Kit Estes dances to the music by the Tucson Symphony Orchestra Percussion Ensemble at Tucson Meet Yourself on Oct. 14 at El Presido Park in downtown Tucson.
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Restored cars displayed at the 44th Annual Tucson Meet Yourself at El Presidio Park in downtown Tucson on Oct. 14.
Indian food for sale at Tucson Meet Yourself on Oct. 14 in downtown Tucson.
Rod Ambrose, left, performs "Talking Drum, an African American Griot" at Tucson Meet Yourself on Oct. 14.
Tables feature various study abroad programs during the University of Arizona's 2017 Study Abroad Fair at the Student Union Memorial Center. Study abroad opportunities are educational experiences most all students would benefit from and can be made affordable despite sometimes daunting costs.
A rainwater cistern at the University Of Arizona Community Garden, located on 1400 E. Mabel St. The garden is a community effort to grow plants that can thrive in the desert environment, including peppers, sunflowers and corn.
The University of Arizona Community Garden includes three compost bins, as well as an irrigation system, tool shed and a ramada all open for public use. Many community events and workshops are held at the gardens throughout the year.
A fruit growing at the University of Arizona Community Garden. The garden holds a variety of plants grown by members of Students for Sustainability and the community.
Tables with various study abroad programs at the University of Arizona's 2017 Study Abroad Fair at the Student Union Memorial Center.
Students learn about a study abroad trip to Mexico at the University of Arizona's 2017 Study Abroad Fair in the Grand Ballroom of the Student Union Memorial Center. Tables were arranged in large squares split up by continents and included countries like Italy, Germany, Australia, East Asia, Latin America, Africa, Russia, Kazakhstan, India and Jordan.
The University of Arizona's 2017 Study Abroad Fair at the Student Union Memorial Center.
Plants in the Kitchen Garden at the Tucson Botanical Gardens include dwarf pomegranate, Malabar spinach, Greek oregano and Anaheim chili peppers.
The Herb Garden, located in the southwest corner of the gardens, holds both native and other grown herbs of Arizona. The garden grows oregano, lemon basil, Napoletano basil and golden sage.
Tucson Botanical Gardens, located on 2150 N. Alvernon Way, is home to many plants of Southern Arizona. It has 25 different gardens, striving to be the “best small, public garden in America."