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Friday, October 24, 2014

Good and Plenty Day!
Celebrate the oldest branded candy in the United States today!

National Bologna Day!

"Pack The Park" Donation Drive 7:00AM - 7:00PM
Please help support our community & give back to those who are in need/Bring your donated items: Gently Used Clothing/Canned Food/Bottled Water/Stuffed Animals/Personal Care Items-such as shampoo, soap, toiletries, things that we use in our everyday life/All donated items will be distributed at the 22nd Annual Hope Fest tomorrow/at Kino Stadium 2500 E Ajo Way 751-4673

United Way Days of Caring Buffel Bustin’ Removal Project 8:00AM - 12:00PM
Come spend a fun morning removing invasive species from the Tucson Park West Neighborhood/We'll be digging out buffelgrass & other invasives/Our work will focus on 2 shallow washes that run through the neighborhood/Work sites are easily accessible, should be easy digging & we should have plenty of shade/Must register online www.unitedwaytucson.org/DOC2014/ Call 837-6836

Heirloom Farmers Market 9:00AM - 1:00PM
Jesse Owens Park 400 S Sarnoff Dr 882-2157

Friday Farmers Market 9:00AM - 2:00PM
Fresh Produce/Baked Goods/Salsa/Jams/Local Honey/Natural Lotions/Artisans/Jewelry/Unique Handcrafted Gifts & More at Catalina Farmers Market Artworks & More 16733 N Oracle Rd in Catalina/Contact Antoinette (970) 903-0529 to reserve a space

Scholastic Book Fair 9:00AM - 3:30PM
Open to all, this fair has books for children Pre-K-8th Grade & a few for adults/The school's teachers will have their "wish lists" for books they would like for their classrooms/Proceeds benefit CAI's Preschool/Kindergarten/Congregation Anshei Israel 5550 E 5th St (at Craycroft) 745-5550

Green Valley Fall Fine Art & Craft Show - Country Fair Event 9:00AM - 5:00PM
Continental Shopping Plaza 210 W Continental Rd in Green Valley 625-5005

Signs of Life in the Desert 9:45AM
40 min walk/Join a park ranger for a short walk, part of it in a wash, near the visitor center to search for evidence of animal life at Saguaro National Park West 733-5158

Reptile Ramble 10:00AM
Tohono Chul's ever-popular live animal demonstration returns! Free with admission/Tohono Chul Park 7366 N Paseo Del Norte 742-6455

Exploring Tucson Botanical Gardens Tour 10:00AM - 10:45AM
This delightful morning tour offers a brief history of the Gardens, familiarizes guests with our native flora & showcases the wide variety of plants that grow successfully in Tucson/Included with Gardens admission/Tucson Botanical Gardens 326-9686 ext. 10

Story Time! 10:00AM - 11:00AM
Snacks, crafts & story-telling fun! Bookman's 1930 E. Grant Rd 325-5767

UA Campus Tree Tour - Edible Landscapes 10:00AM - 11:30AM
Identify native & exotic edible trees growing & harvested from our campus landscape/Tour groups are to meet at the Fountain west of Old Main/Tours last approx. 90 min/Additional tours & times available by request/RSVP to confirm your attendance or to arrange a group tour 621-7074

ADDED Friends of the Oro Valley Public Library Book Sale 10:00AM - 5:00PM
Half a Price Day! Oro Valley Library 1305 W Naranja Dr 594-5670

Fall Book Sale (Half Price Day) 10:00AM - 5:00PM
More than 20,000 books including such categories as: Art, Children, History, Humor, Literature, Mystery, Romance, Southwest, Sports, CDs, DVDs & much more/Oro Valley Library 594-5580

22nd Annual Southwest Flair A-Fair 10:00AM - 5:00PM
Free Admission! Extensive Raffle Booth/More than 150 of the region's finest artisans will showcase their high-quality arts & crafts at Plaza Palomino 2960 N Swan Rd/Proceeds benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tucson 624-2447

Art Attack AZ Arts & Crafts Festival 10:00AM - 5:00PM
We feature Artists of various mediums-Paintings, Wearable art, Photography, Jewelry, Ceramics, Yard Art, Music & many more unique items at 6741 N Thornydale in Marana (north of Orange Grove-west side) Contact Nancy Criswell 481-8001 or Kevin Sack 578-5142

Living With Giants 10:30AM - 11:15AM
30 min talk/A biologist explains how it provides shelter & substance for wildlife; when it flowers; its growth patterns & how it fights for survival against drought, lightning, frost & other dangers/Wheelchair accessible/Saguaro National Park West 733-5158

Military Discount Special 11:00AM
Show your military ID & get $2 off at the door + drink specials/Open until 2am/Chicago Bar 5954 E Speedway Blvd 748-8169

Food Truck Friday @ The Sunshine Mile 11:00AM
The Sunshine Mile is hosting Food Truck Fridays every Friday at 2419 E Broadway for lunch & dinner 5pm-8pm/Deco: An Illuminating Experience 319-0888

Strings Attached 11:00AM - 12:30PM
All Skill Levels Welcome/An informal group for knitters, crocheters & fiber fanciers-Books, patterns, and online resources at every gathering/Dusenberry-River Library 594-5345

Urban Yarns @ the Library 11:00AM - 1:00PM
Bring your hooks, needles & lunches/Meet fellow fiber fanatics, peruse the library's latest fiber-themed books & find inspiration for your next project/No instruction provided/Joel D. Valdez Main Library 594-5500

Living History: Medicine of the Spanish Colonial Period 11:00AM - 2:00PM
When the Spanish soldiers & their families settled Tubac in 1752, there was no doctor or surgeon among them/This living history program features a display of medicinal herbs & plants & knowledgeable commentary by an herbalist who will tell visitors how these plants were used by "curanderas" (healers) to treat illness & injuries/Included with park admission/Tubac Presidio State Historic Park 1 Burruel St in Tubac 398-2252

Gary Stroutsos Concert: Enduring Legacy of Southwest Rim Flutes 12:00PM
12PM & 2PM/The National Parks Store 12880 N Vistoso Village Dr-Oro Valley 622-6014 (Reservations Required-$12 WNPA members/$15 nonmembers)

Native Eyes Film Showcase: Meet the Filmmakers 12:00PM - 1:00PM
Free! Brown-bag lunch discussion about women filmmakers, creating films with Native American stories & making documentaries/Meet Julianna Brannum (Comanche), director of the film, LaDonna Harris: Indian 101 & Kristina Kiehl, producer of the film, The Cherokee Word for Water/Dept. of Gender & Women's Studies (Room 100) 925 N Tyndall St (UA campus) Arizona State Museum 621-6302

Canyon Quilters 12:00PM - 3:00PM
Adults & Teens/Bring your quilts and join with other quilters to share projects and problems/Kirk-Bear Canyon Library 594-5275

HOPE Animal Shelter at Petco! 12:00PM - 4:00PM
HOPE is at Petco 5625 E River Rd every Fri & Sat/Your best friend is waiting for you! HOPE Animal Shelter 792-9200

Friday Score Big 12:00PM - 4:00PM
$1.39 games & $1.39 shoe rental-Plus $1.39 food specials/Golden Pin Lanes located at 1010 W. Miracle Mile 888-4272

Lizards are Hot, Lizards are Cool 1:15PM - 1:45PM
30 min talk/Frequently overlooked, discover how these small denizens of the desert become a critical component of our desert community/Wheelchair accessible/Saguaro National Park West 733-5158

Adult Outreach Presentation 2:00PM
"Summer in France" by Jacquelyn Feller/Oro Valley Branch Library 1305 W Naranja Dr 594-5580

UofA Museum of Art Lecture Series 2:00PM - 3:00PM
Adults/Summer in France - An illustrated presentation of summer landscapes and daily life in 19th and 20th century France/Presented by Jacquelyn Feller/Oro Valley Library 594-5580

The CCC in Saguaro NP 2:15PM - 3:00PM
45 min talk/Old photos & movie clips illustrate a brief history of the CCC in this area/Wheelchair accessible/Saguaro National Park West 733-5158

Friday Planetarium Shows 4:00PM
Touring the Solar System 4PM/Desert Moon 5:30PM/Tucson Sky & Beyond 7PM/Back to the Moon for Good 8PM/Laser Music Show 9PM/UA Science Flandrau Planetarium 621-STAR

ADDED Pumpkin Carving pARTy Extravaganza! 4:00PM - 7:00PM
2nd annual Pumpkin Carving contest! $5 covers your entry fee; bring your own pumpkin & carving tools/We will provide drinks, treats & a space to create your masterpiece/The pumpkins will be juried tonight-1st prize $25/2nd prize a Gift Certificate valid for a hair cut from The Sanctuary-all natural hair & body salon/3rd prize a $20 gift certificate to our School of the Arts/WomanKraft Art Center 388 S Stone Ave 629-9976

ADDED Tutored Beer & Cheese Tasting with Deschutes Brewery 5:00PM - 7:00PM
Hey, everyone knows that beer & cheese make a great combo/But do you know how to pair the two so they sing in perfect harmony in your mouth? We'll have local gourmet cheese from Blu, Oregon beer from Deschutes Brewery (lots of beers!) & the gang from Deschutes, including Chef Jeff Usinowicz & a Brewer Kyle Spencer, will be in the house to answer questions & chat beer/Get a commemorative pint glass & meet Woody, Deschutes' giant traveling beer barrel at Tap & Bottle 403 N 6th Ave #135 344-8999

Adah Lineweaver Elementary Fall Carnival with Food Trucks 5:00PM - 7:00PM
Fall Carnival at Lineweaver Elementary 461 S Bryant Ave with Free Spirit Indian Fry Bread, You Sly Dog, Sonoran Mexican Cuisine & Jackie's Food Court/David Aguirre 869-3166

My Gym Fall Spooktacular 5:00PM - 7:00PM
Benefitting the My Gym Challenged America Foundation/Admission per child is a cash donation/Meet at My Gym to enjoy our scavenger hunt for "Mymo's" &
receive a free kids meal ticket to Dickey's/My Gym Children's Fitness Center 7942 N Oracle Rd in Oro Valley 514-9192

ADDED Salpointe 2014 Homecoming - Sal's Diner/Reunions 5:00PM - 7:00PM
Join in the Salpointe 2014 Homecoming festivities! $10 a ticket/Salpointe Student Parking Lot 1545 E Copper St/Contact Peggie Gessner 547-9365

Mesquite Elementary Fall Festival & Food Truck Roundup 5:00PM - 8:00PM
Lots of fun kids activities at this Rita Ranch location/With Feature Gourmet Food Truck, Gigi's Peruvian Fusion, Bam Bam Mexican Asian Fusion, Mustache Mike's Italian Ice, BBQ Rush, Haus of Brats, Hellfire Pizza Co & more/9455 E Rita Rd/David Aguirre 869-3166

Halloween Howl 5:00PM - 9:00PM
Candlelight Ghost Tours of the Cave, Haunted Hayrides of the Ranch, Jumping Castles, Thrilling Maze, Pony Rides, Petting Zoo, Games, Fun, Food & More/$1 Park Admission per car or bring a can of food (not outdated or dented please!) for the community food drive & get in free/Colossal Cave Mountain Park 16721 E Old Spanish Trail in Vail 647-7275 (Reservations requested for Hayrides 647-3450)

Night of Fright 5:00PM - 9:00PM
Kids! Costumes! Candy! Crafts! "Non-Scary" Halloween carnival fun for the whole family/Admission $10 for ages 13 & older/Members & kids ages 12 & under free/Aircraft & exhibits in the Main Hangar open for viewing under ghoulish lights/Pima Air & Space Museum 574-0462

2 Remarkable Native American Women To Be Honored at UA Women's Plaza of Honor 5:30PM
Free! LaDonna Harris (Comanche) & the late Wilma Mankiller (Cherokee) will be honored at an induction ceremony/The public is invited to attend/Reception at the Arizona State Museum immediately following/at the Women's Plaza of Honor-located between Centennial Hall & the AZ State Museum, just inside the Main Gate at Park Ave & University Blvd/Contact Lisa Falk 626-2973

Tim Burton's Frankenweenie 5:30PM
Outdoor screening with Halloween Doggie Costume Contest at 5:30pm/Movie 6:30pm/Loft Cinema 3233 E Speedway Blvd 795-0844

Music by Tom Walbank with Roman Barten-Sherman 5:30PM - 9:00PM
Hotel Congress 311 E Congress St 622-8848

CANCELED Spreading Sparks of Hope in AZ - Empowering Child Survivors of Abuse to Thrive! 5:45PM - 6:45PM
Event will be rescheduled! Please join us & hear about this amazing nonprofit organization that is coming to AZ! Meet the Founders & AZ State Director/US Bank Building 1 S Church Ave 22nd Floor/Arizona State Director, Holly Perreault 664-4100

"The Party!" 6:00PM
Join us for an evening of generous giving & incredible fun to support the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tucson/Will feature delicious food by Fox Restaurant Concepts, libations, live entertainment & dancing by Desert Diamond Casinos & Entertainment, exciting silent & live auctions including one-of-a-kind vacations & more! Until 12am/Tucson Convention Center 260 S Church Ave 573-3533 www.bgctuc.org (SEE PAGE 16)

Nightfall 6:00PM
Until 12am/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

Harry Potter & the Haunted Ruins 6:00PM
Join Harry, Ron, Hermione & all your favorite professors for this amazing magical romp through the newest Hogwarts campus at Valley of the Moon 2544 E Allen Rd/Gates open at 5:30/Tours run every 20 min from 6-8:20pm (8:40 on weekends) Limited Tickets/$10/16 & under free/All comers get a free Magic Wand from Ollivander's Wand Shop 323-1331

Cronan The Barbarian 6:00PM
2 Shows: 6PM & 8:30PM/"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

Corn Maze - Flashlight Nights 6:00PM
Until 12am/$15 per person/Kids 5 & under free/Must be accompanied by an adult/Flashlights $5 or bring your own/Buckelew Farm 17000 W Ajo Way 822-2277

Friday Fun with 9 Queens 6:00PM - 8:00PM
All are welcome to join open chess gaming/Bookman's 6230 E. Speedway Blvd 748-9555

Howl-o-Ween 2014 6:00PM - 8:00PM
Fun, safe trick-or-treating at the Zoo! Enjoy costumed characters & decorations galore as you stroll through the Zoo/For all ages, with limited spooks & scares, but lots of excitement around every corner/The line will open for Members starting at 5:30pm/$7 ages 2 & up/$5 for Zoo Members/Kids under 2 free/Reid Park Zoo 3400 Zoo Court 791-3204

Trick or Tennis Mixed Doubles Tournament 6:00PM - 9:00PM
Adults-All NTRP levels/Costumes strongly encouraged! Play 3 sets against 3 different opponents in just 3 hours! Register with a partner or we can pair you up! Raffle tickets given out to all those wearing a costume & there’s a prize for the best dressed mixed doubles team! Reffkin Tennis Center 791-4896 to register

"Wearhouse" DJ Sync & JCat + UA Retailing & Consumer Sciences 6:30PM - 7:30PM
Benefit Concert-Tickets $50/A collaborative performance, lecture/demonstration and clothing sale! Includes drinks, appetizers and performance/All proceeds benefit Artifact Dance Project/Artifact Dance Project Studios in downtown Tucson 17 E. Toole Ave 780-6879 (Clothing Sale on 10/25 10AM-5PM No Admission)

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

Film Screening - Edgar Cayce: The Beautiful Dreamer 7:00PM
$7 adv/$12 day of show/Edgar Cayce (1877 - 1945), was dubbed "the Sleeping Prophet" and "the Father of Holistic Medicine" because he was able to bring forth incredible healing info from a deep, self-induced trance/The Sea Of Glass-Center For The Arts 330 E 7th St 398-2542

Friday Night Races 7:00PM
Legends-Bandoleros-Bombers/Tucson Speedway 11955 S Harrison Rd 762-1600 (Gates Open 5PM)

Cabaret: British Invasion! 7:00PM
An Evening of Comedy & Song! Enjoy the music theater of Great Britain, a Silent Auction, Raffle & Refreshments at 7pm/Entertainment & Dessert 8pm/Profits benefit 2016 summer choral residency of St. Philip's youth choirs at Worcester Cathedral in the UK/St. Philip's in the Hills Episcopal Church 4440 N Campbell Ave (at River) 222-7277

Music by The Day on Fire 7:00PM
Buckelew Farm 17000 W Ajo Way 822-2277

Meet the Author - Starr Sanders 7:00PM
Join us for the book launch of Tucson author Starr Sanders debut novel, The Boy Without a Face at Antigone Books 411 N 4th Ave 792-3715

The SlaughterHouse - Tucson’s Scariest Haunted House! 7:00PM
Until 12am/5 Terrifying Haunts: Twisted Tree Mortuary/CarnEvil/The Boiler Room/City Meats/Apocalypse/Tickets $21-$75/1102 W Grant Rd 784-2501

Terror In The Corn (Haunted Cornfield) 7:00PM
Until 12am/$25 per person/Not recommended for kids 12 yrs & under-parental discretion strongly advised/Price includes Terror In The Corn & the entire Corn Maze/Buckelew Farm 17000 W Ajo Way 822-2277

PCC Volleyball vs Glendale CC 7:00PM
Pima CC West Campus Aztecs Gymnasium 2202 W. Anklam Rd 206-3035

UofA Soccer vs Stanford 7:00PM
Area Youth Soccer Night/Murphey Field at Mulcahy Stadium 621-CATS

Kirkin' o' the Tartans Service of Worship 7:00PM
Glorious & memorable evening service of prayer & blessing! With beautiful, uplifting music provided by our Sanctuary Choir we reach out in asking God's blessings on our families, loved ones & community/If your family has a tartan, please bring it with you/Northminster Presbyterian Church Sanctuary 2450 E Ft. Lowell Rd 327-7121

Tucson Improv Movement - The Soap Box 7:00PM - 8:30PM
Featuring a variety of guest monologists & Tucson's most aggressive cast of improvisers/See our cast perform the Armando long-form format, based on our special guest story-tellers/TIM Comedy Theater 329 E 7th St 314-7299

Music by Tim Barry at the Rincon 7:00PM - 9:00PM
Free! Tim Barry playing jazz, blues & old standards/Have some food & libations at the new Rincon Market 2513 E 6th St 327-6653

One Cup of Java LIVE Trivia Challenge 7:00PM - 9:30PM
Free! Hosted by KXCI's morning show quiz master Randy/Nightly prizes & a $500 grand prize for the top team in the 10-week season/60 questions a night across 3 rounds, played by teams comprised of 2-6 people/For all ages & family teams/Free parking in the Franklin lot across the street from Maker House 283 N Stone Ave

Jazz Music by Pete Swan Trio 7:00PM - 10:00PM
Pete Swan-drums/Scott Black-bass/Angelo Versace-keys/Reservations recommended/Pastiche 3025 N Campbell Ave 325-3333

Music by Angel Diamond & the Blues Disciples 7:00PM - 10:00PM
$3 Cover/Blues Dance Band/Monterey Court 505 W Miracle Mile 207-2429

No Frills - Cheap Thrills Dance Happenin' 7:30PM
ZUZI! Dance Company, School & Theater presents a variety of performers throughout Tucson & Southern AZ who come to share fresh & innovative works from various stages of the creative process/Show in the ZUZI! Theater in the Historic Y 738 N 5th Ave 629-0237

Waypoint Theatre Company presents: Church Basement Ladies 7:30PM
Set in 1964-65, the show is a hilarious musical comedy & heartfelt reflection on the 4 women who tirelessly prepare the food & solve problems for the congregation at a rural Minnesota church/2 hrs with one 15 min intermission/No babies or small kids/Family friendly show-ages 5 & up/ASDB Berger Performing Arts Center 1200 W Speedway 742-9079

9 Parts of Desire 7:30PM
By Heather Raffo/This Off Broadway hit was inspired by the playwright's trip to a modern art museum in Baghdad in Aug 1993 & details the lives of 9 Iraqi women that span the decades between the first & second Gulf Wars & occupation/Contains Adult Themes/Not recommended for kids under 17/Live Theatre Workshop 327-4242

Not Burnt Out Just Unscrewed Improv Comedy Troupe 7:30PM
$5 Admission/All shows are made up on the spot based on audience suggestion/Family Friendly Show at Unscrewed Theater 3244 E Speedway Blvd 289-8076

Arizona Repertory Theatre presents: Frankenstein 7:30PM
By Victor Gialanella from the novel by Mary Shelley/Directed by Brent Gibbs/Tornabene Theatre 621-1162

Arizona Theatre Company presents: Wait Until Dark 7:30PM
Opening Night! Written by Frederick Knott/Adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher/at the Temple of Music & Art 330 S Scott Ave 622-2823

Circus Electronica: Singularity 7:30PM
A new frontier in live stage performances, this multi-media live event blends the worlds of traditional European-style circus with contemporary Electronic Dance Music/All Ages/Fox Theatre 17 W Congress 547-3040

UA Presents: UA Dance "Premium Blend" 7:30PM
Performing Ben Stevenson's "Four Last Songs"/Will feature a new ballet by James Clouser & fresh choreography by the award-winning faculty of the School of Dance at Stevie Eller Dance Theatre 621-3364

Music by Jim Malcolm - Scottish Folksinger 7:30PM - 9:00PM
The ultimate Scots troubadour! Armed with guitar, harmonica & great wit, Jim Malcolm sings the traditional songs of Scotland & his own masterfully crafted songs that are modern, accessible & absolutely authentic/Tickets $20-$25/Tubac Center of the Arts 9 Plaza Rd 398-2371

UofA Hockey vs. Liberty 7:30PM - 9:30PM
Tickets at the TCC Ticket Office & Ticketmaster 1-800-745-3000/TCC Arena 260 S Church 791-4101

Music by Sinkane 8:00PM
With Helado Negro/Hotel Congress 311 E Congress St 622-8848

Cirque Roots Fire 8:00PM
Circus Fire & Flow Performances every 2nd & 4th Fri of the month at Skybar 536 N 4th Ave/Cirque Roots 261-4667

Flip the Switch Fridays Presents: Music by Hey Bucko & The Modeens 8:00PM
Maker House 283 N Stone Ave

Comedy by Brian Bradley 8:00PM
Another show 10:30pm/Laffs Comedy Caffe' 2900 E Broadway 323-8669

Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto 8:00PM
Jose Luis Gomez-conductor/Chee-Yun-violin/Tucson Music Hall 260 S Church/Tucson Symphony Orchestra 882-8585

ADDED Beer-lesque: Tastings & Tassels with Deschutes Brewery 8:00PM - 11:00PM
An evening full of craft beer coupled with Naughty Pierre & some very lovely ladies/The ladies will feature a Deschutes Brewery beer in each of their burlesque & variety stage acts/We'll have a Deschutes brewer on hand to answer questions, along with his portly buddy, Woody, a giant traveling beer barrel/A portion of the proceeds from the evening will go to benefit Southern AZ Artist & Musicians Healthcare Alliance (SAAMHA) at Hotel Congress 311 E Congress St 622-8848

Music by Jacques Taylor & The Real Deal 8:30PM
Show goes until 12:30am/$5 Cover/The Boondocks Lounge 3306 N 1st Ave 690-0991

Hot Era Party! 9:00PM
Until 2am/Fri Nights/DJs + Special Guest/Visuals/Drink Specials/No Cover Ever/Dance Party/Late Night Slices/Free Buttons & Stickers/Sky Bar 536 N 4th Ave 622-4300

Tamara Zenobia - Storyteller, Songstress & Vocal Sound Healer 9:00PM
A sound healing concert like no other/Mesmerising, soul string vocals over delicious beats, ethereal sound & electric groove/A performance you won't want to miss/Tickets on sale at the door $8-$20 Sliding Scale/Doors open at 8pm/Concert starts at 9pm/Fluxx Studio & Gallery 414 E 9th St/Tamara 261-2176

Dance Fusion with DJ Blade 9:00PM
Until 2am/21+/No Cover/Mix of your favorite dance music at Desert Diamond Casino 7350 S Nogales Highway 294-7777

Latin Dance Revolution presents: "Latin Lovers Salsa Fridays" 9:00PM
Dance your cares away to different bands every Friday/Salsa, Mambo, Timba, Bachata, ChaCha, Merengue & more/Dancing until 2am/Free Salsa/Bachata Lesson 9pm-10pm/Singles & couples welcome/Cover $7 till 10pm, $10 after/at CLUB XS 5851 E Speedway Blvd 444-0439

Cyber Bowling 9:30PM
Futuristic Light Show & Music (Price includes unlimited bowling & shoe rental) Fiesta Lane 887-2695/Tucson Bowl 747-1363/Santa Cruz Lanes 622-2186

Late Night Cult Classics - Labyrinth 10:00PM
With director Mark Devries & vegan bodybuilder Robert Cheeke in person/Loft Cinema 3233 E Speedway Blvd 795-0844

Cyber Bowling 10:00PM
Light Show, Music & Videos (Price includes unlimited bowling & shoe rental) Lucky Strike Bowl 327-4926

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