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History and Costumes of Ballet Folklorico 8:30AM - 12:00PM
Every Tuesday, Wednesday & Saturday through Oct. 25th/$10 donation~Exhibit of 22 beautiful dance costumes representing the various regions of Mexico from the collection of Master Artist and Director of Danzacultura Mexicana, Carmen Baron/Canoa Ranch 5375 S I 19 Frontage Rd-Green Valley 724-5220
Tour of Historic Canoa Ranch 9:00AM - 10:30AM
Free/Join a walking tour of the Canoa Ranch headquarters-Visit the historic buildings and corrals and enjoy the special exhibits of the people of Canoa-All ages welcome/Historic Hacienda de la Canoa 5375 S. I-19 Frontage Rd-Green Valley 724-5220 for reservation info
Green Valley Farmers & Artisans Market 9:00AM - 1:00PM
Green Valley Recreation West Center 1111 S GVR Dr-Green Valley www.foodinroot.com/green-valley
AHM Sonoran Wreath Festival 9:00AM - 4:00PM
View custom wreaths donated by local businesses and community members on display through November 17th/Also, join us on November 17th for a special auction party where designers and guests will gather to enjoy warm cider and wine, bid on wreaths, and enjoy the museum exhibits/Arizona History Museum 949 E. 2nd St. 628-5774 (Free Parking: AZ Historical Society garage at the NE corner of E. 2nd St. & N. Euclid Ave)
Mexican Train Dominoes - Fun for Seniors! 10:00AM - 12:30PM
Seniors get together on the 3rd & 4th Tuesday of the month to play dominoes/Come join in the fun! It's easy to learn/Wheeler Taft Abbett Sr Library 7800 N. Schisler Dr. 594-5200
Drop-In Center 10:00AM - 2:00PM
Drop-In Help every Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday through November 30th/Certified Teachers and Computer Instructors are available to answer any questions you might have on a wide variety of computer & learning topics in a drop-in venue/Get help with the GED test, homework, job searching and resume writing, library e-resources, and computer skill-building! Martha Cooper Library 1377 N Catalina Ave. 594-5315 (No reservations needed)
Marvelous Mimicry (Talk) 10:15AM - 10:45AM
Not all is as it appears… Come learn all about the optical illusion that is mimicry and adaptation, of which has helped shape some of the life in the Sonoran Desert! Wheelchair accessible/Saguaro National Park (West) 2700 N. Kinney Rd. 733-5158 (Park Entrance fee applies $15 per vehicle/weekly pass-both districts of the park)
Cochineal: Nature’s Most Radiant Red Dye (Talk) 10:15AM - 11:00AM
Come learn about cochineal and how it transformed world history/This program will show you techniques on how to use cochineal as a natural fabric dye~Wheelchair accessible/Saguaro National Park (West) 2700 N. Kinney Rd. 733-5158 (Park Entrance fee applies $15 per vehicle/weekly pass-both districts of the park)
Bear Canyon Knitters 1:00PM - 3:00PM
Adults & Teens/Bring your knitting and join other knitters to share projects and problems-All are welcome/Kirk-Bear Canyon Library 8959 E. Tanque Verde Rd. 594-5275
The Adventures of Thelma the Tortoise (Presentation) 2:00PM
Go on a fantastic trip across the Sonoran Desert with one adventurous tortoise who called Saguaro National park her home-until she set her eye on farther horizons! Wheelchair accessible/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)
Lib Crib 2:00PM - 5:00PM
Tweens and teens are invited to the gaming and hang out room/Play chess, the PS2, board and card games, draw, do crafts, and discover new games that come in gaming tubs/Woods Memorial Library 3455 N. 1st Ave. 594-5445
What is the Reason for the Saguaro Fruit Harvest? (Talk) 2:15PM - 2:45PM
For over a hundred years the Tohono O’odham have harvested the saguaro fruit every summer/Come participate in a cultural experience and learn about this enriching tradition~Wheelchair accessible/Saguaro National Park (West) 2700 N. Kinney Rd. 733-5158 (Park Entrance fee applies $15 per vehicle/weekly pass-both districts of the park)
Raptors! (Talk) 3:15PM - 3:45PM
Southern Arizona & the Sonoran Desert Region are renowned for the large variety of animal and plant species, especially birds, that can be found in the area/Among the most fascinating of those are the raptors, top predators of the avian world, who either live here year-round, or migrate through the area~Wheelchair accessible/Saguaro National Park (West) 2700 N. Kinney Rd. 733-5158 (Park Entrance fee applies $15 per vehicle/weekly pass-both districts of the park)
Italian Conversation Group 4:30PM - 6:30PM
Going to Italy this Summer, or maybe next Summer? Brush up on your Italian at our table Free, for beginner to advanced, every Tuesday-just bring a dictionary or I-phone/Beyond Bread 3026 N Campbell Ave/Contact Matt 624-9145
Tucson Tuesday Laughter Yoga 6:00PM - 7:00PM
Free! Laughter as a form of exercise for peace and healing/Quaker meeting House 931 N. 5th Ave (Enter on Arizona Ave between 5th & 6th Ave. just North of 2nd St. (Everyone is welcome, Drop-in or call 490-5500)
Jazz Night 6:30PM
Tune into Tom Walbank every week, followed by a special guest at 8:30PM/Sky Bar 536 N 4th Ave. 622-4300
Catalina Organ Festival! 7:00PM
$25/$30 Presenting Olivier Latry! French Organist Latry is one of the most distinguished concert organist in the world today/One of three titular organists at the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris, he is also Professor of Organ at the Paris Conservatory of Music, Organist Emeritus with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra in Canada and maintains a full schedule of concert performances as soloist at prestigious venues and festivals and with leading orchestras-His concert will include works of Bach, Mendelssohn, Saint Saëns, Durufulé, Alain, Langlais, and Fauré/Latry is also well known for his improvisational skills on almost any theme! Catalina United Methodist Church 2700 E. Speedway Blvd. 327-4296 www.catalinamethodist.org/ministries/music-art/catalina-organ-festival
The Phantom of the Opera! 7:00PM
Will the chorus girl Christine rise to the occasion after Diva Soprano, Carlotta, storms off the stage during dress rehearsal? Who will be seated in the mysterious Box #5...where programs disappear and ghoulish laughter echoes? Join the Gaslight artistes as they transform the stage back to post-Revolution Paris to revive The Phantom Of The Opera-a love story of musical inspiration and hidden longing, along with a palate-pleasing portion of goofy song and dance! Adults $21.95/Seniors, Students, Military $17.95/Children $9.95/The Gaslight Theatre 7010 E. Broadway Blvd. 886-9428 www.TheGaslightTheatre.com (SEE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA ARTICLE)
"DREAM BIG: Engineering Our World" 7:00PM
Hosted by City Center for Collaborative Learning & The Loft Cinema/Film will be followed by a panel discussion-Panelists will include high school and college students, as well as professionals from the fields of design & engineering/free family friendly event; however, online reservations are required-Reserve your tickets at dreambig1024.eventbrite.com
Tucson Blues Dancers 7:00PM - 10:30PM
Blues dancing lesson every Tuesday night from 7-7:30PM, then open dancing from 7:30-10:30PM ($1 or more donation happily encouraged/We are raising money to get a better sound system, and bring in national instructors for workshops) We encourage a mix of fusion in music and dancing-Fun for all ages/Friendly and welcoming group-No need for a partner, everyone dances with everyone else during the lesson and afterward/CeeDee's Jamaican Kitchen 5305 E. Speedway 795-3400
The River Bride (Preview) 7:30PM
$25 & up/Presented by the AZ Theatre Company/Brazilian folklore and lyric storytelling blend into a heartrending tale of true love, regret, transformation, and the struggle to stay true to your family while staying true to yourself/Temple of Music and Art 330 S. Scott Ave. (AZ Theatre Co. 622-2823)
Sarah Jarosz 7:30PM
$17-$37/With her fourth album, Undercurrent, Sarah Jarosz makes a studied departure from her previous records, shifting the emphasis from her skills as a multi-instrumentalist to her songwriting and vocal performance/Fox Tucson Theatre 17 West Congress St. 547-3040
UA Presents: Kaki King 7:30PM
$15 & up/Centennial Hall 1020 E University Blvd. 621-3341
UA Wind Symphony 7:30PM
$5/Performing a wide variety of standard and modern wind band literature-This exciting program includes hallmark works by Mackey, Jager and Schuman/Fred Fox School of Music-Crowder Hall 1017 N. Olive Rd. 621-1162
Open Jam with Deacon 8:00PM
Bring your instruments! Chicago Bar 5954 E. Speedway Blvd. 748-8169
Geeks Who Drink Pub Quiz 8:00PM
Free, 21+/Great Prizes/Hotel Congress 311 E. Congress St-On the Plaza 622-8848
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