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Through August 16  TUCSON: Our Fathers, Our Grandfathers, Our Heroes...The Navajo Code Talkers of World War II – Arizona State Museum, this exhibit traces the story of, and is a tribute to, the famed United States Marine Corps Navajo Code Talkers, this traveling exhibition is produced and circulated by the Circle of Light Navajo Educational Project, Gallup, New Mexico, 520-621-6302 or www.statemuseum.arizona.edu See more from Arizona State Museum

Season tickets for Harkins Theatres' popular 10 week Summer Movie Fun program are on sale at Harkins Tucson Spectrum 18. Season tickets are $5 for all 10 movies.

Oralce State Park: Ongoing Weekends: Historic Kannally Ranch House Guided Tours. Tours are held at 10am and again at 2pm and are 45-minutes in duration. The four- level Mediterranean revival style adobe ranch house was built from 1929-33 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Guided tours are scheduled by reservation by calling (520) 896-2425.

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Governor Brewer Reminds Travelers of Passport Requirement

PHOENIX – Arizona Governor Jan Brewer reminds Arizona citizens of the deadline for the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI). Beginning Monday, June 1, 2009, all U.S. and Canadian citizens will be required to present a passport or another WHTI compliant document to enter and re-enter the United States by land or sea from Mexico, Canada, the Caribbean and Bermuda.

“Knowing what documents are required and having them ready when you return home will help streamline the entry process and ensure your return to the U.S. is as smooth as possible.” For Arizona, this federal initiative will primarily impact residents and visitors traveling to and from Mexico. Beginning June 1, 2009, the Arizona driver’s license and/or Arizona Identification Card will not be recognized as a valid credential for entry or re-entry into the United States.

U.S. citizens returning home from Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean or Bermuda, by land or sea, will be required to present one of the following travel documents: A passport issued by the U.S. Government, a passport card (PassCard), a valid trusted traveler program card (FAST, NEXUS, or SENTRI) or a Military ID with official travel orders. U.S. citizen children under the age of 16 will be able to present the original or copy of their birth certificate, or other proof of U.S. citizenship such as a naturalization certificate or citizenship card.

The Arizona Department of Transportation’s Tucson and Safford districts will be placing temporary variable message signs at their port of entries, which include Lukeville, Nogales, Sasabe, Douglas, San Luis and Naco, four days prior to June 1 and one week after to remind travelers of the new initiative. Information about requirements for special groups traveling abroad can be found at U.S. Customs and Border Protection: http://www.getyouhome.gov/html/lang_eng/eng_sa.html

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TUCSON TOROS THIS WEEK

Friday, August 28 The first place Tucson Toros will have a chance to clinch a spot in the GBL playoffs in front of their own fans during a four game series beginning Friday night at 7 p.m. when they host the South Division’s first half winner, the St. George Roadrunners. In addition to the potential of celebratory champagne corks popping for the Toros, the skies themselves will be bursting on Friday with the final Fireworks Friday of the regular season. 

Saturday, August 29 the team will give away the Tucson Toros 2009 Baseball Card Set to the first 2,000 fans through the gates with paid admission.  The Toros will host an accompanying autograph session as a special thank you from the team from 5:00-5:45.  Fans will be able to get their team sets signed by the players and coaching staff during the autograph session.

Sunday, August 30, Wedding bells will be ringing at the ballpark on Sunday when the winners of this year’s Toros Wedding package will be married at the game.  The happy couple, Aaron and Amanda, competed with other finalists in contests on the field during the August 13th game, and came out victorious winning a Toros wedding package.  The couple met playing softball, proposed during a Toros game and now will be married at the park!  The game will also featured hot dogs for just $1.

Monday, August 31 is Family Night, when families of up to five can get in (General Admission) for just $10.  The game will mark the Toros final regular season game of the year, and hopefully sendoff into the playoffs if the team can clinch a postseason spot during the homestand.  Tucson needs just two more wins to seal first place in the GBL Southern Division. 

Aside from Saturday’s special autograph session, gates open at 6:00 pm each night with game action set to start at 7:00 pm.

Throughout August

Summer Saturday Evening Fun Starts at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum: Beat the heat and enjoy the fun with the start of summer hours and Saturday evening happenings at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. Summer Saturday Evenings give visitors a unique chance to tour the Desert Museum at night, a time when many of the animals are at their most active with the onset of the summer heat. The popular Summer Saturday Evening programs showcase what happens in the desert after dark and how plants and animals adapt. Summer Saturday Evenings begin Saturday, June 6 and continue each through August 29. After 4 p.m. Saturdays, the special discounted admission is just $6 per adult and $2.25 for children between 6 and 12 years of age. Summer Saturday Evenings’ programs will feature:

August 1: Live and "sort of" on the Loose, 6 p.m., Warden Oasis Theater. Raptor Free Flight, 8 p.m., Warden Oasis Theater
 
August 8: Sustainable Seafood Evening, 6:30 to 9 p.m., Warden Oasis Theater & Baldwin Education Building. "Ghost Net" art and poetry exhibit, Baldwin Education Building Lobby
 
August 15: Stories and legends of the night sky by Native American Storyteller Girard Tsonakwa, 6:30 p.m., Warden Oasis Theater. Raptor Free Flight, 8 p.m., Warden Oasis Theater
 
August 22: Family Astronomy Night, 6 to 9 p.m., Baldwin Education Building. Dark Skies Observing, 8 to 10 p.m., Overlook grounds. Raptor Free Flight, 8 p.m., Warden Oasis Theater
 
August 29: Teacher Appreciation Night, 5:30 p.m., Warden Oasis Theater. The presentation, sponsored by Tucson Electric Power, features programs offered for the 2009/2010 school year by Desert Museum and Sonoran Desert Waters Institute educators. Skin Cancer Awareness education displays, 5 to 9 p.m., across from Ironwood Gallery. Monsoon Night, 6:30 p.m., Baldwin Education Building. Author Roni Ashford offers a multi-sensory presentation about monsoons for kids and families. Physics Factory - Lightning/Electricity Demonstration, 7 p.m., Warden Oasis Theater. Dark Skies Observing, 8 to 10 p.m., Overlook grounds

The Museum, located at 2021 N. Kinney Rd., is open every day of the year from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. March through September and from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. October through February. In June, July, and August the Museum is open from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday; 7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturdays, and from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sundays. Admission is free for members and children under six. September through May admission is $13 for adults and $4.25 for children age 6 through 12. Daily summer rates in June through August are $9.50 for adults and $2.25 for children age 6 through 12. Call (520) 883-2702 or visit www.desertmuseum.org for more information.

Aug. 1 – Sept. 30, 2009: DIG: Prehistoric Gardens. The dinosaurs are back! DIG: Prehistoric Gardens, an exhibit that explores geology, paleontology, and botany returns to the Gardens on Monday, June 1. Ferns and horsetails, spiny cycads and monkey-puzzle trees are just some examples of plants that developed millions of years ago that are still in existence today. Come explore the many plants found in our Garden that have links to a prehistoric past. Learn about the creatures that fed on these plants over time including giant dragonflies, millipedes and of course, dinosaurs. Join us on a scavenger hunt, dig in our fossil quarry, or take a picture with a velociraptor. Tours and family activities will be posted on the Gardens website or call for more information. Hours: Garden hours are 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Open seven days a week, year round, except July 4th, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Day and New Year’s Day. Gardens’ admission: DIG: Prehistoric Garden exhibit is included with regular admission. $7 for adults (age 13+), $3 for children 4-12, free for children 3 and under. Tucson Botanical Gardens is a private, non-profit organization that promotes botanical, horticultural, and ecological education; encourages responsible environmental stewardship; and provides a beautiful setting for enjoyment and relaxation. The Gardens, designated as America’s Best Secret Garden by Reader’s Digest, is an urban oasis in the heart of Tucson featuring a 5 1/2 acre collection of 16 specialty gardens. It is located at 2150 N. Alvernon Way. For more information, call (520) 326-9686, Ext. 10, email info@tucsonbotanical.org or visit www.tucsonbotanical.org.

Saturday, August 1, 2009

Sports Compact and Street Legal - Southwestern International Raceway, 8 pm, 520-762-9700 or www.Sirace.com

Summer Saturday Evening – Arizona Sonora Desert Museum, showcasing what happens in the desert after dark and how plants and animals adapt, program this evening live and “sort of” on the Loose and Raptor free flight, $2.25-6, 4 pm, 520-883-2702 or visit www.desertmuseum.org

Mesquite Pod Harvesting Workshop will be held at Oracle State Park on Saturday, August 1, 2009 from 9am to 12 noon. Although harvesting is as simple as picking ripe pods off your trees, the How-To Workshop will teach participants important procedures for drying and storing to assure top-quality flour. For more information about the workshop or for advance registrations, please call Oracle State Park call (520) 896-2425. The workshop is $5 per person in addition to the park admission fee of $5 per vehicle. Space is limited and advance registration is required.

Ongoing Weekends: Historic Kannally Ranch House Guided Tours. Tours are held at 10am and again at 2pm and are 45-minutes in duration. The four- level Mediterranean revival style adobe ranch house was built from 1929-33 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Guided tours are scheduled by reservation by calling (520) 896-2425.

Oracle State Park Summer Hours: Oracle State Park is open Thursday through Monday from 7am to 3pm.  The park is closed to the public Tuesday and Wednesday (the main gate on Mt. Lemmon Road is locked).  The American Avenue parking lot and trailhead remain open seven days, dawn to dusk.  The park entrance fee through Labor Day is $5 per vehicle ($2 per person non-motorized entry on bicycle, horseback, or walk-in; kids free).

Oracle State Park is a 4,000 acre wildlife refuge in the northern foothills of the Catalina Mountains. Oracle State Park offers day-use picnic sites and over 15 miles of trail for use by hikers, bicyclists and equestrians. A four-mile section of the Arizona Trail passes through the park, connecting Mexico to Utah. Once part of the Kannally family cattle ranch, the unique Mediterranean style ranch house in the park is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The diverse vegetation, slope and elevation within the park provide habitat for a variety of animals.

For more information about the 30 State Parks, statewide hiking opportunities, off-highway vehicle trails, and other outdoor recreational and cultural opportunities in Arizona, call (602) 542-4174 (outside of the Phoenix metro area call toll-free (800) 285-3703) or visit AZStateParks.com. Follow us on twitter.com/AZStateParks.

Sunday, August 2, 2009

Primavera Cooks! – gourmet dinning event series supporting the community, some of Tucson’s finest chefs and adventurous donors create and prepare an elaborate wine-paired dinner with proceeds benefiting the Primavera Foundation,  this week’s venue is Cup Cafe, brunch, $125, 520-623-5111 ext. 101 or www.primaveracooks.org

Sunday in the Park – Colossal Cave Mountain Park, No Bad Bugs with Carl Olson, 2:15, 3 & 4 pm bug hunts, free, 520-647-7275 or 520-647-7121 or www.colossalcave.com

Saturday, August 8, 2009

Summer Saturday Evening – Arizona Sonora Desert Museum, showcasing what happens in the desert after dark and how plants and animals adapt, program this evening sustainable seafood evening, and ghost net, $2.25-6, 4 pm, 520-883-2702 or visit www.desertmuseum.org

La Encantada Summer Concert Series – Lower level courtyard, featuring Descarga, a ten-piece Latin upbeat band, $10, 7:30 pm, www.govac.org

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Twilight Thursdays Hispanic Heritage Night, August 13, at the Tucson Botanical Gardens – Summer days in Tucson are hot, as we all know, but once the sun sets, the air cools and there is no better place to be than enjoying the beautiful outdoors of our desert home. Join us for Hispanic Heritage Night on Thursday, August 13 at the Tucson Botanical Gardens. Ballet Folklorico San Juan Dance will showcase their high-energy dancing and Jesus Garcia will sing Mexican folk songs. Mexican folklorico dance instruction and a tour of the Barrio Garden will round out the evening. The Gardens will be open for this special event from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. The Gardens Café featuring Café 54 will offer a buffet menu corresponding with the evenings theme. 5:00 p.m. Gates open. 6:00 p.m. Tour, Barrio Garden. 6:30 p.m. Ballet Folklorico San Juan. 7:00 p.m. Folklorico dance instruction. 7:30 p.m. Jesus Garcia

Ballet Folklorico San Juan, an international touring Mexican folklorico dance group, was founded in 1987 in Tucson, Arizona by Julie Gonzalez Gallego. The group is composed of over 150 dancers from ages 4 to 18 and has a repertory that ranges from Aztec rituals to the traditional Mexican hat dance. The group has performed across much of the southwest United States, as well as in Mexico.   Tucson Botanical Gardens is a private, non-profit organization that promotes botanical, horticultural, and ecological education; encourages responsible environmental stewardship; and provides a beautiful setting for enjoyment and relaxation. The Gardens, designated as America’s Best Secret Garden by Reader’s Digest, is an urban oasis in the heart of Tucson featuring a 5 ? acre collection of 16 specialty gardens. It is located at 2150 N. Alvernon Way. For more information, call (520) 326-9686, Ext. 10, email info@tucsonbotanical.org or visit www.tucsonbotanical.org

Saturday, August 15, 200

Summer Saturday Evening – Arizona Sonora Desert Museum, showcasing what happens in the desert after dark and how plants and animals adapt, program this evening stories and legends of the night sky by Native American storyteller Girard Tsonakwa, $2.25-6, 4 pm, 520-883-2702 or visit www.desertmuseum.org

Test and Tune - Southwestern International Raceway, 8 pm, 520-762-9700 or www.Sirace.com

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Primavera Cooks! – gourmet dinning event series supporting the community, some of Tucson’s finest chefs and adventurous donors create and prepare an elaborate wine-paired dinner with proceeds benefiting the Primavera Foundation,  this week’s venue is Acacia, $125, 520-623-5111 ext. 101 or www.primaveracooks.org

Thursday, August 20, 2009

Twilight Thursdays: Tucson History Night, August 20, at the Tucson Botanical Gardens. Summer days in Tucson are hot, as we all know, but once the sun sets, the air cools and there is no better place to be than enjoying the beautiful outdoors of our desert home. Join us for Tucson History Night on Thursday, August 20 at the Tucson Botanical Gardens. The Saguaro Strutters will showcase high-energy line dancing and the Arizona Historical Society will be on hand to discuss Tucson’s history and upcoming museum events. A tour of the Historical Gardens will round out the evening. The Gardens will be open for this special event from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. The Gardens Café featuring Café 54 will offer a buffet menu corresponding with the evenings theme.
 
Schedule of Events: 5:00 p.m. Gates open. 6:00 p.m. Tour, Historical Gardens. 7:00 p.m. Saguaro Strutters. All evening Arizona Historical Society. The Saguaro Strutters is a group of Tucson residents who perform line dancing. The current team has been together for approximately ten years. The group dances to many types of music though primarily they focus on country-western music. Performances often include audience participation and instruction on simple line dances that can be taught quickly and easily. These include the ever popular Electric Slide and Boot Scootin’ Boogie, among others.

Tucson Botanical Gardens is a private, non-profit organization that promotes botanical, horticultural, and ecological education; encourages responsible environmental stewardship; and provides a beautiful setting for enjoyment and relaxation. The Gardens, designated as America’s Best Secret Garden by Reader’s Digest, is an urban oasis in the heart of Tucson featuring a 5 ? acre collection of 16 specialty gardens. It is located at 2150 N. Alvernon Way. For more information, call (520) 326-9686, Ext. 10, email info@tucsonbotanical.org or visit www.tucsonbotanical.org.

Friday, August 21, 2009

Bug Fest 2009 at Oracle State Park August 21-22 at Oracle State Park, Center for Environmental Education, begins at 6pm on Friday, August 21st and continues through 12noon on Saturday, August 22nd. Southeastern Arizona is home to some of the most spectacular insects in North America. Oracle State Park is on the boundary between the highlands of the Catalina Mountains and mesquite grasslands and has an especially rich insect fauna. Some of the bugs you may have a chance to see include large moths, impressive beetles, katydids, tarantulas, and other nocturnal creatures.

On Friday, August 21st, learn about scorpions with Casey Egan. This is followed by a slide presentation with Entomologist Michael Wilson at 7pm. Bring a flashlight to see which night bugs will be attracted to blacklit sheets. A limited camping option for this special night of outdoor education is available. To reserve a space, call the park at (520) 896-2425.

Bring your own refreshments or drinking water.  Long pants are best. Come prepared with insect repellant for mosquitoes. Closed-toe shoes (sneakers, tennis shoes, etc.) are better than sandals or flip-flops.  Meet at the Kannally Ranch House.  Reservations are suggested for both days, call (520) 896-2425.  There is a $5/car fee for each day.

About your bug guides-Michael Wilson is Research Director of Drylands Institute, a Tucson non-profit organization, devoted to research on the Sonoran Desert. Wilson has traveled to many places to study insects and is a specialist on Arizona bugs.  Fred Terry is a local beekeeper and balladeer. Casey Egan has collected and sold scorpions, while also being a 5th grade science teacher. Marceline VandeWater is an active member of the Central Arizona Butterfly Association (CAzBA.org).

For more information call Oracle State Park at (520) 896-2425. Oracle State Park is located approximately 45 minutes from Tucson, in the northern foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains in the community of Oracle in southern Pinal County.

Saturday, August 22, 2009

Bug Fest 2009 at Oracle State Park August 21-22 at Oracle State Park. On Saturday, August 22nd, starting at 8am, join a butterfly walk led by Marceline VandeWater. A bee presentation will begin at 9:30am with beekeeper Fred Terry. Bring your own refreshments or drinking water.  Long pants are best. Come prepared with insect repellant for mosquitoes. Closed-toe shoes (sneakers, tennis shoes, etc.) are better than sandals or flip-flops.  Meet at the Kannally Ranch House.  Reservations are suggested for both days, call (520) 896-2425.  There is a $5/car fee for each day. For more information call Oracle State Park at (520) 896-2425.

The Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance Announces An ALL STAR Twenty Piece BIG BAND to play SWING concert for charity at La Encantada. On Saturday, August 22nd, the hallways and walkways of La Encantada will be alive with high intensity energy, swing dancing and BIG BAND MUSIC with the outstanding sounds of an ALL STAR 20 piece band out together by famed drummer Chip Ritter. 
 
The La Encantada Summer Concert Series has grown to host over 200 attendees on Saturday nights in the lower level courtyard, drawing people of all ages and genres to the shopping center to enjoy an affordable evening of fun, libations and local music.  This performance will surely go down in the history books for the concert series, as over 300 attendees are anticipated to fill the courtyard to dance and swing the night away to the music of a 20 piece BIG BAND coming together on stage for one night only.  Concert highlights include drumming battles, outrageous horn and trumpet solos as well as the upbeat and familiar vocals of Kevin Tracy and the musical direction of Joel Dunst. All monies raised at this concert go directly to benefit the ARTS in your community to benefit the Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance. Performance begins at 7:30pm in the Lower Level Courtyard, La Encantada Shopping Center, Northwest Corner of Skyline & Campbell. Tickets $10 each. Doors open at 6:30pm. The Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance La Encantada Summer Concert Series is made possible with the generous support from Tucson Federal Credit Union. www.chipritter.com.

Sunday, August 23, 2009

Summer Saturday Evening – Arizona Sonora Desert Museum, showcasing what happens in the desert after dark and how plants and animals adapt, program this evening Family Astronomy Night, Dark Skies observing and raptor free flight, $2.25-6, 4 pm, 520-883-2702 or visit www.desertmuseum.org

La Encantada Summer Concert Series – Lower level courtyard, featuring Big Band Era Music – Chip Ritter, with a vaudevillian flair, his drum solos bring audiences to their feet, $10, 7:30 pm, www.govac.org

Thursday, August 27, 2009

March of Dimes Jail & Bail brings together the community’s most wanted leaders and citizens for a common cause – saving babies.  Charged with smiling too much on a Monday morning, reckless window shopping, and other fun charges they are guilty of aiding and abetting the March of Dimes in the fight against prematurity. Their “sentence?”  To serve time raising “bail” in form of donations to the March of Dimes. The bail they raise helps support lifesaving programs of research, community services and education. Held at        Randolph Park Hotel, 102 North Alvernon Way. Starts at 10:00 a.m. More information call 520-298-5490.

Twilight Thursdays Tropical Night, August 27, at the Tucson Botanical Gardens. Summer days in Tucson are hot, as we all know, but once the sun sets, the air cools and there is no better place to be than enjoying the beautiful outdoors of our desert home. Join us for Tropical Night on Thursday, August 27 at the Tucson Botanical Gardens. Ukelele band, the Ukesters and steel pan players, Apocalypso will bring the festive air of the tropics to the Garden.  A tour of the tropical plants in the Greenhouse will round out the evening. The Gardens will be open for this special event from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. The Gardens Café featuring Café 54 will offer a buffet menu corresponding with the evenings theme. 5:00 p.m. Gates open. 6:00 p.m. Greenhouse tour, the Ukesters. 6:30 p.m. Apocalypso. 7:00 p.m. the Ukesters. 7:30 p.m. Apocalypso. Apocalypso has been spreading the music of the Caribbean and the joy of pan playing to kids of all ages as a steel band that consists of four steel pan players and one percussionist. Their repertoire extends from standard socas and calypsos to reggae, popular song arrangements and more. Apocalypso members pride themselves on their sense of fun as well as their work as educators, coaches and mentors. For more information, visit www.pankids.com. Twilight Thursday admission: $7 for adults, $3.50 for member adults, $3 for children, and $1.50 for member children. Garden Hours: Garden hours are 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Open seven days a week, year round, except July 4th, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Day and New Year’s Day. Tucson Botanical Gardens is a private, non-profit organization that promotes botanical, horticultural, and ecological education; encourages responsible environmental stewardship; and provides a beautiful setting for enjoyment and relaxation. The Gardens, designated as America’s Best Secret Garden by Reader’s Digest, is an urban oasis in the heart of Tucson featuring a 5 ? acre collection of 16 specialty gardens. It is located at 2150 N. Alvernon Way. For more information, call (520) 326-9686, Ext. 10, email info@tucsonbotanical.org or visit www.tucsonbotanical.org.

Friday, August 28, 2009

La Fiesta de San Agustin – Armory Park & Center, celebrate the 1775 founding of “El Presidio de San Agustin del Tucson,” festive celebration with live entertainment, speakers series and an art exhibits, food for sale, free, noon – 11 pm, 520-792-4806 or www.culturalexchangecouncil.org or www.visittucson.org

Primavera Cooks! – gourmet dinning event series supporting the community, some of Tucson’s finest chefs and adventurous donors create and prepare an elaborate wine-paired dinner with proceeds benefiting the Primavera Foundation,  this week’s venue is JBar, $125, 520-623-5111 ext. 101 or www.primaveracooks.org

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