Tucson Homes Newsletter August 2016

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Welcome to the Tucson Homes Newsletter August 2016

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Tucson Homes Newsletter August 2016TUCSON MLS REPORT

Tucson’s July Housing Market showed year over year the Average Sales Price was up 4% and Active Listings continues to decline.

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Popular Community Sales Results – Tucson Homes Newsletter August 2016 

We have put together a one minute video of popular Tucson communities with their sales results for Single Family Residence (SFR). Which one is your favorite?

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Ben & Kim’s Pick For Great Restaurant In The Tucson Homes Newsletter August 2016

Tucson, AZ has many GREAT restaurants that are locally owned. Cup Cafe is part of a Tucson landmark located in the Congress Hotel. Don’t limit yourself the the name, they have a full menu morning through dinner. Don’t forget to save room for a dessert. They too are made from scratch! Guess what notorious gangster was captured here?

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Tucson Homes Newsletter August 2016 – Pros & Cons Living in Tucson

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List of 30 pros & cons about living in Tucson. What’s important to you?

Tucson Homes Newsletter August 2016Navajo National Monument

 

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The Navajo National Monument sits on the Navajo Reservation. Although not a popular destination like the Grand Canyon, it’s beauty lies n the largest prehistoric cliff dwelling of Anasazi ruins. Sculptured from the sandstone cliffs, it’s a photo spectacular if you’re up to the hike.

Cleaning Tip – Water Heater – Tucson Homes Newsletter August 2016

Often times forgotten since it’s in the garage, using a hose, drain the water heater (about a quarter of the tank) quarterly to remove sediment and debris.

Tucson Homes Newsletter August 2016 – Gardening Tips

Water: Continue to Adjust drip system during monsoon season.
Fertilize: Trees, shrubs, and vines that will not go dormant in the winter.
Prune: The unruly plants that went wild during monsoons.
Plant: Flowering bulbs (iris), herbs, and cacti – saguaro, barrel, prickly pear, hedgehog, agave….


What’s Happening Around Tucson tucson homes newsletter March 2016 Fun in the Sun

Art Fairs Around Tucson Communities

  • Marana – None
  • Tubac – None
  • Catalina – None
  • Green Valley – None
  • Tucson – None
  • Oro Valley – None
  • Around the State visit website

Saturday – Every Week ~ Oro Valley Farmers Market

PLUS 2nd Saturday of the month (OCT-August) enjoy music, special speakers, and tours

10901 N Oracle Rd. (Steam Pump Ranch) Time: 9AM to 1PM

Each Saturday ~ Locomotive Saturdays

Learn about the steam locomotive and how the history of transportation changed the Old Pueblo through it’s interactive museum.

414 N Toole Ave. Time: 10AM to 1PM

Every Tuesday ~ Green Valley Rec Center (GVR) Live Concert Series

West Center Auditorium, located at 1111 W Via Arcoiris, near the intersection of Continental Rd. and La Canada Schedule varies visit website

Wednesday Each Week ~ Green Valley Farmers Market

Green Valley Village Mall ~ Esperanza

May-September 8:30am-12:30pm
October-April 10am to 2pm

1st Sunday ~ Antique Fair
1st Sunday of the month both inside/out antiques, jewelry, and collectibles.Tanque Verde Elementary School (off Tanque Verde east of Soldier Trail) Time: 7AM – 1PM

1st Sunday ~ Tucson Psychic Fair
1st Sunday of the month there will be readers (astrology, numerology, tarot, healers, and psychics).

Double Tree Suites by Hilton
445 S. Alvernon Way

Time: 9AM – 4PM

2nd Thursdays ~ Oro Valley Concert Series

12155 N Oracle Rd. – Oro Valley Marketplace at the Century Theater Courtyard

Time: 6PM Visit the website for concert schedule.

2nd Saturdays ~ Downtown Tucson
Enjoy music, food, and activities for the whole family. Various children activities during day.

Congress St. between Stone Ave. & 5th Ave. Time: Music starts at 6:30PM

Various venues ~ visit website

3rd Thursday ~ Oro Valley Community Center Concert Series

1055 N La Canada Dr. – 6:30PM – 8PM

Schedule varies – visit website

3rd Saturday ~ Oro Valley Drive-In Move at the Driving Range

Free Drive-in Movie series G or PG rated features on giant inflatable outdoor screen. Bring your blankets and lawn chairs or enjoy the show from a golf cart!

10555 N. La Cañada Drive – at sunset

Shows vary – visit website

3rd Sunday ~ Antique Fair at Brandi Fenton Memorial Park

3rd Sunday of the month

3482 E. River Rd. – 9AM-3PM

Last Saturday ~ Mountain Bike Ride

All year long
Location varies visit website

Tucson Speedway NASCAR Season

11955 S Harrison Rd.

Schedule varies visit website

Broadway Shows in Tucson

1020 E University Blvd.

Shows vary visit website

Tucson Symphony Orchestra

Shows and location varies visit website

May 21st – Sep 3rd ~ Cool Summer Nights

Sonora Desert Museum – 2021 N Kinney Rd. Time: 5-10PM

Sep 3rdSep 5th ~ 101st Annual Sonoita Labor Day Rodeo

3142 S Hwy 83

visit website for schedule

Sep 3rdSep 5th~ Dog Days of Summer
Old Tucson showing appreciation to the community, even dogs are welcome.

201 S Kinney Rd.

Visit website for schedule

Sep 8th ~ Launch Party for OSIRIS REx Blastoff Celebration

NASA’s OSIRIS REx will blast off. In celebration of the event since the University of Arizona had a key role, parties will be held at Hotel Congress and Main Gate Square. Starts at 5PM

Sep 8thSep 11th ~ Tucson Fall Gem Show
Two shows: Tucson
Holidome (wholesale only) and JOGS Tucson Show

Holidome – 4475 S Country Club Rd.

JOGS – 3750 E Irvington Rd.

Sep 9th – Sep 11th ~ 12th Annual Bisbee Blues Festival

Performances throughout the town. Visit website for schedule and location.

Sep 17th ~ 5th Annual Beer Cup

Ten Tucson breweries will compete for the title. Located at Hotel Congress

visit website for tickets & schedule

Sep 22ndSep 25th ~ Tucson Greek Festival
Greek food, drinks, music, and dance; what better way to celebrate.

Sacred Heart Church – 1145 E Fort Lowell Rd. Visit website for schedule

Sep 30th ~ 16th Annual Tucson’s LGBT Pride Parade

4th Avenue Merchants and Sky Bar promoting event. Block party following parade at Sky Bar located at 536 N 4th Ave.

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