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Sunday, September 21, 2014

7th Annual Arizona Underground Film Festival
Sept. 19th-27th/AZ's only premier genre cult film festival & one of the biggest underground film festivals in the country/Film categories: Narrative, Horror, Documentaries, Experimental, Animation & Exploitation/General Admission $8/at The Screening Room 127 E Congress St 882-0204/Go online to see the festival schedule: www.azuff.org

National Pecan Cookie Day!

Weekly Activities for Active Single Adults 55+
Join us for friendship, making new acquaintances and activities-Such as Happy Hours at local restaurants-Dances-Hikes-Tennis-Karaoke-Day Trips-Theatre-Game Nights & more! "Tucson Social Singles Club" is a non-profit organization for adults 55+, who are single, legally separated, divorced or widowed/For info call John 622-1006 or Shirley 751-6330

International Day of Peace!

32nd Annual Harvesting of the Vine Festival
$15/person, under 21 free/Music by Buzz and the Soul Senders/Crowning of AZ's King & Queen of Grape Stomping/Awards of local scholarships/Food available at additional cost/A day full of fun in the heart of AZ's wine country, only one hour from Tucson/The Village of Elgin Winery 471 Elgin Rd in Elgin 455-9309

Miniature Golf Day!

Mindful Walking 6:00AM
The Gardens will open its gates starting at 6am for morning walkers to enjoy the garden setting & a little exercise before it gets too hot/Admission is suggested donation only until 7am/After 7am, $8/adults, members are free/Tucson Botanical Gardens 326-9686

My-Oh-My Apple Pie Weekend & Country Craft Fair 2014 7:30AM - 5:00PM
"All-You-Can Eat" pancake with apple pie syrup breakfast 7:30-10:30am/Free apple pie samples/Apple-smoked burger lunches served 11:30-3pm/Complimentary wagon rides to the orchard for pick-your-own apples/Crafters from around AZ with beautiful handmade crafts for sale 8am-4pm/Apple Annie's Orchard 2081 W Hardy Rd in Willcox 384-2084

Adult Tennis Boot Camp 8:00AM - 11:00AM
Sept. 19th-21st/You can register for the entire weekend or just for 1 or 2 of the days/Every day works on different parts of the overall game of tennis/For every level player from beginners to advanced level players/From 2.5 to 4.5 NTRP level/4 to 1 coach to student ratio/To register call the Reffkin Tennis Center 791-4896

Food in Root Farmers' Market 8:00AM - 12:00PM
St. Philip's Plaza 4280 N Campbell Ave 261-6982 (Feel free to text that number if it's easier!)

The 99th Annual Santa Cruz County Fair 2014 8:00AM - 12:00PM
Military Day-Free entry for family of 4 with ID/Cowboy Church/Gymkhana/4-H BBQ/4-H/FFA Livestock auction/Mariachi Band/Horseshoes Tournament/Vintage Campers/Farmers Market/4-H/FFA Competition & Exhibits/Farm Animal Exhibit/Quilt Room/Student Displays/Music/Clown/Balloon Animals/Magician/Face Painting/Kids Activities/Carnival/3142 S Highway 83 in Sonoita, AZ 455-5553

Heirloom Farmers Market 8:00AM - 12:00PM
50 market vendors, food trucks, live music & chef demos at Rillito Park 4502 N 1st Ave 882-2157

Garlic Festival 8:00AM - 5:00PM
Live Music-Wine Tasting-Food Specials-Recipe Contests/Queen Creek Olive Mill 25062 S. Meridian Rd-Queen Creek 480-888-9290

Music by Emma Peterson 9:00AM
Tucson Coffee Roasters 3225 N Swan Rd (Camp Lowell & Swan) Ste. 111 403-1240

Sunday 99 Games 9:00AM
With 99 shoe rental all day & all night/Golden Pin Lanes 1010 W. Miracle Mile 888-4272

The WORKship Project 9:00AM - 11:30AM
Every Sunday Morning/Group of volunteers, mostly families, feed between 100 to 300 homeless Tucsonans at the Z Mansion downtown/WORKship volunteers also simultaneously staff a clothing bank, help run an extensive first-aid station, entertain their guests, 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)

Food in Root Farmers' Market 9:00AM - 2:00PM
Santa Fe Square 7000 E Tanque Verde Rd 261-6982 (Feel free to text that number if it's easier!)

It’s a Good Time for a Bloody Mary! 9:00AM - 10:00PM
Sam-Witches and Such 6502 E. Tanque Verde Rd 203-7111 www.SamWitches.com

Multi-Generational Intro to Kingian Nonviolence 9:30AM - 5:00PM
A two-day, participatory workshop for high school, college youth & adults of all ages/Training covers info about nonviolence as a courageous way of life & a powerful strategy for creating social change/Suggested Donation Fee-Adults $25/College $15/Middle & High School $5/City High School 48 E Pennington St/Must register by Sept. 12th 991-6781

lululemon athletica Complimentary Yoga 10:00AM
Free! Come flow & play every Sunday at La Encantada 2905 E Skyline Dr/Arrive early to set up your mat/All levels welcome/In-store/lululemon athletica 529-7024

Yoga @ MOCA 10:00AM - 11:00AM
Nourish your mind, body & soul practicing yoga among inspiring works of art with yogi Bre Downing in MOCA's Great Hall/Free for MOCA members/$5 non-members/Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson 265 S Church Ave 624-5019

Music by Hot Club of Tucson 10:30AM - 1:30PM
Free Brunch Time Jazz! Matt Mitchell-acoustic guitar/Nick Coventry-violin/Evan Dain-acoustic bass/Hotel Congress 311 E Congress St 622-8848

CSI: Saguaro 10:45AM
45 min talk/Calling all sleuths/Join us in the basement morgue to figure out "Who Killed Sam Saguaro?" for a spine-in-cheek examination of the mortality of this lovable giant/Wheelchair accessible/Saguaro National Park West 733-5158

Center for New Thought Spirituality 10:45AM
Solutions for living in today's world/10:45am Meditation/11am Youth Church & Sunday Celebration Service followed by Refreshments & Socializing/Rev. George Wrigley, Senior Minister/Metro Water Company Meeting Room 6265 N La Canada 861-8734

Elf on a Shelf: A Birthday Tradition 11:00AM
We will read Elf on the Shelf: A Birthday Tradition book & kit/Barnes & Noble (Eastside) 5130 E Broadway 512-1166

Sunday Planetarium Shows 11:00AM
Legends of the Night Sky 11AM/Magic Tree House Space Mission 1PM/Touring the Solar System 3PM/Magic Tree House Space Mission 4PM/UA Science Flandrau Planetarium 621-STAR

Greyhound Meet & Greet 11:00AM - 1:00PM
Meet our greyt volunteers, talk Greyhounds, browse our literature & of course meet Greyhounds in person at PetSmart 7727 E Broadway Blvd/Southern Arizona Greyhound Adoption 955-7421

Greyhound Meet & Greet 11:00AM - 1:00PM
Meet our greyt volunteers, talk Greyhounds, browse our literature & of course meet Greyhounds in person at Petco (Oro Valley Marketplace) 11985 N Oracle Rd/Southern Arizona Greyhound Adoption 955-7421

Rescue A Golden of Arizona 11:00AM - 1:00PM
RAGA-Promoting animal welfare, education and adoption screening/Bookman's 6230 E. Speedway Blvd 748-9555

Greyhound Meet & Greet 11:00AM - 1:00PM
Meet our greyt volunteers, talk Greyhounds, browse our literature & of course meet Greyhounds in person at Petco (Green Valley) 18785 S I-19 Frontage Rd in Sahuarita/Southern Arizona Greyhound Adoption 955-7421

4th Annual Arizona Insect Festival 2014 11:00AM - 4:00PM
Free! More than 20 booths/Theme-based, interactive activities & exhibits about the importance of insects in our lives & exciting UA research/A fantastic day of facts & fun for the entire family/University of Arizona Student Union Grand Ballroom, 3rd Floor/UA Dept. of Entomology 621-1151

Southern Arizona Author Series 11:30AM - 12:30PM
Jerry Harris speaks on The Broken Circle, a story of loss, quests, redemption & relationships between blacks & whites in America today/He'll also provide a glimpse into his latest novel, a modern-day western set in So. AZ/Donation/Unity of Tucson 3617 N Camino Blanco, Classroom 3/More info 322-0832

Mt. Lemmon Ski Valley presents AZ's most authentic Oktoberfest! 11:45AM - 5:00PM
Free Admission! $5 Parking/Weekends through Oct 12th/German food, beer & music provided by the John Prokop Band 576-1321

UofA Soccer vs Idaho 12:00PM
Murphey Field at Mulcahy Stadium 621-CATS

2014 KFMA Fall Ball - Rockstar Energy Uproar Festival 12:00PM
One of Southern AZ's largest outdoor concert festivals/Music by Godsmack/Seether/Buck Cherry/Pop Evil/Escape The Fate/Tickets available at all Tucson-area Pizza Hut locations/Kino Sports Complex 2500 E Ajo Way/KFMA 407-4500

Lonny's Lucky Poker & Free Pool 12:00PM - 2:00PM
Free to play! Texas Hold 'Em/Points are added weekly for a buyout to the casino every month/The Boondocks Lounge 3306 N 1st Ave 690-0991

Free Admission in September! 12:00PM - 4:00PM
The Mini Museum is Celebrating its 5th Anniversary! Wander through the "Exploring the World Gallery" which features contemporary miniatures depicting life around the world, and be amazed by the accuracy of scale and fine attention to detail achieved by the artists represented in this gallery/ Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures 881-0606 www.TheMiniTimeMachine.org (SEE PAGE 5)

Tucson Bonsai Society Monthly Meeting 12:00PM - 4:00PM
Free! "Show Set Up & Three Point Display" by Wayne Blankenship/Fun, informative & interactive presentation on how to display your personal collection and/or help with a club show/Raffle & workshop to follow/at the Catalina United Methodist Church, Building H, Room 230/President Ray Noseck 760-0128

Adopt-A-Bull of Southern Arizona 12:00PM - 4:00PM
Supports ending euthanasia of adoptable bully breeds/Bookman's 3733 W. Ina Rd 579-0303

Music by Mik and the Funky Brunch 12:30PM - 2:30PM
Mik Garrison is a beat-box looping, bassist, singer, saxman & a funk/afro-pop/jazz groove original songwriter that will free-style & make you shake yo rump at La Cocina Restaurant & Cantina 201 N Court Ave 622-0351

All Together Theatre presents: Sleepy Hollow And the Ride of the Headless Stick-Horseman 1:00PM
An original story by Richard Gremel/Original music & lyrics by David Ragland/A fun adaptation of Washington Irving's classic tale/Full of kid-friendly spookiness, thrills & chills that will have the audience's heads rolling with laughter/Live Theatre Workshop 327-4242

NFL Arizona Cardinals! 1:00PM
VS San Francisco 49ers/Watch it at your Favorite Sports Bar!

Arizona Repertory Theatre presents: Lend Me A Tenor 1:30PM
Preview/Pre-Show Discussion 12:45pm/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

Arizona Theatre Company presents: Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike 2:00PM
In rural Bucks County, PA, Vanya & Sonia have frittered their lives away in their family's farmhouse full of regret, angst & the alarmingly ambiguous prophecies of their house keeper/Enter their sister, self-absorbed movie star Masha & the stage is set for an absurd weekend of hilarity & global warming/Another show 7pm/at the Temple of Music & Art 330 S Scott Ave 622-2823

Awake and Sing 2:00PM
Clifford Odets' masterpiece centers on the lives of an urban family during the Great Depression/Music Preshow 15 min before curtain/Discussion with the cast & director follows all performances/The Rogue Theatre at The Historic Y 300 E University Blvd 551-2053

Home Grown Tomatoes 2:00PM - 3:00PM
Free! Tips & recommendations for how to successfully grow tomatoes in Tucson/No Registration Required/Harlow Gardens 5620 E Pima St 298-3303

Pokemon Meet-Up 2:00PM - 4:00PM
Bring your cards or your D.S. and come battle with us. As the wise Ash Ketchum once said, "Let’s show them how to really party!" Bookman's 1930 E. Grant Rd 325-5767

Artists' Reception 2:00PM - 4:00PM
For Art Exhibit Cycles-New work by the Southern Arizona Encaustic Wax Artists/SAZWAX members create beautiful works with beeswax, using it either as a pigmented medium or as a means of collaging multi-media elements on a prepared surface/Tucson Jewish Community Center-JCC Fine Art Gallery 3800 E River Rd 299-3000

TADA! Fest 2014 2:30PM
The Tucson Alliance of Dramatic Artists presents the 4 finalists in their 2013/14 National Script-Submission Contest/Finalists will be read as staged readings/Talk-back after each show-the audience will discuss & vote on 5 categories & select a top winner to be presented in a World Premiere Jan. 10-25, 2015 as a full production/at The Temple of Music and Art's Cabaret Theatre/330 S Scott Ave/Sheldon Metz 722-9553

A Midsummer Night’s Dream 3:00PM
The brilliance of Shakespeare's dialog sparkles as brightly as moonlight on fairies wings as it carries us on a delightful journey into a dazzling world of love, magic and merriment! St. Francis Theatre NW corner of River Rd & Swan Rd Tickets and more information available at BrownPaperTickets.com or 800-838-3006(Tickets will be sold at the door as available) SEE PAGE 10

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) [Revised] 3:00PM
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

Cronan The Barbarian 3:00PM
2 Shows 3PM & 6PM/ "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

Meet the Hohokam 3:00PM
Come meet the early inhabitants of Saguaro NP in this auditorium presentation/Discover what their life was like here/What did these people use for food, shelter & clothing? Wheelchair accessible/Saguaro National Park East 733-5153

Film Screening - Peacemakers: Jeremy Gilley in Conversation with Prem Rawat 3:00PM
Free! Celebrate the UN International Day of Peace/A dynamic discussion between Prem Rawat, internationally recognized speaker on the subject of peace; and Jeremy Gilley, the filmmaker & founder of Peace One Day/The Loft Cinema 3233 E Speedway Blvd 795-7777

Bluegrass Music Jam Session 3:00PM - 5:00PM
Free! Sponsored by the Desert Bluegrass Association/Music & Arts 8320 Thornydale Rd Suite 150/170 579-2299

Clutterers Anonymous 4:00PM - 5:00PM
A free 12 step program to help handle clutter every Sunday in the Choir Room at Islands of the Stream Church 5360 E Pima St, just west of Craycroft/Contact Wendy 888-0088

Scrabble Club 4:00PM - 9:00PM
This club is free and new members are encouraged to join/Bookman's 1930 E. Grant Rd 325-5767

Sake Sunday 4:00PM - 10:00PM
Sake Specials-Music by DJ Aspen/On A Roll Sushi Bar 63 E Congress St 622-7655

Sacred Space Gathering 4:30PM - 6:30PM
Free! Open non-faith & interfaith weekly gathering for music & inspiration from the world's spiritual traditions & community connection/Free Child Care/Potluck & Live Music at 5:30pm/Temple of Music & Art 330 S Scott Ave 318-3557

Film Screening - Queen of the Sun 4:30PM - 6:30PM
Free! (2010, 83 min) Bees are crucially important to our health, happiness & our ecosystem/Queen of the Sun examines the many threats that our bees currently face & the steps we can take to protect them before it's too late/Tucson Jewish Community Center 3800 E River Rd 299-3000

Civano Food Truck Roll Call! 5:00PM - 8:00PM
With a variety of Food Trucks/Civano Neighborhood 5310 S Houghton/David Aguirre 869-3166

International Day of Peace 5:00PM - 9:00PM
Free! Historic Plaza in Ajo, AZ/Contact Liz Yon 387-3570

White Tiger Yacht Club 5:00PM - 9:00PM
Music by The Love Boat band/Half price bottles of wine, the smooth sounds of your favorite classic rock songs & the beauty of our patio makes your end of the week the best part of your week! Playground Bar & Lounge 278 E Congress 396-3691

Music by Last Call Girls - Classic Country Dance 5:30PM - 8:30PM
$5 Cover/Tucson's hottest classic country-dance band featuring Tex-Mex accordion, rock'n'roll fiddle & saucy-sultry vocals with Lisa McCallion leading the boys at The Boondocks Lounge 3306 N 1st Ave 690-0991

Mister Bing's Presents: Open Mic Night 6:00PM
All Ages/All Performers-singers, musicians, magicians, comedians, etc/Informal night of entertainment, food, cocktails & fun at McMahon's Prime Steakhouse 2959 N Swan Rd/Bryan Ewing aka Mister Bing 975-6694

Open Mic 6:00PM - 7:00PM
The Hut 305 N 4th Ave 623-3200

Music by Senor Gallego 6:00PM - 9:00PM
Free! Touring Tejano/Jazz Artist/Monterey Court 505 W Miracle Mile 207-2429

Family Night Skate 6:00PM - 9:00PM
Skate Country 7980 E. 22nd St 298-4409

ADDED 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

"Music Under the Stars" 7:00PM
Free Concert in the Park! Special Guest Artist, Banjoist Rob Wright/at the DeMeester Outdoor Performance Center in Reid Park 900 S Randolph Way/Tucson Pops Orchestra 722-5853

Loft Staff Selects - Cutthroat Island 7:00PM
One Showing Only! Loft Cinema 3233 E Speedway Blvd 795-0844

Roscoe Freund Sunday Night Jazz Forum 7:00PM - 10:00PM
Old Pueblo Grille 60 N Alvernon Way 326-6000

Stand Up to Stop Violence IV 7:30PM
David Fitzsimmons-master of ceremonies at Comedy for Charity's amazing variety show/Standup performances by Headliner Bill Dawes/Jill Bryan, Elliot Glicksman & Suzie Sexton/Music by LeeAnne Savage, Janee Starr & Hope Sullivan/Dancing & Juggling/Proceeds benefit Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse & Dancing in the Streets AZ/A Hollywoodesque event-Lifestyle Live will be interviewing our guests on the Red Carpet/Tickets $19-$49/Fox Theatre 17 W Congress 547-3040 (SEE PAGE 11)

Nerd Nite! 10:00PM
Free! Board Games/Card Games/Dice Games/War Games/B.Y.O.G. Too/Drink Specials/Kitchen open until 12am/Surly Wench Pub 424 N 4th Ave 882-0009

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