Early on, a line forms before a recent rummage sale begins at Abounding Grace Sanctuary, 2450 S. Kolb Road. Last Saturday's sale ran much of the day, and proceeds were to go to church ministries and local social-service organizations. Items for sale included furniture, books, electronics, to…
Rose Furry shows her husband, Ron, a pack of quirky signs they came across for $3. Last year, the sale raised more than $1,400, according to sale volunteer Patricia Sweat.
You never know what you'll find at a rummage sale. Maurene Olson picks out some boxes of donated puzzles.
Arvel Bird has performed with many big names, incorporating his fiddle, Native American flutes and Celtic whistles. He'll play Saturday at Abounding Grace Sanctuary.
Renowned violinist and Native American flute player Arvel Bird will perform from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday at Abounding Grace Sanctuary, 2450 S. Kolb Road, as part of the Live Acoustic Venue Association's concert series.
Dolan Ellis, Arizona's official state balladeer since 1966, will perform at Abounding Grace Sanctuary on Saturday.
The Live Acoustic Venue Association presents Arizona's official state balladeer, Dolan Ellis, Saturday evening as part of LAVA's "all-star" series at Abounding Grace Sanctuary, 2450 S. Kolb Road.
The Angel Band is, from left, Mitzi Cowell, Heather Hardy, Sabra Faulk, Bunny Kirby and Beverly Seckinger.
Sabra Faulk and the Angel Band will perform in the next installment of the Live Acoustic Venue Association's all-star series at 7 p.m. Saturday at Abounding Grace Sanctuary.
Big Wide Grin will perform Saturday at Abounding Grace Sanctuary, 2450 S. Kolb Road. Group members are, from left, Lawrence Lambert, Elaine Dempsey and Karl Werne.
The Live Acoustic Venue Association presents Big Wide Grin in concert at 7 p.m. Saturday at Abounding Grace Sanctuary, 2450 S. Kolb Road.
Minnesota bluegrass band sells out Tucson show
Monroe Crossing, bluegrass quintet, from Minneapolis-St. Paul, brings its music from the hills of Appalachia to Abounding Grace Sanctuary Saturday.
For the last 13 years, members of Monroe Crossing have been bringing the hills of Appalachia to the Land of 10,000 Lakes.
The group comes to Tucson hot off a monthlong tour through the UK.
Bay Area folk/rock band, Blame Sally will perform Saturday evening at Abounding Grace Sanctuary.
From left: Blame Sally members Monica Pasqual, Pam Delgado and Jeri Jones. The quartet also includes Renee Harcourt, not pictured, who won't be performing at this show.
Robert Bowlin, left, and Wil Maring will travel from Southern Illinois to Tucson to perform. It will be their first duo performance in Arizona.