Agave, Arte, y Alibrejes Festival

Tohono Chul 7366 N. Paseo del Norte, Tucson

Agave, Arte y Alebrijes Festival at Tohono Chul! Saturday, April 20, 20249:00 am – 4:00 pm Join us for the premiere Agave, Arte y Alebrijes Festival, a vibrant collaboration between Tohono Chul and the Agave Heritage Festival. Enrich yourself in the delights of a multicultural experience, including crisp mezcal, folk art, live music, children's activities, […]

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Why A Will Is Not Enough Workshop – CANCELLED

We're sorry, but this workshop has been canceled. Click here to RSVP for the May, 18th course. WHY A WILL IS NOT ENOUGH: A Personal Finance Workshop -FREE WORKSHOP- The ‘Why A Will Is Not Enough’ workshop, sponsored by the Planned Giving Roundtable of Southern Arizona and Mission Management & Trust Co., is designed to […]

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Foodways with Linda Wyner: Agave

Saturday, April 20th | 10 – 11 am This class is a part of the Agave, Arte, y Alibrejes Festival It’s not just for tequila and sweeteners! Agave was cultivated throughout the Americas and locally by O’odham ancestors the Hohokam (Huhugam). This foodways lecture from writer, food anthropologist and cooking instructor Linda Wyner will take […]

Children’s Clay Workshop at CMOV – Pinch Pots

Children's Museum Oro Valley at Tohono Chul

Step into the world of creativity at Children's Museum Oro Valley (CMOV) with an interactive clay workshop for kids! Join professional clay artists from the Southern Arizona Clay Artists (SACA) as they guide children and families through an enchanting journey of clay crafting. Each session is inspired by a captivating Storytelling book, ensuring a magical […]


Jazz Under the Stars

Tohono Chul - Garden Bistro 7366 N. Paseo del Norte, Tucson

Jazz Under the Stars is back for the Winter/Spring season and kicks off on on Friday, February 23rd! Join us on Fridays and Saturdays from 5 to 8 pm for craft cocktails, local brews, and a rotating menu of tasty bites while you soak up the smooth sounds of local jazz musicians. Oh, and did […]