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What did I do on my gap year? I discovered that Chinese tourists need to learn some manners
(Sunday Times, April 14)
I am back. My gap year is over. And I achieved nothing. The plan was to spend a couple of months in Indochina, writing a book. But it turns out that writing a book is much, much harder than reading one, so I did that instead. And then, in the heavy, hot, windless evenings, I'd slip into a linen suit and pop into town to sneer at the Chinese tourists.
On one excursion in Laos I lost my mind and decided to visit a temple. This is never sensible, because no temple is interesting and none was built in a spot that's convenient. They're always in a cave or on a mountain. And I never get that. How long would a supermarket last if it were on top of Ben Nevis? Anyway, this one was on top of a hill, which meant climbing 600 steep, narrow steps. And about halfway up I met a million-strong party of Chinese holidaymakers coming the other way.
I squeezed into an alcove to let them pass, and not one smiled or even attempted to say thank you. They just marched past in their stupid pop socks and face masks — an unsmiling, ungrateful and neverending column of worker bees on day release.
Later I found another enormous group of them sitting on a low wall, their minibuses blocking the town as they ate a picnic lunch. And when a klaxon announced that it was time to go, every single one of them simply threw their plastic containers and water bottles over the wall and mooched off.
Elsewhere they scream into their phones, play computer games with the sound turned up and allow their children to do exactly as they please in restaurants. And have you seen Chinese tourists in a queue? No, of course you haven't. No one has.
I'm not alone in thinking this. On my travels I met many guides and waiters and shopkeepers, and none had a single good word to say about their Chinese visitors. They come. They stay in Chinese-run and Chinese-owned hotels. They make a mess. And a noise. And when they go there are always replacements. It's a conveyor belt of awfulness that's ruining the world.
There are many theories on why the Chinese are so badly behaved when abroad. Some say it's because China is corrupt, which fosters a dog-eat-dog, survival-of-the-fittest mentality. Others say that in China's super-cities it's important to be overbearing and shouty or you will be trodden on.
But I believe there's a simpler reason.
The Chinese are unused to foreign travel and, as a result, they simply don't know what's acceptable and what's not. And we can't scoff, really, because back in the mid-1960s, when package holidays to the Costa del Sol were invented and we were new to foreign travel, we were just as bad. We spoilt coastlines and filled fishing villages with chip shops and wobbled about in a beery haze, with our red-and-white stripy arms and our propensity for vomiting and fighting.
The Germans were also terrible when they first decided that holidaying abroad was a good idea. They put on uniforms and marched into Amsterdam and Paris, and the world was ruined for years.
Then you had the Russians.
Remember when they were unleashed, strutting about in their tiny swimming trunks, spraying champagne over one another and pulling Putin faces if you appeared to disapprove? Today, of course, the Germans and the British and many Russians are pretty good tourists. We look at frescos and try the local cheeses and attempt to say things in the local language. But our children are not. This is because they're new to travel as well. All their lives they've been told to sit up straight and put their iPhones away at mealtimes, so when they are suddenly allowed to go to Magaluf and do what they want, they end up in a hospital with an itchy crotch and a tube up what's left of their nose after it came into contact with a bartender's right fist.
For a solution to all this, we should take a leaf from the book of Sri Lanka. I'm told — but the high commission won't pick up the phone or answer emails, so I can't verify it — that Sri Lankan nationals wishing to travel are forced first to attend lessons on how to behave when abroad.
I find this hilarious because of all the places I've visited, Sri Lanka is the most polite and charming. Why would you teach someone with impeccable manners how to queue and look interested when visiting a temple? It'd be like giving Mrs Queen lessons in how to hold a knife and fork.
But imagine if Qatar sat its citizens down and said: "Look, chaps. When you take your Lamborghini to London this summer, don't rev its engine at four in the morning in Knightsbridge, because in England this is deemed unacceptable."
Or if the American government took Wilbur and Myrtle into a room at the airport and said: "By all means chat to other Americans you encounter while travelling, but not across a swimming pool."
I know the Chinese government is trying to tackle the problem of bad behaviour from its tourists by confiscating the passports of repeat offenders, and I know too that in the fullness of time experience will teach them the importance of saying "please" and "excuse me".
I hope that happens soon, because then we can go back to thinking of China as a country that hacked its way into the 21st century, grabbed the South China Sea, ripped off the designs it could copy and stole those it couldn't, bullied its way into Indochina and Africa, littered coastline after coastline with terrible three-star casinos and condos that have made property prices skyrocket and almost single-handedly kept the ivory trade going.
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And here's the Sun column: "Police have to get angry and get out there to stop violent stabbings — already the country is a worrying mess"
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Algunos de los mejores Apartamentos en Santo Domingo

Todos queremos un mejor lugar para pasar nuestra vida cuando tenemos el mejor Apartamento como resultado de nuestra búsqueda; se siente como que tenemos todo lo que queremos. Santo Domingo es uno de los mejores lugares en el mundo y apartamentos en Santo Domingo también es alta. Así, en este artículo, vamos a discutir algunos de los mejores apartamentos en Santo Domingo. Vamos a empezar.
El Embajador
Convenientemente situado cerca de los bulliciosos distritos comerciales y de negocios de Santo Domingo, el Embajador, Un hotel Royal Hideaway, trata a cada huésped con la pompa y la circunstancia que corresponde a los diplomáticos mundanos. Con impresionantes vistas de la capital de la República Dominicana y la calma reconfortante de un exuberante barrio residencial, el Embajador, Un hotel Royal Hideaway cuenta con elegantes habitaciones amuebladas con todas las comodidades modernas. Los viajeros de negocios y de ocio apreciarán el Servicio personalizado En el salón de propietarios, así como el lujoso y altamente atento Servicio del Royal Club, así como un casino de la Oct en el hotel.
Barcelo Santo Domingo
Situado en el casco antiguo de Santo Domingo, el hotel Barceló Santo Domingo ofrece comodidades y un fácil acceso a los hermosos PiL de la capital. Ofrece Aparcamiento gratuito y el Aeropuerto internacional de las Américas está a sólo 25 minutos en coche. WiFi gratuito está disponible en todas las habitaciones. El Barcelo Santo Domingo cuenta con un casino cálido y acogedor. Juega a algunos juegos de mesa favoritos o tragamonedas mientras escuchas la música de la gran banda de Lina. Aprecie la planificación sin estrés con el Servicio de coordinación de eventos de Santo Domingo Barceló. Después de un largo día de exploración, nade en la piscina al aire libre o sumérjase en la Bañera de hidromasaje. El Teatro Nacional de Santo Domingo, así como centros comerciales como Agora Mall y Sambil, se encuentran a 500 metros de la propiedad.
Renacimiento Santo Domingo
El Renaissance Santo Domingo Jaragua Hotel & Casino se encuentra en la avenida malecón, cerca de las atracciones de la ciudad y de las tiendas, con vistas al Mar Caribe y jardines tropicales. Las habitaciones del Renaissance Santo Domingo Jaragua Hotel & Casino cuentan con TV por cable, minibar y nevera. Las habitaciones de estilo tradicional también incluyen un Escritorio, Cafetera y Caja fuerte en la habitación. Los huéspedes del Renaissance Santo Domingo Jaragua Hotel & Casino pueden cenar en el Luna Bar & Restaurant, que sirve cocina internacional. Sol Pool Lounge & Restaurant ofrece otra opción. Los huéspedes también pueden tomar una bebida o un aperitivo en uno de los tres bares del hotel. El hotel ofrece un gimnasio con equipo de cardio o pistas de tenis en el exterior. El hotel cuenta con un centro de negocios y Salas de reuniones. Los servicios de Alquiler de coches, conserjería y tienda de regalos también están disponibles. El Renaissance Santo Domingo Jaragua Hotel & Casino se encuentra a 2 kilómetros del Puerto de Santo Domingo. El National Palace se encuentra a 1,5 kilómetros del hotel.
Crowne Plaza.
El Crowne Plaza Santo Domingo está situado en el bulevar Malecon frente al mar y cuenta con una piscina al aire libre y una piscina de hidromasaje, un casino y un spa. Cada elegante habitación con aire acondicionado ofrece vistas al mar y conexión Wi-Fi gratuita. La playa está a 35 minutos en coche. Las habitaciones del Crowne Plaza tienen una elegante decoración contemporánea y disponen de TV de pantalla plana, Escritorio y Sofá. Cuenta con Cafetera y minibar, mientras que los modernos cuartos de baño incluyen artículos de tocador, albornoces y Zapatillas. El Restaurante Nabu dispone de una excelente mesa, mientras que el Kaffetto's café sirve pasteles y café. Hay un Bar de piscina y un bar en el vestíbulo donde podrá disfrutar de música y cócteles. El Servicio a la habitación está disponible las 24 horas del día.
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Stuff To Do in Tucson: October 2016 (Halloween edition)

Greetings, /Tucson! It's the OCTOBER 2016 HALLOWEEN edition of the Stuff to Do thread! There's SO MUCH to do this month in town!
Use this sticky to collect general stuff going on around town (including Tucson's surrounding areas) in October. You can still start new posts about an event, especially if you need help planning something. This will just serve as an easy reference. (PLEASE NOTE: You CANNOT start a new post if you are self-promoting, or if you are somehow related to the person(s) that stand to profit from said event. This is considered spam by reddit. Don't do it.)
Comment with the details (date, time, location, admission fee, age restrictions, etc.) about any event/gathering/get-together that you think people may be interested in and I'll update the text of the main post so people can easily see what's going on.
Examples of good stuff to tell us about include:
And more!
Anything advertising any specific product or anything illegal will be removed.
SEPTEMBER 29
Dueling Pianos - at Site 17, 840 E 17th St - doors 6PM/show 7PM-9PM - $50 - see website for tix
SEPTEMBER 30
ONGOING THROUGH OCTOBER
THROUGH OCTOBER 9
Mt. Lemmon's Oktoberfest - 10300 Ski Run Rd. - see website for more info
THURSDAYS THRU SUNDAYS (and Halloween Night)
Nightfall Tucson - at Old Tucson - adults 12+ $28 / children 9-11 $21 (lots of discounts available, see website for more info)
EVERY WEEKEND IN OCTOBER
VARIOUS DATES THROUGH OCTOBER
Buckelew Farms Corn Maze & Terror In The Corn - see website for dates, prices, and discount nights
SEPTEMBER 30 - OCTOBER 2
RinCon 2016 - at Sheraton Tucson Hotel and Suites - 5151 East Grant Rd - see website for daily schedule and more info
OCTOBER 1
OCTOBER 1 & 2
OCTOBER 4
OCTOBER 7
Oktoberfest at Traildust Town - 6541 E. Tanque Verde - 5PM-10PM - pricing TBD
OCTOBER 7-9
Tucson Meet Yourself - downtown Tucson - see website for hours and locations
OCTOBER 8
OCTOBER 11
Tuesday Night Classics: Silence of the Lambs - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
OCTOBER 14
ZOOcson 2016 - 6PM-9PM - $120 Per Person/$90 Per Zoo Member - 21+
OCTOBER 15
OCTOBER 14 & 15
Viva La Naughty! - at Unscrewed Theater - 3244 E Speedway Blvd - 9PM - $10
OCTOBER 16
OCTOBER 17
Eric Hutchinson Live - at Club Congress - $20 - doors 6PM - 16+
OCTOBER 18
Tuesday Night Classics: Aliens - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
OCTOBER 20-23
Film Fest Tucson - see website for full schedule of events
OCTOBER 21
The Planets on the Big Screen | Tucson Symphony Orchestra - at the Tucson Music Hall - 7:30PM
OCTOBER 22
OCTOBER 22-23
OCTOBER 23
The Planets on the Big Screen | Tucson Symphony Orchestra - at the Tucson Music Hall - 2PM
OCTOBER 25
Tuesday Night Classics: Halloween (1978) - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
OCTOBER 28
OCTOBER 28 & 29
Chiles, Chocolate, & Day of the Dead Festival - at Tohono Chul Park - 9AM-4PM - $5 members/$15 general public/children 12 and under are free
OCTOBER 29
OCTOBER 29 & 30
Open Studio Tours (Midtown/Central Tucson) - various locations - 11AM-5PM - free - see website for list of artists/studios
OCTOBER 30
OCTOBER 31
Halloween Night Dance Party at Club Congress - $8/$10 - 8PM
RECURRING EVENTS
NIGHTLY
SkyNights at UA Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter - 9800 East Ski Run Rd. - starts around 3PM - $65 Adults , $40 Youth (7-17 yrs) includes a light dinner
WEEKLY
Geeks Who Drink - different venues every day
  • Monday - Dante's Fire - 8:00 PM / Public Brewhouse - 7:30 PM / Sir Veza's Taco Garage - 7:00 PM
  • Tuesday - Hotel Congress - 8:00 PM / Frog and Firkin - 8:00 PM / Brew of A Sports Grill (Formerly Schrier's Sports Grill) - 7:00 PM
  • Wednesday - The Auld Dubliner - 8:00 PM / Trident Grill - 8:00 PM / Playground Bar & Lounge - 7:30 PM
  • Thursday - Aloft Tucson University - 7:30 PM (Starts Sept 4th) / Bumsted's - 8:00 PM / The Canyon's Crown Restaurant & Pub - 8:00 PM
  • Sunday - Trident Grill II - 7:00 PM (Starts Sunday, May 15th)
MONDAYS
Laughs and Draughts (Open mic comedy & draught beer specials) - at The Flycatcher - 10PM - 21+
TUESDAYS
WEDNESDAYS
THURSDAYS
FRIDAYS
Free Women's Self-Defense Class - at Rising Phoenix Fitness - 2201 E. Broadway - 5PM
SATURDAYS
SUNDAYS
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Stuff to Do in Tucson: August 2017 - More events listed!

Hello to all the fine folks of /Tucson! It's the AUGUST 2017 edition of the Stuff to Do thread!
Use this sticky to collect stuff going on around town (including Tucson's surrounding areas) in AUGUST. All events must go in this thread and not in the main sub.
Comment with details (date, time, location, admission fee, age restrictions, etc.) about any event/gathering/get-together that you think people may be interested in.
Please make sure comments are written as follows, to keep them consistent and easy to read:
Examples of good stuff to tell us about include:
  • Art shows/exhibits
  • Museum events
  • Musical acts/shows
  • Gaming get-togethers
  • Charity events for actual charities (not kickstarter-like campaigns for your startup xyz store)
  • Your band's upcoming show (playing at a venue that isn't your house)
And more!
Anything advertising any specific product or anything illegal will be removed.
AUGUST 1
Video Game Night/Kirby's Dream Band - at the Hut - 9PM - $3.50 you-call-it drinks - 21+
AUGUST 3
AUGUST 4
AUGUST 5
AUGUST 8
Dancing with the Stars: Live! - Hot Summer - at Tucson Music Hall - 7PM - $46-$238+
AUGUST 10
RuPaul’s Drag Race Contestants LIVE! WAR ON THE CATWALK - at Fox Tucson Theatre - doors 7PM/show 8PM - $20 – $55 - all ages
AUGUST 11
Classic Films at the Temple: The Godfather - at the Temple of Music and Art - 7:30PM - $10
AUGUST 12
AUGUST 12-13
AUGUST 13
Meet + Sing + Join! Reveille Men's Chorus Season 23 Kick-Off Party - at Hotel Congress - 6PM-9PM
AUGUST 18
Friday Night Live! at Main Gate Square - 7:30PM - free
AUGUST 19
AUGUST 20
Tucson's Birthday Celebration at Mission Garden - 946 W. Mission Ln - 4:30PM-6:30PM - adults $40/kids under 12 $12
AUGUST 26
AUGUST 26-27
Space Night 2017 - at Children's Museum Tucson - 6PM Saturday thru 9AM Sunday - $50 per person/$45 per person for members - adults and kids 4-12
AUGUST 29
Pink Martini - at Centennial Hall - doors 7PM/show 8PM - $40-$95 - all ages
AUGUST 30 - SEPT 3
HOCO Fest - at Hotel Congress - $15-$125 - see website for details
RECURRING EVENTS
NIGHTLY
SkyNights at UA Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter - 9800 East Ski Run Rd. - starts around 3PM - $65 Adults , $40 Youth (7-17 yrs) includes a light dinner
WEEKLY
Geeks Who Drink - different venues every day
  • Monday - Public Brewhouse - 7:30 PM
  • Tuesday - Hotel Congress - 8:00 PM
  • Wednesday - Gentle Ben's Brewing Co - 8:00 PM / Trident Grill - 8:00 PM / Playground Bar & Lounge - 7:30 PM / Arizona Beer House - 7:00PM
  • Thursday - The Canyon's Crown Restaurant & Pub - 8:00 PM
  • Sunday - Aloft Tucson - 7:30PM
DAILY:
MONDAYS
Laughs and Draughts (Open mic comedy & draught beer specials) - at The Flycatcher - 10PM - 21+
TUESDAYS
WEDNESDAYS
THURSDAYS
FRIDAYS
SATURDAYS
  • Board Game Meetup - at Tucson Games & Gadget - 1PM
  • Saturday Night Clay Parties - at The Tucson Clay Co-op - 3326 N. Dodge Blvd. - 6:30-8PM - $20/person (+$5 to fire pieces to keep) - see website for more details and to make reservations
SUNDAYS
  • Live Jazz at Pastiche - at Pastiche restaurant - 7PM-10PM - see website for more info and events
  • Juggling Club - at Himmel Park, behind the library - 10AM
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Stuff To Do in Tucson: January & February 2016

Greetings! Happy New Year /Tucson! It's the JANUARY & FEBRUARY 2016 edition of the Stuff to Do thread! I have to consolidate these two months for time issues.
Use this sticky to collect general stuff going on around town (including Tucson's surrounding areas) in Jan/Feb. You can still start new posts about an event, especially if you need help planning something. This will just serve as an easy reference. (PLEASE NOTE: You CANNOT start a new post if you are self-promoting, or if you are somehow related to the person(s) that stand to profit from said event. This is considered spam by reddit. Don't do it.)
Comment with the details (date, time, location, admission fee, age restrictions, etc.) about any event/gathering/get-together that you think people may be interested in and I'll update the text of the main post so people can easily see what's going on.
Examples of good stuff to tell us about include:
And more!
Anything advertising any specific product or anything illegal will be removed.
JANUARY 5
Tuesday Night Classics: Hook - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
JANUARY 7
JANUARY 8-10
The Arizona State Home Show - at the Tucson Convention Center - $8/day - see website for details
JANUARY 9
JANUARY 10
JANUARY 12
Tuesday Night Classics: Taxi Driver - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
JANUARY 14
Grow Your Own: Seed Saving - Salazar-Ajo Branch Library - 15 W Plaza St, # 179 - 10AM-12PM
JANUARY 15
Château Disco - at The Flycatcher - 340 E. 6th St - 10PM-2AM - $5 - 21+ - RSVP at FB link
JANUARY 15-17
Tucson Fringe Festival - downtown Tucson - see website for schedules and tix
JANUARY 15-18
Friends of the Pima County Public Library Book Sale - 2230 N. Country Club Rd. - 9AM-4PM
JANUARY 16
JANUARY 19
Tuesday Night Classics: The Warriors - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
JANUARY 22-23
Dillinger Days - at Hotel Congress - see website for both days' schedules
JANUARY 22
Hues 'n' Booze Paint 'n' Sip: Sugar Skulls - at Cafe a la C'Art - 150 N Main Ave. - 6:30PM-8:30PM - $35/person
JANUARY 23
JANUARY 23&24
La Encantada Art Festival - Saturday 10AM-5PM/Sunday 11AM-4PM - free - all ages
JANUARY 25
Brew-Haha Comedy Show - at Ermanos Craft Beer and Wine Bar - 220 N 4th Ave. - 8:30PM
JANUARY 26
Tuesday Night Classics: The Graduate - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
JANUARY 31
Romo Tonight - at The Flycatcher - 9PM - 21+
FEBRUARY 2
Tuesday Night Classics: Groundhog Day - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
FEBRUARY 3-6
Sonoran Glass School Art Schow - 633 W. 18th St. - free
FEBRUARY 4
First Thursday of the month free admission at the Tucson Museum of Art - 140 N. Main Ave. - 5PM-8PM - all ages
FEBRUARY 6
FEBRUARY 5
Sonoran Glass School's Flame Off 2016 - 633 W. 18th St. - 7PM-11PM - $20/person
FEBRUARY 6
  • Lewis Black at Casino del Sol - Casino del Sol conference center - 7PM doors/8PM show - 21+ - see website for tix
  • Art Safari - at Central Tucson Art Galleries and Studios - 154 E. 6th St. - 6PM
FEBRUARY 9
Tuesday Night Classics: When Harry Met Sally - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
FEBRUARY 13
  • Second Saturdays Downtown - starts around 5PM - free to walk around
  • Don't Blink Burlesque @ The Hut - at The Hut - 305 N 4th Ave - doors 8PM/show 9PM - Tickets $10/VIP $20 - ages 21+
  • Cars and Coffee - Come grab a coffee and look at cool cars - at La Encantada, outside of AJ's - 8AM-11AM (winter hours) - If you have an interesting/cool car, you can bring it and participate
FEBRUARY 16
Tuesday Night Classics: The Princess Bride - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
FEBRUARY 18
Zoobiquity by author Barbara Natterson-Horowitz, M.D. - at the Fox Theatre - 5:30PM - free
FEBRUARY 19
Château Disco - at The Flycatcher - 340 E. 6th St - 10PM-2AM - $5 - 21+ - RSVP at FB link
FEBRUARY 20
FEBRUARY 21
Tucson Bonsai Society's Monthly Meeting: Bonsai Artist Ted Matson Demo - Catalina United Methodist Church, Building H, Room 230 - 12PM-4PM - see website for more info
FEBRUARY 23
Tuesday Night Classics: Breakfast at Tiffany's - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
FEBRUARY 27
BBW Meetup - 11AM - locations vary so check Facebook group
FEBRUARY 28
Romo Tonight - at The Flycatcher - 9PM - 21+
RECURRING EVENTS
NIGHTLY
SkyNights at UA Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter - 9800 East Ski Run Rd. - starts around 3PM - $65 Adults , $40 Youth (7-17 yrs) includes a light dinner
WEEKLY
Geeks Who Drink - different venues every day
  • Monday - Dante's Fire - 8:00 PM / NEW Eclipse Sports Grill 7:00 PM
  • Tuesday - Hotel Congress - 8:00 PM / Frog and Firkin - 8:00 PM (Starts Sept 8th)
  • Wednesday - The Auld Dubliner - 8:00 PM / Trident Grill - 8:00 PM / NEW Playground Bar & Lounge - 7:30 PM
  • Thursday - Aloft Tucson University - 7:30 PM (Starts Sept 4th) / Bumsted's - 8:00 PM / The Canyon's Crown Restaurant & Pub - 8:00 PM
MONDAYS
  • 90s House Party - Hotel Congress - 9PM-2AM - free cover - $0.90 drinks - 21+
  • Laughs and Draughts (Open mic comedy & draught beer specials) - at The Flycatcher - 10PM - 21+
TUESDAYS
WEDNESDAYS
THURSDAYS
FRIDAYS
Free Women's Self-Defense Class - at Rising Phoenix Fitness - 2201 E. Broadway - 5PM
SATURDAYS
SUNDAYS
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Official Weekly Summary (Apr 21 - Apr 27, 2017)

Weekly Summary (Apr 21 - Apr 27, 2017)
UNRESOLVED MYSTERIES
Hi everyone,
Hope you have a wonderful week. Thanks for the gold on last week's summary. Take care and stay safe. ✌ ♥ ☺
Last week's summary (April 14 - April 20, 2017)
UPDATES
THE MISSING
UNRESOLVED (& UNUSUAL) DEATHS
THE UNIDENTIFIED
HISTORICAL MYSTERIES
BIZARRE, PARANORMAL, & UFOs
THE ACCUSED
MYSTERY SERIES
ASK THE SLEUTHS
REFERENCES
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Stuff To Do in Tucson: August & September 2016

Greetings, /Tucson! It's the AUGUST & SEPTEMBER 2016 edition of the Stuff to Do thread! Both months are combined due to temporary time contraints.
Use this sticky to collect general stuff going on around town (including Tucson's surrounding areas) in August and/or September. You can still start new posts about an event, especially if you need help planning something. This will just serve as an easy reference. (PLEASE NOTE: You CANNOT start a new post if you are self-promoting, or if you are somehow related to the person(s) that stand to profit from said event. This is considered spam by reddit. Don't do it.)
Comment with the details (date, time, location, admission fee, age restrictions, etc.) about any event/gathering/get-together that you think people may be interested in and I'll update the text of the main post so people can easily see what's going on.
Examples of good stuff to tell us about include:
And more!
Anything advertising any specific product or anything illegal will be removed.
JULY 26
Tuesday Night Classics: Footloose - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
JULY 27
Chris Isaak – First Comes the Night Tour - at the Fox Theatre - 7:30PM - $34 and up
JULY 29
JULY 30
Cool Summer Nights at the Desert Museum: Creatures of the Night - at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum - 5PM-10PM
AUGUST 2
Tuesday Night Classics: Smokey and the Bandit - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
AUGUST 4
First Thursday of the month free admission at the Tucson Museum of Art - 140 N. Main Ave. - 5PM-8PM - all ages
AUGUST 5
Movies in the Park: Frozen - at Reid Park's Demeester Performing Arts Pavilion - 920 S Concert Pl. - movie starts at dusk (7PM-7:30PM) - all ages
AUGUST 6
AUGUST 9
Tuesday Night Classics: Titanic - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
AUGUST 11
Hues'n'Booze Painting Party: Moonlit Mermaid - at Maynards- 6:30PM-8:30PM - $35/person - see website to register
AUGUST 12
Friday Night LIVE! at Main Gate Square - jazz concert in the Geronimo Plaza Courtyard - 7PM - free
AUGUST 13
AUGUST 16
Tuesday Night Classics: Friday - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
AUGUST 19
AUGUST 20
AUGUST 21
Tucson Bonsai Society's Monthly Meeting: “Basics of Fertilizers for Bonsai” by Hector - Catalina United Methodist Church, Building H, Room 230 - 12PM-4PM - see website for more info
AUGUST 23
Tuesday Night Classics: Predator - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
AUGUST 26
AUGUST 27
AUGUST 30
Tuesday Night Classics: Funny Girl - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
SEPTEMBER 1
First Thursday of the month free admission at the Tucson Museum of Art - 140 N. Main Ave. - 5PM-8PM - all ages
SEPTEMBER 3
Cool Summer Nights at the Desert Museum: Pollinator Night - at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum - 5PM-10PM
SEPTEMBER 6
Tuesday Night Classics: Dirty Harry - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
SEPTEMBER 10
SEPTEMBER 13
Tuesday Night Classics: The Money Pit - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
SEPTEMBER 17
SEPTEMBER 18
SEPTEMBER 20
SEPTEMBER 24
BBW Meetup - 11AM - locations vary so check Facebook group
SEPTEMBER 25
Hank Williams Jr. in concert - at Casino del Sol's AVA Amphitheater - 8PM - see website for tix
SEPTEMBER 24
Lego Robotics Experience - at the Pima Air Museum - kids 8+ w/adult - 1PM-2:30PM - free with paid admission
SEPTEMBER 27
Tuesday Night Classics: My Fair Lady - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
SEPTEMBER 30
World Margarita Championship - at The Westin La Paloma Resort - 6PM - $55/person - 21+ - see website for tix
RECURRING EVENTS
NIGHTLY
SkyNights at UA Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter - 9800 East Ski Run Rd. - starts around 3PM - $65 Adults , $40 Youth (7-17 yrs) includes a light dinner
WEEKLY
Geeks Who Drink - different venues every day
  • Monday - Dante's Fire - 8:00 PM / Public Brewhouse - 7:30 PM / Sir Veza's Taco Garage - 7:00 PM
  • Tuesday - Hotel Congress - 8:00 PM / Frog and Firkin - 8:00 PM / Brew of A Sports Grill (Formerly Schrier's Sports Grill) - 7:00 PM
  • Wednesday - The Auld Dubliner - 8:00 PM / Trident Grill - 8:00 PM / Playground Bar & Lounge - 7:30 PM
  • Thursday - Aloft Tucson University - 7:30 PM (Starts Sept 4th) / Bumsted's - 8:00 PM / The Canyon's Crown Restaurant & Pub - 8:00 PM
  • Sunday - Trident Grill II - 7:00 PM (Starts Sunday, May 15th)
MONDAYS
Laughs and Draughts (Open mic comedy & draught beer specials) - at The Flycatcher - 10PM - 21+
TUESDAYS
WEDNESDAYS
THURSDAYS
FRIDAYS
Free Women's Self-Defense Class - at Rising Phoenix Fitness - 2201 E. Broadway - 5PM
SATURDAYS
SUNDAYS
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Stuff to Do in Tucson: August 2015

Greetings! It's the AUGUST 2015 of the Stuff to Do in Tucson thread!
Use this sticky post to collect general stuff going on around town (including Tucson's surrounding areas) in AUGUST. You can still start new posts about an event, especially if you need help planning something. This will just serve as an easy reference. The end of July can be found at the top of the list.
Comment with the details (date, time, location, admission fee, age restrictions, etc.) about any August event/gathering/get-together that you think people may be interested in and I'll update the text of the main post so people can easily see what's going on.
Examples of good stuff to tell us about include:
And more!
Anything advertising any specific product or anything illegal will be removed.
JULY 28
Tuesday Night Classics: The Usual Suspects - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
JULY 31
Movies in the Park: How to Train Your Dragon 2 - at Reid Park, Demeester Performing Arts Pavilion - 920 S Concert Pl. - movies begin at dusk - free
AUGUST 1
AUGUST 4
Tuesday Night Classics: The Departed - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
AUGUST 5
Corona de Tucson Food Truck Roundup - 2653 E. First St. - 5PM-7:30PM
AUGUST 6
AUGUST 8
AUGUST 8-9
Return of the Mermaids - 4th Ave. and Downtown Tucson - starts on the 8th at 11AM
AUGUST 9
Fall Out Boy - at Casino del Sol - 7PM - see website for tix
AUGUST 11
Tuesday Night Classics: Bad Boys - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
AUGUST 14
Movies in the Park: The Princess Bride - at Reid Park, Demeester Performing Arts Pavilion - 920 S Concert Pl. - movies begin at dusk - free
AUGUST 15
  • 8th Annual Chess Fest - at Hotel Congress - 3PM-6PM
  • Cool Summer Nights: Astronomy Night - at the Arizona - Sonora Desert Museum - 2021 North Kinney Rd. - 5PM-10PM - General Admission (18-64) $19.50/Seniors (65+) $17.50/Youth (13-17) $15.50/Children (4-12) $6/Kids 3 and under free - see website for activities schedule
AUGUST 16
Tucson Bonsai Society's Monthly Meeting: "A World of Hot Weather Bonsai" - Catalina United Methodist Church, Building H, Room 230 - 12PM-4PM - see website for more info
AUGUST 18
Tuesday Night Classics: The Shawshank Redemption - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
AUGUST 20
AUGUST 21
AUGUST 22
AUGUST 25
Tuesday Night Classics: Beverly Hills Cop - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
AUGUST 26
AUGUST 29
BBW Meetup - 11AM - locations vary so check Facebook group
AUGUST 30
Romo Tonight - at The Flycatcher - 9PM - 21+
RECURRING EVENTS
NIGHTLY
SkyNights at UA Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter - 9800 East Ski Run Rd - starts around 3PM - $60 Adults , $30 Youth (7-17 yrs) includes a light dinner
WEEKLY
Geeks Who Drink - different venues every day
  • Monday - Dante's Fire - 8:00 PM / NEW Eclipse Sports Grill 7:00 PM
  • Tuesday - Hotel Congress - 8:00 PM
  • Wednesday - The Auld Dubliner - 8:00 PM / Trident Grill - 8:00 PM / NEW Playground Bar & Lounge - 7:30 PM
  • Thursday - Aloft Tucson University - 7:30 PM (Starts Thursday, Sept 4th) / Bumsted's - 8:00 PM / The Canyon's Crown Restaurant & Pub - 8:00 PM
MONDAYS
  • 90s House Party - Hotel Congress - 9PM-2AM - free cover - $0.90 drinks - 21+
  • Laughs and Draughts (Open mic comedy & draught beer specials) - at The Flycatcher - 10PM - 21+
TUESDAYS
WEDNESDAYS
THURSDAYS
SATURDAYS
SUNDAYS
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Stuff To Do in Tucson: November 2016

Greetings, /Tucson! It's the NOVEMBER 2016 edition of the Stuff to Do thread!
Use this sticky to collect general stuff going on around town (including Tucson's surrounding areas) in November. You can still start new posts about an event, especially if you need help planning something. This will just serve as an easy reference. (PLEASE NOTE: You CANNOT start a new post if you are self-promoting a business, or if you are somehow related to the person(s) that stand to profit from said event. This is considered spam. Don't do it.)
Comment with the details (date, time, location, admission fee, age restrictions, etc.) about any event/gathering/get-together that you think people may be interested in and I'll update the text of the main post so people can easily see what's going on.
Examples of good stuff to tell us about include:
And more!
Anything advertising any specific product or anything illegal will be removed.
OCTOBER 30
OCTOBER 31
Halloween Night Dance Party at Club Congress - $8/$10 - 8PM
NOVEMBER 1
Tuesday Night Classics: Big Trouble In Little China - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
NOVEMBER 4-6
NOVEMBER 5
NOVEMBER 5-6
NOVEMBER 8
NOVEMBER 9
Loft Film Fest 2016 - $10/$8 members for individual tix - see website for full details
NOVEMBER 11
NOVEMBER 12
NOVEMBER 12-13
Open Studio Tours (Downtown/South) - various locations - 11AM-5PM - free - see link for info
NOVEMBER 13
GABA Fall Bike Swap Meet - 7th Street Between 4th Avenue and 6th Avenue
NOVEMBER 15
NOVEMBER 18
Sweet Charity Dessert Challenge - at Loews Ventana Canyon Resort - 6PM - $45/person - all ages
NOVEMBER 18-20
31st Annual Holiday Artisans Market - at the Tucson Museum of Art - 10AM-5PM - free admission to market and museum
NOVEMBER 19
NOVEMBER 20
Tucson Bonsai Society's Monthly Meeting: Annual potluck lunch - Catalina United Methodist Church, Building H, Room 230 - 12PM-4PM - see website for more info
NOVEMBER 22
Tuesday Night Classics: Planes, Trains and Automobiles - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
NOVEMBER 25
Lightwire Theatre: A Very Electric Christmas - at Fox Theatre - 6PM - $17-$50
NOVEMBER 26
NOVEMBER 26-27
Tucson Symphony Orchestra SuperPops! Holiday Special: Home Alone in Concert - at the Tucson Music Hall - $15-$90 - see site for times and tix
NOVEMBER 29
Tuesday Night Classics: Polar Express - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
RECURRING EVENTS
NIGHTLY
SkyNights at UA Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter - 9800 East Ski Run Rd. - starts around 3PM - $65 Adults , $40 Youth (7-17 yrs) includes a light dinner
WEEKLY
Geeks Who Drink - different venues every day
  • Monday - Dante's Fire - 8:00 PM / Public Brewhouse - 7:30 PM / Sir Veza's Taco Garage - 7:00 PM
  • Tuesday - Hotel Congress - 8:00 PM / Frog and Firkin - 8:00 PM / Brew of A Sports Grill (Formerly Schrier's Sports Grill) - 7:00 PM
  • Wednesday - The Auld Dubliner - 8:00 PM / Trident Grill - 8:00 PM / Playground Bar & Lounge - 7:30 PM
  • Thursday - Aloft Tucson University - 7:30 PM (Starts Sept 4th) / Bumsted's - 8:00 PM / The Canyon's Crown Restaurant & Pub - 8:00 PM
  • Sunday - Trident Grill II - 7:00 PM (Starts Sunday, May 15th)
MONDAYS
Laughs and Draughts (Open mic comedy & draught beer specials) - at The Flycatcher - 10PM - 21+
TUESDAYS
WEDNESDAYS
THURSDAYS
FRIDAYS
SATURDAYS
  • Board Game Meetup - at Tucson Games & Gadget - 1PM
  • Saturday Night Clay Parties - at The Tucson Clay Co-op - 3326 N. Dodge Blvd. - 6:30-8PM - $20/person (+$5 to fire pieces to keep) - see website for more details and to make reservations
SUNDAYS
  • Live Jazz at Pastiche - at Pastiche restaurant - 7PM-10PM - see website for more info and events
  • Juggling Club - at Himmel Park, behind the library - 4PM
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Stuff To Do in Tucson: May 2016

Greetings, /Tucson! It's the MAY 2016 edition of the Stuff to Do thread!
Use this sticky to collect general stuff going on around town (including Tucson's surrounding areas) in May. You can still start new posts about an event, especially if you need help planning something. This will just serve as an easy reference. (PLEASE NOTE: You CANNOT start a new post if you are self-promoting, or if you are somehow related to the person(s) that stand to profit from said event. This is considered spam by reddit. Don't do it.)
Comment with the details (date, time, location, admission fee, age restrictions, etc.) about any event/gathering/get-together that you think people may be interested in and I'll update the text of the main post so people can easily see what's going on.
Examples of good stuff to tell us about include:
And more!
Anything advertising any specific product or anything illegal will be removed.
MAY 3-8
First Annual Agave Heritage Week - Hotel Congress - see website for various events/times/prices throughout the week
MAY 3
MAY 5
MAY 6
MAY 7-8
Mother's Day Weekend at Old Tucson - 201 S. Kinney Rd. - 10AM-5PM - Adults $17.95/Children (4-11) $10.95
MAY 8
Mother’s Day Breakfast 2016 at Reid Park Zoo - 8AM-9:30AM - $40 non-membe$35 membe$15 children 2-14/(under 2 are free) - see website for menu and tix
MAY 10
Tuesday Night Classics: Roman Holiday - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
MAY 14
MAY 14&15
2016 Tucson Artists' Open Studio Tour - various locations/artists, see website for lists - 11AM-5PM
MAY 15
MAY 16
Playground Against Humanity - come play Cards Against Humanity at Playground Bar & Lounge - 278 E Congress - 9PM-11PM - free
MAY 17
Tuesday Night Classics: Gladiator - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
MAY 18
MAY 20
Friday Night LIVE! at Main Gate Square - jazz concert in the Geronimo Plaza Courtyard - 7PM - free
MAY 21
MAY 21&22
MAY 22
Picnic with the Grizzly Bears - at Reid Park Zoo - 5:30PM-7PM - $100 Adults/$75 Zoo Members/$30 Children (ages 5-14)/Event is not available for children under 5 - see website for tix
MAY 24
MAY 26
Snoop Dogg Live - at Casino del Sol's AVA Amphitheater - 8PM - see website for tix
MAY 28
MAY 29
Romo Tonight - at The Flycatcher - 9PM - 21+
MAY 28-29
Friends of the Pima County Public Library Mini Booksale - 8AM-12PM
MAY 31
RECURRING EVENTS
NIGHTLY
SkyNights at UA Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter - 9800 East Ski Run Rd. - starts around 3PM - $65 Adults , $40 Youth (7-17 yrs) includes a light dinner
WEEKLY
Geeks Who Drink - different venues every day
  • Monday - Dante's Fire - 8:00 PM / Public Brewhouse - 7:30 PM / Sir Veza's Taco Garage - 7:00 PM
  • Tuesday - Hotel Congress - 8:00 PM / Frog and Firkin - 8:00 PM / Brew of A Sports Grill (Formerly Schrier's Sports Grill) - 7:00 PM
  • Wednesday - The Auld Dubliner - 8:00 PM / Trident Grill - 8:00 PM / Playground Bar & Lounge - 7:30 PM
  • Thursday - Aloft Tucson University - 7:30 PM (Starts Sept 4th) / Bumsted's - 8:00 PM / The Canyon's Crown Restaurant & Pub - 8:00 PM
  • Sunday - Trident Grill II - 7:00 PM (Starts Sunday, May 15th)
MONDAYS
  • 90s House Party - Hotel Congress - 9PM-2AM - free cover - $0.90 drinks - 21+
  • Laughs and Draughts (Open mic comedy & draught beer specials) - at The Flycatcher - 10PM - 21+
TUESDAYS
WEDNESDAYS
THURSDAYS
FRIDAYS
Free Women's Self-Defense Class - at Rising Phoenix Fitness - 2201 E. Broadway - 5PM
SATURDAYS
SUNDAYS
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Stuff To Do in Tucson: July 2016

Greetings, /Tucson! It's the JULY 2016 edition of the Stuff to Do thread!
Use this sticky to collect general stuff going on around town (including Tucson's surrounding areas) in July. You can still start new posts about an event, especially if you need help planning something. This will just serve as an easy reference. (PLEASE NOTE: You CANNOT start a new post if you are self-promoting, or if you are somehow related to the person(s) that stand to profit from said event. This is considered spam by reddit. Don't do it.)
Comment with the details (date, time, location, admission fee, age restrictions, etc.) about any event/gathering/get-together that you think people may be interested in and I'll update the text of the main post so people can easily see what's going on.
Examples of good stuff to tell us about include:
And more!
Anything advertising any specific product or anything illegal will be removed.
JUNE 28
JULY 1
Friday Night LIVE! at Main Gate Square - jazz concert in the Geronimo Plaza Courtyard - 7PM - free
JULY 2
JULY 3
JULY 4
JULY 5
Tuesday Night Classics: Top Gun - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
JULY 7
JULY 8
JULY 9
JULY 12
Tuesday Night Classics: Jaws - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
JULY 13
Brew Ha-Ha comedy show Featuring Kristine Levine From Portlandia! - at Borderland Brewing Co. - 119 E. Toole Ave - 8PM - $3 each or $5 for two people
JULY 15
Friday Night LIVE! at Main Gate Square - jazz concert in the Geronimo Plaza Courtyard - 7PM - free
JULY 16
JULY 17
Tucson Bonsai Society's Monthly Meeting: “Potting Mixes and Watering” by Hector, revisiting basics - Catalina United Methodist Church, Building H, Room 230 - 12PM-4PM - see website for more info
JULY 18
Retro Game Show Night hosted by Tempest DuJour: Sassword - at Club Congress - doors at 6PM/show at 7PM - $12 - see website for tix
JULY 19
Tuesday Night Classics: Terminator 2 Judgement Day - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
JULY 22
Movies in the Park: Inside Out - at Reid Park's Demeester Performing Arts Pavilion - 920 S Concert Pl. - movie starts at dusk (7PM-7:30PM) - all ages
JULY 23
JULY 26
Tuesday Night Classics: Footloose - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
JULY 27
Chris Isaak – First Comes the Night Tour - at the Fox Theatre - 7:30PM - $34 and up
JULY 29
JULY 30
Cool Summer Nights at the Desert Museum: Creatures of the Night - at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum - 5PM-10PM
THROUGHOUT JULY
Roller Derby Beginners Classes - free - see website for dates, times, and more info
RECURRING EVENTS
NIGHTLY
SkyNights at UA Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter - 9800 East Ski Run Rd. - starts around 3PM - $65 Adults , $40 Youth (7-17 yrs) includes a light dinner
WEEKLY
Geeks Who Drink - different venues every day
  • Monday - Dante's Fire - 8:00 PM / Public Brewhouse - 7:30 PM / Sir Veza's Taco Garage - 7:00 PM
  • Tuesday - Hotel Congress - 8:00 PM / Frog and Firkin - 8:00 PM / Brew of A Sports Grill (Formerly Schrier's Sports Grill) - 7:00 PM
  • Wednesday - The Auld Dubliner - 8:00 PM / Trident Grill - 8:00 PM / Playground Bar & Lounge - 7:30 PM
  • Thursday - Aloft Tucson University - 7:30 PM (Starts Sept 4th) / Bumsted's - 8:00 PM / The Canyon's Crown Restaurant & Pub - 8:00 PM
  • Sunday - Trident Grill II - 7:00 PM (Starts Sunday, May 15th)
MONDAYS
  • 90s House Party - Hotel Congress - 9PM-2AM - free cover - $0.90 drinks - 21+
  • Laughs and Draughts (Open mic comedy & draught beer specials) - at The Flycatcher - 10PM - 21+
TUESDAYS
WEDNESDAYS
THURSDAYS
FRIDAYS
Free Women's Self-Defense Class - at Rising Phoenix Fitness - 2201 E. Broadway - 5PM
SATURDAYS
SUNDAYS
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Stuff To Do in Tucson: May 2015

Greetings! It's the MAY 2015 edition of the Stuff to Do in Tucson thread!
Use this sticky post to collect general stuff going on around town (including Tucson's surrounding areas) in MAY. You can still start new posts about an event, especially if you need help planning something. This will just serve as an easy reference.
Also remember! We have a monthly Buy/Sell/Trade/Roommate thread that can be found here or on the sidebar. All posts of this kind must go in the monthly thread!
Comment with the details (date, time, location, admission fee, age restrictions, etc.) about any November event/gathering/get-together that you think people may be interested in and I'll update the text of the main post so people can easily see what's going on.
Examples of good stuff to tell us about include:
  • Art shows/exhibits
  • Museum events
  • Musical acts/shows
  • Gaming get-togethers
  • Charity events for actual charities (not kickstarter-like campaigns for your startup xyz store)
  • Your band's upcoming gig (playing at a venue that isn't your house)
And more!
Anything advertising any specific product or anything illegal will be removed.
MAY 1
MAY 2
MAY 2-3
MAY 3
MAY 4
Full Moon Open Studios - Metal Arts Village - 3230 N. Dodge Blvd. - 6PM-9PM
MAY 5
Cinco de Mayo show - Hotel Congress - doors at 8PM - free on the plaza - 21+
MAY 8
Dancing With Our Stars 2015 - Westin La Paloma - 3800 East Sunrise Dr - 5:30PM-11PM - $175 per person
MAY 9
Second Saturdays Downtown - starts around 6PM - free to walk around
MAY 10
MAY 13
MAY 15
MAY 16
MAY 17
MAY 22
Bumsted's Dating Game - 9PM - 21+
MAY 24
2015 Ben Vereen Awards Southwest Region Competition - Stevie Eller Theatre, on the U of A campus - 6:30PM - see website for info and tix
MAY 29
MAY 30
Desert Delectables Night - Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum - 6PM-9PM - $40/$35 members - see website for tickets
MAY 31
Romo Tonight Variety Show - at The Flycatcher - $5
RECURRING EVENTS
NIGHTLY
SkyNights at UA Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter - 9800 East Ski Run Rd - starts around 3PM - $60 Adults , $30 Youth (7-17 yrs) includes a light dinner
WEEKLY
Geeks Who Drink - different venues every day
  • Monday - Dante's Fire - 8:00 PM / NEW Eclipse Sports Grill 7:00 PM
  • Tuesday - Hotel Congress - 8:00 PM
  • Wednesday - The Auld Dubliner - 8:00 PM / Trident Grill - 8:00 PM / NEW Playground Bar & Lounge - 7:30 PM
  • Thursday - Aloft Tucson University - 7:30 PM (Starts Thursday, Sept 4th) / Bumsted's - 8:00 PM / The Canyon's Crown Restaurant & Pub - 8:00 PM
MONDAYS
  • 90s House Party - Hotel Congress - 9PM-2AM - free cover - $0.90 drinks - 21+
  • Laughs and Draughts (Open mic comedy & draught beer specials) - at The Flycatcher - 10PM - 21+
TUESDAYS
WEDNESDAYS
THURSDAYS
FRIDAYS
Tucson Amateur Dodgeball - Marana Sports Center - 8PM
SATURDAYS
SUNDAYS
EVERY LAST SUNDAY
Romo Tonight - at The Flycatcher - 9PM - 21+
EVERY SECOND SUNDAY
Ajia's Gospel Brunch at IBT's - IBT's - 616 N. 4th Ave. - food served at 11AM/show at 12:30PM - show is free
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Stuff to Do in Tucson: September 2015

Greetings! It's the SEPTEMBER 2015 of the Stuff to Do in Tucson thread!
Use this sticky post to collect general stuff going on around town (including Tucson's surrounding areas) in SEPTEMBER. You can still start new posts about an event, especially if you need help planning something. This will just serve as an easy reference. The end of August can be found at the top of the list.
Comment with the details (date, time, location, admission fee, age restrictions, etc.) about any event/gathering/get-together that you think people may be interested in and I'll update the text of the main post so people can easily see what's going on.
Examples of good stuff to tell us about include:
And more!
Anything advertising any specific product or anything illegal will be removed.
AUGUST 29
BBW Meetup - 11AM - locations vary so check Facebook group
AUGUST 30
Romo Tonight - at The Flycatcher - 9PM - 21+
SEPTEMBER 1
SEPTEMBER 3
Couch to 5k (C25k) running/training program - starting at the north end parking lot of Hi-Corbett - 6-7PM - free
SEPTEMBER 4-6
SEPTEMBER 5
SEPTEMBER 6
SEPTEMBER 8
Tuesday Night Classics: Fletch - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
SEPTEMBER 12
SEPTEMBER 13
SEPTEMBER 15
Tuesday Night Classics: North By Northwest - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
SEPTEMBER 17
Geeks Who Drink: Doctor Who edition - at The Canyon's Crown - $5 buy-in - see website for more details
SEPTEMBER 18
Born & Brewed:Tucson Beer Cup Day 1 - at Hotel Congress - 7PM-10PM - $30 in advance/$35 at door - 21+ - see website for tix
SEPTEMBER 19-20
Community Book Sale - at Friends of the Pima County Library - 2230 N. Country Club Rd. - 8AM-12PM
SEPTEMBER 19
  • Born & Brewed:Tucson Beer Cup Day 2 - at Hotel Congress - 1PM-5PM - $30 in advance/$35 at door - 21+ - see website for tix
  • Glow! 2015 - at Triangle L Ranch - 2805 N. Triangle L Ranch Road Oracle, AZ - 6PM-10PM - $10 adults/$3 children 13 and undefree kids under 3 - all admission is advanced tickets, see website to purchase
SEPTEMBER 20
SEPTEMBER 21-23
International Festivals & Events Association Convention & Expo - at the JW Marriot Starr Pass - see website for details
SEPTEMBER 22
Tuesday Night Classics: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
SEPTEMBER 25-27
Tucson Symphony Orchestra Opening Weekend - Tucson Music Hall - 260 S. Church Ave. - see website for info and tix
SEPTEMBER 26
  • Glow! 2015 - at Triangle L Ranch - 2805 N. Triangle L Ranch Road Oracle, AZ - 7PM-11PM - $15 adults/$7.50 children 13 and undefree kids under 3 - all admission is advanced tickets, see website to purchase
  • Sycamore Park Food Truck Roundup - 7442 E. Sycamore Park Blvd. - 5PM-8PM
  • BBW Meetup - 11AM - locations vary so check Facebook group
SEPTEMBER 27
SEPTEMBER 29
Tuesday Night Classics: Raising Arizona - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
SEPTEMBER 29-OCTOBER 4
Broadway in Tucson: Annie - at UA Centennial Hall - see website for tix
RECURRING EVENTS
ALL SEPTEMBER
Southern Arizona Clay Artists' 3rd Annual Exhibition - at The Joel D. Valdez Library - 101 N. Stone Ave. - during regular library hours
NIGHTLY
SkyNights at UA Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter - 9800 East Ski Run Rd. - starts around 3PM - $65 Adults , $40 Youth (7-17 yrs) includes a light dinner
WEEKLY
Geeks Who Drink - different venues every day
  • Monday - Dante's Fire - 8:00 PM / NEW Eclipse Sports Grill 7:00 PM
  • Tuesday - Hotel Congress - 8:00 PM / Frog and Firkin - 8:00 PM (Starts Sept 8th)
  • Wednesday - The Auld Dubliner - 8:00 PM / Trident Grill - 8:00 PM / NEW Playground Bar & Lounge - 7:30 PM
  • Thursday - Aloft Tucson University - 7:30 PM (Starts Sept 4th) / Bumsted's - 8:00 PM / The Canyon's Crown Restaurant & Pub - 8:00 PM
MONDAYS
  • 90s House Party - Hotel Congress - 9PM-2AM - free cover - $0.90 drinks - 21+
  • Laughs and Draughts (Open mic comedy & draught beer specials) - at The Flycatcher - 10PM - 21+
TUESDAYS
WEDNESDAYS
THURSDAYS
SATURDAYS
SUNDAYS
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