Highlighted Events in March
There are still tickets to see Jessi Coulter in an intimate setting on Saturday in conjunction with Desert Night Life at the Desert Museum. John Oates will play at 4:30 on Sunday. Tickets here.
March is Archaeology Month. We will be highlighting this as well as the ol’ standbys.
Coming up in March!
- Wa:k Powwow – The Tohono O’odham Indian Festival at Mission San Xavier del Bac. March 8-9.
- Picacho Peak Civil War Battle Reenactment – March 15-16
- UofA Festival of Books – March 15 – 16
- 4th Avenue Street Fair – March 21 -23
Plan Your Weekend
- Saturday Walking Tour of Ft. Lowell and Hohokam Hardy Site. More information here.
- Murray Spring Archaeology Hike. Saturday at 9. More info here.
- Congress Street Walking Tour, 3pm – 5pm, presented by the Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation. This tour will focus on Historic Commercial Development.
- Empire Ranch Heritage Discovery Days -For the whole family. 11am-2pm
- Living History Days at El Presidio del Tucson. 11am- 3pm. See History in action.
- Archaeology Walk at the Romero Ruins Catalina State Park – March 9 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Ms. Karen’s Pic
Saturday and Sunday – 12th Annual Tombstone Western Music Festival. See the schedule here.
There are a few opportunities left to Enjoy the Magic of the Carnival of Illusion here in Tucson. To see what nights are available through May, visit the website for Carnival of Illusion.
Friday, March 7
Banff Mountain Film Festival at the Fox. Tickets here.
Saturday, March 8
Desert Night Life at the Desert Museum. Come see the critters at night! Astronomy for everyone! As of this writing there are still tickets left to see Jessi Coulter at 6:30pm.
Second Saturday – Downtown Tucson lights up!
Sunday, March 9
John Oates plays at the Desert Museum Matinee at 4:30. Part of the Oasis Project.
Every Saturday, Free with admission to the Arizona State Museum, Cultural Crafts for the Kids. Adults $5, Children Free.More here.
Butterfly Magic continues at the Tucson Botanical Gardens every day. Kids will love it!
On a clear Sunday morning in early February, Neighbor Roy, Ms. Karen, & I arrived at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum for our 2nd Behind The Scenes tour, this time of the new Warden Aquarium. Lacey was our guide for our group of 8, including two little boys who looked to be about 4 and 6 [...]Continue reading
Bird Walks Mondays and Fridays at Patagonia Lake State Park.
Saturdays at Patagonia Lake State Park there are several Discovery Boat Tours offered. More information here.
Mission Garden Tours every Saturday, currently from 12-4. A little bit nature, conservation, history. More information at the Friends of Tucson Birthplace.
Sundays, at the Sierra Vista Environmental Operations Park is a docent lead Bird Walk at 8am. Learn more about it in this video by Mike Foster.
The Friends of the San Pedro River sponsor an Interpretive Walk every Saturday through March. Learn More on our Calendar Page