Wingspan's HYP offers assistance to homeless and unstably-housed youth ages 13-23. Youth can access clothing, bus passes, food and hygiene supplies, while working with staff to identify and reach their goals. The intent of HYP is to help youth gain self-sufficiency. Call or visit wingspan.org for more information.
Singles meet from 5 to 7 p.m., every Friday, at a different location; free. Call 219-4332, or visit tucsonsocialsingles.org for locations and more information.
A collaborative youth drop-in and empowerment lounge offers a variety of programs including support groups, leadership-development activities, social events, educational and career enrichment activities, a homeless youth project, a sexual health education project, access to housing case managers, an on-site therapist and healthy-living workshops. Youth also have the opportunity to complete community service hours through this program. Eon events and activities are free and open to all gay, lesbian, bisexual, two-spirit, transgender, queer, questioning, intersexed and straight-ally youth ages 13 to 23. To begin participating, interested youth must complete an EON New Youth Orientation. Call or email email@example.com for more information.
A peek through the largest public viewing telescope in the Southwest is just part of a five-hour tour of the universe, from 5 to 10 p.m., nightly; $48 Monday through Thursday, $60 Friday through Sunday, $30 student. Reservations are required. Visit skycenter.arizona.edu for reservations. Search Facebook for "Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter" for daily photo updates about current events in the universe.