10/1/14 October Issue

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What's Happening Today
Thursday, October 2, 2014

63rd Annual Rex Allen Days
Oct 2nd-5th/A celebration of the singing cowboy in his hometown of Willcox, AZ/Celebrates the life of Rex Allen & features many of his favorite events/Professional Rodeo/Parade/Concerts/Comedy Shows/Tractor Pulls/Turtle Races/Carnival/Street Dance/384-4410 or 384-2272

National Fried Scallops Day!

Pie Week at Café a la C'Art
Oct 1st-6th/To celebrate our new expanded dinner hours (Wed-Sun 5-9pm) our own Pastry Chef Lora Quarrella will load up the pastry case with all kinds of pie: fruit, cream, chocolate & more/You can also eat your pie for breakfast, lunch or weekend brunch/150 N Main Ave (in the Historic Stevens House) 628-8533

Fall Plant Sale 2014 8:00AM - 5:00PM
General public sale Sept. 30th-Oct. 4th/10% for everybody & 20% off for members/Desert Survivors 1020 West Starr Pass 791-9309

Not Just for Kids 9:00AM - 4:00PM
Adults get in for the youth admission price of only $6 every Thursday at The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures 4455 E Camp Lowell Dr 881-0606 www.theminitimemachine.org

UAMC Heroes' Day Press Conference 9:30AM - 10:30AM
A celebration to honor & say thanks to all Southern AZ first responders! Press Conference in the courtyard/3 "Heroes of the Year" will be recognized & presented with awards at La Encantada 2905 E Skyline Dr 299-3566

More Volunteers Needed to Cleanup Gil Catalan Memorial Walkway 10:00AM
Close to 300 youth from Salpointe Catholic High School will remove weeds & litter from the Gil Catalan Memorial Walkway-North side of Los Reales Rd, from Santa Clara Ave to 6th Ave/More committed volunteer groups are needed/Tucson Clean & Beautiful Inc. 791-3109

Story Tunes 10:00AM
Time to shake your sillies out as our friend Mary leads a musical extravaganza fun for everybody! Bookman's 3733 W. Ina Rd 579-0303

One-Stroke Decorative Painting 10:00AM - 12:00PM
Donna Dewberry's One-Stroke method of decorative painting/Fast, fun & easy/No drawing skills or art experience needed/Create beautiful projects on a variety of surfaces after only a few lessons/Go Online to see Supply List/$20/Another Class 5:30-7:30pm/Instructor Jane Dominguez/Phone 668-0327/Hobby Lobby 5555 E Broadway Blvd 512-0242

Gather A Vintage Market 10:00AM - 6:00PM
Fall Harvest Theme/A once-a-month, 4-day Vintage Market, specializing in Antique & Vintage Furniture & Finds that are uniquely styled for the Home & Garden/657 W St. Mary's Rd (in the old Arizona Sash complex) Contact Simone Gers 878-7215

Alzheimer’s Caregivers Support Group 10:30AM - 12:00PM
This group meets the 1st & 3rd Thursday of each month-Open to all & meets in the Senior Classroom/ TMC Senior Services, El Dorado Health Campus 1400 N Wilmot Rd 324-4345

Healthy and Quick Lunch Menu Cooking Demo 12:00PM - 1:00PM
Come & enjoy a delicious lunch of Chicken Scallopini, with Chive Zucchini Ribbons, Mixed Green Salad with Fresh Basil Vinaigrette & Pear Confit with Shaved Gruyere for dessert/While you eat, Mardi Burden, from AZ Culinary Academy, will demonstrate how to prepare this simple & delicious meal/$35/Maker House 283 N Stone Ave

Thursday Score Big 12:00PM - 4:00PM
$1.39 games and $1.39 shoe rental/Golden Pin Lanes located at 1010 W Miracle Mile 888-4272

Journey For Control: Diabetes Education 1:00PM - 3:00PM
In these 4-week group sessions Mojave Suitt, RN, will give you the information and tools you need to stay in control/ TMC Senior Services, El Dorado Health Campus 1400 N Wilmot Rd 324-4345 (Registration Required)

Adult Outreach Presentation 2:30PM
"Pop Art" by Frances Chen/Nanini Branch Library 7300 N Shannon Rd 594-5365

Closing Reception 3:00PM - 4:30PM
Katie Killian Stokes-Atrial Systole/An installation that discusses the conflation of place & time within the human experience/Lionel Rombach Gallery 1031 N Olive Rd 626-4215

Storytime with Mildred 3:30PM
A free storytime designed for kids ages 4 & under but of course everyone is invited! Mildred & Dildred 2905 E Skyline Dr #186 La Encantada shopping center (lower level) 615-6266

Minor Mutiny 3:30PM - 5:00PM
Free! High school students with valid ID welcome/Safe, fun, inspiring afterschool program/Hang out, draw, watch an art video, get homework help/This unstructured "lounge" will be supervised by artists/mentors with a wide range of expertise to offer the Next generation/Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson 265 S Church Ave 624-5019

PCC Baseball vs UA Club 4:00PM
Pima CC West Campus Aztecs Baseball Field 2202 W. Anklam Rd 206-3035

Planetarium Shows 4:00PM
Touring the Solar System 4PM/Magic Tree House Space Mission 6:30PM/Back to the Moon for Good 8PM/UA Science Flandrau Planetarium 621-STAR

Santa Cruz River Farmers' Market 4:00PM - 7:00PM
Mercado San Agustin 100 S Avenida del Convento (Near Congress & Grande) Community Food Bank of Southern AZ 622-0525

ARTWalk 5:00PM - 7:00PM
Browse the eclectic collection of fine art, guest artists, enjoy live music & savor wine tastings at each of the galleries/Gallery Row of Tucson-Skyline & Campbell 615-3001 and Plaza Colonial Shopping Center 529-4886

Artist Reception at Hana's Salon 5:00PM - 7:30PM
A Total Art Happening-Meet the Artists, the Writers, the Musicians, the Dancers & more/Watch them create, join them & create your own piece to treasure while sipping on wine & savoring Barrio's Bread during the most established Farmer's Market in Tucson/Located in Ste. 118 next to Vero Amore at the Plaza Palomino 2960 N Swan/Hana 290-0915

The Architecture of Line and Space 5:30PM
Presentation by architect Les Wallach, FAIA/He'll discuss his work & his firm, Line and Space/Seating is limited but space is still available-RSVP to 621-9509/University of Arizona Museum of Art 1031 N Olive Rd 621-7567

2014 Vamos a Tucson Mexican Baseball Fiesta 5:30PM
Culiacan vs. Kansas City Future Stars/Hermosillo vs. Dodgers Future Stars at Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium 2500 E Ajo Way/Tickets 434-1367

Home Ownership Information Session 5:30PM - 7:30PM
Habitat for Humanity Tucson 3501 N Mountain Ave 326-1217

Jazz Music by "Sly" Slipetsky 5:30PM - 8:30PM
McMahon's 2959 N Swan Rd 327-7463

Cancer Killer Makeover Event - Maximizing Immunity 6:00PM
Maximized Living will show you what cancer is, what causes it & what you can do about it/Join us for the health makeover that has turned thousands of people into Cancer Killers! Seats are limited-Call to reserve your spot/Wellness Key Chiropractic 6595 N Oracle Rd Ste. 135 797-6683

Bike Night 6:00PM
Beer Garden, Drink Specials, Food Tent, DJ, Vendors-Lots Of Food & Fun! Hotrods Old Vail 10500 E. Old Vail Rd 202-0987

How You Can Make 7 Figures Through the Writing/Publication of a Book 6:00PM - 8:30PM
Free! Tens of Thousands of writers, many with no prior experience are making 6 & 7 figures a year from writing books/This class offers you the road map you need to follow in the steps of their success/You can be the income earning author you may have always wanted to be/Unity of Tucson, Annex Room 4/Advance registration required 928-203-0265

Live music Debut by the Tucson Jazz Institute Concord Combo 6:00PM - 9:00PM
Fundraiser to benefit the Tucson Jazz Music Foundation/Directed by Brice Winston at Cushing Street Bar & Restaurant 198 W Cushing St 622-7984

START: A Glass Art Experience 6:00PM - 9:00PM
Join TMA & the Sonoran Glass School for an educational evening exploring the Museum's galleries & various glass processes/Be inspired by TMA's exhibitions & permanent collections, watch flame shop demos & participate in a hands-on warm shop workshop making mosaic tiles or fused glass plates/$10/Tucson Museum of Art 140 N Main Ave 624-2333

Nightfall 6:00PM - 10:00PM
Tucson's Only Haunted Town! Warning: Due to the subject matter & realism, this event may not be appropriate for younger people, those with medical conditions or squeamish adults/All guests enter at their own risk/Old Tucson takes no responsibility for guests who are offended by subject matter, verbal abuse or have bladder control issues/No refunds given/No re-entry allowed/Old Tucson 883-0100

Ultimate Game Night 6:00PM - 10:00PM
Free! We're adding Board games, Magic the Gathering, Dungeons & Dragons, Settlers of Catan, HeroClix, table top gaming/We still have retro video games & consoles throughout the space at Maker House 283 N Stone Ave

Free Lecture Series: Remembering the Past 6:30PM
Every Person Their Own Historian: A Quick Lesson on Doing Oral History/Mary Logan Rothschild, PhD/Free & open to the public/Space is limited/Reservations required/La Pilita Museum 420 S Main Ave 882-7454

Paint & Sip - Adult Painting Class 6:30PM - 9:00PM
Grapevines/$35/ Creative Juice 6530 E Tanque Verde Rd, Ste. 160 (La Plaza Shoppes) 271-5023 www.creativejuiceartbar.com

Jazz Music by Blue Dream Trio 6:30PM - 9:30PM
Miray Cakır Rhoads-vocals & violin/Joshua Rhoads-guitar/Brian Hicks-sax/Sullivan's Steakhouse 1785 E River Rd 299-4275

Music by Robert Dick 7:00PM
The UA School of Music presents a guest artist recital featuring virtuoso flutist & composer Robert Dick at Holsclaw Hall 1017 N Olive Rd 621-1162

The Manhattan Short Film Festival 2014 7:00PM
Featuring 10 great new shorts from around the world & you help select the winner! Loft Cinema 3233 E Speedway Blvd 795-0844

Cronan The Barbarian 7:00PM
Or "All Swords of Fun!" The Ancient world has descended into chaos & lawlessness when one man rises up to fight for the lives of his fellow tribesmen-This unlikely hero who is part man and part myth, Cronan must face a legion of enemies, armed only with his brute strength and the powers of a mystical Sword! The Gaslight Theatre 886-9428 for reservations www.thegaslighttheatre.com

8th Annual Shakespeare in the Park - El Rio Theatre Project presents: The Tragedy of King Lear 7:00PM
Free! 7pm curtain time/$5 suggested donation/Bring a blanket, a picnic basket & the whole family to the Himmel Park Outdoor Amphitheatre 1000 N Tucson Blvd 791-4353

Faculty Reading: Alison Hawthorne Deming & Susan Briante 7:00PM - 8:00PM
UA Creative Writing Program faculty members Alison Hawthorne Deming & Susan Briante read from their work/After the reading, there will be a short Q&A session & book signing/UA Poetry Center 1508 E Helen St (At Vine Ave) 626-3765

Tucson Cactus & Succulent Society Meeting 7:00PM - 9:00PM
Joe J. Shaw, Phd, ELS, will address the meeting on his website/Shaw has worked extensively to establish & manage this website-he will present a program on the production & info gathered & some historical gatherings as well/Held at the Junior League of Tucson 2099 E River Rd/William Holcolm 256-2447

Bluegrass Music Jam Session 7:00PM - 9:00PM
Free! Sponsored by the Desert Bluegrass Association/Rincon Market 2513 E 6th St 323-3354

Music by Kathy & The Groove Tones 7:00PM - 9:30PM
No Cover! The Boondocks Lounge 3306 N 1st Ave 690-0991

Thursday Night Board Games 7:00PM - 9:30PM
Play one of the games we have on our shelf, or bring your own from home to play with your friends and family/Bookman's 3733 W. Ina Rd 579-0303

The SlaughterHouse - Tucson's Scariest Haunted House! 7:00PM - 10:00PM
5 Terrifying Haunts: Twisted Tree Mortuary/CarnEvil/The Boiler Room/City Meats/Apocalypse/Tickets $21-$75/1102 W Grant Rd 784-2501

Bluz Nite 7:00PM - 10:00PM
Blues/Funk/Soul/$3 cover or pay $10 on this night & see all 3 blues concerts this weekend at Monterey Court 505 W Miracle Mile 207-2429

Music by Aaron Behren & The Midnight Stroll 7:00PM - 10:00PM
With Ranch Ghost/Hotel Congress 311 E Congress St 622-8848

JAZZ in AZ 7:30PM
$16/$14/$12/This fast paced show has a sampling of jazz, tap and contemporary dance/UofA Stevie Eller Dance Theater 1737 E University Blvd 621-1162

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) [Revised] 7:30PM
Praised by the LA Times as "wildly funny" & the Montreal Gazette as "the funniest show you are likely to see in your entire lifetime", this irreverent fast paced romp parodies all 37 of Shakespeare's plays in 97 min/Live Theatre Workshop 327-4242

Borderlands Theater presents: They Call Me A Hero 7:30PM
World Premiere/Based on the memoirs of Daniel Hernandez, the 20 year old intern who saved Congresswoman Gabrielle Gifford's life & became a national hero/Zuzi's Theater 738 N 5th Ave/Box Office 882-7406

Arizona Repertory Theatre presents: Lend Me A Tenor 7:30PM
The greatest Italian tenor in the world, Il Stupendo is to sing the lead in Otello/When his wife leaves him a "Dear John" letter, the distraught singer takes a double dose of tranquilizers/Next is a laugh-out-loud chain reaction of mistaken identity, farcical plot twists, double entendres & musical mayhem/Marroney Theatre 1025 N Olive Rd 621-1162

Music by Tesoro 7:30PM - 10:00PM
Noble Hops Gastropub 1335 W. Lambert Lane-Oro Valley 797-4677

Music by Young Dubliners 8:00PM
Celtic Rock/The Rialto Theatre 318 E Congress St 740-1000

Geeks Who Drink! 8:00PM
Pub Trivia Quiz: Free to play-Win bar cash & drink giveaways! Bumsted's 500 N 4th Ave 622-1413

Adult Skate 8:00PM - 10:00PM
Must be over 18/Skate Country 7980 E. 22nd St 298-4409

Music by Tony Frank & Friends 8:00PM - 11:00PM
New piano/Come swing with TF, Lew Lepley & Ric Shosie/Intimate/Imports/No TVs/Real Jazz at Unplugged Wine Bar 118 E Congress St 884-1800

Music by Neon Prophet 9:00PM
Chicago Bar 5954 E Speedway Blvd 748-8169

Ivy League Night 9:00PM
No Cover! Playing Electro, Trap, House, Dubstep & More/Rooftop DJ 9pm-12am/Inside DJ 10pm-1am/21+/Playground Bar & Lounge 278 E Congress 396-3691

Music by Mocking Birds & Ynot Karaoke 9:00PM - 10:00PM
80's New Wave/Retro Rock n' Roll/The Hut 305 N 4th Ave 623-3200

Maker House Jam Sesh 9:00PM - 11:00PM
Free! Bring your axes, drum kits, basses, saxophones, flutes, violins, etc/Everyone is invited/Specials on craft beers, just $3 at Maker House 283 N Stone Ave

The Optimist Club 10:00PM
Until 2am/$3 or free with opti card (membership)/Club Congress 622-8848

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