Public Service Announcements and Links
SHAKESPEARE UNDER THE STARS
If there’s a Will, there’s a play! The Tucson Parks and Recreation Department presents Shakespeare’s romantic comedy “Much Ado About Nothing,” under the stars at the Reid Park Bandshell. Free performances run Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, June 22nd through July 1st. For more information visit our events calendar at KXCI.org.
Each Friday this summer, Tohono Chul Park offers “Reptile Ramble,” a family fun program where you can learn to identify resident reptiles, meet snakes, lizards and other creatures of the desert. “Reptile Ramble” is held Fridays at 10am and is included with admission to Tohono Chul Park, 7366 North Paseo del Norte. Learn more at http://www.tohonochulpark.org/
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS
Spend your free time making a difference in the lives of youth! The Boys and Girls Clubs of Tucson needs responsible, caring volunteers to work with children in their clubhouses. To learn more about current volunteer opportunities with the Boys and Girls Clubs, as well as other ways you can support their programs, visit http://www.bgctuc.org/how_to_help/
DON’T ALMOST GIVE
As generous as we all are, sometimes instead of giving, we almost give. Don’t almost give – give! Give of your time, your money, your kindness. To find out how you can help, visit http://dontalmostgive.org/.
The Sahuaro Girl Scout Council has openings left in a variety of summer camps and programs for girls ages 6 to 17. You don’t even have to be a Girl Scout to attend. To learn more, call 327-2288 or vist http://www.sahuarogsc.org/camp/index.htm.
Freecycle is teaming up with Habitat for Humanity for the first ever “Free Bee” on Saturday, June 30th at the HabiStore, 3480 South Palo Verde. The “free bee” runs 10am to noon. Stop by to donate unwanted items, meet other FreeCyclers, and learn more about the HabiStore. For a link to learn more about the FreeCycle network, visit http://freecycle.org/