The Winterhaven Festival of Lights is welcoming the public once again to the famous Tucson neighborhood for the 72nd annual colorful holiday c…
OPINION: "People may come for the first time by accident, noticing the tree draped with colorful wishes only as they are passing by. Or they came deliberately because they knew it was a place where they could spy over a shoulder to discover what “Santa” should bring," writes Tucsonan Kathleen Bethel, who cares for the Wishing Tree in Winterhaven.
The wishes scribbled and stapled to Winterhaven's popular Wishing Tree each year actually double as data for a science project that began in 2000.
After pandemic-related cancellation in 2020, holiday tradition will run from Dec. 11-26.
Here are six places to keep the holiday spirit aglow.
Liz Baker wanted to see if people would wish for themselves or others.
Visitors to the 70th annual Winterhaven Festival of Lights are encouraged to bring food or monetary donations for the Community Food Bank of S…
Get ready to feel the Tucson holiday cheer this weekend as the neighborhood of Winterhaven kicks off the 2019 Festival of Lights.
Beauty is all around us this time of year.
Get ready to feel the Tucson holiday cheer this weekend as the neighborhood of Winterhaven kicks off the 69th annual Festival of Lights.
The 69th annual Winterhaven Festival of Lights kicks off this Saturday, Dec. 8, and lasts until the day after Christmas
With the holidays just around the corner (seriously, how is the year almost over?!) here are some events you'll want to check out before we all ring in the new year.
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In December, much of the country is buried in snow and hunkered down for the holidays beside a warm fire in their homes.We do things different…
Winterhaven residents are hanging lights in trees and crews from Tucson Electric Power are taking to the air with bucket trucks to prepaure fo…