Registration concludes tomorrow for the next session of classes at Tucson Parks and Recreation. Choose from classes like dance of all styles, pottery or ceramics, arts and crafts, jewelry making, photography, and so much more. Get fit in fitness classes like t’ai chi, yoga, aerobics, and total body conditioning.
A new mural at Miller’s Surplus, 406 N. Sixth Ave., says "Greetings from Tucson," and it has a local flair to it. Victor Ving and Lisa Beggs travel the country in a recreational vehicle to paint and photograph murals specific to the cities they visit. Ving does the painting and Beggs photographs each mural and turns the photos into postcards.
A fire at the historic Corbett Building in the downtown area caused police to block off some streets for several hours Saturday morning. The Tucson Fire Department said flames were coming from the roof. When crews got inside, they found an attic fire burning through multiple layers of roofing.
Learn how to reserve a ramada in a City of Tucson park by watching Sierra Says from Tucson 12 (below).
Do you have a question about Parks and Recreation? If so, email Sierra.Boyer@tucsonaz.gov. Your question may appear on a future episode of the TV and social media series.
The event runs tomorrow from 10 a.m.-noon at the Mexican Consulate, 3915 E. Broadway Blvd.
For more information, call (520) 449-8412 or (520) 465-9358.
Ward 5 Council Member Richard Fimbres announced at Wednesday's City Council Meeting that the City of Tucson recently received a rebate of more than $807,000 for its participation in the purchasing card (PCard) program. Fimbres is a longtime champion of the PCard program, which allows the City to purchase items through a credit card instead of the traditional purchasing and payment process. The City receives a percentage of total spending as a rebate at the end of the year.
Trainers can capture Pokémon, meet other players, and learn tips and tricks from local Pokémon GO pros. Lures will be activated in the Pokémon GO app at several different locations in the Zoo approximately every 30 minutes.
Riders of the Purple Sage, a new opera based on Zane Grey's Western novel of the same name will be performed tonight at 7:30 and tomorrow at 2 p.m. at the Tucson Music Hall, 260 S. Church Ave.
The performance was composed by Craig Bohmler, featuring scenery designed by Arizona artist Ed Mell, with libretto written by Steven Mark Kohn. Billie Jo and Judd Herberger are the executive producers.
Tickets are available online or by calling (520) 293-4336.