It’s a beautiful Friday afternoon here in Tucson and we’re getting ready for a great weekend here in Oro Valley. Do you have your plans set already? If not, I thought you might be interested in some fun things going on that will get you outside to enjoy this incredible weather.
Spring Festival of the Arts returning to Oro Valley this weekend
One of the largest and most captivating arts festivals found anywhere in Southern Arizona is soon to make a return to Oro Valley when the Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance (SAACA) hosts the Spring Festival of the Arts this Friday and Saturday, Feb. 25 and 26.
The free event, which will take place at the Oro Valley Marketplace, 12155 N. Oracle Road, will feature dozens of artists, exhibitors and food vendors – both local and visiting – which collectively offer a sample of the art, culture and cuisine for which the region is well known.
In addition to craft vendors and artists’ booths, another one of the southwest’s most well known cultural pastimes will be on display at the festival: the rodeo. Strolling performances will make their way through the crowds; including cowboy, western and instrumental performances. Free children’s activities will also be available. read more at tucsonlocalmedia.com
Looking at the weather forecast, it seems we’re good to go with pretty much anything you have planned around Tucson. this is what people move here for! (and stay here)
Tucson weather: Dry conditions continue through Sunday
Sunny skies and dry conditions continue through Sunday, although temperatures are still a little on the cooler side, hovering around the mid-60s.
Valley rain and mountain snow are expected to roll into town Monday through Tuesday, with dry conditions returning Wednesday, along with warmer temps! read more at tucson.com
Want more good news neighbors? It seems that we’re in one of the better parts of Arizona when it comes to the real estate market. That’s definitely encouraging to hear…
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— carmen duarte (@cduartestar) February 24, 2017
About the only thing that could put a damper on the next few days is if your garage door suddenly quit working… At least if that happens, you know who to call (right?!?!) Call John’s Garage Doors at (520) 989-0381 and I’ll take care of you!
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