Insider Tour: Tucson Presidio Living History
Thursday, December 10
Think you know all there is to know about Tucson’s history? Join Jack Lasseter, Jean Baxter, and Rick Collins for a living history tour of the Tucson Presidio–sure to surprise and enlighten even the most knowledgeable of locals. A delicious lunch will be provided at La Cocina, a local, iconic downtown restaurant.
$165 for WNPA members/$185 for nonmembers. Price includes transportation, lunch, and entrance fees. Limited to 9 participants. Tickets must be prepaid and are nonrefundable. To purchase, call 520-622-6014.
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