With the kids officially out of school for the next couple of heat-drenched months, you’ll need more than just the park and swimming pool circuit to keep the little ones entertained and the play dates painless. The following Tucson attractions are fun and educational ways to get your tykes out of the house for a few hours. Plus, you may even learn a thing or two.
Summertime is all about kicking back and relaxing—which almost always includes a nice glass of wine. The next time you’re thinking about popping the cork on your favorite red or white, give your patio chairs a rest and head to one of Tucson’s most beloved venues in which to wine and dine.
Unless you’re making mom an elaborate, home-made breakfast in bed this Mother’s Day (didn’t think so), you’ll want to treat her to nice meal—and one that she doesn’t have to cook herself. Luckily, Tucson Originals—a group of prominent, local and independent Tucson restaurants—have made it easy on us by offering up endless specials and options for the holiday. You can’t go wrong with any of these local eateries—here are a few of the highlights.
Who held your hand on the first day of kindergarten, or patched up your knee when you fell off your bike? More than likely, it was mom. This year, she deserves all the thanks in the world and we think the following gifts—found right here in town—may actually do her justice.
Tour Sabino Canyon by Moonlight