This new exhibit highlights the Mexican and Mexican American Ranchers who homesteaded Vail land in the early to mid-1900; and whose families have significantly contributed to the history and preservation of the area. While many families moved to the city (Tucson), their stories and ties to the Vail Community remain strong. The exhibit also shows the importance of the Shrine de Santa Ria in the Desert, which will celebrate its 85th Anniversary in Vail, at the Shrine, on March 28th. Come and see an exhibit to get a preview of the Shrine, and get to know some of the families who have been part of Southern Arizona’s cultural living history.
GVR Valley Players
August 26 | 2:00 pm - 4:00 pmGreen Valley Recreation West Center, 1111 S GVR Drive, Green Valley, AZ 85614
Old Pueblo Playwrights’ 30th Annual New Play Festival
May 1 - May 16, 2021Online via YouTube’s Old Pueblo Playwrights channel.
An Evening with Raquel Salas Rivera, Frank Johnson, Jericho Brown, and Vanessa Angélica Villarreal
February 18 - May 16 | 6:00 pmOnline
An Evening with Nicole Sealey, Dwayne Betts, John Murillo and Hanif Abdurraqib
April 22 - May 16 | 6:00 pmOnline
Director’s Choice: James Wright
March 16 - May 16 | 6:00 pmOnline