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Enjoy the Tucson food scene with a vegan bake sale, dine out fundraiser for sexual assault victims, local food and beverage tasting and the 6th annual agave fest. Don't miss out!

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Vegan Bake Sale - April 19

The Healthy You Network presents the World Wide Vegan Bake Sale in Tucson benefiting the Humane Society of Southern Arizona from 11 am to 4 pm. Come by for vegan cookies, brownies, bars, cakes, pies, cupcakes, muffins and more at 3913 E. Pima Street.

 

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 Dine Out for Safety – April 25

Help raise funds and awareness for Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault (SACASA), a community resource that provides education and support for individuals and families impacted by sexual trauma and promotes prevention of sexual abuse, incest, molestation and rape. Dine out at any of the 15+ participating restaurants that will donate a portion of the evening’s proceed to SACASA.

 

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F & B Tasting – April 27

The second annual local food & beverage tasting on Sunday, April 27 from 5 to 7 pm will be hosted by Agustin Kitchen in the Mercado San Agustin. Listen to live music, participate in raffle drawings, tastings and tshirt giveaways. Meet some So. Arizona’s most local food and beverage purveyors and restaurants; you must be 21 to consume alcohol. The cost is $35 and tickets are limited to 150 participants. Proceeds help support scholarships for Slow Food South Arizona.

 

 

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Crowd Favorite

Congratulations to Sentinel Peak Brewing Company for being named Top Hops Brew Challenge Crowd Favorite Microbrewery for the second year in a row! Participants of the event voted for them. Sentinel Peak is now open 11 am to 9 pm Thursday through Sunday. Eat lunch, bring your family, live music in the evening at 4746 E. Grant Road in the Trader Joe's/Petsmart/Chuze shopping center.

 

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6th Annual Agave Fest – May 2

Make your Tequila connection at the 6th Annual Agave Fest presented by Hotel Congress and Milagro Tequila. Tickets cost $40 in advance (this event sells out!). You will receive a commemorative Milagro Tequila shot glass and can vote for "Best Tequila Cocktail" created by eight of Tucson's best mixologists.

 gave aficionados, ages 21 and over, should choose wisely with their twelve tasting tickets since they have access to over fifty spirit selections, spanning multiple grades and expressions of the agave plant. The possibilities and creations are endless, so distillery representatives are providing their pouring skills and product knowledge to help attendees make the best use of their tasting tickets. Order tickets here.