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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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' .
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.
Our time has changed to 12:30- 2pm
Hope to see you there!
or on Facebook
Great fun meeting in the beautiful park right next to the tennis courts and parking lot in the shade. Bathrooms nearby. Fun group of folks. Bring a chair and water. Your drum or noise maker.
No experience necessary.
Fun to play with nice people - beginners to old hand drummers.
Stop by and pick up a noise maker and join in.
Wow, this is great. Dance is the only kind of exercise I like but most exercise classes are just jumping around to the music. Here you get exercise and learn real dancing.
You start with the basic steps (which are an exercise in themselves) and then see how they evolve into the different dances. Yolanda is great at not only breaking the steps down but also seeing exactly which part of your body isn't quite right. She has tips about partnering, so you can further refine your dancing once you know the basics.
Designed to give you the basis and confidence to go out on the town.
non phony, not sugary or sacchiriny, just real...religious ordeals always make me uncomfortable, and this felt so friendly and really open and cool...I recommend this to everyone who is searching...
Great fun, but the sound on the main stage was way too loud to enjoy for the final performance.
The Mission Garden is fabulous. Check it out!
Winter hours (December through March) are 12 pm to 4 pm on Saturdays; summer hours (April through November) are 8 am to 12 pm on Saturdays.
And Himmel Park.
Definitely something everyone should see... I loved it and plan to return again on Holloween. I give it five stars.
This event ended in April. Look for it again in 2015 January - April.
went to the El Presidio Plaza Park Mercado and there wasn't a stick of produce, only crafts.
Filled out the form that promised to contact me more than two weeks ago. Followed up with several phone calls, not returned. Any suggestions? Are they still in business?
I'm a licensed psychotherapist and I contract with the office of problem gambling. I have room for a few more clients in my private practice. If you are a problem gambler, or family member, or affected client then I can see you too. I'm located at the corner of Swan and Pima.
Please call; Joyce Selenkow MA, LPC 520-990-3122
This event is awesome and without peer in Tucson. The food you eat is like what your grandma would make (if you had a Thai grandma). The first time we went, I was a little nervous, as I had never been in a Buddhist temple before; but, it's been smooth sailing ever since. Recommend you wear sandals with no socks, as you must remove your shoes before entering. If you end up eating in the rear garden, you won't want socks on (it's soft sand). If you eat in the temple, you must be shoeless also. Try this once, you will hooked. Best kept 'secret' in Tucson.
In my experience (at one time I was enrolled in PCAP). PCAP has nothing to do with paying a premium and then getting access to medical services. PCAP is not medical insurance. PCAP is more of a delayed "pay your bill" program than it is medical insurance.
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