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   Telephone: 520-232-2457



  October 3, 2014

   Mexican Fiesta!
   Cow Palace
   28802 S Nogales Hwy
   Amado AZ 85645
   520-398-8000
e-mail: cathy@cowpalacerestaurant.com

Join us for another Mexican Fiesta!
Friday October 3rd 5pm-close
Live Mariachi music by “Mariachi Saldivar” 6pm-9pm
Drink Specials!
Buy a Tequila shot from Brianna, our Tequila girl!

All-you-can-eat Authentic Sonoran Buffet Adults $13.99 / Kids $6.99
Includes: Fajitas, Build your own taco bar, Chimichanga’s, Cheese Enchiladas, Chips, Salsa, Kahlua flan, Sopapillas, churros and more! (Items may vary)

Reservations are suggested, but not required.
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  October 4, 2014

   Live music!
   Cow Palace
   28802 S Nogales Hwy
   Amado AZ 85645
   520-398-8000
e-mail: cathy@cowpalacerestaurant.com

Live music at Cow Palace Saturday Oct 4th. Hurricane 6pm-9pm.
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  October 5, 2014  through October 6, 2014

   Earth Harmony Festival
   Avalon Organic Garden and EcoVillage
   2074 Pendleton Drive
   Tumacacori, Arizona 85640
   520-398-2542

website: www.earthharmontfeatival.org       e-mail: info@earthharmonyfestival.org

EcoVillage tours, music, food, art, children's village, pony rides, and nationally-known speakers. Live music by TaliasVan & The Bright & Morning Star Band, VansGuard, and other Global Change Music bands.
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  October 15, 2014

   College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Lecture Series!
   University of Arizona
   7 South Abrego
   Green Valley, AZ 85614

website: gvrec.org      

Welcome the University of Arizona College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Lecture Series!

The Lectures: The Downtown Lecture Series is comprised of five (5) lectures given by UA Faculty. Each year the series explores a new topic. This year, it explores "food" and its connections with health, environment and culture. The lectures are every Wednesday evening from 6:30 to 7:30pm at the GVR East Social Center, 7 South Abrego, Green Valley.

1. Changing Geographies of Food on October 15, 2014. Diana Liverman, Co-Director of the UA's Institute of the Environment


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  October 17, 2014

   Mexican Fiesta!
   Cow Palace
   28802 S Nogales Hwy
   Amado AZ 85645
   520-398-8000
e-mail: cathy@cowpalacerestaurant.com

Mexican Fiesta at Cow Palace
Friday October 17th 5pm - close
Drink specials
All-you-can-eat Authentic Sonoran buffet $13.99
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  October 17, 2014

   Mexican Fiesta!
   Cow Palace
   28802 S Nogales Hwy
   Amado AZ 85645
   520-398-8000
e-mail: cathy@cowpalacerestaurant.com

Mexican Fiesta at Cow Palace
Friday October 17th 5pm - close
Drink specials
All-you-can-eat Authentic Sonoran buffet $13.99
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  October 17, 2014

   Live music
   Cow Palace
   28802 S Nogales Hwy
   Amado AZ 85645
   520-398-8000
e-mail: cathy@cowpalacerestaurant.com

Cow Palace
Live music in the bar!
Tommy DeMarco 6pm-9pm
Friday October 17th
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  October 18, 2014

   Live music
   Cow Palace
   28802 S Nogales Hwy
   Amado AZ 85645
   520-398-8000
e-mail: cathy@cowpalacerestaurant.com

Cow Palace
Live music in the bar!
Tommy DeMarco 6pm-9pm
Saturday October 18th
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  October 18, 2014

   Anza Days Celebration in Tubac
   Tubac Presidio State Historic Park
   1 Burrell Street
   Tubac, AZ 85646
   520-398-2252

website: tubacpresidio.org       e-mail: info@tubacpresidio.org

Anza Days Celebration in Tubac Saturday, October 18, 8:30am-4pm
This annual celebration commemorates Spanish explorer Juan Bautista de Anza’s 1775 expedition from Tubac to the Pacific where he founded a settlement that would become San Francisco. Enjoy a colorful re-enactment on horseback of Anza’s expedition, living history demonstrations, period costumes, dancers, music, children's activities and food! For more information call Tubac Presidio State Historic Park, 520-398-2252 or the Tubac Chamber of Commerce, 520-398-2704. FREE admission.

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  October 22, 2014

   College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Lecture Series!
   University of Arizona
   7 South Abrego
   Green Valley, AZ 85614

website: gvrec.org      

Welcome the University of Arizona College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Lecture Series!

The Lectures: The Downtown Lecture Series is comprised of five (5) lectures given by UA Faculty. Each year the series explores a new topic. This year, it explores "food" and its connections with health, environment and culture. The lectures are every Wednesday evening from 6:30 to 7:30pm at the GVR East Social Center, 7 South Abrego, Green Valley.

2. Tucson: City of Gastronomy, Hub for Food Diversity on October 22, 2014. Gary Nabhan, UA's W.K. Kellogg Endowed Chair in Sustainable Food Systems


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  October 29, 2014

   College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Lecture Series!
   University of Arizona
   7 South Abrego
   Green Valley, AZ 85614

website: gvrec.org      

Welcome the University of Arizona College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Lecture Series!

The Lectures: The Downtown Lecture Series is comprised of five (5) lectures given by UA Faculty. Each year the series explores a new topic. This year, it explores "food" and its connections with health, environment and culture. The lectures are every Wednesday evening from 6:30 to 7:30pm at the GVR East Social Center, 7 South Abrego, Green Valley.

3. We Eat What We Are on October 29, 2014. Maribel Alvarez, UA Professor of Anthropology and Program Director of Tucson Meet Yourself.

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