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Saturday, April 29, 2017

This Weekend in Tucson {Event Calendar for Saturday 4/29/17}

This Weekend in Tucson 
{Event Calendar for Saturday 4/29/17}












Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Free Pretzel Day Offers 2017 {National Pretzel Day 2017}

Free Pretzel Day Offers 2017 
{National Pretzel Day 2017}
Did you know it is National Pretzel Day  is tomorrow - Wednesday, April 26, 2017?
My son is the HUGE pretzel fan in our house- we may just have to take advantage of a deal or two ;)


Auntie Annie's ONE free Cinammon Sugar or original pretzel 4/26-4/4/30 after downloading their app >> http://www.auntieannes.com/my-pretzel-perks-appMust download the app by the end of the day 4/26/17.
Pretzelmaker Head to your closest Pretzelmaker on Wednesday, April 26th to celebrate National Pretzel Day and our 26th birthday with 26¢ PRETZELS! All you have to do is visit a participating location and sing us Happy Birthday.

Wetzel's Pretzels One free original pretzel 4/26/17 and if you download the app one free pretzel from 4/27-4/30.

FREE Admission to the Children's Museum Tucson ~ Children's Day Festival {Arizona Bilingual}

FREE Admission to the Children's Museum Tucson
 ~ Children's Day Festival ~
{Arizona Bilingual}


What:Children's Day Festival El dia del niƱo full of free entertainment and activities for kids of all ages :)


When:Saturday, April 29 from 10am-2pm (Tucson Children's Museum open free from 10am-5pm)


Where:Children's Museum Tucson  200 S. 6th Ave. Tucson, AZ

Admission: FREE The festival runs from 10am-2pm and the museum has free admission all day from 10am-5pm






Sunday, April 23, 2017

Arizona Diamondbacks 5 Tips for Families {Dbacks Kids Club}

Arizona Diamondbacks 5 Tips for Families 
{Dbacks Kids Club}

As Arizona Diamondbacks Bloggers, we were given tickets  in order to help share our experiences on the blog. #hosted

We recently had the opportunity to go and check out Chase Stadium and learn all about the improvements they have been making to their revised “D-Backs Kids Club Program!” The last time I personally went to Chase Field was years ago, as an adult with adult family members. My children were still tiny monkeys and I wasn’t ready to take them out to such large places. I was so excited to get away from the kids for a night – which we all know can be a rare opportunity for new moms… I just assumed it would be years until I could take the twins to something like that.  Funny, now after having 3 children- I realize that you can pretty much wear a child anywhere you want to go and that they actually love many of those things I used to shelter them from. The baby is such a fast learner! We are starting to understand that whole youngest child principal. She picks up everything the big kids do at lightning speed and I think if we had given them the same kind of chances, they would have too. That being said, we decided it should be a twins and mommy date night. After learning all about the options there I would have no problem bringing my toddler along too. We had friends there with a variety of children – around ages 2-10. One friend had 4 children with her and they all totally loved all different parts of the game.

FIVE TIPS FOR FAMILIES
1) Dbacks Kids Club- Learn all about the great rewards for being part of the D-Backs Kids Club (which is a free organization). They gave out free ID Lanyards at the last game- they give out gifts all the time! 
D-Backs Kids Club Link- They even give kids free tickets on Sundays! There are so many dates in the season left to attend the free  Sunday game  after signing up: 4/23, 4/30, 5/14, 6/11, 6/25, 7/2, 7/9, 7/23, 8/13, 8/27, 9/10 & 9/24.
Photo Credit: Diamondbacks Website
2) The SandLot (the Chase Field children's area) is super fun, with three main play options- my 9 year olds were a little old for most of it, but - They have a little toddler, climbing,  play area where they keep the little ones separate from the bigger monkeys who are capable of running by and knocking down unsuspecting little ones. Then for the older kids like 4-8 ish depending on height- they have a kids playground. The thing the twins could do is hit the batting cages which are staffed by D-Backs and super fun- I was thinking I should even hop in there and hit the wiffle ball.
3)Snack Options - you can bring your own food to the stadium! Are you serious, who does that these days?!? You can bring a soft cooler as long as it is smaller than 11x11x15. The food has to be in clear plastic baggies and you can bring in closed, sealed water bottles. Talk about a way to save a fortune on a family outing. There is also a special $2 Value menu on the second floor in the Sandlot, their special play area for children!(see #2) We went with the $2 menu and it was perfect!
4) There are fun decorations and baseball memorabilia throughout. We loved taking photos by this big baseball, but they had the most fun when the Bobble Head Pitcher guys came out to the SandLot and the crowd all sang “Take Me Out To The Ball Game.” Lots of fun selfie areas and places for kids and families to take memorable pics.
5) Ticket Options It appeared to us that there wasn’t a bad seat in the house. We loved the view from our perch
I always assumed the suites were all reserved for corporate gigs. Turns out that anyone can buy tickets to sit in the suites, they aren’t too expensive and it made the kids feel super spoiled, on top of the world. Plus we had so much fun with the other families in our suite. It turns out they have a ton of options for tickets. They start as low as $12 and even have options combining food as they go up. There is a $25 ticket that includes a Regular Pepsi and a Subway sandwich or hot dog. Check ticket prices and options here :-)

All in all, a night to remember, a night to share, and a night to do again!
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Saturday, April 22, 2017

Tucson Weekend Events {Sunday 4/23/17}

Tucson Weekend Events
{Sunday 4/23/17}


Last Day to catch Cirque du Soliel OVO in Tucson - Photo Credit: Cirque du Soliel Ovo Facebook Page












Friday, April 21, 2017

Market on the Move and POWOW Arizona Produce Deals {60 Pounds for $10}

Market on the Move and POWOW Arizona Produce Deals 
{60 Pounds for $10}



Saturday MOM Schedule
4/22/17
Good afternoon MOMers!
Come by with the family!
For a donation of $10 in Tucson and Phoenix, and $15 in Bullhead City, you can get up to 60 lbs. of fresh produce that you can share with your friends, families, neighbors, and the people that you know are in need of nutritional produce.
We are actively looking for volunteers to support these additional outreach and would be grateful if you can come on board and help. Please call us @ (623) 374-2559 or send an email at nicco@the3000club.org.
Thank you so very much for your continued support!
THIS SATURDAYS SCHEDULE:
(Please note that our summer hours are in effect, and the events run from 7am - 10am)
Bullhead City: 7am - 10am
Caring Hearts Ministry
4195 Lynn Drive
Fort Mohave, AZ 86426
Phoenix: 7am - 10am
St James Church (EVERY 4th SATURDAY)
19640 North 35th Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85308
GLENDALE: 7am - 10am
Glendale Elementary School District (EVERY 4th SATURDAY)
7301 North 58th Ave
Glendale, AZ 85301
SCOTTSDALE: 7am - 10am
Coolwater Christian Church (EVERY 4th SATURDAY)
28181 North 56th Street
Scottsdale, AZ 85266
MESA: 7am - 10am
Mesa Community College (EVERY 4th SATURDAY)
1833 West Southern Ave(East Parking Lot)
Mesa, AZ 85202
TUCSON:7am - 10am
Christ Presbyterian Church (EVERY 4th SATURDAY)
6566 East Broadway
Tucson, AZ 85710
American Legion Sahuaro Post 68 (EVERY 4th SATURDAY)
4724 South 12th Ave
Tucson, AZ 85714
Catalina United Methodist (EVERY 4th SATURDAY)
2700 East Speedway Blvd
Tucson, AZ 85716
Varieties for tomorrow (Saturday) include:
Cantaloupe
Bananas
Watermelon
Red Shepherd Peppers
Yellow Shelpherd Peppers
Grape Tomatoes
Organic Limes
Organic Oranges
Red Bell Peppers
Yellow Squash
Anaheim Chili Peppers
Bread
PLEASE NOTE: Not every single variety will be at each site, but we do our best to make sure a decent variety will be made available at each location. Also, it is on a first come first serve basis.





10 possible varieties for all of you at this weekends 14 markets. As always, not all items will be at every market but we'll post a full shopping list tomorrow so you can figure out where you want to shop.
Bell Peppers (Orange)
Bell Peppers (Red)
Bell Peppers (Yellow)
Cucumbers
Green Beans
Squash (Butternut)
Squash (Yellow)
Tomatoes (Beef)
Tomatoes (On the Vine)
Tomatoes (Round)

7:00am – 10:00am (hours may vary at each location)

• Agua Caliente Elementary School (Hours: 7:00am - 10:00am) – 11420 E. Limberlost Rd., Tucson 85749
• American Legion Post 109 (Ladies Auxiliary, Hours: 7:00am - 10:00am) – 15921 S. Houghton Rd., Corona 85641
• Pascua Yaqui Health Department (@Casino of the Sun, Hours: 7:00am - 10:00am) – 7406 S. Camino de Oeste, Tucson 85757
• Enchanted Hills Baptist Church (Hours: 7:00am - 10:00am) – 3020 S. Mission Rd., Tucson 85713
• Sacred Heart Church (Hours: 7:00am - 10:00am) – 601 E. Ft. Lowell, Tucson 85705
• Sahuarita House of Worship (Hours: 7:00am - 10:00am) – 1100 W. Beta St., Green Valley 85614
• St. Francis in the Foothills (Hours: 7:00am - 10:00am) – 4625 E. River Rd., Tucson 85718


• All Saints of the Desert Episcopal Church (Hours: 7:00am - 10:00am) – 9502 W. Hutton Dr., Sun City 85351
• ASU Preparatory Academy School (Hours: 7:00am - 10:00am) – 735 E. Fillmore St., Phoenix 85006
• Guadalupe Community Partnership (Hours: 7:00am - 10:00am) – 9405 S. Avenida del Yaqui, Guadalupe 85283
• Herbalicious of Arizona (Hours: 7:00am - 10:00am) – 423 N. Florence St., Casa Grande 85122
• Islamic Center of the East Valley (Hours: 7:00am - 10:00am) – 425 N. Alma School Rd., Chandler 85224
• Meals of Joy (@ Community Bingo, Hours: 7:00am - 10:00am) – 3690 S. Estrella Parkway, Goodyear 85338
• St. Mark Lutheran Church (Hours: 7:00am - 10:00am)– 3030 E. Thunderbird Rd., Phoenix 85032


Things to do with Kids in Tucson {Weekend Events 4/22/17}


Things to do with Kids in Tucson 
{Weekend Events 4/22/17}