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Sunday, January 22, 2017

Enjoy a new, fun & challenging experience at Tucson’s ! Our 5 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! with 2 locations: 48 N. Tucson Blvd. #101 & 236 S. Scott Ave. 222-7395 Promo code: NEWYEAR for discount to $20.17 for Weekends so that's a $4.83 discount (By appointment only)

Turn Tucson into a giant game board with this Family Fun Scavenger Hunt Adventure! Combine the excitement of the Amazing Race with a three-hour city tour/Guided from any smart phone, teams make their way among well known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history! Play the game, See the sights, and Experience Tucson in a whole new way! (Save 20%/Only $39.20 for a team of 2-5 people after Promotion Code: TUCSONHAPPENINGS)

Guided Bird Walk 8:00AM
(Picnic Area Ramada) Experienced bird guide, Max, leads this bird walk, he'll help you spot and identify various birds that live and visit the park/Novices, seasoned birders, and every experience level of birder enjoy this event/Bring binoculars, and a bird guide (if you have) This walk lasts several hours/Catalina State Park 11570 N. Oracle Rd. 628-5798 (Park Entrance Fee $7 per Vehicle)

Sunday Worship 8:00AM
Join us! Sunday services are held in the Chapel at 8AM/Services in the main sanctuary featuring a more traditional worship format at 11AM with organ and choir-Pastors Matt Ashley and Paul Caseman provide the leadership in these settings/The Refuge provides an alternative worship services at 9AM in the Fellowship Hall with the live Cornerstone Band, interactive preaching and dialogue with Pastor Richard Jones/ 2700 E. Speedway Blvd. 327-4296

Sunday Bowling 9:00AM
9AM-Midnight/99¢ Games and 99¢ Shoes All Day-All Night/Golden Pin Lanes 1010 W. Miracle Mile 888-4272

9:00AM - 11:30AM
Every Sunday Morning/Group of volunteers, mostly families, feed between 100 to 300 homeless and disadvantaged Tucsonans at the Z Mansion downtown/WORKship volunteers also simultaneously staff a clothing bank, help run an extensive first-aid station, entertain their guests, cook a warm meals and whip up over 150 lunch bags for those in need/Z Mansion 288 North Church Ave (Volunteers of all ages-including families-need not call ahead, but are invited to come down to help out any Sunday throughout the year)

9:00AM - 1:00PM
St. Philips Plaza Voted Tucson's Best Farmers' Market 4280 N Campbell Ave 261-6982 ()

Japanese Flower Arranging Class 10:00AM
$25 per class, payable in class. Price does not include admission to the Gardens/Yume Japanese Gardens of Tucson 2130 N. Alvernon Way 332-2928 (Registration Required)

Rose Pruning Demonstration 10:00AM - 12:00PM
Growing with Green Things is a series of informational lectures and discussions for your benefit, hosted by Roger Putney-This part of the series will be discussing basic landscape design/Free of charge and open to the public/Green Things Garden Center 3384 E River Rd. 299-9471

17th Annual Street Fair 10:00AM - 4:00PM
Free/More than 180 exhibitors sell art, pottery, jewelry, clothing, sculptures, food, entertainment, Street Fair and activities/Historic Downtown Casa Grande 836-8744

Repticon Tucson Reptile & Exotic Animal Show 10:00AM - 4:00PM
Adults $10/Children $5/Under 5 Free/Featuring vendors offering reptile pets, supplies, feeders, cages, and merchandise as well as live animal seminars and frequent free raffles for coveted prizes-Exciting, educational, family-oriented fun for everyone! Pima County Fairground 11300 S. Houghton Rd. 762-9100

Yuma Home & Garden Show 10:00AM - 5:00PM
General Admission: $5/Kids 16 & under Free with paying adult/Talk to more than 100 vendors, compare prices, and talk to experts about green building and remodeling! There will be many demos and seminars with leading experts in the home and garden industries/Yuma Civic Center 1440 West Desert Hills Dr-Yuma 928-373-5040

The Giant Cactus (Guided Walk) 11:00AM
Saguaro National Park is famous for its gigantic saguaros/Still, you have to know where to look to find a real giant among giants/Join a ranger for a walk along a desert wash for a lesson in trees of the desert and a look at the only tree-like cactus in the U.S. You’ll be surprised by the size! Saguaro National Park (East) 3693 S Old Spanish Rd. 733-5153 (Park Entrance fee applies $15 per vehicle/weekly pass-both districts of the park)

Tibetan Buddhist Meditation Hour 11:00AM - 12:00PM
Free/Khenpo Drimed Dawa leads meditation practice including chanting, a variety of deity practices, a short dharma talk, and a ritual blessing-Opportunity for group practice in a convenient weekly format/Benefit of group practice is multiplied by the number of participants, so please join us! Everyone is welcome to attend/Awam Tibetan Buddhist Institute 3400 E Speedway Blvd #204 622-8460

Dixieland Jazz Brunch with The Road Runners Jazz Ensemble 11:00AM - 2:00PM
$55 adults/$20 children ages 6-12/Free kids 5 & under/Part of the Tucson Jazz Festival/Brunch features a variety of salads, made-to-order omelets, and carving station with smoked beef brisket and honey-baked ham, as well as other brunch favorites and pastries/Hilton Tucson El Conquistador 10000 North Oracle Rd. ()

Music by Nancy Elliott with Sage Gentle Wing 11:00AM - 2:00PM
The perfect way to start your week/Monterey Court 505 W Miracle Mile 207-2429

Artist Reception & Fundraiser 11:00AM - 3:00PM
St Luke’s Home is proud of its 98th “Baile” Celebration, and artist of the year- Linda Dobkin/The annual "Baile” Celebration is a fund raiser for the oldest charity in Tucson - St Luke’s Home, a low income assisted living home/Linda Dobkin’s exquisite oil painting “Generations Past” is being raffled off as part of this fundraiser/Raffle tickets of $10 each/Jane Hamilton Fine Art 2890 E. Skyline Drive Ste 180(in Plaza Colonial) 529-4886

La Encantada Fine Art Festival 11:00AM - 4:00PM
Free/From metalwork to locally-designed fashion, this is sure to be a visual surprise for all ages/Featuring the finest artwork in Southern Arizona and captivating performances set in breath-taking mountain views as attendees browse extraordinary art in all forms/La Encantada Shopping Center 2905 E Skyline Dr. (SEE FINE ART FESTIVAL ARTICLE)

"The Two Amigos!" 12:00PM
3 Times: Noon, 3PM & 6PM/ Reynaldo and Paco, circus performers who bill themselves as "The Two Amigos", have agreed to appear at a fiesta in the sleepy village of Santa Feliz/While performing their routines, they accidently become involved in the affairs of the townspeople/The helpless citizens of Santa Feliz are at the mercy of the evil Comandante Maximo and there is no one who can thwart his plans to secure his grip on the local government! Or is there? Join the escapades of the bumbling Two Amigos as they laugh, love and fight their way into the hearts of the people of Santa Feliz! 7010 E. Broadway Blvd. 886-9428

Tucson 2 Tails: Cat Shelter 12:00PM - 3:00PM
T2T goal is to rescue, protect and provide compassionate care to cats in danger, in a no-kill environment, to seek loving homes for these furry friends and educate the public on spay/neuter and responsible companion animal care-Stop on in today to get more informations and for possible adoptions! Bookmans-Ina 3733 W. Ina Rd. 579-0303

Mystery Book Group 12:30PM
Girl Waits with Gun by Amy Stewart/Based on the forgotten true story of one of the nation's first female deputy sheriffs, Girl Waits with Gun brings to life the fascinating tale of three sisters who lived their lives with a courageous flair/Antigone Books 411 N. 4th Ave. 792-3715

Catman and Kid Sparrow, The Fantastic Crime-Fighting Duo! 12:30PM
Adult $10-Child $7/As our story begins, we find our heroes, Catman and Birdboy strapped to a rocket, ready to be launched into outer space/Their captor is none other than their arch nemesis, Dogg Dastardly-He threatens to destroy the city of Metroville/Can our heroes escape? This fantastic adventure will keep you on the edge of your seat-You’ll laugh, you’ll gasp, and then you’ll laugh some more/Live Theatre Workshop 5317 E Speedway Blvd. 327-4242

Clarinet Day 2017 12:30PM - 5:00PM
Hosted by Dr. Jackie Glazier/A fun- filled day of performances, master classes, and vendors/Bring your clarinet and play in the Clarinet Choir! Clarinet Day is a FREE event open to clarinet enthusiasts of all ages/UofA Fred Fox School of Music-Music Building 1017 N Olive Rd. 621-1655

The Mighty Colorado 1:00PM - 2:00PM
Through stunning photographs, Historian Jim Turner tells the story of the Colorado River’s two thousand miles of scenic wonders, geography, wildlife, history, recreation, politics, and local culture-All ages welcome/Free with Membership, Non-Member $5 fee/Agua Caliente Park 12325 Agua Caliente Park Rd. 615-7855 for registration info

Adult Painting Class (Red Tree) 2:00PM
$25/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

Brahms Requiem - Classic 2:00PM
$30 & up/A masterpiece for orchestra, chorus and soloists, A German Requiem is the largest piece of music Brahms ever wrote/Tucson Music Hall 260 S. Church Ave. 791-4101

The White Snake by Mary Zimmerman 2:00PM
$35/Based on the ancient Chinese tale of a magical white snake that comes down the mountain in the form of a woman to hear the wisdom of humanity and falls in love with a young scholar/The Rogue Theatre 300 E. University Blvd. 551-2053

Petanque in the Park 2:00PM
Tucson Petanque Club/Learn and play the French game of petanque (pay-TONK) is a form of boules in which metal (rather than wooden) balls are thrown (rather than rolled) while the player stands with both feet firmly planted/A game consists of a series of rounds, and is played to the winning score of 13/We play at the Reid Park bandshell terrain at 2PM on Sunday afternoons through April/Visitors and beginners welcome! (Steve Ferg 664-4133 for more info)

The U.S. Constitution: What It Says and How It Works 2:00PM - 4:00PM
Adults & Teens/Here is an opportunity to review the concepts and composition of the document that functions as the legal foundation and framework of the nation/Presented by Dr. Thomas J. Davis, An Arizona Humanities lecture/Murphy-Wilmot Library 530 N. Wilmot 594-5420

Concert: Run Boy Run 2:00PM - 4:00PM
$20/They brought the house down last season with beautiful harmony and musicianship/Here’s your opportunity to see them again or for the first time! If you love virtuoso fiddle, cello, mandolin, guitar and bass with classic Blue Ridge Mountain style harmony/Presidio State Historic Park 1 Burruel St-Tubac 398-2252 (Reservations Recommended)

Pokemon Meetup 2:00PM - 4:00PM
Bring your DS and your Pokémon cards and as the wise Ash Ketchum once said, “Let’s show them how to really party!” Bookmans-Grant 1930 E. Grant Rd. 325-5767

A Taste of Judaism 2:00PM - 4:00PM
Free and open to the public/Temple Emanu-El is proud to offer A Taste of Judaism, now in its 17th year in Tucson/Rabbi Samuel M. Cohon and Rabbi Batsheva Appel lead an open, interactive exploration of Judaism in three, two-hour sessions on Spirituality, Values, and Community/The class includes delicious “tastes” of traditional Jewish foods prepared by Temple’s Women of Reform Judaism/Jewish Heritage Center 564 S Stone Ave. (Pre-registration required Mila Vasser 327-4501 x27)

The Tempe Winds 3:00PM
Free & open to the public/The ensemble, now in its 28th season, “plays for the love of music” and you will love their program! They are presenting “Music from Great Operas”, including overtures from two very popular operas, “William Tell” by Rossini and “The Merry Widow” by Lehar. There will be stirring marches and “The First Suite for Band” by Reed. Alto Saxophonist David Duarté will be featured in Reed’s “Ballad for Alto Saxophone and Band” Vista de la Montaña United Methodist Church 3001 E. Miravista Lane-Catalina (on the west side of Oracle Rd. 3.7 miles north of Tangerine) 825-1985

Buyer & Cellar by Jonathan Tolins 3:00PM
$18/$20 An irresistible one-man play with the most delicious fictitious premise—an underemployed Los Angeles actor goes to work as a shopkeeper in the basement of Barbra Streisand’s Malibu home/Laugh out loud as this play utilizes wit and perspicacity to poke fun at the solitude of celebrity, the love-hate attraction between men and divas, and the melancholy that lurks beneath narcissism/Live Theatre Workshop 5317 E Speedway Blvd. 327-4242

"A Musicall Banquet" 3:00PM
$25/individuals age 28 & under are $5 available at the door/Presented by The Arizona Early Music Society in conjunction with the Desert Song Festival/The program offers "a veritable tasting menu of the finest repertoire of lute songs of England and the Continent," performed by tenor Rufus Müller and Daniel Swenberg, Renaissance guitar and lute~Rufus Müller and Daniel Swenberg/Grace St. Paul’s Episcopal Church 2331 E. Adams St. (AZEM 721-0846) (pre-concert talk at 2:30PM)

Music with the Tucson Jazz Society 3:00PM - 6:00PM
Brother John's Beer, Bourbon & BBQ 1801 N Stone Ave. 867-6787

Sacred Space 4:00PM - 5:30PM
Rev. Teresa Cowan Jones presents "Self Discovery: Your Motivational Engine" with live music by Grace Morganfield/Sacred Space is a weekly Sunday gathering for spiritual inspiration, storytelling, and practicing compassion/Live music by local artists begins at 4:10PM With a different speaker and live musician every week, each gathering is radically different! Tucson City Council Ward 6 3202 E 1st St. 318-3557

Wine-y Cat Gift Exchange & Tasting 4:00PM - 6:00PM
Have a cat or wine themed gift you'd like to trade? Bring your wrapped gift ($10-$20 value suggested) (Participation in gift exchange is optional; you can also just enjoy the wines and palate cleansers) Tasting benefits PAWSitively CATS No-Kill Shelter/Win terrific raffle prizes, raise a glass to shelter cats! Invite friends, enjoy fine wine & good times, and help us provide great care for homeless cats in Tucson/Donations of canned Friskies gratefully accepted-Cost is $20 with $10 going to the cats and tax deductible/CataVinos Wine Shoppe 3063 N Alvernon Way 323-3063

Sunday Salsa Social 5:00PM - 9:00PM
$7 on DJ nights/$10 on Band nights/Join us for the beginner, intermediate, and advanced Salsa classes from 5PM-6PM/Social dancing from 6PM-9PM, Dance to Salsa, Timba, Chachacha, Mambo, Bachata, Kizomba, and Merengue/Shall We Dance 4101 E Grant Rd. 327-7895

Acoustic Open Mic Night w/ Cadillac Mountain 6:00PM
The Hut 305 N 4th Ave. 623-3200

Family Skate Night 6:00PM - 9:00PM
$12 for up to 6 Skaters ($3 Skate Rental) Skate Country 7980 E. 22nd St 298-4409

Howe Gelb Future Standards Record Release Party 8:00PM
Part of the Tucson Jazz Festival/Club Congress 311 E Congress St. 622-8848 ()

Reggae Sundays 10:00PM
Every Sunday Night Dj Papa Ranger & Dj Jah Fyah Take Over CeeDee Jamaican Kitchen to bring you the Ulimate Music Experience. Real Reggae For Real Reggae Fans/CeeDee Jamaican Kitchen 5305 E Speedway Blvd. 795-3400

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