So impressed that they made this happen!
Nice, beautiful, peaceful place to wander through
Small, enchanting town.
I love this group as a mother of 2, i get lots of advice from the moms if i ever have questions or concerns. i have made it to the workouts on saturday mornings, which i love and the moms bring there kids so they play together while we work out. I love seeing how the moms eat and what there eating and cooking what they eat to try new things. i also love the inspiration from everyone.
Check the website....www.rhythmandroots.org
It has where to buy tickets..Bookmans and others....
note: 2 locations have no service charge...
Antigone Books- 4th ave
Gray Dog Traders- Plaza Palamino
If you call and leave a message they will call you back. 319-9966
Would love to attend, but cannot reach anyone to find out where to purchase tickets or if a dance floor will be provided. No dance floor??? Ridiculous!!! It's the Texas Tornadoes--you can't just sit and listen. Wake up someone!!! Answer your phone with a real person--PLEASE___ Evie Kubis email@example.com
The best secret in Tucson
MT. LEMMON IS A PLAYGROUND IN OUR OWN BACKYARD. IT HAS MORE TO OFFER THAN ANYONE COULD EXPERIENCE IN A LIFETIME. BUY THE YEARLY PASS AND GO EVERY WEEK.
Bid deal. The TBG is a great disappointment to me. The one thing we have a lot of in Tucson is dessert and this little patch of botanical garden isn't much. The desert gardens in places as different as Phoenix and Monaco are much more interesting and provide better sights. The book store is miniscule and the members don't get a discount on books.
Been a while since I saw Tucson from A Mountain -- lots of memories there. Glad it's clean up and somewhat gang free... Hope it stays that way. Nice place to remind us why we live here...
It's easy to forget you're in the desert at the Tucson Botanical Gardens. Also the best place in town to get gardening ideas and inspiration. I especially dig the historic photos of the Porter family that owned the property and built many of the existing buildings in the 1920s and 1930s
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