“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.
“Join the Coalition for Children of Heroes Day at the Valley of the Moon in Tucson, Arizona on Saturday, May 28th.
A free family day event sponsored by the Coalition for all veterans, active duty military and their children, Valley of the Moon is an enchanted storybook land and the heart of magic in Tucson. This unique area was built by George Phar Legler in the 1920s for the purpose of appealing to the magical imagination of children and of bringing mental and spiritual healing to visitors of all ages.
http://www.tucsonvalleyofthemoon.com/“. Valley of the Moon is located at 2544 E. Ellen Rd, east of Tucson Blvd., north of Prince Rd. in Tucson.
You’re Invited to our Historic Landmark Celebration!
This January 16, 2016 Valley of the Moon celebrates our designation as a Tucson Historic Landmark!If you love Valley of the Moon, if you’ve ever volunteered at Valley of the Moon, or if you’re excited about Tucson’s commitment to preserving historic resources then you’re invited!
January 16th, 2016
3:30 to 7:00 pm
Light Snacks and Drinks
This is an annual, very spooky event leading up to Halloween. Be scared.
More info: www.tucsonvalleyofthemoon.com.
“Alice in Wonderland” at Valley of the Moon, 2544 E. Allen Road (north of Prince Rd., east of Tucson Blvd.), from May 8 to May 17.
“Off with their heads!” Follow the White Rabbit and an adventurous Alice as Valley of the Moon brings Lewis Carroll’s 150 year old masterpiece to life! Meet all your favorite mad characters like the Cheshire Cat, March Hare, and the Queen of Hearts! Costumes are encouraged and Moms are free on Mother’s Day (May 10)!
Tickets available at the gate or online at http://www.tucsonvalleyofthemoon.com/ .
Tickets are $10, kids 15 and under are free. The hours are 6 PM to 8:30 PM with adventures every 30 minutes.
Questions? Send an eMALE “(what’s that?”, asked Alice): email@example.com. Or you can use the telly: 520-323-1331.
“We’re all mad here”.