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The Santa Cruz Valley has always been full a multitude of rich cultures throughout it's history, and you can celebrate them all this weekend during the Tumacácori Fiesta. See live music and dance from Apache Crown Dancers to Mariachi bands, fiddlers and folklorico singers. Events in the valley range from mission tours and river walks, to karaoke and piñata breaking, as well as all manner of foods and craft throughout the day. For the full schedule and more info, go to www.nps.gov/tuma/planyourvisit/fiesta.htm.

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