SPECIAL EVENTSAMERICAN INDIAN EXPO. The Flamingo Travelodge. 1300 N. Stone Ave. The American Indian Exposition continues through February 15 with authentic handmade crafts from over 50 American Indian tribes. Call 622-4900 for information.
DOWNTOWN SATURDAY. Downtown Tucson is alive all day and all night Saturday, February 7. Downtown Tucson is transformed into a Medieval Festival: the fun begins with a Period Costume Promenade at 6:30 p.m. at the Ronstadt Center, and continuing to the Rialto Theatre for the very special performance of Romeo and Juliet by the Utah Shakespearean Festival at 7 p.m. This special edited version for families and children will be lots of fun for all. The Dueling Idiots will perform their swashbuckling sillies from 7 to 10 p.m. in the Arizona Alley. For information on other events, stop by the booth on Sixth Avenue and Congress Street; or call the Arts District Partnership at 624-9977.
WALKING TOURS. The Arizona Historical Society presents Walking Tours of Historic Tucson from 10 a.m. to noon Saturdays, through March. Begining at the Sosa-Carillo-Frémont House Museum, the tour canvasses more than 20 homes, sites and buildings. Cost is $4.50. Reservations are required. Call 622-0956 for reservations and information.
Out Of Town
WINE EXTRAVAGANZA. Kokopelli Winery. 2060 N. Haskell Ave. Wilcox. Kokopelli Winery and Paradise Valley Winery celebrate their third annual Wine Extravaganza and Barrel Tasting Friday through Sunday, February 6 through 8. Activities include wine and barrel tasting, cooking demonstrations, food, dancing, music, Southwestern Arts and Crafts, cookware, wine accessories and more. Admission is $7, $3 for youth ages 12 to 20; children under 12 free. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the American Heart Association. Call 1-800-200-2272 for directions and information.
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