The holidays are right around the corner! Here are more fun activities in and around Tucson to keep your crew entertained.
Premium Blend – UA Dance
This performance by talented students at the UA School of Dance combines the best of ballet and contemporary dance at UA Stevie Eller Dance Theatre on the University of Arizona campus. With its intimate 300 seat auditorium and spacious stage, Stevie Eller Dance Theatre is the best place to experience the athleticism and artistry of this extraordinary ensemble.
Coyote Classic All-Breed Dog Show
Coyote Classic presents the annual all-breed and specialty groups dog show at Pima County Fairgrounds. Specialties, working group show (Thursday), Obedience and Rally all four days. Friday through Monday are Western Days. Break out those ten-gallon hats, silver belt buckles and cowboy boots and celebrate Tucson’s western heritage. Dress Fido in cowboy garb too.
Holiday Artisans Market
The Tucson Museum of Art hosts the 32nd annual Holiday Artisans Market with more than 100 of the Southwest’s finest artists and artisans who display their works and wares. Let them help you find perfect holiday gifts. Located in the beautiful courtyard of Tucson Museum of Art. Saturday and Sunday always features food vendors and live music.
Autumn Grand American Trap Shoot
The Amateur Trapshooting Association presents the annual Autumn Grand American Preliminary Autumn Grand and the Autumn Grand at the Tucson Trap and Skeet Club (a shotgun ONLY gun range. No pistol or rifle shooting is allowed on premises), home of the USA Shooting Southwest Regional Training Center. The Pre-Autumn Grand will offer even more targets to get you warmed up for the big event. The weather in Tucson in early November is usually spectacular. This is an opportunity to shoot over one of the premier clubs in North America. There will be great prizes, All-American points and great comradeship.
UA Presents: Penn & Teller
See Penn and Teller on stage at Centennial Hall with UA Presents. With sold-out runs on Broadway, world tours, Emmy-winning TV specials, a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and hundreds of outrageous appearances on everything from Fallon to Friends, The Simpsons to Colbert, Modern Family to Top Chef, comedys most enduring team show no signs of slowing down.