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Beer Release!

Style: TRAVAIL - Cask-Soured Pale Ale Description: Tawny pale ale with delicate touch of funk, oak and wine notes.

12:00 AM

CREATING A WORK OF JEWISH ART: PERFORMANCE

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to create your art for the big stage? Would you like to come together with other creative spirits and produce a work of Jewish Art? Just imagine collaborating to create a theme where you contribute both your art: musician, writer, visual artist or dancer, etc.

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun - “Desert Dwellings”

“Desert Dwellings” The landscape paintings of Tucson artist Ted DeGrazia are featured in this new exhibit at the Gallery in the Sun.

10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

$3 After 3pm

Adults & Kids enjoy $3 admission after 3pm, Monday-Friday September 3 through September 28! Just mention the $3 after 3 special to receive the discount! Last admission given at 4:15pm.

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Pima Arts 2018-19 season of events

Pima Arts presents a diverse and compelling 2018-19 season of events Tickets are available online beginning August 1.

5:00 PM

Tucson Greek Festival

Eat, Drink & Dance Like a Greek! Authentic Greek food and pastries Family friendly activities Live Greek Band, DJ and Dancers performing daily! Assorted Wine and Beer

5:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Give a Little, Gift a Lot

We have $20,000 to donate, and you can help us give it away! We’ll be hosting a happy hour and raising money for four local organizations at our Speedway store.

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Pima Arts 2018-19 season of events

Pima Arts presents a diverse and compelling 2018-19 season of events Tickets are available online beginning August 1.

7:00 PM

Lukie D

Lukie D.

8:00 PM

Nothing But Thieves

The Japanese art of kintsugi is to take something broken and make it more beautiful than before; shards of ceramic put back together with gold-flecked glue, the cracks a proud part of the object.

8:00 PM

Nothing But Thieves @ 191 Toole

The Japanese art of kintsugi is to take something broken and make it more beautiful than before; shards of ceramic put back together with gold-flecked glue, the cracks a proud part of the object.

8:00 PM