Info from LSA:
“The Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona, YWCA of Southern Arizona, Living Streets Alliance, the Southwest Fair Housing Council, and L.U.P.E.Tucson (Lucha Unida de Padres y Estudiantes) invite you to meet the Ward 3 Democratic primary candidates on Saturday, August 5th from 10:30am to 12:00pm at the Donna R. Liggins Center,2160 N. 6th Avenue, for the first-ever candidate forum to focus specifically on equity.
All the primary candidates are confirmed to attend: Felicia Chew, Paul Durham and Tom Tronsdal. (There is no primary on the Republican ticket, as there is no candidate running.)
Posted in Carolyn Classen, Community, Tucson
Tagged Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona, Donna R. Liggins Center, Felicia Chew, L.U.P.E. Tucson, Living Streets Alliance, Paul Durham, Southwest Fair Housing Council, Tom Tronsdal, Ward 3 Council, YWCA of Southern Arizona
June 20, 6 to 8 p.m.
“It’s the longest day of the year, so let’s celebrate the midway point of summer! Join Living Streets Alliance and Technicians For Sustainability on a casual, friendly bike ride along mostly car-free paths to Dragoon Brewing Co. where we will enjoy cold brews, a food truck or two, some prize giveaways (including a solar battery charger from TFS!) and more. Come thirsty, and drink up! Dragoon will donate one dollar for every pint sold to LSA, this night only!
We will depart from TFS, 612 N 7th Ave., at 6 pm, and return to the same location at about 8:30pm if there is a group wanting to ride together back to the same spot.”
Carolyn’s note: I know this is the summer solstice, but since excessive heat and a high temperature of 112 is predicted for tomorrow, please wear a hat, sunscreen, and bring lots of water with you on this ride.
Sunday, Apr. 2, 2017
10am – 3pm
Downtown to South Tucson
Time to get our your bikes, trikes, scooters, wagons, skates and walking shoes and enjoy the streets of Tucson sans motor vehicles. Enjoy Springtime outdoors.
Also NEW this year (besides the expanded route) — an online interactive map (click on it to view specific activity hubs and even location of food trucks: https://www.cycloviatucson.org/interactive-route-map/
Save the date for fall Cyclovia 2017:
Sunday, October 29, 2017, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
All New route – S. 12th Avenue in Tucson.
“Coming this Saturday Tucson’s historic RillitoBend Neighborhood Association is holding its first ever walking/biking neighborhood tour to raise money to support Valley of the Moon.
This event will take explorers on a journey through the century old neighborhood surrounding Valley of the Moon: RillitoBend. Tour goers will visit homes, gardens, a hidden labyrinth, horse properties, art exhibits and, of course, Valley of the Moon.
Way back when Valley of the Moon’s story started in 1923 the nearest paved road was miles away and there were only a handful of ranches in the area. Today the neighborhood is a delightful mix of historic and modern with a totally unique character. Community is one of Valley of the Moon’s core values and this neighborhood is a great example of community done right.
“This spring, Living Streets Alliance (LSA) turned five and we’re finally getting around to celebrating. Because parties are way more fun when they’re with our friends, we’re teaming up with Tap & Bottle and Exo Roast Co. to throw a mid-summer fiesta in celebration of birthdays, beer, brew, and bikes. On Saturday, June 25th, a whole slew of events, activities, live music and more will take place at these two lovely establishments down the street from our office. Even better: a portion of all proceeds will go to support the work of LSA!
And, because we LOVE our members, we’re throwing in some extra fun just for you. Stop by any time between Noon and 6pm and we’ll have a coupon for a complimentary beer at Tap & Bottle, plus you’ll be entered to win one of our Tucson Summer Stay-cation packages. If you come between Noon and 4pm, you can also grab a free scoop of Isabella’s Ice Cream. And feel free to join in toasts and cake at 5pm to celebrate all that we’ve accomplished together over the past five years. It’s gonna be a blast!” (from FB page)
Get our your bikes, trikes, wagons, strollers, skates, skateboards, hiking boots, etc. to enjoy the springtime at the Spring Cyclovia (care free, car free) event on April 10. Starting off at Himmel Park, you can ride/walk your way through lovely Sam Hughes Neighborhood, across Campbell to Rincon Heights Neighborhood, then south to the Miles Neighborhood, and Barrio San Antonio.
Don’t miss the Sam Hughes Neighborhood Garden tour, at their Activity Hub. Info at www.samhughes.org.
Final stop (don’t get lost) will be the shopping district in the Lost Barrio. Enjoy the Spring without your car or truck. Stop at the various activity hubs and enjoy what fun is being planned for you & your family/friends.