Events

Coming Event–9th Annual Art & Quilt Show: April 19

by Mare Smith

Mark your calendars now for the Art and Quilt Show, co-sponsored by the Inn at Civano and other local Civano businesses, including The Civano Nursery, Civano Coffee House, Dizzy Lizard Gift Shop and Civano Eyecare.

The event is taking place on Saturday, April 19, from 10 a.m. to 4 […]

Civano Welcomes “Civano Dental Care”

By Town Crier Staff                                                                                                            

Come celebrate the grand opening of Civano Dental Care on Saturday, April 5, at the Civano Neighborhood Center, from 2 to 4 p.m. Meet our new resident dentist, Dr. Charles E. Pick, who says he looks forward to a new practice as a way to “get […]

Civano Neighborhood Activities for 2013

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Last year numerous activities occurred with the help of many people here in Civano. These were planned in order to help create and enhance this community by bringing us together for a variety of opportunities. Here are some of the events that were arranged for and encouraged by the […]

Civano Artisan & Business Expo

Civano Neighbors is organizing the Civano Artisan & Business Expo on Sunday, March 23, 2014 to promote the many local businesses located within our community including Civano Nursery, Inn at Civano, Del Sol B&B & Dizzy Lizard Gift Shop, Beauty Is, Skin & Body Fitness, Civano Coffee House, Tucson […]

Casino Civano on New Year’s Eve

By Mel Mashman and Anita Reagan

Sixty or so Civano residents, families and friends gathered together in the rotunda to welcome 2014. It was a stylish event, with dress for the occasion ranging from formal to super casual.

The Civano Neighbors Association organized the event with the help of O’Aces Casino […]

January 25, 2014|Articles, Events|0 Comments|

December HOA Holiday Party

By Mel Mashman

Early last month, on Saturday, December 14th, about ninety friends and families gathered for the annual Civano Holiday Party held in the rotunda and sponsored by the home owners association. Although he had to miss the event, Mark Levine spent considerable time prior to the party locating […]

January 25, 2014|Events|0 Comments|

Food Trucks Right Around the Corner

By Simmons Buntin

Civano’s inaugural Tucson Food Truck Roundup on August 18 was a smashing success. More than a half-dozen food truck vendors set up around Mary Webber Park (the oval park east of Civano’s neighborhood center) from 4:30 to 7:00 p.m. Turnout was so great from Civano, Sierra Morado, […]

September 9, 2013|Articles, Events|0 Comments|
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    Upcoming Events: Neighbor Meeting, Tucson Food Truck Roundup, Welcome Breakfast

Upcoming Events: Neighbor Meeting, Tucson Food Truck Roundup, Welcome Breakfast

Saturday, August 3, the Neighbors Welcome Coffee, from 8:30 to 10 a.m. in the Civano Activity Center, will provide an opportunity for neighbors to have some coffee and refreshments, and to learn more about our Civano community. Another event to make note of on your calendar: The Civano Neighbors Neighborhood Association Meeting on Sunday, August 18 at 2 p.m. in the Civano Activity Center, followed by the Tucson Food Truck Roundup at Mary Webber Park from 4 to 7:30 p.m.

Upcoming Events: NA Meeting with Aging in Place Presentation and Soup & Salad Supper Featuring Unsprawl Presentation

Thursday, May 16, is the Civano Neighbors Neighborhood Association general meeting, at 7 p.m. in the Civano Activity Center. Besides updates on other activities which affect us, like the road construction on Houghton Road, there will be an Aging in Community presentation by Civano resident Mike Eng. Sunday, May 19, at the Civano Activity Center, we reprise the monthly 5:30 p.m. Soup and Salad Supper at the Civano Activity Center. Following the supper (about 6:30 p.m.), we will have a multimedia presentation by Simmons Buntin about his new book, Unsprawl: Remixing Spaces as Places.

Civano Resident Bill Durbin Wins Mount Lemmon Marathon, 70+

With the recent terrifically bad news about the Boston Marathon, it is no surprise that Tucson’s local marathon, the Mount Lemmon Marathon, got short shrift in the local press. In fact, there was no reporting at all about this unique event, except to warn of the possible traffic congestion for Sunday morning going up Mount Lemmon. The race is called “one of the toughest road marathons in the world,” probably because it is all uphill. The race, covering a distance of 26.1 miles, also involves a vertical climb of 5,850 feet in elevation.