Happy New Year! We hope 2018 sees you healthy and happy. Here are some things to do this month:

USTA Winter National Championships – Youth Tennis
The United States Tennis Association (USTA) hosts one of the biggest event in the USA for boys and girls ages 12 and 14 who qualify. This Level 1 Junior Tournament uses multiple courts at the Reffkin Tennis Center at Randolph Park.
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Tucson Rodeo Parade Museum Tours
Tour Tucson Rodeo Parade Museum holds 150 buggies and wagons, Old West artifacts, and a typical Old West streetscape, historical Tucson memorabilia, and more. Seasonal hours vary; see website for details.
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You Are Here: Mediated Understanding of our World
University of Arizona Museum of Art celebrates the artists who map the world.  Throughout centuries, maps have served as tools of victory over reality.  Featuring functional maps in addition to artworks that incorporate cartographic vocabulary, this exhibition explores themes of navigation, accuracy, presumed reality,and politics.
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The Voice’s Kata Hay Hits Tucson
Monterey Court presents a concert by former The Voice TV show contestant Kata Hay and her traveling partner Dan O’Rourke, who are on tour from Nashville doing their unique brand of Indie folk. The program includes a performance of the song “Where am I from?” by folk-rock artist Dan O’Rourke, who blends his lifestyle of traveling and singing in idyllic fashion. Never spending more than a few months in one place, much of his inspiration is drawn from those experiences on the road. His music contains a keen perspective on what it’s like to be on the move. His outlook is refreshing as he states, “Life isn’t meant to be spent in one place.” He reaffirms, “There’s so much out there to see and our time here is quite limited. I don’t want to waste a second of it.”
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The Mini Time Machine Museum: David Fischer: Model Builder Extraordinaire
The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures presents David Fischer: Model Builder Extraordinaire, a Community Corner exhibit featuring scratch-built scale models.  David eliminated commercial kits altogether relying instead on his own research, careful technical drawings, white styrene plastic, brass, aluminum, wire, wood, and casting epoxy.
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