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Tucson things to do!

April 29th, 2013 by Betty Ross

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With a stay at Desert Dove Bed & Breakfast we can point you to many attractions the Old Pueblo has to offer.

As a continuously inhabited settlement for many years, Tucson’s history and culture run deep. Spanish, Mexican, Native and Old West influences are evident in the architecture, lifestyle, traditions and cuisine. Once hailed as a “mini Mecca for the arts” by the Wall Street Journal, Tucson’s art community rivals that of any big city, featuring its own ballet and opera company, professional theater, symphony, more than 200 art groups and a variety of galleries scattered throughout the city’s 11 districts.

Tolteca Tlacuilo and La Cocina Restaurant

April 11th, 2013 by Betty Ross

lightninghorseAlways something fun to do in Tucson! Check out this event on Sunday.

Event Name: Tygel Pinto playing the Navajo  flute

Date: Sunday April 14th, 2013

Performance Times:  Sunday 12:00PM and 2:00PM

Location: Old Town Artisans complex  La Cocina Restaurant stage. 201 N. Court Ave.

Cost: Admission Free

Event Description: Tygel Pinto  from Crystal, New Mexico  started playing the flute to keep a part of himself alive. The part that he was trying to keep alive was his heritage. Once he became more comfortable with the noises that he made he started playing to better understand himself. The inspiration that drives him forward is to bring his music to another level than the norm. He feels that music has taken a turn and is not content with it’s nature. He wants this gift of his to touch the hearts of people and bring them together even if only for a night.

For more information call: Eddie Gallego
( 520 ) 623-5787
equetzal@aol.com

Old Town Artisans

March 11th, 2013 by Betty Ross

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Event Name: Music and dinner under the stars
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Days: Wednesdays thru Saturdays

Times: 7:00PM – 9:00PM –

Location: La Cocina courtyard stage in the Old Town Artisans complex  201 N. Court Ave.

Cost: Admission Free

Event Descriptions:

Collin Shook Trio

Wed 3/13/13 – 6:30 PM The hard-driving sound of the Collin Shook Trio is a departure from the Tucson jazz scene. His playing is a fusion between the Hard-Bop of the 60’s and the modern composition of today, mixed with his classical roots.
The hard-driving sound of the Collin Shook Trio is a departure from the Tucson jazz scene.

fusion between the Hard-Bop of the 60’s and the modern composition of today, mixed with his classical roots.

Stefan George

Thu 3/14/13 – 6:30 PM
One of Tucson’s best-loved singer/songwriters, Stefan George has won award after award for his evocative songwriting and luminous guitar playing. He was a New Folk Award Finalist at the Kerrville (Texas) Folk Festival in 1996, a Telluride Bluegrass Festival Troubadour Finalist in 1996, and a Tucson Area Music (TAMMY) award winner in 1994, 1995 and 1997 — with 1997 awards in Best Songwriter, Best Solo Acoustic Performer and Best Acoustic Ensemble categories. In addition, this versatile musician hosted the “Blues Summit” at the 1997 Kerrville Folk Festival and has been invited back to Kerrville ever since. Stefan was a featured Showcase artist at South By Southwest in 1991 and 1994. He has also performed in concert with David Wilcox, Norman Blake, Bill Miller, Rory Block and Bill Morrissey, to name but a few

The Greg Morton Band

Fri 3/15/13 – 6:30 PM
The Greg Morton Band is local to southern Arizona.Greg Morton was born in Memphis, Tennessee. He began to play the guitar when he was around 12 years of age.After sharpening his skills playing traditional bluegrass music, Greg began to apply his talents to other musical styles, including country and jazz. Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Today, Greg plays in various venues throughout southern Arizona.

Miss Lana Rebel w/Kevin Michael Mayfield

Sat 3/16/13 – 12:00 PM
The Portland Mercury wrote that Miss Lana Rebel is “the badass matriarch of local dustbowl country.” It’s an appreciative nod to a songwriter whose presence can cut through the din of a crowded honky-tonk, and a voice that has been likened to ladies such as Loretta Lynn, and June Carter. She is widely known as an excellent country musician and songwriter, though her musical history is not quite so straightforward.

The Wayback Machine

Sat 3/16/13 – 7:00 PM
“A beloved Tucson institution.”

For more information call: La Cocina Restaurant
( 520 ) 622-0351
or check the La Cocima Calendat at:
lacocinatucson.com/

Farmers & Artisans Market

November 22nd, 2011 by Betty Ross

Rincon Valley Farmers & Artisans Market
12500 E. Old Spanish Trail Open 9am to 2pm EVERY Saturday

A short drive from Desert Dove Bed & Breakfast on Old Spanish Trail will take you to a wonderful farmers market open every Saturday.

2nd Annual Tamale Festival Saturday December 10th, 2011 from 9am to 2pm
SANTA & PONY RIDES  & LIVE MUSIC by John Hall 10 -1 Farmers & Artisans!

Nov. 19th-Thanksgiving Celebration Pet Day & Community SALE behind the Barn Pet Shots 9am to 12

Nov. 26th- Community SALE behind Barn

Dec. 3rd- Semi Annual Book SALE in the Book Nook stall #3

Dec. 10th- 2nd Annual Tamale Festival

Live Music by John Hall 10-1

Dec. 17th- Pet Day & Community SALE behind the Barn

CLOSED Dec. 24th & 31st- Happy Holiday

The Rincon Valley Farmers & Artisans Market first opened in October 2001 and has been growing ever since. We are open every Saturday

8:00am until 1:00 pm during the summer starting May 1st and 9am to 2pm during the winter starting October 1st. The market features farm fresh local produce, arts, crafts, furniture, and many other activities for the entire family.

Enjoy a weekend stay at the Desert Dove Bed & Breakfast and stroll the farmers market ….. shopping fun!
Rain or Shine!  Support Your Local

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