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Heirloom Farmers Markets celebrates Heritage Foods Festival with their First Annual Farm to Table Fundraising Dinner, RIPE: Regionally Inspired Plates for the Evening. This inaugural Farm to Table Fundraising Dinner is presented in conjunction with Edible Baja Arizona and Zona 78, and will be held Sept. 17 and Sept. 18 from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. each evening at Zona 78 on River Road.
On July 31 ballots for electing the Town of Oro Valley leadership will be mailed out.
Calling all parents - Did you know school ends in just 36 days? Are you ready? Your Oro Valley Parks & Recreation Department is. We have an interesting and exciting line-up of programs and events that is sure to meet the interests of every child.
Controversy related to the Councilman Mike Zinkin recall effort in Oro Valley culminated into police intervention on Jan. 25 during the weekly farmers market at Steam Pump Ranch.
Are you looking for great community events and entertainment? There are so many exciting events happening in Oro Valley over the next few months, it is difficult to keep track! The Town hasn’t always been this busy with large-scale events, which begs the question: What has changed?
For those that think gardening in the desert is difficult or near impossible, Marana resident John Keller would beg to differ.
“Exciting” is the word used by Marana Town Manager Gilbert Davidson to describe the approaching 2014 calendar year as the town continues to trend in the right direction following the nation’s hard-hitting 2008 recession.
The holiday season is once again here. All around us we are reminded of the upcoming holidays. Children eagerly await the arrival of Santa Claus, decorating the tree, hanging lights, and of course the sweets Parents delight in the joy of their children with everyone eagerly looking forward to holiday gatherings with family and friends.
The Marana Pumpkin Patch Festival
On Saturday, Oct. 12, Oro Valley held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the relocation of the Oro Valley Farmers Market to the historic Steam Pump Ranch, 10901 N. Oracle Road.
The Oro Valley Farmers Market made its official move to its new location, Steam Pump Ranch, this past weekend.
Reflecting on Oro Valley’s growth during the past year, Mayor Satish Hiremath left no one out as he honored the efforts and success of the town residents at the annual State of the Town Address and Luncheon.
As the summer months draw to an end, the Town of Oro Valley is gearing up to resume its regular council meetings.
The atmosphere and energy of a food establishment makes or breaks the experience for diners. One eatery that offers a distinctive and innovative approach to serving food is Planet of the Crepes. By showcasing unique and delectable crepes for their customers, this food truck has created a strong following in the Tucson community.
In a town revered for its forward thinking, Oro Valley isn’t forgetting to take a look back at history as it celebrates Settler’s Day on April 13 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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Join Tucson Symphony Orchestra and Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance for a new musical adventure by TSO violinist and composer Michael Fan.
“Operation Prickly Pear” is a school fundraiser that involves the entire Pusch Ridge sixth grade class, students, parents, and teachers, from harvesting the fruit to the production and packaging and sales of the final products.