If you're looking for something free and fun to do with the kids Friday, why not get out in the cool evening air for a free showing of Toy Story.
If you're at a loss for ways to keep yourself entertained in the coming months, you won't be able to blame the Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance.
Models wearing retro styles will strut down a red carpet runway at Tucson Mall.
During the charity event, attendees can enjoy appetizers and creative cocktails served by restaurants surrounding Tucson Mall.
Cocktails & Classics is a fashion show, party and marketing bonanza all rolled into one at the Tucson Mall. The Friday night event is the second annual edition of the Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance brainchild.
The Oro Valley Festival of the Arts will feature more than a hundred artists working in an array of media. Last year, Charlie Forbes was scouting a necklace at Sheaz Jewelry, one of the vendors.
With opportunities to shop, munch and mingle, attendees at the Oro Valley Festival of the Arts may find it tough to remain stationary.
Tiffany Johnston takes in a performance by Ronstadt Generations, at right on stage, in the courtyard of Century Theatres at Oro Valley Marketplace, 12155 N. Oracle Road. Last Thursday's show was part of the Oro Valley Concert Series presented by the Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Allia…
Michael J. Ronstadt sings. The group performs original music along with traditional Southwest and Mexican tunes.
Michael G. Ronstadt performs on the cello. Group members play a variety of instruments.
Petie Ronstadt is the third member of the Tucson-based trio. The Ronstadt family has deep musical ties in Tucson.
Thelma McMaster and her husband, Jan, took to the dance floor at last year's initial MHC Senior Prom. The second prom is on Saturday.
There are certainly enough formal dance events available for high school seniors. For senior citizens, however, not so much.
When the Greater Oro Valley Arts Council lost much of its funding in 2009 due to the double whammy of the recession and a shift in the town of Oro Valley's arts funding policy, executive director Kate Marquez saw opportunity rather than disappointment.