A recreation worker provides service to the patrons of the City's Parks and Recreation facilities. The seasonal position assists in planning activities for children ages 5 to 12, prepares facilities for scheduled functions, and supervises youth activity participants.
Pima County Public Library’s Kindred team is conducting the first-ever One Book, One Community program, featuring Octavia Butler’s award-winning Parable of the Sower, which marked its 25th anniversary this year.
The Tucson Police Department (TPD) is looking for role player volunteers to help provide reality-based training for police officers. Using community members as role players in scenarios that a police officer may experience enhances an officer’s training significantly.
The Tucson Parks and Recreation department is now accepting mail-in registrations for the Spring Adult Slowpitch Softball Leagues. You can register in person at the Sports Unit, 920 S. Randolph Way, from Feb. 13–Mar. 1.
Call the Sports Unit at (520) 791-4870 for more information and other registration options. The season begins March 11.
The annual Tucson Festival of Books is Saturday and Sunday, March 2 and 3, 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. (both days), and volunteers are being recruited now. The festival takes place on the campus of the University of Arizona and features hundreds of authors, panelists, and exhibitors.
Tucson Water offers free replacement toilets to qualifying limited-income homeowners. The offer applies to toilets originally manufactured in 1991 or earlier that consume 3.5 or more gallons per flush.
Reid Park Zoo is partnering with the Confucius Institute at the University of Arizona, Tianyu Arts & Culture Inc., and Tucson Chinese Cultural Center to bring more than 40 colorful, customized lantern displays to Southern Arizona this spring.
The Asian Lantern Festival, Feb. 2-March 23 (6-10 p.m.), will transport you across the world with Asian-inspired entertainment, cuisine, and culture. You can check admission prices and register now at the above link.