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Marana in May
Friday, May 1, 2020 - Sunday, May 31, 2020
Mother’s Day & More
Things to do now and after everything reopens.
Fast and easy online shopping ideas for Moms who are counting down the minutes until their next facial, their next new outfit, and new adventures.
Thirsty? Then you’ve got what it takes to help our local craft brewers and craft beer purveyors. Check with businesses for temporary hours, pick up, and delivery options.
Birding is Perfect Right Now
Spring is in full swing and you may see many of these birds outside of your window, or at a park or preserve in Marana.
Old Pueblo Archaeology’s Events Calendar
If you aren’t already on Old Pueblo Archaeology’s email list then you are in for a treat. Old Pueblo compiles educational archaeology events for the public. Here are just a couple of events.
Saturday May 9, 2020; 1-2 p.m. Arizona/Mountain Standard Time. Free online Zoom lecture. Click below to register (this is not an Old Pueblo Archaeology event):
“An Overview of Mimbres Archaeology: Beautiful Pottery, Ordinary Architecture, and Scarlet Macaws in Southwestern New Mexico” by archaeologist Dr. Patricia Gilman, Amerind Museum
Saturday May 16, 2020; 1-2 p.m. Arizona/Mountain Standard Time. Free online Zoom lecture. Click below to register (this is not an Old Pueblo Archaeology event):
“An Insider’s View of Paquimé” by archaeologist Dr. Paul Minnis, Amerind Museum
CURRENTLY ON HOLD
Tuesdays – Catalina Brewing Company Taco Tuesdays
Wednesdays – Tucson Premium Outlets We Love Locals Wednesdays
Fridays – First Friday of Each Month Guided Horseback Rides at Tortolita Preserve
Saturdays – Tucson Premium Outlets Live Music Concert Series
Sundays – Button Brew House Michelada Sundays
Sundays – Catalina Brewing Company Sonoran Dog Sundays
2nd Sundays – Vintage Market at Crossroads at Silverbell District Park
2nd, 4th & 5th Sundays – Marana Farmers/Artisans Market
Thursdays – Desert Harvesters Desert Foods Demonstration at Santa Cruz River Farmer’s Market
Saturdays & Sundays – Picture Rocks Farmer’s Market (every weekend near Saguaro National Park West)