There are still lots of things to do in Tucson while coronavirus restrictions are in place in Arizona. Check out this list of virtual things to do April 3-9 — crafts, events, fitness classes, storytimes, shopping and more.
The changes went into affect at 10 p.m. last night, March 31 and in addition to playgrounds the closures also include ramadas, gazebos, outdoor fitness equipment, some sports courts (basketball, volleyball, bocce), horseshoe pits and splash pads, according to a news release.
You can see all these magnificent murals from the street, making them a great destination for your outside exercise time or a nice drive to get everyone out of the house for a minute.
This weekend (March 27-29) and next week are filled with crafting, videos, livestreaming fitness, storytimes, shopping and more. Read more
If you must venture out, here are a few things to keep in mind to stay safe and be responsible outdoor explorers. Read more
This is a frosty, fizzy list of local breweries who are offering brews and wine on the go —drive-thru and delivery. You can get tasty brews in Tucson, Marana and Oro Valley. Read more
You can shop online from around 250 artists. Read more
The good news is there are still ways to help support your favorite events and local organizations if you can't be there in person. Read more
Normally, we love telling you about all the places you can gather in Tucson with your neighbors. Read more
Editor's note: Hi friends, things have changed quickly since this story was written and this event has been canceled for now. Read more
The Tucson Festival of Books was canceled amid coronavirus concerns. Read more
More than 100 of the festival's 345 authors had canceled Read more
Editor's note: Hi friends, things have changed quickly since this story was written and the spring Cyclovia event has been canceled. You can still support the local businesses highlighted here… Read more
Update: Illustrator R.W. Alley has canceled his appearance at the Tucson Festival of Books and will not be part of the character breakfast. The menu for the event has also changed to a contine… Read more
Tucson pediatrician Dr. Carin Eldridge is combining her professional expertise and personal experience as a working mom of two young children for an upcoming lecture that looks at the weird, b… Read more
The "Puzzling the Past" exhibit showcases collections of these unique specimens to explore Earth's geologic history. Read more
The event will take place at the Children's Museum Tucson downtown on Saturday. Read more