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Saturday, January 30, 2016

Get Out and Enjoy Tucson This Weekend

Sunshine and temps in the 70's are in store for us this fine Tucson weekend.  Cool weather returns Monday so plan your outdoor escape now.  Here are some thoughts on fun things in Tucson this weekend:
Drummers at the Rogue Theatre
 
You have the rare opportunity to see two of North America’s leading taiko (Japanese ensemble drumming) performers in the intimate space of The Rogue Theatre today. 88: Hachi Hachi is an intricate weaving of taiko, dance and theatre by Portland’s UNIT SOUZOU. Internationally recognized taiko performers Michelle Fujii and Toru Watanabe create a rhythmic journey investigating lineage, personal story and the space that exists between two people.
There are two shows today: 2:30pm and 7:30pm.  Check the Rogue's website for more info and tickets. The Rogue Theatre

Javelina and Hike in Saguaro National Park West

Learn more about out desert neighbors, the javelina, this Sunday at the Saguaro National Park West. The program is at 3:15 at the Visitors Center.  It is a short program and a great tie-in to a hike in this beautiful park. For more information go to Saguaro National Park West

Southern Arizona Symphony Explores the New World

Maestro Linus Lerner
The Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra (SASO) performs Dvorak's New World Symphony (one of my favorites) Sunday along with the beautiful Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No.2  The concert is at 3:00pm at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church. The concert repeats next weekend in Green Valley and Saddlebrooke. For more info and tickets:  Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra


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