The Arivaca Music and Memories Festival

The Arivaca Music and Memories Festival is celebrating the cultures of Arivaca’s past. Great Music, lots of food and artisan booths with hand crafted items and demonstrations. Old films featuring locations in and around Arivaca, games and historic displays. We are revisiting Arivaca’s hippie days, dress the part and come on down!

The Very Special Music Line Up:
10:00-11:00 Banjo Bob and the Territorialists
12:00- 1:00 Gertie Lopez and the T.O. Boys
1:30 – 2:00 Local Famous and Fantastic Musicians
2:30 – 4:00 Chuck Y Los Nawty Dawgs

On The Edge Contemporary Gallery Grand Opening Reception

Join artists Barbara Kuzara and Karon Leigh for the grand opening celebration of Tubac’s newest contemporary gallery. Meet and greet with the represented artists, Virginia Hall, Curtis Hoard, Marilyn French-St George, Robert Fogel, Leslie Miller, Rae Miller, and Dennis Wunch.

The gallery is located at 19 Tubac Road, Suite 300 in the Mercado de Baca Plaza.

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Magdalena Then and Now — One Day Cross-Border Tour

Located just 60 miles south of Nogales, Magdalena de Kino has been honored as a Pueblo Magico, a special designation bestowed by the Mexican federal government because of its high level of historic and cultural significance to the nation. Just far enough away from the border, this tour provides an opportunity to take in the serene provincial heart of regional Sonora. The community is the terminus of an internationally famous pilgrimage route that spans both the United States and Mexico. This day trip includes both a look back to the past and a glance at the contemporary challenges of a small Mexican city along with a visit to neighboring San Ignacio to visit one of the Jesuit black robe Eusebio Francisco Kino’s first missions founded at the end of the 17th century.
$90 BCA Members
$110 Nonmember

Javelinas de Tubac Walking Tour

Walking tours of the “wild javelinas” in the Javelinas de Tubac outdoor art exhibit will be offered twice a month from January through March 2020 before the javelinas are auctioned off on April 4. The tours will take place in the Village of Tubac and include:

information about the origins and history of the outdoor exhibit and of the Village of Tubac
viewing of several of the Javelinas de Tubac
the opportunity to meet one or two of the artists at the location of the javelinas to learn the inspirations behind their javelina’s art, other types of artwork they create, and why they opted to participate in the Javelinas de Tubac exhibit.
The 90-minute tour costs $25/person and will begin at 10:30 am at the Tubac Center of the Arts, #9 Plaza Rd., Tubac, AZ, on the following dates:

Wednesday, Jan. 15
Saturday, Jan. 25
Wednesday, Feb. 12
Saturday, Feb. 29
Wednesday, Mar. 11
Saturday, Mar. 21
Participants register for the tours by calling Baja Arizona Tours at 520-987-0076.
Tours must have 10 participants to run and are subject to weather. Refunds or the opportunity to reschedule will be offered if a tour doesn’t take place.

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