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Tucson Farmers Markets

Over the past few years, organic and local fruits and veggies have become a staple for good health, along with an eco-friendly lifestyle. Now that the cooler temps have finally set in for the desert winter we all adore, outdoor farmers markets are a great way to stock up on local and organic produce, as well as baked goods, fresh flowers, homemade salsa and tamales, arts and crafts, and tons of other delicious and interesting neighborhood goods.



Ballet Tucson Opens For 24th Season

Watching a beautiful ballet can be much like watching a fantasy land: soft, sparkly costumes and striking music all paired with precise and perfect movements. Luckily for Southern Arizonans, Tucson has one of the best and most respected ballet companies around. It’s officially time to take your seats in the theater, because the Ballet Tucson opens their 2009-2010 season this Saturday with a performance of Esmeralda, Giselle—Act II & Masquerade, along with an opening season gala dance lovers won’t want to miss.



Apple Annie’s Corn Maze

With more than 18 acres of corn, six miles of pathways and endless amounts of family friendly fun, Apple Annie’s Corn Maze is the ideal place for people of all ages to celebrate the fall season.



Tucson’s Automation Specialists Wins Award

The growing popularity of home entertainment systems, whole house music systems and security systems has introduced many new options for homeowners. But, it has also made it harder to figure out who and where to buy from. Look no further―Goldline Research has selected the leading Home Theater Designers in the U.S. for 2009, which was published in the October 19th issue of Forbes Magazine. Local Tucson company Automation Specialists, Inc., has topped their list.



Habitat for Humanity Tucson 4th Annual Golf Fundraiser

It’s always nice when giving back to the community can be combined with a bit of fun, and here in Tucson, playing a round of 18 holes definitely constitutes as fun. Clear your schedule and maybe even leave work a little early tomorrow in order to tee up for a great cause.


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