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Tucson's Childrens Museum
200 S 6th Ave
(520) 792-9985
Cool summer fun - the Tucson Children's Museum is not only open during construction this summer, several inside areas have already been upgraded: The Wee World for 4's and under has a jungle look with Mayan pyramid and highly original flying frogs (you ... read more

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The Art of Nature Exhibit Opening Reception Friday 11/10/17 05:30 PM at International Wildlife Museum
Join us for FREE admission and light refreshments while viewing our newest wildlife art exhibit, The Art of Nature. Meet and greet the artists, Doug & Sharon Quarles of Quarles Art Gallery and see them painting in action!
Boneyard Safari Hands on Tour November 8th 2017 at Aircraft Restoration Management Wednesday 11/08/17 08:00 AM at Aircraft Restoration & Marketing
Take a unique tour and see a side of aviation with an exclusive look through aircraft in their different conditions at ARM which is one of the last regeneration facilities in Tucson.  Boneyard Safari Docents will guide 10 guests through a C-130, DC-3/C-47, Boeing 727, and walk around various other aircraft including a C-27A, T-37, C-131F, HU-16, and P-3.  It is limited to 3 hours due to weather conditions.  Bring your cameras because this is a unique opportunity to go inside of aircraft as they are being regenerated or seeing their final days.  Be prepared for hot weather, so bring a hat, sunscreen and good hiking shoes (lots of critters).  If you would like to tour AMARG (The Boneyard) there is a daily bus tour through Pima Air and Space Museum.
Cats and Dogs of the Sonoran Desert Saturday 11/04/17 09:00 AM at Ironwood Gallery
From large predators like jaguars and Mexican gray wolves, to medium-sized ocelots and coyotes, the Sonoran Desert hosts at least four species of felines and three of canines. Come learn the natural history of these carnivores - their preferred habitats, foods and interactions. Learn how to identify their sign in the field and take a guided walk to see these predators live at the museum. For registration and further details please scroll to the bottom of Class and Trip Listings (see the website).
NKBA Broadway Village Joesler Tour Thursday 11/09/17 04:15 PM at Broadway Village - Sushi Garden
Tucson Architect Bob Vint will take our chapter on a tour of Josias Joesler's Broadway Village. We'll learn about how to preserve the unique character of Joesler's coveted buildings when approaching a remodeling project. Mr. Vint will point out features that make these buildings unique and highly sought-after several decades later. Along with historic preservation techniques, we'll also learn a little Tucson history along the way. Earn 1 NKBA CEU. Comfortable shoes recommended. 4:15 pm - Meet near the patio outside Sushi Garden 4:30 - 5:30 - Walking tour around Broadway Village (1 CEU) 5:30 - 7:00 - Sushi Garden patio for a bite to eat and networking with collegues NKBA member early bird pricing: $25 (register by Nov 3)  |  NKBA member: $35 Non-NKBA member early bird pricing: $35 (register by Nov 3)   | Non-NKBA member: $45 Principal architect BOB VINT is a native Tucsonan who has practiced as a licensed architect in Arizona, New Mexico, Texas and Massachusetts. He received a Bachelor of Architecture with High Distinction from the University of Arizona in 1982.  After working with various architectural firms in Boston and Tucson, he established an independent practice in 1993.  Bob serves as preservation architect for the Mission San Xavier del Bac in Pima County, the most significant historic building in Arizona (dating to 1783, built of low-fire clay brick with lime mortar), as well as for the pre-historic Native American Cliff Dwellings of the Sierra Ancha in the Tonto National Forest (dating to 1290, built of stone with mud mortar - a preservation study carried out for the U.S. Forest Service.)  Additional projects of note include design of the San Xavier Franciscan Friary and Mission School, Linda Ronstadts's Tucson residence, the main entrance of the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum, the mixed use Plaza San Agustin in downtown Tucson, and the St. Michael's Campus Master Plan, Classrooms and Student Center.Vint is author of a book on affordable housing in the Southwest published in 2005 by the department of Housing & Urban Development, Southwest Housing Traditions: Design, Materials, Performance. Since 2011, Vint has taught at the University of Arizona's College of Architecture, Planning & Landscape Architecture as a member  of the adjunct faculty. His courses at the U of A include the History & Theory of Urban Design, Arid Region Urbanism (featuring field trips throughout the Southwest) and an interdisciplinary downtown design studio.  
Archery Class for Adults Tuesday 11/07/17 09:30 AM at International Wildlife Museum
Drop-in lessons. Compound bows and arrows provided. Learn shooting techniques and hit the bulls eye! No registration required.
Rojo Hospitality Group JOB FAIR Saturday 11/04/17 10:00 AM at Postal code 85743, United States
WE HAD TO RESCHEDULE OUR JOB FAIR DUE TO AN UNSCHEDULED MUSEUM CLOSING ON 10/21. WE HOPE TO SEE EVERYONE THIS SATURDAY 11/4/17. Rojo Hospitality is gearing up for another great season at the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum. We are looking for motivated, reliable people with experience in a high quality/fast-paced environment! Professional positive people encouraged to apply! We offer perks such as free shift meals, museum admission, and a fun educational way to spend your day. We are looking to fill these positions: -Experienced Line Cook -Prep Cook -On Call Banquet Staff -Cashier -Utility -Coffee Shop Lead w/ Supervisory Experience -Kitchen Manager This is a beautiful place to work and we have a fantastic core group of employees. Please come to our Job Fair on Saturday 11/4 from 10am-3pm with a resume and a few minutes to talk with one of our managers about employment opportunities. If you are unable to attend please send a resume for consideration. We look forward to meeting you. Rojo Hospitality Group is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. Candidates are considered for employment with Rojo Hospitality Group without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, gender, pregnancy, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, military/veteran status, or other classification protected by applicable federal, state or local law.
2006-01-01 390 Memorial Museum
6000 East Valencia Road
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2006-01-01 Arizona Historical Society - Sosa-Carrillo-Fremont House Museum
151 South Granada Avenue
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2006-01-01 Arizona State - Historical Society-Arizona- FT Lowell Museum
2900 North Craycroft Road
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2006-01-01 Arizona State Museum
1013 East Univ Boulevard
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2006-01-01 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
2021 North Kinney Road
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2011-12-30 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum - Gift Shop
2021 N Kinney Rd
(520) 883-1380
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2011-12-30 Bates Dan Bronze Sculptures
6541 E Tanque Verde Rd
(520) 722-2706
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2006-01-01 C & L Electrostatic Painting
837 East 36th Street
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2006-01-01 De Grazia Gallery in the Sun
6300 North SWan Road
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2006-01-01 Flandrau Science Center & Planetarium
1601 East Univ Boulevard
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2011-12-30 Franklin Museum
1405 E Kleindale Rd
(520) 326-8038
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2011-12-30 GPD Toy Train Museum
3975 N Miller Ave
(520) 888-2222
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2011-12-30 Hazmat Gallery
197 E Toole Ave
(520) 624-5019
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2011-12-30 International Biopcrk Foundation Inc
1202 N Main Ave
(520) 792-2884
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2011-12-30 International Wildlife Museum
4800 W Gates Pass Rd
(520) 617-1439
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2006-01-01 Ironwood Terraces
2021 North Kinney Road
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2006-01-01 Museum of Contemporary Art
265 S Church Ave
(520) 624-6873
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2006-01-01 Museum of the Horse Soldier
6541 E Tanque Verde Rd
(520) 722-2706
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2006-01-01 Museum of the West
7000 E Tanque Verde Rd Ste 16
(520) 886-4060
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2006-01-01 Old Pueblo Trolley Inc
360 East 8th Street
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2006-01-01 Pima Air & Space Museum - Business
6000 East Valencia Road
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2006-01-01 Postal History Foundation
920 N 1st Ave
(520) 623-6652
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2006-01-01 Rodeo Parade Equipment Museum
4823 S 6th Ave
(520) 294-3636
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2011-12-30 T Rex Museum & Gifts
1202 North Main Avenue
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2006-01-01 Tucson Botanical Gardens
2150 N Alvernon Way
(520) 326-9686
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2006-01-01 Tucson Museum of Art
140 N Main Ave
(520) 624-2333
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2011-12-30 Tucson's Childrens Museum
200 S 6th Ave
(520) 792-9985
Cool summer fun - the Tucson Children's Museum is not only open during construction this summer, several inside areas have already been upgraded: The Wee World for 4's and under has a jungle look with Mayan pyramid and highly original flying frogs (you have to try them to appreciate). The new fitness area features a dance-computer thing and climbing wall, right across from the  doctor's office with a real microscope. Finally a kitchen area has been added to the ever-popular grocery shop.  

Some changes are tiny but cool - look for a simple but neat 'maglev' train right by the pushbutton train exhibit.
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2006-01-01 University of Arizona - Center for Creative Photography- Information
Speedway & Olive
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