second Saturday's link above is devoid of any info. Disappointing to be sure. More info is available on FB than on the page.
Hello all- we have discontinued this monthly meeting. Look for events coming up at MomForceAZ.org
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As of 6/10,2016, the place for this event has changed. The event will now take place at Grace St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 2331 E Adams St. 327-6857.
Mary Jo Ghory, Amnesty International,
This bar is closed and the Karaoke show cancelled. Please remove my posting. Thank you!
Is this event still happening?
I was ignorant about the mission of this "museum" so I am submitting this review because people should know how their money for admission is used -so they can make an informed choice. This museum is a tax write-off for big game hunters to go to Africa and hunt down mainly big game kills. Your money supports their trips and cost to pay for sending their kills to the taxidermist. So go if you support the killing of our wildlife for fun and profit. In the first ten years of their existence, Tucsonans referred to this place as "Dead animal museum' .
The show was okay and the food was "edible". Definitely not worth $75. I would not recommend going to this. We were there on Friday, May 27. It was worth about $20 to me.
I booked a table for 5 last Friday, May 13th. I would NOT recommend this show. The show is poorly written, the talent lacking and the food mediocre at best. With a cost of $75 plus tax and tip for dinner and the show, I would expect far more. Only soda was included for drink selections, service took forever and the food was tasteless. The entire dinner/show took over 3 hours and required a ton of audience participation. I would say skip it to all of my friends and suggest the Gaslight.
I have gone to HH with this group. A bunch of nice, friendly, accepting people. They have other fun things to do. I look forward to doing more things with them.
The Green Movement has always been Red. Nothing new, not even different.
This is going to be a great show!!!
Noon until 10 pm Saturday April 30
Meet at the SE Corner of Himmel Park. Look for the Tai Chi for Health banner.
Wonderful one on one, hands on care. Treating the body as a whole.
Very good food, very nice people
Great Event, Great party!!!!
I'm so excited for this event!
Harkins Theatre Spectrum 18
5455 S Calle Santa Cruz, Tucson, AZ 85706
Purchase tickets: http://gathr.us/screening/14178
Imagine a life with less: less stuff, less clutter, less stress, less debt, less
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chaotic world around you.
What you're imagining is an intentional life. Not a perfect life--not an easy life--but a simple life. Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things, a feature-length documentary from the popular simple living duo The Minimalists, examines the many flavors of minimalism by taking the audience inside the lives of minimalists from all walks of life.
Thanks for the update, Chris! I updated the listing for you.
This event no longer runs every Monday. It is now only I the 1st and 3rd Monday odd every month
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