January 5 - January 11, 1995

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KARTCHNER CAVERNS. Jerry Ravert from the new state park at Kartchner Caverns will give you some idea of the climate, hydrology and wildlife in the Southern Arizona cave, which is gearing up for its first public tours, at a 2 p.m. Tuesday, January 10, lecture at Tohono Chul Park, 7366 N. Paseo del Norte. Admission is $2. Call 742-6455 to reserve a spot.

CELLO AND HARPSICHORD. Mother and son musicians Mark and Martha Salzman team up to present some Vivaldi and J.S. Bach at 3 p.m. Sunday, January 8, at St. Philip's in the Hills, 4440 N. Campbell Ave. The concert is free. Call 299-6421 for more information.

TOILET REBATE. Tucson Water says they've extended their toilet rebate program, and that means money for you if you change out your old porcelain bowl for a new 1.6-gallons-per-flush model. Save water and up to $100 on your new pot. For more information call 791-4331.

CANTRELL MARYOTT. Folk singer Maryott does some of her exquisite original tunes from 12:15 to 1 p.m. Wednesday, January 11, as part of the free Wednesday Brown Bag series at Dinnerware Gallery, 135 E. Congress St. Bring your sack lunch or grab one at a downtown restaurant.

VOLUNTEER WISHBOOK. The Volunteer Center of Tucson has its new "Wishbook 1995" out and there are a lot of wishes to be filled. Donate some yard furniture to the Primavera Foundation, rakes and brooms to the Ronald McDonald House, sports equipment to Project Yes and some library books to the Pio Decimo Center. For more information on where to donate call 886-6500.

WEENIES AND BEER. If you're downtown Saturday, January 10, do the Rock and Roll Weenie Roast in the afternoon at Club Congress, 311 E. Congress St. You get three acoustic acts, a beer and a dog for just $2. For more information call 622-8848.

--Hannah Glasston

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