Part Two of 2017's SBS Downtown Lecture Series: Truth and Trust in the Global Scene. Join the UA College of Social and Behavioral Sciences for a series of discussions with national experts who will explore the current state of American truth, trust, and global relations. AZPM will livestream these events.
The artist Shelden Nunez-Velarde (Jicarilla Apache) will be giving a pottery making demonstration at the Arizona State Museum from 1-3 pm. Later that day, the artist will be giving a lecture followed by a reception in Chavez Building, room 110, from 6-8 pm.
11th Annual Tucson Classics Car Show Giving over $1,085,000 to Children's charities! Saturday, October 21, at The Gregory School 3231 N Craycroft Rd, Tucson, AZ 85712. Tickets $5 Each! Go to tucsonclassicscarshow.com For Questions, or call 520-440-4503
Oracle Piano Society Dr Stephen Cook will perform illusory works incl. Ravel's Gothic masterpiece Gaspard de la nuit. Concert time is 6-8pm, Oracle Center for the Arts, 700 E. Kingston St. Oracle AZ. Advance tickets $30. Students free with I.D. Come dressed for Halloween.
Join us for monthly poetry discussions, led by docents from the UA Poetry Center. The event is free, and no knowledge of poetry is necessary. For October 21, the poetry of U.S. Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera. From 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Joel Valdez Main Library.
Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum "Raptor Free Flight," is back and better than ever! You can watch as our amazing aerialists soar and swoop in their native desert home: Crested Caracara, Chihuahuan Ravens, Great Horned Owls, Ferruginous Hawks, Red-tailed Hawks, and many more.
Chris Kotterman, Arizona School Board Assn, will review the history of vouchers. Rep. Todd Clodfelter will clarify who decides on vouchers. Ricky D. Hernandez, President, Arizona Association of School Business Officers, will review the cost of vouchers in our public schools.
Taking responsibility for our part in clear and healthy communication is a necessary for loving connection. Role-modeling this accountability for our children creates a safe and secure home for all. Come have fun and practice ways to achieve this awareness. Oct 22 & Oct. 29
AZPM invites you to a free preview of our newest documentary, Not Broken, a candid, unflinching, yet hopeful look at the lives of young people facing a spectrum of mental health challenges. A panel discussion will follow. Tickets are free, but require an RSVP. At the Tucson JCC from 6:40-8pm.
Part Three of 2017's SBS Downtown Lecture Series: Truth and Trust in the Global Scene. Join the UA College of Social and Behavioral Sciences for a series of discussions with national experts who will explore the current state of American truth, trust, and global relations. AZPM will livestream these events.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month! With help from Two Men and A Truck, Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse will collect supplies for survivors of domestic abuse on Friday October 27 from 7am-6pm at Rincon Congregational U.C.C. (122 N Craycroft Road).
Join us for the inaugural Raise a Glass for St. Jude, featuring fine wine and food pairings from west coast wineries, plus entertainment and dancing. Guests will have the opportunity to bid on live and silent auction items and hear a St. Jude patient story.
Tucson’s Holocaust Survivors share excerpts from their published book “To Tell Our Stories: Holocaust Survivors of Southern Arizona.” You’ll experience their first-hand accounts of survival during World War II. Dussenberry- River Library 6505 E River Road 1 PM
Dr. Jacqueline Soule spent five years studying the "flor de muertos" (flower of the dead). Discussion of the plant will include past and current uses as well as how to grow these lovely flowers in our area. At the Joel D. Valdez Main Library from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
On October 31, 1517, the Augustinian monk and university professor Martin Luther made his “95 Theses Against Indulgences” public. 6:00-8:00 pm University Libraries, Special Collections.
Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum: celebrate the heritage of Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), the Desert Museum is hosting a new event! Dia de los Muertos honors the departed souls of loved ones and this year we will commemorate animals and plants of the Sonoran Desert .
Trinity Presbyterian Church welcomes Tucson's pets (and their owners) Sunday, Nov 5, from 12:30- 3:30 pm for a blessing of the animals and dedication of our pet-friendly commons area. Food trucks, pet adoption, and guide dog information booths on site. 400 E University Blvd
Tucson’s Holocaust Survivors share excerpts from their published book “To Tell Our Stories: Holocaust Survivors of Southern Arizona.” You’ll experience their first-hand accounts of survival during World War II.
"When: November 10-11 from 9:00 to 4 PM; Where: West Center, Green Valley - exit 63 off I-19 and follow signs; Event: Festival of 100 local artisans who handcraft items in wood, pottery, glass, silver jewelry , fabric arts, books and sculpture. Free admission & parking.
Nine of Tubac’s oldest historic buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places will be welcoming visitors for a rare opportunity to tour inside . Docents will share the histories of the buildings and their occupants over hundreds of years.
Tucson Girls Chorus Sounds of Winter Concert December 10 at 3:30 pm at the Fox Theater Tucson. Choirs featuring singers from grades 2-12 will perfom individually and in ensemble with singers from our River Road location and Engagement choirs. Tickets $8-$18.