On OCTOBER 1, 2023, the first tubacweekly was released. It was created as a non-profit Journal to bring you "All things Tubac." This Welcome page is particularly helpful for visitors and new residents. Events, classes and meetings are listed by date. When a day has ended it is updated to the next week. The Websites page has listings of local organizations. You'll gain much knowledge looking through these websites.
We live in a town filled with diverse people and many interesting things to do. You can delve into nature and birding, indulge in local history, be artistsic at Tubac School of Fine Art, and enjoy dining at our unique restaurants. Pickle ball is trending and it's easy to learn with the free clinics. Enjoy Golf and tennis at the Tubac Golf Resort & Spa. Galleries and Shops are fun to explore. And, If you are itching for a road trip, you can find plenty of interesting places not too far from home.
There are opportunities to get involved with local politics and policies. The Santa Cruz Valley Citizens Council Meetings has meetings once a month at the Tubac Community Center (every 2nd Monday at 9 AM). There are many relevant issues discussed in these meetings and it's always interesting participating in the dynamics of a small but vital community. I hope you enjoy this publication and use it to make your Tubac life more stimulating.
Bookmark & check tubacweekly.com frequently to see what's new.
TELE. # 310.924.0363
I've never missed any of their plays, always great talent and fun !
We’re excited to announce that Coronado: The New Evidence will screen on THE big screen. Deni and I are thrilled to screen the film in the county in which the discovery was made- also my home county.
Deni and Frances will take questions afterwards.
The screening is sponsored by Pimeria Alta Museum, Rio Rico Historical Society, Border Community Alliance, Nogales-Santa Cruz County Chamber of Commerce, Tubac Presidio State Historic Park and Tumacácori National Historical Park
DOG RUNS FOR ALL SIZE DOGS
PLAYGROUND & BALL FIELD
PICNIC TABLES & RESTROOMS
ANZA TRAIL HEAD AND POPULAR BIRDING AREA
MON-FRI 9 AM TO 4 PM. CLOSED FOR LUNCH 12-1 PM SATURDAY 9 AM -1 PM CLOSED SUNDAY
EAST FRONTAGE RD NORTH OF THE VILLAGE
WEST FRONTAGE RD, WEST OF THE BORDER CHECKPOINT.
SAT SUN MON 8 AM -4 PM
Please only recycle clean items.
GREAT CLASSIC ROCK, ALL DAY, NO COMMERCIALS. THANK YOU to the owners at COCHISE BROADCASTING.
We're a community of people who share a passion for the environment. We thank you Alexandra Humbree for doing home and business pick-ups !
Dive into your interests with classes, clubs & sports. Located at the TCC is the Tubac Library, the Community Garden, the Nature Center, and the Pickleball Courts. A variety of Meeting Rooms are available at no cost. Start your own class or club.
Check their website below for all of their activities. It's a great place to visit and to volunteer.
HOURS OPEN, WED & SAT. 10-NOON
PHOTO BY Frank Staub
DOCENT LED Nature Walks
Tuesdays 8AM - 10:30 -Bird walk
Thursdays 7:45 TO. 11:30 AM - Hike
The Santa Cruz Humane Society is a no kill shelter that provides compassionate care and adoption services for homeless dogs and cats in Nogales, Arizona. Visit us and take home your new family member today!
SHOP and DONATE at our thrift store to help support our mission.