EL PRESIDIO TOURS: Walking tours of El Presidio Historic District are offered at 10 a.m. every Saturday, starting at the Sosa-Carrillo-Fremont Museum in the TMA Historic Block, 151 S. Granada Ave. Walking tours are $4 per person and last approximately two hours. Call 622-0956 for registration and information.
RUSSIAN DUET: The UA Balalaika Orchestra and the Kalinka Russian Dance Ensemble team up to present this colorful winter concert of Russian folk music. The popular male chorus, Sons of Orpheus, joins the 50-member company of costumed musicians and dancers, along with guest musicians from Kiev, Ukraine and Los Angeles. Performances are at 8 p.m. Saturday, January 13, and 3 p.m. Sunday, January 14, at the PCC West Campus Center for the Arts, 2202 W. Anklam Road. Tickets are $5 and $7, available at the door or in advance from Jeff's Classical Records (2556 N. Campbell Ave.), Piney Hollow (427 N. Fourth Ave.), and Guitars Etc. (5646 E. Speedway). Call 884-6458 for reservations and information.
THIRD STREET KIDS. Check out Third Street Kids, the sole program run by Arts For All, Inc., a non-profit organization providing after-school programs in the performing arts for children with disabilities, with a special showcase Sunday, January 14, in the Temple of Music and Art Cabaret Theatre, 330 S. Scott Ave. Expressions, a collaboration of original and commissioned works, includes choreography by ORTS artistic director Anne Bunker, new music by music director Jeff Moyer, poetry reading and a performance by Hal Safron called Mother Goose Gumshoe. Performance begins at 2 p.m., suitable for kids of all ages. Tickets are $5, available at Western Medical Inc., 5462 E. Pima St., and at the door. Call 513-0259 for reservations and information.
WALK FOR INTEGRITY: Join the Arizonans Marching for Integrity and Ethics in Government (AMIEGO) campaign at noon Sunday, January 14, in the Tucson Public Library plaza, 101 N. Stone Ave., and proclaim your right to honest government and ethical leadership in areas including public health and safety, legislative reform, responsible economic growth, education, homelessness and seniors' and children's rights. As a new legislative session opens, the time is right to get in touch with fellow concerned citizens from such groups as Common Cause, Sierra Club, Toxic Waste Investigative Group (TWIG), Tucson Audubon Society, and the Urban League, to name a few participating organizations.
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