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  • Arizona Renaissance Festival

    Arizona Renaissance Festival

    The Renaissance Festival is a medieval amusement park, a 13-stage theatre, a 30-acre circus, an arts and crafts faire, a Jousting Tournament and a feast, all rolled into one non-stop, day-long, family adventure! Open every weekend and on Presidents' Day Monday, Feb. 11 through Apr. 2.

  • Guy Whatley, Organ: The Maker of Organists

    In the 17th century the Amsterdam organist Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck radically changed the trajectory of organ music. Guy Whatley explores the music of Sweelinck and his students and their influence on later generations, including Johann Sebastian Bach. The concert takes place at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, April 23, at St. Alban's Episcopal Church, 3738 Old Sabino Canyon Road, just north of Sabino Canyon Road and River Road in Tucson.

  • 2017 SBIR/STTR AZ Regional Summit

    Attend this two-day event to learn from those who have been through the process and hear directly from representatives of agencies DARPA, Air Force, Navy and NASA. Join us 8:00am on March 23 and 24 at the Radisson Suites in Tucson Arizona to be apart of this engaging event.

  • Glenn White Quintet

    New York saxophonist Glenn White returns to his native Arizona for a series of performances in Phoenix and Tucson. White performs music from his three critically acclaimed CDs with a quintet made up of some of Arizona's best jazz musicians including Beth Lederman (piano), Mike Ozuna (guitar), Ben Hedquist (bass), and Ryan Anthony (drums).

  • Symposium on the Benefits of Compassion Meditation

    What happens when an a psychiatrist, an astrophysicist and a former Tibetan Buddhist monk/psychologist come together to talk about how dialog between Western scientists and Tibetan Buddhists can help science to better address global problems? 3/26/17 4-6PM

  • Dreams of the Dead at DeGrazia

    Sister Artists Diane and Melody do Day of the Dead with a twist. Featuring art dioramas, figurines & ornaments. Are they dreams of the dead, the living or possibly both? Visit the 13 day exhibition thru April 7th, daily 10am - 4pm at the Little Gallery at DeGrazia Studio.

  • AZPM Special Screening

    The Great War

    AZPM presents a screening of "The Great War", a new documentary that explores how World War I changed America and the world. Commentary by Charles W. Scruggs, Ph.D. Tonight's screening is at the Center for Creative Photography. Doors open at 5:30pm, program begins at 6:00pm. Tickets are free, but required.

  • Gilbert and Sullivan Favorites

    Enjoy a fast-paced showcase with Arizona Rose Opera's modern take on classic Gilbert and Sullivan operetta. The show includes scenes and songs from Pirates of Penzance and The Mikado. Mayhem, adventure, mystery, and love stories--there's something for everyone!

  • Storytime with Curious George @ UA BookStores

    Go bananas reading books, making crafts, and singing songs with Curious George at Storytime on April 1st at 10:30a, and 2p! Join us in the lower level of the UA BookStore for a meet-and-greet with your favorite mischievous monkey.

  • Party for the Planet

    What better way to celebrate and appreciate the Sonoran Desert than to toast to it? Stand among the saguaros at the Desert Museum and sip on the best local and regional spirits in the Southwest at Party for the Planet!. Age 21+ event, ID required. No exceptions.

  • Ultimate Home and Garden Tour

    9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tucson Botanical Gardens Don’t miss this opportunity to tour unforgettable homes, find inspiration in the most delightful gardens and support the Tucson Botanical Gardens! Your day includes food, luxury transportation and an afternoon reception.

  • National Career Fair

    National Career Fairs is hosting a live hiring event in Tucson on April 11, 2017. The event is FREE for all career seekers. Dress Professionally and bring lots of resumes. Hilton Tucson, 7600 E Broadway, Tucson, AZ 85710, 11:00 AM - 2:00

  • Catalina Foothills Band Boosters 9th annual Gigantic Yard Sale

    9th Annual Gigantic Yard Sale sponsored by CFHS Band Boosters. Reserve space for $25 to sell, or shop. Sat. April 22, 8 a.m. - Noon, Catalina Foothills HS parking lot, rain or shine, plus live music and baked goods! FHSBandYardSale@gmail.com to reserve.

  • Camping in Paradise: Camp Wildcat's Annual Benefit Auction

    The auction will feature a dance performance, an island photo booth, dinner, and auction items from over 50 businesses, with all the proceeds supporting Tucson youth. Tickets: $20-students, $30-adults, $5 price increases at the door. April 29, 6:00-10:00PM at the UA-MAC

  • Benita Bike's DanceArt Performs in Tucson

    The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures hosts Los Angeles dance company Benita Bike’s DanceArt for an interactive dance program on Sunday, May 21. This company is known for its musicality, elegance, and expressivity. This performance will delight and inform!

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