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Did you know Buffalo Bill had a gold mine near Tucson?

Cody Days Oracle 2017

Saturday and Sunday, February 25-26, 2017 in ORACLE: 2nd Annual Buffalo Bill Cody Days. Oracle Inn Steakhouse & Lounge 1-5pm. Presentations, book talks, movies, treats, and a treasure hunt for kids. Free jewelry drawing  for gold and silver mined from the Catalina Mountains.


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Treasures of the Santa Catalina Mountains by Robert ZuckerTreasures of the Santa Catalina Mountains

Discover the legends and rich history of the Santa Catalina Mountains. Learn about the Iron Door Mine, Spanish Jesuit treasures, Buffalo Bill's mines, gold mining in Oracle when pioneers arrived to prospect the Catalina Mountains. Visit the "Treasures of the Santa Catalinas" and read stories forgotten in time. Available at a discount on Amazon.

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Read about the local Tucson entertainment scene from the 1950s through the 1990s. Over 700 pages of pages of musician interviews, original photographs and stories. If you played in a band or went to a nightclub during those years, you'll be familiar with many of these people and places. Published by Entertainment Magazine. Read sample pages Entertaining Tucson Across the Decades.


Events Through February

  • The small communities sprinkled throughout Cochise County celebrate events in uniquely colorful ways that reflect the heritage and energy of the southeastern Arizona. Blues, Cowboys, Astronomy, the Arts, and Wine all blend together for a great mix of weekend getaways.

  • The National Parks Store has events throughout the month, including authors talks, pottery exhibits and demonstrations, and R. Carlos Nakai presentation.

  • Children's Museum Tucson will have $3 30s. On the 30th of each month, admission to the museum will be just $3 per person! Admission will include all our great exhibits, plus regular programs and spontaneous activities by our Discovery Guides. See all Children's Museum events through the month of February.

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Celebrate Buffalo Bill Days in Oracle February 25-26, 2017

Cody Days Oracle

The first annual Buffalo Bill Cody Days in Oracle will be held during the weekend of February 25-26, 2017. Celebrate the birthday of the World's Top Entertainer who had a mine near Oracle for many year. For three days, from Friday night through Sunday, special events, speakers, contests and activities are planned. Much of the activity will be held at the historic Oracle Inn, 305 E. American Avenue in Oracle. Read more about Cody Days in Oracle 2016. 


February 2016 Daily Events in Tucson


Through February 26, 2016

  • Fences - Temple of Music and Art, by Arizona Theater Company, the gripping story of sanitation worker Troy Maxson, a star baseball player whose career was blunted by the racism prevalent in pre-Jackie Robinson America, feeling his world rapidly changing, he builds a fence to protect what is familiar and hold off what threatens, shows what can happen when a strong man is robbed of his dreams, 520-622-2823 or http://www.arizonatheatre.org/

Through February 15, 2016

Saturday, February 13-14, 2016

  • Curtis Stigers: Hooray for Love - SuperPops! - Tucson Music Hall, by Tucson Symphony Orchestra, conductor Stuart Chafetz, often euphoric and always elegant, the songs of Hooray For Love dart easily between standards and songs that perhaps should be, 8 & 2 pm, http://tucsonsymphony.org
  • Valentine's Dinners. Two of Tucson’s award-winning downtown restaurants, Cup Café and Maynards Kitchen, are hosting special dinners Valentine’s Day Weekend as they are serving their special menus.
  • Exquisitely intricate Mata Ortiz pottery and vibrant Zapotec rugs will be on display at this special show. National Parks Store.
  • SPECIAL VALENTINE’S DAY COMEDY MURDER MYSTERY DINNER THEATER SHOW, Sabbar Shrine Center, portion of the proceeds going to support the Shriners Hospital for Children.

Saturday, February 13, 2016

  • Chinese New Year Festival 2016 - Tucson Chinese Cultural Center, features Chinese arts and crafts, games for kids, and food for sale in a family-friendly environment with live performances to celebrate the Year of the Monkey, 11 am - 3 pm, $1-2, 520-292-6900 or http://www.tucsonchinese.org/
  • Living History Day at Tucson Presidio - Cavalcade of History: Arizona Statehood Day- State history is celebrated today with a variety of characters and costumes celebrating our rich history, these characters will join our monthly living historians who demonstrate daily life in the Presidio, come walk through history with us on this special day, $3, 10 am - 3 pm, 520-837-8119 or http://www.tucsonpresidiotrust.org/
  • "Sweet & Savory" Wine & Food Pairing Event at Sonoita Vineyards. Only 65 ticket are being offered for this tasting event. $20 per person.

Sunday, February 14, 2016 Valentine's Day in Tucson

  • Fine Valentine Couple's Relay - University of Arizona, 4-mile Couple's Relay, Tucson's 4-Mile Open race with men's and women's categories, top finishers overall and top three in 10-year age categories will receive awards, 2 mile walk/jog is non-competitive, and all participants are eligible for raffle prizes, 8:30 am, http://www.azroadrunners.org
  • TUCSON BOTANICAL GARDENS presents Valentine’s Day at The Tucson Botanical Gardens. Admission to the Gardens and lunch for two at Cafe Botanica. Held from 9am-3pm.
  • World-renowned organist Gail Archer performs a free concert at St. Alban’s Episcopal Church.

Tuesday, February 16-21, 2016

  • The Book of Mormon - Centennial Hall, nine-time Tony Award winning Best Musical from the creators of South Park, contains explicit language, http://www.broadwayintucson.com/

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Wednesday, February 17-21, 2016

  • Tucson Winter Classic Horse Show - Pima County Fairgrounds, Horse Shows in the Sun presents the third of its six-week Arizona Winter Circuit with hunter, jumper and equitation classes for novice and experienced riders, daily, Wed-Sun 8 am - 4 pm, during show weeks, free 520-762-9100 (during horse shows only) or http://www.hitsshows.com/arizona/hits-arizona-winter-circuit

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

  • Modigliani Quartet - Leo Rich Theater, the Modigliani Quartet will apply its oft-remarked panache and playfulness to three engaging quartets spanning the 19th century featuring Beethoven: Quartet in B-flat Major, Op. 18 No. 6; Schubert: Quartettsatz in C Minor; Dvorák: Quartet No. 12 in F Major, Op. 96, "American," presented by Arizona Friends of Chamber Music, $10-30, 7:30 pm, http://arizonachambermusic.org

Thursday, February 18-19, 2016

  • 6th Annual Cowgirls with Heart Rodeo Dance has chosen to support the Arizona Fisher House, serving our military families in Southern Arizona at the Tucson VA. We will be attending the dedication of the home on February 18 and appear on the Morning Blend on February 19th. Reserve tickets! Diane Storms: 520.954.4355 FB: Annual Cowgirls w/Heart Rodeo Dance.

Friday, February 19-21, 2016

  • 38th Annual Tucson Quilters Guild Quilt Show - Quilt Fiesta - TCC, more than 300 quilts, demonstrations, expanded gift boutique, vendor mall, raffle quilt, classes by Quilt Camp in the Pines, $10, Fri-Sat 9 am - 5 pm, Sun 10 am - 4 pm, 520-547-5463 or http://tucsonquiltersguild.com/
  • Indian Information & Trade Center. Authentic quality handmade Native American Crafts, demonstrators, carvers, silversmiths', pottery makers, turquoise jewelry, etc. Turquoise collection of stones. Tucson Convention Center.
  • Fountains of Life: Respighi & Strauss - Classic - Tucson Music Hall, by Tucson Symphony Orchestra, featuring José Luis Gomez, conductor and Lauren Roth, violin, program includes Respighi: Fountains of Rome; Bruch: Violin Concerto No. 1; Strauss: Death and Transfiguration; 8 & 2 pm, http://tucsonsymphony.org/

Saturday, February 20-21, 2016

  • Second City, IO West, and TV actress Jaime Moyer as our special guest at Unscrewed Theater this Saturday! Workshops AND will be performing with Not Burnt Out Just Unscrewed at 7:30pm for our family-friendly show AND at 9:30pm for a special show of performances.

Saturday, February 20, 2016

  • Peter and the Wolf - Tucson Music Hall, José Luis Gomez, conductor, Lupita Murillo, narrator, a must-see musical performance for every child! Sergei Prokofiev's beloved tale of the courageous Peter and his animal friends?the bird, the duck, and the cat?and their quest to capture a ravenous wolf, 2 & 3:30 pm, http://tucsonsymphony.org
  • Oro Valley Cruise, BBQ & Blues Family Festival sponsored by the Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance from 10am-3pm, Oro Valley Marketplace. Over 30 Exhibitors, Food Trucks and Vendors and up to 200 Classic & Antique Cars on display
  • Classic Concert - Our Mother of Sorrows Church, vocal artistry comes to life in this acclaimed concert featuring repertoire of Renaissance, Baroque and Classical choral masters as well as twentieth century works, indicative of the performance styles of the musical eras, the boys' pure treble voices will be joined by the tenors and basses of the Young Men's Ensemble accompanied by a string quartet, 7:30 pm, $8-18, 520-296-6277 or http://www.boyschorus.org

Saturday, February 20-28, 2016

  • 91st Annual La Fiesta de los Vaqueros - The Tucson Rodeo & Parade - Tucson Rodeo Grounds, top contestants in the sport of rodeo, vying for a share of more than $350,000 in prize money, this PRCA rodeo is America's largest, outdoor, midwinter rodeo; standard events as well as special acts, clowns, little buckaroos in Mutton Bustin' and Justin Junior Rodeo and a parade on Thursday, $14-28, 1 pm, 520-741-2233 or http://www.tucsonrodeo.com
  • The range of films selected for the 22nd annual Sedona International Film Festival is as diverse as the audiences who will fill the theaters and the filmmakers among the 165 films to be screened.

Saturday, February 20, 2016

  • Family SCIFest, a day of demonstrations, exhibits and hands-on experiments at the Children’s Museum Tucson, is a signature event of the Arizona SciTech Festival. It’s a day that encourages kids and parents to explore STEM in our daily lives and find the science that is all around us. Family SCIFest activities will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. throughout the Museum and courtyard, as well as on the lawn along Sixth Avenue.
  • Arizona Lions Camp Tatiyee's latest fundraising event, their fourth annual Run/Walk & Roll, that allows friends, family, and supporters of all ages and capabilities to get moving for a great cause at Reid Park.
  • Opening Day at the Tucson Rodeo. ProRodeo Competition, Coors Barn Dance.
  • Open Talk about The Rogue's MISS JULIE!
  • Living Streets Alliance and El Grupo Youth Cycling invite Tucsonans of all ages to get out and ride this spring, by hosting multiple family-friendly “Kidical Mass” community bike rides at Blenman Elementary School.

Sunday, February 21, 2016

  • 5th Annual BE Tucson Women's 5K and Men's Mile Run - La Encantada, a 3-loop 5k course awaits women of all ages and abilities, perfect for sharing with daughters, moms, and grandmothers, a morning celebration of health, wellness, and women's running, $20-30, http://azroadrunners.org/
  • Classic Concert - Ascension Lutheran Church, vocal artistry comes to life in this acclaimed concert featuring repertoire of Renaissance, Baroque and Classical choral masters as well as twentieth century works, indicative of the performance styles of the musical eras, the boys' pure treble voices will be joined by the tenors and basses of the Young Men's Ensemble accompanied by a string quartet, 3 pm, $8-18, 520-296-6277 or http://www.boyschorus.org
  • Pink Day at the Tucson Rodeo Wear pink to support breast cancer initiatives. Chick n Chaps Women's Rodeo Clinic. ProRodeo Compeition. Coors Barn Dance.

 


Monday, February 22-28, 2016

  • 40th Annual Spring Grand American Trap Shoot - Tucson Trap & Skeet Club, annual tournament for competitive shotgun shooting at clay targets presented by Tucson Trap and Skeet Club, 520-883-6426 or http://tucsontrapandskeet.com

Monday, February 22, 2016

  • Oro Valley Cruise, BBQ & Blues Family Festival - oldies music, classic cars include antique, classic and muscle cars and trucks, $5, 10 am - 3 pm, http://www.saaca.org/
  • Timed Event Competitions at the Tucson Rodeo Barrel Racing, Steer Racing.

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

  • The Chieftains - Tucson Music Hall, Lawrence Golan conducts, six-time Grammy® winners, The Chieftains are now recognized for bringing traditional Irish music to the world's attention, with Tucson Symphony Orchestra, 8 pm.
  • Timed Event Competitions at the Tucson Rodeo Barrel Racing, Steer Racing.
  • The Suffers Announce Spring 2016 Tour Supporting Lake Street Dive performance at Rialto Theatre.

Wednesday, February 24-28, 2016

  • Sahuaro Classic Horse Show - Pima County Fairgrounds, Horse Shows in the Sun presents the fourth of its six-week Arizona Winter Circuit with hunter, jumper and equitation classes for novice and experienced riders, daily Wed-Sun 8 am - 4 pm during show weeks, free, 520-762-9100 (during horse shows only), or http://www.hitsshows.com/arizona/hits-arizona-winter-circuit
  • Barrel Racing slack, Gold Card Roping. Parade float decorations at the Tucson Rodeo Tucson Rodeo at Trail Dust Town 5-10pm.

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

  • Beginners Basket Weaving Workshop, 10 AM–4 PM. Join Tohno O’odham weavers Fred and Della Cruz as they share the treasured art of American Indian basket weaving in a hands-on workshop.

Thursday, February 25-26, 2016

Thursday, February 25, 2016

  • 91st Annual Tucson Rodeo Parade - South 6th & Irvington, world's longest non-motorized parade, 200 entries including western-theme floats and buggies, Mexican folk dancers and musicians, bleacher seats $5-10, 9 am, 520-294-1280 or http://www.tucsonrodeo.com
  • Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum Insider Tour– an unforgettable behind-the-scenes tour of the nationally acclaimed museum.

Friday, February 26, 2016

  • The Sea Of Glass—Center For The Arts Cinema presents Love Thy Nature, narrated by Liam Neeson; a cinematic journey into the beauty and intimacy of our relationship with the natural world. With mesmerizing artistry and fascinating details, the film explores how nature nourishes us.

Saturday, February 27-Sunday, February 28, 2016

  • Oro Valley Festival of the Arts is a two day festival features up to 150 artists and exhibitors in all mediums, live music on the main stage, food vendors and family arts activities.
  • Buffalo Bill Cody Days in Oracle. Free events at the Oracle Inn, Oracle Community Center and Oracle Historical Society. Starts 6pm Friday at Oracle Inn. Free movies, cake for kids, presentations.
  • AMERICAN INDIAN ARTS EXPOSITIONAuthentic quality handmade Native American Crafts, demonstrators, carvers, silversmiths', pottery makers, turquoise jewelry, and weavers, etc. Cineplex -1055 W. Grant Road 10am-5pm.

Saturday, February 27, 2016

  • Buffalo Bill Cody Days in Oracle. Starts at 3:00pm through evening. Presentations, movies at Oracle Inn Steakhouse.
  • Country star Tracy Lawrence is putting on a special Tucson Rodeo performance at the Diamond Center on Saturday, Feb. 27, 2016. Tickets to the show go on sale Saturday, Jan. 16.
  • AZA unites traditional Tamazight (Berber) music, indigenous to the Atlas Mountains of Morocco, with the global influences of its diverse members. Sea of Glass Center for the Arts.
  • Native Basketry is presented from 10 AM–5 PM. Presenting a wide selection of antique California and contemporary baskets. Terry DeWald speaks at 11 AM and 2 PM. Demonstrations throughout the day.
  • 6th Annual Rodeo Days Arts Celebration on Saturday, February 27th at Plaza Palomino Courtyard from 10 AM to 5 PM.
    Susan French with Former Mayor Bob Walkup; NAI Horizon, WCCP Plaza Palomino

Sunday February 28, 2016

  • Tucson Rodeo finals, ProRodeo Competition, Junior Rodeo and Coors Barn Dance.
  • Tucson’s legendary live country club, The Maverick will host Trick Pony in concert.
  • "Ed Abbey: A Voice in the Wilderness" An award winning PBS documentary by Eric Temple at 2:00 pm at the Acadia Ranch Museum in Oracle.

Monday, February 29, 2016

  • Experience “An Evening With Neil Young” when Fathom Events, Warner Bros. Records and AARP present a special, one-night screening of the critically-acclaimed post-apocalyptic musical comedy, “Human Highway,” along with the iconic musician’s concert feature, “Rust Never Sleeps,” in select movie theaters

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Past February 2015 events

Through February 14, 2016

  • African Art Village - approx. 100 African exhibitors showcasing African masks, beads, statues and various other African artifacts from countries throughout Africa, 7:30 am - 7 pm, 520-869-7895 or http://www.xpopress.com/AZ-AAV-show-schedule.html
  • American Indian Arts Exposition - Flamingo Hotel Ballroom, demonstrations and artist change every 3-7 days, dances and food held at poolside, music concert/jam session on Sunday, authentic crafts and art from 80 tribal nations, free, 520-622-4900 or http://www.usaindianinfo.com

Through February 13, 2016

  • Fine Minerals International Gem & Mineral Forum - InnSuites of Tucson, offering the finest minerals and gems from all over the globe, including new material from China, Russia and Brazil, 732-318-6760 or http://www.xpopress.com/
  • Globe-X - Days Inn, 200 dealers of gems, minerals, fossils, mostly direct-import merchandise from around the world, including gem stones, decorator minerals, polished minerals, rough minerals, beads, opals, fossils, amber, crystals, Arizona minerals, septarians and carvings, 9 am - 7 pm, http://www.gigmshows.com

Through February 12, 2016

  • Tucson Electric Park RV Gem Show - gems, minerals, fossils, jewelry, lapidary equipment supplies and tools, 9:30 am - 5:30 pm, 800-983-0133 or http://www.xpopress.com

Through February 10, 2016

Through February 8, 2016

Jogs Gem Show Tucson

  • Get the Latest info on the Jogs Tucson Gem and Jewelry Show held. J.O.G.S. Show - Tucson Expo Center, this exciting gem and jewelry show event draws buyers and exhibitors from all over the world, products like fine and finish jewelry, silver, gold, gemstones, findings, beads, minerals, watches, fashion jewelry, gem decor, jewelry gift items will be presented at the show, 600 exhibitors, 10 am - 6 pm, http://www.jogsshow.com
  • To Bead True-Blue - Tucson Doubletree Reid Park, a juried bead show, 500 exhibitors, the finest artists, artisans and merchants, artistic suppliers, direct importers, textile arts, jewelry design, lapidary, handmade artistic glass, fused glass, clay arts, metal smith, antiquities, enameling techniques, collectibles, wearable art, interior décor and art jewelry, 10 am - 6 pm, 530-274-2222 or http://www.tobeadtrueblue.com or http://www.xpopress.com/

Through February 7, 2016

  • Tucson Desert Song Festival - a 10-day classical voice festival bringing internationally known soloists and conductors to perform alongside Tucson Symphony Orchestra, Tucson Chamber Artists, UApresents, Chamber Music Plus, Ballet Tucson at varied locations, http://www.tucsondesertsongfestival.org/
  • Children’s Museum Tucson, 200 S. Sixth Ave., is marking 30 years of bringing discovery, learning and fun to kids in Tucson and Southern Arizona. In celebration, the Museum is offering $3/30s - $3 admission on the 30th of every month.

Through February 6, 2016

  • Arizona Theatre Company celebrates the new year with a great American classic in August Wilson’s stunning, Pulitzer-Prize winning play, "Fences." Performances at the Temple of Music & Art, 333 S. Scott Ave. Runs through February 6.

Wednesday, February 3-March 9, 2016

  • The Hotel Congress Lobby Gallery is excited to host local artist Liz Vaughn for her new set of artworks, Speaking to Love. The exhibit starts Wednesday, February 3 with the Artist Reception taking place 6 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, February 6 in the hotel lobby.

Wednesday, February 3-7, 2016

  • Sundance Welcome Horse Show - Pima County Fairgrounds, horse Shows in the Sun presents the first of its six-week Arizona Winter Circuit, HITS Arizona offers jumper, hunter and equitation divisions that supply adults, juniors, amateurs and professionals alike with serious competition and reputable prize money that is second-to-none in the region, free admission, 520-762-9100 (during horse shows only) or http://www.hitsshows.com/

Wednesday, February 3-6, 2016

  • Tucson Trunk Show - La Placita, features vintage and vintage-inspired beads and components, as well as tools & supplies for beading, free admission, open to the public, registration not required, 800-292-2577 or http://avamotherwell.com

Thursdays, February 4, 11, 18

Thursday, February 4, 2016

  • Marie-Josee Lord, soprano - Crowder Hall, star of the Canadian opera stage, 7:30 pm, http://uapresents.org/lord
  • intimate concert experience starring award-winning musician Josh Groban as he performs his GRAMMY-nominated, seventh studio album, Stages, with “Josh Groban: Stages Live.”

Friday, February, 5-6, 2016

Friday, February 5, 2016

  • Annual Flame Off -a highly anticipated flame working competition, renowned local and visiting glass artists compete against the clock in front of hundreds of spectators, a highlight of the Gem and Mineral Show, draws hundreds of people for a night of spectacular entertainment, providing the ultimate opportunity to get together to celebrate everything that is fun and exciting about glass, $10-15, 5:30 pm, http://www.sonoranglass.org
  • Best of Baroque and Mozart: Tucson Symphony Orchestra Masterworks Program. 7:30 p.m. on Friday, February 5 at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church.
  • More gem shows and displays in Tucson.

Friday, February 5-7, 2016

  • Winter Concert - Rhythms of the Americas - Stevie Eller Dance Theatre, Ballet Tucson and Tucson Guitar Society in an evening of Latin-inspired music, song and dance, featured guest artists Adam del Monte, guitarist and Bernardo Bermudez, baritone; Flamenco, Tango and Bossa Nova style works along with premiere of Daniel Precup's "Mosaico" incorporating guitar, voice and vibrancy of Ballet Tucson's dancers, $40, 7:30 & 2 pm, http://ballettucson.org/

Friday, Friday, February 5-8, 2016

Saturday, February 6 to March 27, 2016

  • Arizona Renaissance Festival opens every weekend on Saturdays and Sundays and on Presidents’ Day. The Renaissance Festival will be open from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, rain or shine. Always Free Parking.

Saturday, February 6-7, 2016

  • Brandenburg, Jupiter & More Points of Interest - MasterWorks - Catalina Foothills High School, by Tucson Symphony Orchestra, featuring Markus Huber, conductor, program includes Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No. 3; Stravinsky: Concerto in E-flat (Dumbarton Oaks); Ibert: Divertimento, a TSO premiere;Mozart: Symphony No. 41, "Jupiter"; 8 & 2 pm, http://tucsonsymphony.org

Saturday, February 6, 2016

  • Comedian Ron White, best known for his tenure on the Blue Collar Comedy Tour, is returning to the Diamond Center.

  • SAVOR Southern Arizona Food & Wine Festival, featuring one of the largest culinary showcases in Southern Arizona, with over 65 participating chefs, local foods features, wineries, breweries and specialty spirits will come together at the Tucson Botanical Gardens, on Saturday, Feb. 6 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., to celebrate the diverse culinary talent blooming across Southern Arizona.

  • Art Safari - Central Tucson Gallery Association, walking tour of central Tucson warehouse and storefront galleries, featuring exhibit openings and artist receptions, presented by Central Tucson Gallery Association, 520-624-0595 or http://www.ctgatucson.org/galleries.html

  • Savor - Southern Arizona Food & Wine Festival - Tucson Botanical Gardens, lively food experiences, culinary demonstrations, wine-maker meet and greets, local food producer presentations, food, wine and cocktail menu samplings from more than 30 local chefs, $65-75, 11 am - 3 pm, 520-797-3959 x0or http://www.tucsonbotanical.org or http://saaca.org
  • The Fab Four: Ultimate Beatles Tribute - Fox Tucson Theatre, with uncanny, note-for-note live renditions of Beatles' songs and their precise attention to detail, 8 pm, http://foxtucsontheatre.org/
  • Cameron Carpenter at Centennial Hall, Mohawk + International Touring Organ = not the typical keyboard virtuoso, Cameron Carpenter is having a ball smashing the stereotypes of organists and organ music, and all the while generating international acclaim and controversy unprecedented in his field, 8 pm, http://uapresents.org/carpenter

Sunday, February 7-April 5, 2016

  • The Comedy of Errors and The Tempest - University of Arizona's Arizona Repertory Theatre, by William Shakespeare, 520-621-1162 or http://theatre.arizona.edu

Tuesday, February 9-21, 2016

  • Invisible Theatre (IT) continues its 45th Anniversary Season with the world premiere of DEELMAYKER by Tucson playwright, Warren Bodow. This heartfelt play directed by Susan Claassen and Fred Rodriguez features Jack Neubeck, Kathleen Erickson, Kylie Arnold, Ellie Boyles and Sean Dupont.

Wednesday, February 10-14

  • Kachina Classic Horse Show - Pima County Fairgrounds, Horse Shows in the Sun presents the second of its six-week Arizona Winter Circuit, offers jumper, hunter and equitation divisions that supply adults, juniors, amateurs and professionals alike with serious competition and reputable prize money that is second-to-none in the region, free, 520-762-9100 or http://www.hitsshows.com/

Thursday, February 11-21, 2016

  • Arizona Theatre Company, in a special collaboration with Stray Cat Theatre, will present Laura Eason’s new comedy about the calculations people are making to find love or fame in an age of social media, brightly-lit phone screens and bloggin

Thursday, February 11-14

  • 62nd Annual Gem & Mineral Show - Shades of Blue - Minerals of the World - Convention Center, exhibits of mineral specimens from the world's finest museums & private collections, world's largest show featuring mineral, gem, jewelry, lapidary & book dealers, $10, under 14 free with adult, $8 parking, Thu-Sat 10 am - 6 pm, Sun 10 am - 5 pm, 520-322-5773 or http://www.tgms.org or http://www.tucsonshowguide.com
  • More gem shows and displays in Tucson.

Friday, February 12-14, 2016

  • 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo - Willow Springs Ranch, Epic Rides hosts one of the largest 24-hour mountain bike endurance events in the world, with a bike expo, dedication dinner, late-night entertainment, reasonably priced entry fees and 24 hours of tunes provided by 91.3 KXCI Community Radio, 520-745-2033 limited to 1,400, benefits Copper Corridor Economic Development Coalition, http://www.epicrides.com

Friday, February 12, 2016

  • The sounds of Frank Sinatra once again as part of Sinatra Sings Sinatra, As I Remember It, the Centennial Celebration. Frank Sinatra, Jr. is performing his father’s songs at the Diamond Cente
  • Ms. Lisa Fischer & Grand Baton - Fox Tucson Theatre, you may not recognize her name, but you've heard her voice, since 1989 she has toured with the Rolling Stones, singing backup and sometimes sharing lead vocals with Mick Jagger, she toured for 22 years with Luther Vandross, did three tours with Tina Turner and shared the stage with artists as diverse as Chris Botti and Nine Inch Nails, 8 pm, http://foxtucsontheatre.org/

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