The July/August issue of The Town Crier is now live at http://towncrier.civanoneighbors.com! It features a delightful mix of contributions, including editorials, reviews, community news, photo galleries, and much more: Civano Celebrates 4th of July with Annual Parade! (with Photo Gallery) It’s Not Gardening, It’s Cactomania Bus Route Coming to Southeast Tucson in August Wine Wisdom: The Myth of Cheap Wine and the Wine Container Quandary Waving Hello for a Friendlier and Safer Neighborhood New at the Movies: Prometheus and Headhunters Be a Friend! Support Pima County Public Library Eating Marvelous Mesquite, Plus a Recipe Cheap Eats: Pita Jungle in the Plaza at Williams Centre Flighty Excitement on Seven Generations Way! Rattlers in Civano North Ridge! Check it out now at http://towncrier.civanoneighbors.com. And to contribute, send your stories or queries to The Town Crier editor Susan Call: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Organic produce is now available at Civano Community School! Sleeping Frog Farms and Civano Community School have teamed up for Community Supported Agriculture. For $25 per week, you will get: Farm-selected fruits, veggies, and eggs All organic and local directly to you (pickup at Civano Community School) Summer Session: July 18 – September 19 Summer shares will include eggs, sweet pepeprs, hot peppers, eggplant, tomatoes, mint, basil, scallions, onions, garlic, summer squash, melons, cucumbers, beans, and more! Sign up by Monday, June 18. To sign up or if you have questions, please contact Michele Macias at email@example.com.
Tucson street cuisine culture appears ready to take the next step in its evolution with the launch of a temporary food-truck pod in Civano. Starting May 31, up to four food trucks will be parked at the Civano Nursery from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursdays through Sundays into August. Different trucks and cuisines will rotate in and out depending on the day and availability of each truck, said Kenn Goldman, who co-owns the Dragoon Cafe, a food truck specializing in Southwest-inspired cuisine. “I think it really gives food trucks a chance to be established and not just be a fad — that’s how it’s worked in other cities,” Goldman said, noting that diners being able to find their favorites on a regular basis sustains interest. As the opening gets closer, Goldman said he plans to use the Dragoon Cafe’s