Calendar of Events

  • OSIRIS-REx Screening
    AZPM EVENT

    OSIRIS REx: Countdown to Launch Free Screenings

    Arizona Public Media is hosting four open screenings of its original documentary production, OSIRIS REx: Countdown to Launch at Gallagher Theater in the UA Memorial Student Union. Screenings are at 10:45 am; 11:30 am; 12:15 pm and 1:00 pm This event is free and open to the public. No advanced registration required.

  • Books on Wheels Volunteer Orientation

    Help select books for homebound community members. Fill out a volunteer application and bring it with you to the orientation. The orientation is on 9/23 from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. RSVP to Karen, 791-4010 or Karen.Greene@pima.gov.

  • One Seed Pima County: Using Legumes to Build Healthy Soil

    Learn which legumes grow best in Tucson, when to plant them, and how to use them most effectively to build healthy soils. From 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the Joel D. Valdez Main Library at 101 N. Stone Ave. Presented by Brandon Merchant.

  • Carnival of Illusion: Magic, Mystery & Oooh La La

    Hang onto your hat, grab your partner, and jump into an evening of Old-World Magic. Catch the longest running Arizona theater show in history in four AZ locations through May 2018. Carnival of Illusion is Magic, Mystery, and OOOH La La!

  • Fall Plant Sale

    Fall is the perfect time to refresh your landscape with new or replacement plants! This year’s Plant Sale will offer more than 250 different species, including many popular perennials and low shrubs. Free. In the parking lot 6:30 a.m, --noon.

  • Casas Adobes Forum 6801 N Oracle Road

    "Intergroup Conflict: Why We're Divided" will be discussed by Jeff Stone, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry at the U of A. Why is conflict between groups escalating? Why are racial tensions so high? Why do we have so much trouble getting along?

  • Poldark Season 3 Premiere Screening
    AZPM EVENT

    MASTERPIECE: Poldark Season 3 Advanced Screening

    Join Arizona Public Media for an advanced screening of the Season 3 premiere of MASTERPIECE: Poldark, with commentary by Dr. Jerrold E. Hogle, UA Distinguished Professor of English. Tickets are free, but RSVP is required.

  • Art Sprouts

    Fun story time and art making event for families with children ages 2 to 5 years. Adults and their children will explore works of art, move their bodies, read a book, and investigate objects and art materials. Choice-based studio activities extend the learning and fun.

  • Max Weinberg's Jukebox Tour

    Fox Tucson Theatre presents Max Weinberg Jukebox on Sept 28, 7:30pm. Weinberg invites the audience to create in real time the set list he and his crack four piece group will play that night. Guest can choose from over 200 songs. Fox Theatre is located at 17 W. Congress St.

  • Seek the San Pedro

    A day of outdoor learning along the San Pedro River, with nature walks, exhibits, wildlife demonstrations and the chance to learn more about water, birds, and history. 9am-3pm. A free writing workshop is also available with advance registration.

  • Arizona Insect Festival

    7th Annual Arizona Insect Festival

    Learn just how important insects are at this FREE event where more than 20 booths offer interactive activities and exhibits. World-class UA researchers, students and community members are on hand to introduce you to our tiny neighbors who silently run the planet.

  • Fiesta of Hope Casas Adobes UCC

    From 11:30 am - 1:30 pm in McNear Hall; join us to celebrate 4 years of cross-border friendship with our Nogales neighbors. Special music, needlework to buy, festive food.

  • Dia de los Muertos: The Musical

    Sundays from 10/1/17 to 11/5/17 at 12:30 pm at Live Theatre Workshop - 5317 E Speedway Blvd in Tucson. This new musical celebrates El Día de Los Muertos from a new perspective.

  • Icons in Transformation

    Icons in Transformation is an exhibition of contemporary art by Russian born artist Ludmila Pawlowska to be displayed at St. Philip's Episcopal Church from October 1 to January 7. Ludmila's art derives from writing traditional icons in a Russian Monastery.

  • Free Classical Concert - Civic Orchestra of Tucson

    Civic Orchestra of Tucson's free concert on 10/1 at 3:00 pm will include Hungarian dances, a Romanian rhapsody, a gypsy-inspired violin solo featuring 17-year-old Nikolai Robbins, and Beethoven’s Symphony 7. The concert is at Christ Church United Methodist, 655 N Craycroft.

  • Tucson Career Fair

    Experience Tucson's largest home and garden show, where you'll find the latest in home improvement and technology trends, remodeling ideas and the best outdoor concepts all under one roof at the Tucson Convention Center. Event takes place Oct. 6th to the 8th, from 10am-6pm.

  • Opening Night Gala

    Experience Tucson's largest home and garden show, where you'll find the latest in home improvement and technology trends, remodeling ideas and the best outdoor concepts all under one roof at the Tucson Convention Center. Event takes place Oct. 6th to the 8th, from 10am-6pm.

  • SAHBA Fall Show 2017

    Experience Tucson's largest home and garden show, where you'll find the latest in home improvement and technology trends, remodeling ideas and the best outdoor concepts all under one roof at the Tucson Convention Center. Event takes place Oct. 6th to the 8th, from 10am-6pm.

  • Free Concert - Civic Orchestra of Tucson

    Civic Orchestra of Tucson's free concert on 10/1 at 3:00 pm will include Hungarian dances, a Romanian rhapsody, a gypsy-inspired violin solo featuring 17-year-old Nikolai Robbins, and Beethoven’s Symphony 7. The concert is at Christ Church United Methodist, 655 N Craycroft.

  • "Hooked: Tracking Heroin’s Hold on Arizona," and "Hooked RX: From Prescription to Addiction" with community forum

    The Haven is hosting two 30-minute films on Arizona’s opioid epidemic on 10/8/17 at The Loft Cinema, 3233 E Speedway Blvd from 1 - 4 PM, followed by a panel discussion with many professions and recovering addicts. Free tickets beginning 11am date of event.

  • Art Sprouts

    Fun story time and art making event for families with children ages 2 to 5 years. Adults and their children will explore works of art, move their bodies, read a book, and investigate objects and art materials. Choice-based studio activities extend the learning and fun.

  • Equal Means Equal Screening & Panel Discussion

    Join Tucson NOW on Thursday, October 12, 2017 @ 7:30 pm at the Loft Equal Means Equal followed by a panel discussion with Reps Pamela Powers-Hannley and Randy Friese, Montserrat Caballero, Chris Love, JD, and Sen Steve Farley hosted by Judith McDaniel, PhD, JD

  • Tucson Out of the Darkness Suicide Prevention Walk

    Help fight suicide - join us for the Tucson Out of the Darkness Walk! Benefiting local and national suicide prevention & awareness programs of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Walk for mental/physical health, find resources and support surviving families.

  • In the Americas with David Yetman Season 7 Premier: Father Kino's Path to Mission San Xavier

    A benefit for Patronato San Xavier (the nonprofit that raises funds to restore Mission San Xavier). Enjoy a video of Father Kino's journey and our iconic Mission followed by a panel discussion with David Yetman. Oct 15 | 4:30-5:45pm | Loft Cinema, 3233 E. Speedway Blvd.

  • Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society Lecture Series

    The Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society (AAHS) is pleased to present Robert Vint on Monday, October 16th at 7:30 pm in the University Medical Center’s Duval Auditorium (1501 N Campbell Ave, Tucson 85724), who will discuss, “The Myth of Tucson.”

  • 11th Annual Tucson Classics Car Show

    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

  • Halloween Phantasmagoria - Dr. Stephen Cook, piano

    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.

  • Art Sprouts

    Fun story time and art making event for families with children ages 2 to 5 years. Adults and their children will explore works of art, move their bodies, read a book, and investigate objects and art materials. Choice-based studio activities extend the learning and fun.

  • Raise a Glass for St. Jude

    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.

  • To Tell Our Stories: Holocaust Survivors of Southern Arizona

    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

  • To Tell Our Stories: Holocaust Survivors of Southern Arizona

    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.

  • Art Sprouts

    Fun story time and art making event for families with children ages 2 to 5 years. Adults and their children will explore works of art, move their bodies, read a book, and investigate objects and art materials. Choice-based studio activities extend the learning and fun.

  • 38th Annual Southern Arizona Koi Show

    Tucson is home to the 2nd oldest koi show in North America - and it's free! Join us at the Oro Valley Marketplace (Oracle @ Tangerine) to see over 200 beautiful, colorful koi fish. A great family-friendly weekend activity!

  • Introduction to Reptiles

    The Sonoran Desert is home to over 100 species of reptiles. The class will examine the taxonomy, anatomy, physiology, and behavior of the 3 orders of reptiles found in the region. Held at Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum from 9 a.m. to noon.

  • Art Sprouts

    Fun story time and art making event for families with children ages 2 to 5 years. Adults and their children will explore works of art, move their bodies, read a book, and investigate objects and art materials. Choice-based studio activities extend the learning and fun.

  • The Nutcracker

    Ballet Tucson’s award-winning, beloved production is the “must see” event of the holiday season!

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