The Pima County Public Library created book lists based on the categories in our 2020 Summer Reading Challenge for Grown-Ups. Some of the books have a Tucson connection and others will take you to lands outside of Arizona.
Arizona State Parks and the Coronado National Forest have been crowded during these last few months of the coronavirus pandemic. If you go hiking, social distance, take lots of water and consider lesser-known trails.
You can continue to practice safe physical distancing during the coronavirus pandemic with these drive-ins, drive-thrus and at-home things to do in Tucson, Arizona, May 27-31.
Arizona experts give tips for surviving summer at home with kids plus many free resources videos, classes and printables to help give you some inspiration including many from the University of Arizona. Read more
Summer meal distribution is starting in Tucson, Arizona. Check this list for times and locations for children to get free lunch this summer. Read more
Tucson bike shops have seen an increase in traffic during the COVID-19 pandemic. Get ideas for bike repair, bike shops, finding a place to ride and staying safe in Arizona. Read more
Some Tucson, Arizona 2020 summer camp programs are canceled; some are moving forward as planned with new procedures; others have pivoted to become virtual; some have pushed back start times to later in the summer; and some are still undecided. Read more
Summer camp coronavirus changes can still be updated in our 2020 summer camp guide for Tucson parents. Read more
When Tumamoc Hill opens on Memorial Day with its regular hours — 4 a.m. to 10 p.m. — visitors will be required to wear face masks and keep at least 6 feet of distance from others. Read more
Each of the 18 books on this list have some kind of Arizona connection. Many of these titles are written by local Tucson authors or are set in Tucson or Arizona. Some explore topics relevant to our region. Read more
A roundup of Tucson-inspired free coloring pages including our own #ThisIsTucson coloring sheets downloadable for the first time, Annotated Audrey, Why I Love Where I Live, MOCA and the Arizona Daily Star Read more
You can browse all the camps on the front page or you can filter them down by topic, ages, cost and location. Read more
Tucson's mermaids will make you part of their world this weekend. Read more
Here are some recommendations to help you build your perfect day in Prescott! Read more
It's hot! Do you ever open your fridge during the summer and think, "I wish I could just hang out in here"? Well Tucson has you covered. If you don't want to fight the crowds at Costco, there'… Read more
When you have kids, the most important part of a staycation is the pool and fun stuff to do. Read more
Editor's note: We updated this story when Tohono Chul gave bloom night a concrete date. Read more
Our favorite season is upon us. Read more
It's time to party! 🎉🎁🎊🎂 Read more
If it's been a while since you explored the University of Arizona campus, now's the time. Read more
It probably doesn't surprise you that Tucson has some funky hotel options. Read more
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