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Friday, April 26, 2019

Murder at the Magic Show! TONIGHT!
Give us a call to confirm date and to Get Tickets before they sell out! 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 ()

Urban Adventure Quest!
Discover the rich beauty of this historic desert city as you discover one of the best things to do in Tucson... play the game, see the sights, and experience Tucson in a whole new way! Turn Tucson into a giant game board with this Family Fun Scavenger Hunt Adventure! www.urbanadventurequest.com/tours/things-to-do/tucson/default.aspx (Save 20%/Only $39.20 for a team of 2-5 people after Promotion Code: TUCSONHAPPENINGS)

Guided Bird Walk 7:30AM
Join experienced bird guide, Jim/He will help participants spot and identify the various birds/For novices, seasoned birders and for every experience level of birder-Please bring binoculars, and a bird guide (guide not mandatory) Meet at main trailhead/Catalina State Park 11570 N. Oracle Rd. 628-5798 (Park Entrance Fee $7 per Vehicle)

Book Sale 8:00AM - 2:00PM
Friends of the Pima County Public Library 2230 N. Country Club Rd. 795-3763

Guided Bird Walk 8:15AM
Join volunteer guide Mary Ellen for her final bird walk of the spring season/Oracle is a beautiful, quiet park at about 4500 feet elevation, with different habitat than Tucson, offering a chance to see higher elevation species-Meet at the Kannally Ranch House parking lot/Oracle State Park 3820 Wildlife Dr-Oracle 896-2425 (Park Entrance Fee $7 per Vehicle)

Wildflower Walk (Guided Walk) 10:00AM
An easy, level, one-hour walk to see the commonest flowers in bloom this day and a basic look at the magic of flowers-Comfortable 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

Friends of the Oro Valley Public Library Book Sale 10:00AM - 5:00PM
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

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

Willcox West Fest Ranch Rodeo & Chuck Wagon Cook-Off 1:00PM - 9:00PM
April 26th-27th/Free to the public! Come join the campfire FUN! Everyone is welcome to tell a story, sing a song and/or just visit from 6 "til the last cowboy goes home"! If you have a guitar bring it too! Come have hot dogs and s'more cooked over the campfire under the stars...Come early "4:30PM" and watch the Barrel Race too/Quail Park 01 N Quail Dr-Willcox

Drive-Thru Geology (Auto Tour) 2:00PM
Hop in your car for a journey through 25 million years of earth history…in one hour! We’ll observe the varied landforms of the desert – bajadas, washes, outcrops – and find out why geology students from around the world come to see the Rincon Mountain foothills (Hint: it’s the mylonitic gneiss!) 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)

Ceramic Painting with Chris Bubany!! 2:00PM - 5:00PM
Casual and friendly introduction at any level, of ceramic painting with low-fire joyful colors-Enjoy the social atmosphere of a working studio while learning elements of composition, design, color and more/Leave happy and with a treasure in hand! Class fee is $45/Classes are held in Chris' Home Studio 1720 N. Forty Niner Dr.~Call Chris at 991-4728 to register or visit her website www.ChrisBubany.com

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

Eos Planetarium Theater (Friday Shows) 4:00PM
$16/Senior, Military, College Students, Children 4-17 $12/Under 3 free/Tucson Sky & Beyond 4PM/Life Beyond Earth: The Search for Undiscovered Worlds 5PM/Touring the Solar System: Gas Giants Edition 6PM/Great White Shark 7PM/Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon Fulldome 8PM/Laser "Queen" Music/UA Science Flandrau Planetarium 1601 E University Blvd. 621-STAR

“The Great Leap West” 4:00PM - 7:00PM
A Wonderful Western Art Exhibit Santos Barbosa, Barry Sapp, Greg Singley & David Vandenberg/Jane Hamilton Fine Art Gallery 2890 E. Skyline Dr. (Southwest corner Skyline & Campbell) 529-4886

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

Back to the Past! 6:00PM
2 Times: 6PM & 8:30PM $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

"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

Author Event 6:00PM
Join us to celebrate the release of Lambda Literary Award-Winning author Michelle Tea's newest book, Astro Baby/All Ages Event & book signing with Ms. Tea/Antigone Books 411 N. 4th Ave. 792-3715

Celebration of Kindness 6:00PM - 9:00PM
Tickets are $75/The evening is filled with live entertainment by Leila Lopez, food, drink, and auctions-Enjoy all of this while supporting kindness education and studio programming/Ben’s Bells Downtown 40 W Broadway Blvd. www.bensbells.org/celebrate

Stargazing 6:00PM - 9:00PM
The Sonora Astronomical Society volunteers set up telescopes for celestial viewing and provide an introduction to the night sky. Come before dark for a presentation by Whipple Observatory. Bring your flashlight and lawn chair-Weather permitting/All ages welcome/$5 suggested donation-Reservations not required/Presentation from 6-7PM/Stargazing from 7-9PM/Historic Canoa Ranch, Historic, 5375 I-19 Frontage Rd-Green Valley 724-5375

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

Last Friday’s 6:00PM - 10:00PM
Shop under-the-stars with your favorite MSA Annex merchants while enjoying live music, on-site restaurants and food trucks, and libations by Westbound Bar every last Friday of the month through December/Mercado San Agustín Annex 267 South Avenida Del Convento 461-1107

Dinner Theater

Murder at the Magic Show!! 6:30PM
Give us a call to confirm date and to Get Tickets before they sell out! 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 ()

Spring Enchanted Evenings 6:30PM - 8:30PM
$15 for adults/$5 for children 3-15/Kids 2 & under free/Stroll Yume after dusk during our Spring Enchanted Evenings-Lighting your way will be radiant glowing lanterns/Evocative recorded Japanese folk melodies will accompany you, played on the koto, the shamisen, and the shakuhachi/Enjoy delicious Japanese food from the Takoyaki Food Truck while you wander along the garden paths/Yume Japanese Gardens of Tucson 2130 N. Alvernon Way 303-3945

Tucson International Mariachi Conference-Espectacular Concert 7:00PM
$20/$40 Performances by featuring Mariachi de America de Jesus Rodriguez de Hijar, Mariachi Aztlan, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley featuring Ivan Velasco/Casino Del Sol-AVA Amphitheater 5655 W Valencia Rd. 855-765-7829

Free Outdoor Screening "Rango" (PG) 7:00PM
Presented by The Loft Cinema/Filled with goofy characters, humorous action and comical parodies of classic Spaghetti Westerns, Rango (2011) is an animated treat for the whole family/Please bring your own seating-Geronimo’s Revenge food truck will be on site/Las Milpitas Community Farm 2405 S Cottonwood Lane (TLC 795-0844 for more info)

Ignite Agave! 7:00PM - 10:00PM
$5, 18+/An engaging presentation about food, agriculture, beverage, and culture! Fox Theatre 17 W Congress St. 547-3040

Native Voices Story & Song 7:30PM
With Tonemah, Gabriel Ayala and Randy Kemp $20 advance/$25 day of show (reduced rates for youth) An evening of sacred story and song in the round with 3 award-winning Native American artists/Sea of Glass Center for the Arts 330 E. 7th St.398-2542

Always...Patsy Cline 7:30PM
$20/$18 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

FC Tucson vs. South Georgia Tormenta FC 7:30PM
$16/Kino North Stadium 2500 E. Ajo Way 206-3260 (Gates open 6:30PM)

Spring Awakening 7:30PM
$31/$29/$15 Presented by Arizona Repertory Theatre/Spring Awakening explores the complex journey from adolescence to adulthood of a dozen young people in 1891 Germany/This eight time Tony Award winning musical is an electrifying fusion of morality, sexuality and rock-n-roll/UA Campus Tornabene Theatre 1025 N. Olive Rd. 621-1162 for tickets

El Tambó Fest 7:30PM
$15/Legendary cumbia bands from across the borderlands and cutting edge DJs from across the nation/Hotel Congress 311 E. Congress St. 622-8848

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

Dance Fusion 7:30PM
Tickets are $10 with discounts available/PCC Dance performs to a vintage carnival theme that features student choreographed dances encompassing many styles including hip-hop, modern, lyrical and jazz/Pima Community College Center for the Arts-West Campus 2202 W. Anklam Rd. 206-6986

Switzerland by Joanna Murray-Smith 7:30PM
$25/$20 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)

Things I Know to Be True 7:30PM
$41 & 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)

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

UA Wind Ensemble 7:30PM
$10/$7/$5 Featuring UA Solo Artist Competition winner Connor Bagheri, trumpet/Fred Fox School of Music-Crowder Hall 1017 N Olive Rd. 621-1162

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

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

Friday Night Live! Free Jazz Concert 7:30PM - 9:00PM
Music by Neamen Lyles (Smooth Jazz) Entry is always free and we validate parking in Tyndall Ave Garage after 5PM/Main Gate Square-University Boulevard
814 E University Blvd. 622-8613

Comedian Ron Feingold 8:00PM
$12.50/$17.50 2 Shows: 8PM & 10:30PM/Featuring Zach Pugh/Laff's Comedy Cafe 2900 E. Broadway Blvd. 32-Funny

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 People Who Could Fly 9:00PM
Free, 21+/indie-pop/Casino Del Sol-Tropico Lounge 5655 W Valencia Rd. 855-765-782

Music by Drop D 9:00PM
No Cover/Rock~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

36th Annual Tucson Poetry Festival (Poetry Party) 9:00PM - Midnight
4/25-4/28, Join us for an evening of drinks and dancing while we have our signature cocktail "The Gesture." There will be DJs spinning your fav funk and soul jams to get down to at Cafe Passe 415 N.4th Ave. 624-4411

Cult Classics-But I’m A Cheerleader (R) 10:00PM
$8/$6 (1999)Megan (Natasha Lyonne) considers herself a typical American girl-She’s super popular, she excels in school and cheerleading, and she has a handsome football-playing boyfriend, even though she really isn’t that crazy about him/So she’s stunned when her parents decide she’s gay and send her to True Directions, a “homosexual rehabilitation” boot camp meant to alter her sexual orientation! Featuring an all-star comedic cast, including Cathy Moriarty, Melanie Lynskey, Bud Cort, Mink Stole, Michelle Williams and RuPaul! The Loft Cinema 3233 E. Speedway Blvd. 795-0844

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