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Thanksgiving is a delicious, relaxing affair this year at Westward Look Wyndham Grand Resort & Spa. While the resort is offering Thanksgiving fare all day, the Sonoran Spa is also offering delightful dessert specials to entice your appetite for well-being.
Enjoy a holiday buffet at the AAA Four Diamond resort nestled at the base of the Santa Catalinas. Served on Thanksgiving Day from 1 to 6 p.m., offerings include a selection of fresh seasonal salads, domestic and regional cheese and sausage boards, artisan breads, and fresh fruits. From the oven features include pepita-crusted corvina, quinoa tamales, roasted garlic mashed potatoes and a variety of savory vegetable sides. Carving stations will feature roasted beef steam ship, traditional roasted turkey, and garlic and peppercorn crusted pork. For dessert, an assortment of pies and cakes served with coffee and tea.
(BPT) - Weddings are steeped in tradition – no matter whom you are or where you live. But what if you’re not interested in wearing the same dress your mother did, getting married in the same location your sister did or wearing something blue?
The third annual “Afri-Can” celebration takes place Friday, April 18, at Armory Park Center in Tucson.
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Kick up your heels with true country music, featuring Country Thunder's own Harry Luge, and dancing in real rodeo fashion at the historic El Casino Ballroom. Food by Ole Rico Mexican Steakhouse.
The American Indian Market presents craft people and traders from through-out the United States that will display the finest in Native American fine art, rugs, jewelry, pottery, sand painting and more.
Beyond is an annual community-wide event that commemorates the anniversary of January 8 by encouraging Arizonans to come together in physical activity. This year's Main Event, "Together We MOVE!", will be held at Armory Park, Children's Museum Tucson and Armory Park Senior Center.
All constituents, Democrat, Independent or Republican are invited to join Senator Al Melvin as he addresses current and relevant Legislative District 11 and Arizona State issues. LD 11 Representatives Steve Smith and Adam Kwasman have been invited to attend, as well as Pinal County Elected Officials: Sheriff Paul Babeu, District 4 Supervisor Anthony Smith, Assessor Douglas Wolf, County Attorney Lando Voyles, Recorder Virginia Ross, School Superintendent Jill Broussard, and Clerk of the Superior Court Chad Roche. The County Officials who are able to attend may briefly address important issues within their respective offices. Question and answer period will follow.
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Universal Learning Centre, a not-for-profit organization that builds and sustains library learning centers in developing nations, invites the community to attend the organization’s upcoming Fundraiser Gala with dinner, dancing and a dance performance.
This year, celebrate Thanksgiving in style at Westward Look Wyndham Grand Resort & Spa. Continuing a popular tradition, the resort’s Thanksgiving Day Grand Brunch Buffet will be served in the Sonoran Ballroom for a fuss-free gourmet meal amid gorgeous mountain and city views. Reservations are encouraged.
It’s that time of year again for the Southern Arizona Homebuilders Association (SAHBA) to host its annual Fall Home & Garden Show. This year, the event will be held on Oct. 18, Oct. 19 and Oct. 20 at the Tucson Convention Center.
The Tucson Jazz Society wraps up it's world class summer series at Loews Ventana Canyon Resort with the innovative jazz fusion and the electrifying showmanship of Sylvan Street on Sunday, Sept. 1 in the Grand Ballroom. Showtime is 7 p.m.
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Platinum award winning jazz vocalist/lyricist, Mark Winkler meets Cheryl Bentyne, member of The Manhattan Transfer, and sparks fly. This duo is intent on proving how cool the West Coast Cool Jazz scene of the 50s still is. Together and separately they perform songs by Dave Brubeck, Chet Baker, Julie London and Bobby Troup and others, all the while weaving in never-before heard stories of the originators of "West Coast Cool." Prepare yourself for an unforgettable evening as these two hipsters send the music down as smoothly as an vodka martini on a warm summer night. This show is definitely a hit!
This summer, guests at the Westin La Paloma Resort and Spa will be the first to experience the pristine rejuvenated guest rooms and newly-remodeled resort pools for rates starting at $99 per night.
The sizzling Summer Series kicks off Memorial Day Weekend with Native American Music Award winner Gabriel Ayala. Gabriel played at President Obama’s Inaugural Ball, for Pope Benedict at the Vatican, and has performed at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Smithsonian Institute’s National Museum for the American Indian, and the ASU Kerr Cultural Center. His performance will include well known standards such as “Take Five,” “Spain” and “Caravan.” An accomplished guitarist with impeccable technique, Gabriel has melded his love of jazz to his classical and Flamenco training to create an exciting new twist to both genres which he calls JazzMenco.
Have a say in how your electric company is run. Attend the Trico Annual Meeting! Saturday, April 20, 10 a.m., at Casino Del Sol Resort and Hotel, Ballroom, 5655 W. Valencia Road.