin’/6 to 15 year old cowboys and cowgirls competing in the Justin Junior Rodeo/Pro Rodeo kicks off at 2PM and includes bareback riding, steer wrestling, saddle bronc riding, tie-down roping, team roping, women’s barrel racing and bull riding/ProRodeo clown of the year Justin Rumford entertains throughout the day/Tucson Rodeo Grounds 4823 S. Sixth Ave. 800-964-5662 (Gates Open 11AM)

The Belle of Tombstone! 3:00PM
$22.95/$20.95/$$12.95 3 Times: 3PM, 6PM & 8:30PM/Tombstone was the last great frontier town and it sat high in the Arizona desert, smack dab on millions of dollars in silver ore/Through its dusty streets and elegant saloon doors passed a slew of colorful characters/We'll you back to those days of bar room brawls, stage coach robberies and high-stepping saloon hall girls, all in the “Town Too Tough To Die." Join for a Rootin’, Tootin’ great time! 7010 E. Broadway Blvd. 886-9428 www.TheGaslightTheatre.com

Silhouettes at Sundown (Hike: 3 hours, 2 ½ miles) 3:30PM
Trek along an arroyo as the setting sun magically silhouettes the Southwest’s most famous icon – the giant saguaro/This walk is one-third sandy wash with a few rock outcroppings, one-third hill with a gentle grade, and one-third dirt road-Meet at the King Canyon Trailhead/Saguaro National Park (West) 2700 N. Kinney Rd. 733-5158 (Park Entrance fee applies $20 per vehicle/weekly pass-both districts of the park)

All You Can Eat Fish Fry $6! 5:00PM - 9:00PM
Also Specials on Shrimp Baskets, Steak Fingers, Chicken Tenders, Wings, Fries and Onion Rings. Prices ranging from $3.75-$6/Oysters On The Half Shell $10 per dozen/ 1175 W. Miracle Mile 622-9064 www.NevadaSmithsSaloon.com

Marilyn and Elvis Show! 6:00PM - 9:00PM
Come meet Marilyn and Elvis at Little Anthony's Diner! They will be entertaining guests, walking around, taking photos! That's right, LIVE MUSIC is now happening on Friday and Saturday nights! Little Anthony's Diner 7010 E. Broadway 296-0456 www.LittleAnthonysDiner.com

Asian Lantern Festival 2019 6:00PM - 10:00PM
$14/$16/$18 Nightly Through March 23rd/Reid Park Zoo is partnering with the Confucius Institute at the UofA, Tianyu Arts & Culture Inc. and Tucson Chinese Cultural Center to bring over 40 colorful, customized lantern displays to Southern Arizona/This event that will transport you across the world with Asian-inspired entertainment, cuisine, and culture/Reid Park Zoo 3400 Zoo Court 791-3204

Dinner Theater

Murder at the Magic Show!! 6:30PM
Get Tickets for the Dinner Theater Playhouse! Classic Comedy Murder Mystery! Partake in an abundance of the best magic, mystery, murder and mayhem that Tucson has to offer/Enjoy all the madcap antics with tons of opportunity for audience volunteer interaction and participation creating a veritable plethora of downright fun! See a volunteer from the audience sawn in half/You'll be mystified, amazed and filled with non-stop laughter! Enjoy a delicious actor-served candle-lit 3-course dinner with a hilarious murder mystery 3-act play and a magic show! Marrying the best of two of the most popular live theater performing arts genres with an executive chef prepared fine dining experience; this dinner show is sure to please! Mystery & Magic Dinner Theater Playhouse at Skyline Country Club 5200 E. St. Andrews Dr. 861-4800 or 800-266-4800 for tickets www.MysteryDinner.Theater ()

Adult Painting Class (AZ Love) 6:30PM - 8:30PM
$29/painter, Drinks are available for purchase, Wine $5, $6 or $7 per glass, Beer $4/Grab a friend and follow our instructor's step by step instructions while you sip some wine and create your own beautiful masterpiece! 6530 E Tanque Verde Rd Ste. #160 (La Plaza Shoppes) 359-6675 www.creativejuiceartbar.com

Trivia for Dummies 6:30PM - 9:00PM
½ price beers awarded each round, $20 CBC Grand Prize! Catalina Brewing Brewing Company 6918 N. Camino Martin 392-3622

Dance to the Music Dance Party! 7:00PM
$12.50/Little House of Funk gets your groove! You’ll dig their Sonoran Soul and Deep-Fried Blues — in fact, their unique mix of red-hot R&B jams was just voted Tucson’s Best R&B Band for 2018! Their set lists include popular covers, sultry arrangements, and dynamic originals for all the hip-swinging, toe-tapping energy you crave~LHOF is all about funk, baby! 13005 N. Oracle Rd. at Rancho Vistoso Blvd-Oro Valley 529-1000 www.gaslightmusichall.com

Catalina Organ Festival Concert 7:00PM
$20/$15/$5 Presenting Internationally acclaimed organist Douglas Cleveland from Olympia, Washington/As part of this concert he will premiere Pamela Decker’s ‘The Last Seven Words and Triumph of Christ’. Sacred interpretive dance will highlight this new work choreographed by Kaley Jensen, assisted by dancers from U of Arizona/Dr. Decker received the National Composer of the Year Award for 2018 from the American Guild of Organists (AGO) in Kansas City, MO/Catalina United Methodist Church 2700 E. Speedway Blvd. 327-4296

Author Event 7:00PM
Join us to celebrate the release of The Classroom by Dana Diehl and Melissa Goodrich/The Classroom is a collaborative short story collection that considers what it truly means to learn and grow/Antigone Books 411 N. 4th Ave. 792-3715

True Concord Voices & Orchestra - Bach St. Matthew Passion 7:00PM
$25/$40 The sacred oratorio was written by Johann Sebastian Bach for solo voices, choir and orchestra in 1727 and revised again between 1743 and 1746/The piece tells the story of Christ’s final sufferings through text from the Book of Matthew, German poetry and chorales/Valley Presbyterian Church 2800 S Camino Del Sol-Green Valley (401-2651 for ticket info)

Not Burnt Out Just Unscrewed! Family-Friendly Improv 7:30PM
$8 for adults & $5 for kids/As always, we’ll take your suggestions and turn them into comedy scenes and games that are seen once then never again/Plus we’ll keep it clean – so the whole family can enjoy the night together! 4500 E Speedway Blvd. #39 298-8076 www.unscrewedtheater.org

UofA Wildcat Hockey vs. Arizona State 7:30PM
$4-$19/White Out (Jersey Auction)/Alumni Weekend/Tucson Arena 260 S Church Ave. 791-4101

Top Girls 7:30PM
$28/Presented by Arizona Repertory Theatre/Top Girls captures the exhilaration of an era when advancement for women no longer was a novelty/Written by one of the most important playwrights of today, Churchill, has provided a brilliant script that celebrates women throughout history and brings to life a time when things seemed to be finally changing and reminds us of the distance still left to be traveled/UA Campus 1025 N. Olive Rd-Tornabene Theatre 621-1162

The Hall of Final Ruin 7:30PM
$25/$20 By Kelly McBurnette-Andronicos: In 1800s Santa Fe, a powerful woman wants to orchestrate a good death for herself/But Death, and the American Army, are coming sooner than she thinks-A witty, suspenseful, magical tale of redemption/Presented by Something Something Theatre/Temple Cabaret 330 S. Scott Ave. 468-6111

MAMMA MIA! (Sing-A-Long performance) 7:30PM
Tickets are $24/$21/$18, Pima students $10/Based on the songs of ABBA/A portrayal of womanhood, sisterhood and a single mother-daughter relationship/Set on a Greek island paradise, this poignant and funny tale is about young Sophie’s quest to discover the father she’s never known before her upcoming wedding/Pima Community College Center for the Arts Proscenium Theatre-West Campus at 2202 W. Anklam Rd. 206-6986

Time Stands Still 7:30PM
$15/Written by Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Donald Margulies/This outstanding script tells the story of Sarah, a photojournalist recuperating from a tour in a war-torn country, and James, a foreign correspondent seeking a change of venue-The couple faces tough choices about their future as they try to find their happiness in a changing world that seems to have gone crazy/Live Theatre Workshop 5317 E Speedway Blvd. 327-4242

The Doo Wop Project 7:30PM
$29 & up/Fox Theatre 17 W. Congress St. 547-3040

UA Philharmonic Orchestra 7:30PM - 9:30PM
$5/Conducted by doctoral student Juan Montoya, the orchestra will perform Engelbert Humperdinck’s Prelude to “Hansel and Gretel” and Symphony No. 1 in C Major, Op. 21 by Ludwig van Beethoven/Fred Fox School Of Music-Crowder Hall 1017 N Olive Rd. 621-1162

Comedian Johnny Beehner 8:00PM
$12.50/$17.50 2 Shows: 8PM & 10:30PM/Featuring Carmen Morales/Johnny Beehner puts on a funny show. He's got everything you want from a comic: He's silly, he's likeable, and he's fun/Laff's Comedy Cafe 2900 E. Broadway Blvd. 32-Funny

Metal Mayhem 8:00PM
Music by Damage Inc. (Tribute to Metallica), Slaytanic (Tribute to Slayer), Maiden USA (Tribute to Iron Maiden), Domination (Tribute to Pantera) Rialto Theatre 318 E Congress St. 740-1000

Studio Series Black Box Theatre Festival 8:00PM
$7/A student-generated performance event that displays the artistic and intellectual labors of the theatre studies student body/Featuring performance pieces curated by faculty and students with minimalist aesthetic that allows theatre students to apply research from their coursework and practice their craft/Harold Dixon Directing Studio, Drama Bldg Room 116 1025 N Olive Rd. 621-7008

Free Dance Class 8:30PM
The Latin Band Zona Libre will be playing every Friday/Free Free Salsa/Bachata dance class with entry 8:30PM to 9:30PM/Dancing from 9:30PM till midnight/All Ages-Singles & Couples ($5 Music charge-cash) Brother John’s 1801 N Stone (Magic Mikey 444-0439)

Music by Drop D 9:00PM
No Cover/Best of Tucson finalist cover band/Edge Bar Tucson 4635 N. Flowing Wells Rd. 887-9027

4th Friday Free Form Friday Fight Night! 9:00PM
FREE Admission! Contains adult language & situations/Our newest night of entertainment! 4 teams enter – 1 team leaves! 4 improv teams compete against each other in head-to-head battles with the winners facing off to be crowned the monthly improv victor! Winning teams move on to defend their title next month/ 4500 E Speedway Blvd. #39 298-8076 www.unscrewedtheater.org

Karaoke with Martha! 9:00PM
Tell her the name of the song or the artist and she's got it! There is always room in the rotation and great voices of all ages! The show doesn't stop until 2AM/ 1175 W. Miracle Mile 622-9064 www.NevadaSmithsSaloon.com

Cult Classics-The Dark Crystal (PG) 10:00PM
$8/$6 (1982) In another world and another time, The Dark Crystal – a source of Balance and Truth in the Universe – was shattered, dividing the world into two factions: the wicked Skeksis and the peaceful Mystics/Now, as the convergence of the three suns approaches, the Crystal must be healed, or darkness will reign forevermore! The Loft Cinema 3233 E. Speedway Blvd. 795-0844

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