This Saturday is a Living History Day! 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Our living history interpreters will be in full force sharing foods of the time and demonstrating daily life in early Tucson. Presidio soldiers will be on hand to shoot muskets and fire the cannon hourly, the blacksmiths will be forging new wares and tortillas will be available fresh off the comal. It will be a gorgeous fall day, bring friends and family and enjoy an outing at the Presidio followed by lunch at La Cocina next door. Street parking is free.
In Two Weeks: November 22nd
Join us for the Salon and Saloon Lecture Series
Salon: A gathering of people to refine taste and to increase knowledge.
Saloon: What better place to refine our taste than at La Cocina's cantina!
Featuring anthropologist Diana Hadley who will speak on "Native Peoples of the Tucson Basin."
November 22nd, 2p.m.
At La Cocina, directly across from the Presidio.
201 N. Court Street.
Tickets are $5 at the door. For reservations call 837-8119.