Events Calendar


  • Apr 28th, Friday

    Frida Kahlo: Art, Garden, Life

    8:30 am
    Tucson Botanical Gardens 2150 North Alvernon Way AZ Tucson 85712

    Tucson Botanical Gardens was selected as the only institution to receive this extraordinary exhibition designed by one of the world’s premier botanical gardens, the New York Botanical Garden.

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    5 of many Collapse all Print all In new window [CIUA] 2017 Spring classes at the Confucius Institute UA starts from Jan 23rd, registration opens now

    1215 E. Helen St. AZ Tucson 85721

    The Confucius Institute at the University of Arizona (CIUA) presents a richer array of non-credit classes 2017 Spring semester, taught by outstanding visiting scholars from China with a focus on Chinese language and culture, the programs will include few new courses like Modern China, Traditional Sinology for Children, Chinese Traditional Medicine and Healthy Lifestyle, and classical courses like Tourist Chinese, Business Chinese, Chinese musical instruments, Tai-chi, Martial arts, HSK Preparation (preparation for the Chinese Proficiency Test), Chinese Brush Calligraphy and Traditional Chinese Painting.

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  • Apr 28th, Friday

    ITCats Toastmasters

    8:45 am
    Computer Center Room 116

    ITCats Toastmasters is open to all University of Arizona IT professionals.

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    Carnival of Illusion/A Magical Journey Around the World

    6:00 pm
    445 S. Alvernon Way

    Laugh, have fun, and celebrate as Carnival of Illusion presents national-quality magic in an old-world setting limited to just 35 guests at Doubletree Hotel Reid Park.

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    Great Tide Rising: Toward Clarity and Moral Courage in a Time of Planetary Change

    7:00 pm
    Environment & Natural Resources 2 (ENR2) 1064 East Lowell Street AZ Tucson 85719

    Climate change may be an economic and technological problem, but fundamentally, it is a moral problem and it calls for a moral response.

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    Akira

    10:00 pm
    Loft Cinema 3233 E Speedway Blvd AZ Tucson 85716

    FRIDAY, APRIL 28 & SATURDAY, APRIL 29 AT 10:00PM | GENERAL ADMISSION: $6 • LOFT MEMBERS: $5 The film that helped introduce anime to Western audiences, the highly-influential cult classic Akira is a twisted dystopian parable of violence and rock-n-roll, Japanese style, based on the comic book by Katsuhiro Otomo. “A towering achievement of imagination, often suggesting a weird expressionist blend of 2001, The Warriors, Blade Runner and Forbidden Planet.” – David Jenkins, Time Out Neo-Tokyo, 2019, and the city is being rebuilt after World War III.

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  • Apr 29th, Saturday

    Keep On Strong Heart: Moral Power in the Climate Fight

    9:00 am
    Environment & Natural Resources 2 (ENR2) 1064 East Lowell Street Arizona Tucson 85709

    Climate change is a moral issue.

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    Family Day: Art and Science!

    10:00 am
    1031 N Olive Road AZ Tucson 85721

    Explore art and science with hands-on activities.

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    Racing the Sun

    12:00 pm
    Musselman Honda Circuit 11800 S. Harrison Road AZ Tucson 85747

    Watch Arizona high school teams race their solar-powered go-karts in the 6th Annual Racing the Sun competition.

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    The 16th Chinese Bridge

    1:00 pm
    KIVA ROOM, STUDENT UNION MEMORIAL CENTER 1303 E. University Blvd AZ Tucson 85719

    Chinese Proficiency Competition for Foreign College Students 2017 Preliminary Contest in the Southwest U.S.

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