Festivals & Events Association of Tucson & Southern Arizona?FEATSAZ
Address: 85717
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The resource for festival and event planners presenters suppliers and vendors in Southern Arizona - FEATSAZ.

The resource for festival and event planners presenters suppliers and vendors in Southern Arizona - FEATSAZ.

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(520) 370-0588
Tohono Chul Park
Address: 7366 N Paseo del Norte
85704
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Wonderful themed gardens nature trails eclectic shops art galleries classes creatures and a charming Tea Room. Named as one of the great botanical gardens of the world by Travel+Leisure. Open daily from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (July & August 7 a.m.-3 p.m.) $8 adults $5 seniors (62+) $3 students (with ID) $2 children (5-12) under 5 free.; Celebrate the holidays surrounded by a million twinkling lights over three weekends at Tohono Chul; enjoy complimentary cookies and hot cocoa. Beer wine and additional snacks will ...more

Wonderful themed gardens nature trails eclectic shops art galleries classes creatures and a charming Tea Room. Named as one of the great botanical gardens of the world by Travel+Leisure. Open daily from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (July & August 7 a.m.-3 p.m.) $8 adults $5 seniors (62+) $3 students (with ID) $2 children (5-12) under 5 free.; Celebrate the holidays surrounded by a million twinkling lights over three weekends at Tohono Chul; enjoy complimentary cookies and hot cocoa. Beer wine and additional snacks will ...more

Phone:
(520) 742-6455
Holy Trinity Monastery
Address: 85630
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Trinity Library Weekday Hours: 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Staff available 9-11:15 a.m. & 2-4 p.m. Weekend & evening hours by appointment.

Trinity Library Weekday Hours: 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Staff available 9-11:15 a.m. & 2-4 p.m. Weekend & evening hours by appointment.

Phone:
(520) 720-4642
Tucson Meet Yourself
Address: 85733
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Tucson Meet Yourself celebrates the living traditional arts of Arizona-Sonora's ethnic communities. The Annual Folklife Festival takes place the 2nd weekend every October in downtown Tucson's El Presidio Park Jacome Plaza Tucson Convention Center plaza and La Placita Village. This free family-friendly folk-life event features over 200 performers and artists plus 60 ethnic clubs sharing their traditional foods music dances stories and heritage. Traditions of Health & Wellness is the theme for 2011. Healthy delicious ethnic foods a Tucson MOVE Yourself path guiding festival goers through activities including dance & martial arts workshops and a Health & Wellness Expo with healing techniques and fitness demos will be featured. Other special events include our Low Rider Show Artisan Marketplace and a special event at the Fox Theater celebrating our founder 'Big Jim' Griffith.

Tucson Meet Yourself celebrates the living traditional arts of Arizona-Sonora's ethnic communities. The Annual Folklife Festival takes place the 2nd weekend every October in downtown Tucson's El Presidio Park Jacome Plaza Tucson Convention Center plaza and La Placita Village. This free family-friendly folk-life event features over 200 performers and artists plus 60 ethnic clubs sharing their traditional foods music dances stories and heritage. Traditions of Health & Wellness is the theme for 2011. Healthy delicious ethnic foods a Tucson MOVE Yourself path guiding festival goers through activities including dance & martial arts workshops and a Health & Wellness Expo with healing techniques and fitness demos will be featured. Other special events include our Low Rider Show Artisan Marketplace and a special event at the Fox Theater celebrating our founder 'Big Jim' Griffith.

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(520) 621-4046
Gallifant Cellars
Address: 112 N Railroad Ave
86743
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Starting out as a labor of love, Winery 101, Home of Gallifant Cellars and SouthPaw Cellars is our dream come true. We love wine, and if you do, too, you've come to the right place! If you're looking for big-name, nationally and internationally marketed commercial wines, you're in the wrong place. We don't have any, but the grocery store is just down the street.

Starting out as a labor of love, Winery 101, Home of Gallifant Cellars and SouthPaw Cellars is our dream come true. We love wine, and if you do, too, you've come to the right place! If you're looking for big-name, nationally and internationally marketed commercial wines, you're in the wrong place. We don't have any, but the grocery store is just down the street.

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(520) 477-9463
Trail Dust Town
Address: 6541 E Tanque Verde Rd
85715
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For over 50 years, Pinnacle Peak Steakhouse has served the good people of Tucson. Locally owned and operated, Pinnacle Peak takes great pride in serving real Western food in an authentic Old West atmosphere.

For over 50 years, Pinnacle Peak Steakhouse has served the good people of Tucson. Locally owned and operated, Pinnacle Peak takes great pride in serving real Western food in an authentic Old West atmosphere.

Phone:
(520) 296-4551
The Presidio San Agust¡n
Address: 196 N Court St
85701
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The Presidio San Agustin is Tucson's re-constructed Spanish fort originally built in 1775 which stood through the late 1800's. Today a portion of it stands on the same ground where it was originally built and remains of the original foundation are still present. Visit any time to see Museum exhibits about early Tucson and the many cultures that first came together during the Colonial Period. Docents are also available to provide brief tours of the Territorial era house and courtyard as well as the re-built Presidio. The Presidio also comes to life during Living History days with interpreters in period dress performing daily activities including bread making in the adobe oven blacksmithing soldiering and much more. Check the website for Living History days (second Saturday of the month during winter hours) and for other special events and activities. Winter Hours:October thru April Wed. thru Sun. 10-4. Summer Hours: May thru Sept. Thurs. thru Sun. 10-3.

The Presidio San Agustin is Tucson's re-constructed Spanish fort originally built in 1775 which stood through the late 1800's. Today a portion of it stands on the same ground where it was originally built and remains of the original foundation are still present. Visit any time to see Museum exhibits about early Tucson and the many cultures that first came together during the Colonial Period. Docents are also available to provide brief tours of the Territorial era house and courtyard as well as the re-built Presidio. The Presidio also comes to life during Living History days with interpreters in period dress performing daily activities including bread making in the adobe oven blacksmithing soldiering and much more. Check the website for Living History days (second Saturday of the month during winter hours) and for other special events and activities. Winter Hours:October thru April Wed. thru Sun. 10-4. Summer Hours: May thru Sept. Thurs. thru Sun. 10-3.

Phone:
(520) 837-8119
The Jewish History Museum
Address: 564 S Stone Ave
85702
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Built in 1910 as the historic first synagogue in the Arizona Territory the Jewish History Museum houses the Jewish Pioneers of the Southwest Exhibit. The Holocaust History Center is also open and focuses on the 230 Survivors who made Tucson their home after the War. Open for tours 1-5 p.m. Wed. Thurs. Sat. and Sun. and Friday from 12-3 pm. Closed in July.

Built in 1910 as the historic first synagogue in the Arizona Territory the Jewish History Museum houses the Jewish Pioneers of the Southwest Exhibit. The Holocaust History Center is also open and focuses on the 230 Survivors who made Tucson their home after the War. Open for tours 1-5 p.m. Wed. Thurs. Sat. and Sun. and Friday from 12-3 pm. Closed in July.

Phone:
(520) 670-9073
Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block
Address: 140 N Main Ave
85701
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Blending the traditional with the inventive the museum presents original and traveling exhibitions with a focus on Art of the American West Latin American Art and Modern and Contemporary Art. The historic block features five distinctive properties that provide visitors with a unique look into Tucson?s past.; The Tucson Symphony Orchestra presents an evening concert with superb music and delectable dinner at Tucson Museum of Art. The spiraling architecture surrounds you with the power of...more; Celebrate the annual tradition of Dia de los Muertos at the Tucson Museum of Art. The day will be filled with altars created by local schools and community partners food pinatas ...more

Blending the traditional with the inventive the museum presents original and traveling exhibitions with a focus on Art of the American West Latin American Art and Modern and Contemporary Art. The historic block features five distinctive properties that provide visitors with a unique look into Tucson?s past.; The Tucson Symphony Orchestra presents an evening concert with superb music and delectable dinner at Tucson Museum of Art. The spiraling architecture surrounds you with the power of...more; Celebrate the annual tradition of Dia de los Muertos at the Tucson Museum of Art. The day will be filled with altars created by local schools and community partners food pinatas ...more

Phone:
(520) 624-2333
Dos Cabezas WineWorks
Address: 85637
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Dos Cabezas WineWorks is a family-owned and operated winery that challenges the perception that Arizona does not produce exceptional wines. Dos Cabezas WineWorks has been producing wines in Arizona since 1995. The winery was originally located on the 80 acre Dos Cabezas Vineyard near Willcox, AZ. Just after the harvest of 2006, winemaker Todd Bostock purchased the winery with the help of his wife Kelly and his parents Frank and Paula. The winery was moved to Sonoita, Arizona, close to the vineyard the family planted in Elgin in 2003.

Dos Cabezas WineWorks is a family-owned and operated winery that challenges the perception that Arizona does not produce exceptional wines. Dos Cabezas WineWorks has been producing wines in Arizona since 1995. The winery was originally located on the 80 acre Dos Cabezas Vineyard near Willcox, AZ. Just after the harvest of 2006, winemaker Todd Bostock purchased the winery with the help of his wife Kelly and his parents Frank and Paula. The winery was moved to Sonoita, Arizona, close to the vineyard the family planted in Elgin in 2003.

Phone:
(520) 455-5141