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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.

  • Family Fun Day: Rodeo Edition!

    9 a.m. to noon, Tucson Botanical Gardens. Come to Tucson Botanical Gardens for our next Family Fun Day. There will be arts ∓ crafts projects, games and hands-on activities, all focusing on the fun and adventure of Tucson’s Rodeo heritage. Included with admission.

  • UA Symphonic Choir: "Earth, Air, Fire, Water"

    The program will feature gems of the opera repertoire by Rossini, Handel, Menotti, Offenbach, Lehár and Lalo, plus music in celebration of the elements by Claudio Monteverdi, Clara Schumann, Francis Poulenc and more.

  • Rethinking Reality

    Rethinking Reality

    AZPM will be livestreaming this year's UA College of Science Lecture Series entitled "Rethinking Reality" each Monday night at 7 p.m. from Jan 20 - Mar 6. Tonight's lecture is "A Myriad of Particles" with Elliott Cheu.

  • Tsars and Dukes

    UA Fred Fox School of Music faculty artist cellist Theodore Buchholz and renowned guest pianist Mack McCray present the monumental Cello Sonata by Rachmaninoff. Also, featuring faculty violinist Timothy Kantor on Beethoven’s tremendous “Archduke” piano trio.

  • Gut Microbiota: A Personalized Road to Good Health

    Take a Deep Breath: Is a Cure for Asthma on the Horizon?

    Monica Kraft, MD. Who gets asthma, what are risk factors and what we can do. Personalizing asthma treatment to ensure it will be effective. Work being done by UA and Banner – University Medical Center to find a cure 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

  • "Ashes to Go"

    On Ash Wednesday, March 1, John Angiulo, ordained minister and Coordinator of Christian Education, will dispense Lenten "Ashes to Go" at Casas Adobes Congregational Church (UCC), 6801 N Oracle Rd, from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm. Drive thru for ashes, a blessing and free coffee.

  • Family STEM Saturday: Squares

    On March 4th from 10am to noon, Highland will be hosting a free STEAM Saturday event. Tucson families are invited to take part in the exploration of STEAM topics (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics). This month we will be investigating squares!

  • Storytime @ UA BookStores

    A particularly paw-some pooch is coming to Storytime March 4th at 10:30a, and 2p! Join Clifford the dog for fun reading books, making crafts, and singing songs. Don’t forget the camera; there will be a special meet-and-greet with Clifford!

  • Connecting the Dots: An Alzheimer's Annual Education Conference

    The Alzheimer's Association Annual Education Conference is a full day of information, education and support from renowned dementia experts. Location: Tucson Jewish Community Center Time: 7:45 am - 5:00 pm Costs $40/ for individuals and $70/CEUs

  • Creating Backyard Habitat

    3 pm to 6 pm. Meet at the Arizona-Sonoran Desert Museum Ed Annex building. Your yard can become lush bird habitat, a much needed resource for our avian friends, while cooling your home and teaching kids about nature.

  • Tucson Festival of Books

    Tucson Festival of Books

    Join AZPM at this year's Tucson Festival of Books at the University of Arizona. There will be book signings, events, food, and entertainment. AZPM will have a booth outside our studio with free tours, photo opportunities, characters from your favorite PBS kids' shows, and live broadcasts and more.

  • Civic Orchestra of Tucson - Free Concert

    Free concert, "Contrasts: Music of Russian Composers," includes Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 6, "Pathétique", and Glazunov's Concerto for Alto Saxophone and Strings, with saxophonist Zack Brennan. Concert at 7:00pm at Crowder Hall, UA School of Music; reception follows.

  • 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).

  • 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.

  • 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! to reserve.

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