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Calendar of Events in Pima County

Spotlight Events

Office of Sustainability and Conservation

Tucson 2050: Urban Planning Lecture

Tucson 2050: Urban Planning Lecture • Public Works Building, 201 N. Stone Ave., Basement Conference Room C• Tuesday, November 21, NoonSee a new vision for Tucson in the year 2050 as a regenerative community, able to meet future growth, become carbon and water neutral and continue to offer a high quality-of-life.

University of Arizona College of Architecture assistant professor Courtney Crosson and Henry Johnstone, President of the architecture and engineering firm GLHN, present a thought experiment about how the Old Pueblo can meet a new era and exist at the interface of architecture, urban planning and energy engineering.

Part of the OSC’s “Brown Bag” lecture series.

WHEN: Tuesday, November 21 • Noon
WHERE: Public Works Building, 201 N. Stone Av., Basement Conference Room C
INFORMATION: Angela Della Croce, 520.724.6446 | Email | Online

Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation

Hike Richard McKee Finger Rock Trail

Hike Richard McKee Finger Rock Trail • Richard McKee Finger Rock Trailhead, 7100 N. Alvernon Way • Friday, December 1, 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Photo credit: © Debra Van Winegarden 2014Enjoy a 2- to 3-mile, moderate-level hike along the Richard McKee Finger Rock Trail in the Pusch Ridge Wilderness. During the hike, learn about the reintroduction project that brought back bighorn sheep to their historic range in the Santa Catalina Mountains.

Ages 12 and up. Free with Membership, Non-Member $5 fee. Online registration required.

WHEN: Friday, December 1 • 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
WHERE: Finger Rock Trailhead, 7100 N. Alvernon Way
INFORMATION: Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation, 520.724.5375 | Email | Online

Bicycle and Pedestrian Program

Women’s Bicycle Mechanics Class

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This class teaches basic mechanics skills in a supportive all-woman atmosphere and will include repair and adjustment of the most common problems. Bring your bikes and plan on getting your hands dirty! Class size is limited to 10 people. Participants will receive a choice of one free item from the list of safety items and receive front/rear reflective bike tape and a free patch kit.

WHEN: Saturday, December 2 • 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.
WHERE: Ward Six Council Office, 3202 E. First St.
INFORMATION: Olga Valenzuela-Ochoa, Transportation Department, 520.724.BIKE (2453) | Email | Online

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