Oct. 2015 –
Buckelew Farm will be having its 25th annual Pumpkin Festival and Corn Maze the last four weekends in October 2013. This is a fall event that appeals to the young and the young at heart. The festival offers the chance to take a tractor-drawn wagon ride into the field to pick your own pumpkin and the Corn Maze will challenge the adventuresome.
You will have a frightful time at this Colossal Cave Mountain Park Party. Take a candlelight ghost tour and a haunted hayride. There will be great games under the moonlight, too.
Oct. 2015 – 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Strut you costumes at the zoo. Not big on BOO! but lots of fun. There will be decorations and costumed characters for a fun and safe trick-or-treat night.
Oct. 2015 – Show begins every 30 minutes starting at 6:30 p.m.
A villain is trying to steal the greatest, most priceless treasure in all the world from the Valley of the Moon! Join Scooby and the Gang as they work to solve the mystery and keep the Valley’s treasure safe! Children 6 & under are free, children 7 to 15 are $15.00 and 16 & up are $8.00. Bring 2 cans of food per person for $3.00 off each ticket on Sunday Oct. 13th ONLY.
Halloween in the Wild
Oct. 2015 – 5:00 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Goulish games, creepy crafts, haunted house & tricky treat for the whole family. The museum has over 400 species of insects, mammals and birds from around the world. Some exhibits have dioramas depicting wild animals in their natural settings, video, interactive computers and hands-on exhibits promoting wildlife appreciation.
Oct. 2015 – 5p.m. – 9:00p.m.
Flight Central Hangar at the museum takes on a creepy atmosphere when spiders and ghosts move in. There will be carnival games, costume contests and much more for ghouls & goblins of all ages. 12 years and younger are free while all over 12 are $10.00. $2.00 off for military with ID. and members are FREE.
The All Souls Procession’s family-friendly event for children celebrates deceased loved ones at Armory Park, on South 6th Avenue, between 12th and 13th Street. Open to all children age 5 – 12-ish. Children participate in art activities such as wing-making and decorating, theater, sugar skull decorating, face painting, and story telling. Finale workshops are offered so that the children can participate in their own Procession/Finale-Spectacle.
A parade with over 35,000 participants this is huge celebration of honoring & mourning the lives of our loved ones who have passed. The weekend long event is filled with entertainment and creative art and performers.
Nov. – Dec. 2015 Friday & Saturday nights 5:30p.m. – 8:30p.m.
Stroll through the grounds of Tohono Chul Gardens under nearly a million twinkling lights, sip hot cider, enjoy holiday treats and be entertained with music and dance.
There will be 3 performances in December, so click on the title of this event to check out their website for where & when details. You will hear performances of J. S. Bach’s Magnificat in D major and Respighi’s distinctive yet seldom-heard work, Laud to the Nativity. Both compositions capture the essence of their respective eras: Bach’s Magnificat is noted for its “Festive” five-part scoring for mixed voices and orchestra, and is a stylistic masterpiece of the Baroque era (1600-1750). Respighi’s pastoral cantata, Laud to the Nativity, has simplistic charm and utilizes his unique orchestral color and subtle harmonic nuance characteristic of early 20th century Italian music.
Dec. 2015 – 6:00p.m and 8:00p.m.
The Sons of Orpheus and the Tucson Boys Chorus perform together in this Christmas Concert with all your favorite Christmas songs. There are 2 performances on Dec. 10th.
The Tucson Ballet, with versatile and beautifully trained artists perform the traditional Holiday production that has entertained generations. You will be drawn into the fantasy life of the family as they prepare for Christmas Day with grace & elegance as the story unfolds.
A Holiday show at the Fox Tucson Theatre featuring a 6-piece band with talented singers bringing your favorite Christmas tunes to life. Hear the great tunes of Nat King Cole, Bing Crosby, Andy Williams, Perry Como and so many more.
The night parade features lighted floats, vehicles, and entertainers. It wouldn’t be Christmas without a visit from Santa Claus. You can shop in the stores or take in one of many restaurants as you join in the hustle and bustle of the holiday season.