Tucson Homes Newsletter March 2019

Tucson Homes Newsletter March 2019 Real Estate Updates

Latest Tucson Homes Newsletter With News And Things to Do in Tucson AZ!

tucson homes newsletter March 2019

April is a beautiful time of year when our succulents and cactus are in bloom. The desert truly increases its beauty during this time of year. So did March MLS results increase with the biggest jump in Sales Volume ~ over 20%!


Tucson Homes Newsletter March 2019 – Looking For Some Retail Therapy, Consider the Lost Barrio

Located near downtown with about 3 blocks of unique art, antiques, and furniture. Items from Mexico, South America, India and Burma.

Tucson Homes Newsletter March 2019 – Gardening Tip:

Warmer weather is on the way so adjust your drip-irrigation system to accommodate. Do not fertilize your citrus trees when flowering. Always water before applying any fertilizer.

What’s Happening Around Tucson:

Tucson Folk Festival (April 6-7, 2019)

As one of the oldest admission-free folk music festivals in the United States. Established in 1986, this annual event features over 20 hours of live acoustic music. Local and national acts, folk arts workshops, kid’s activities, food stations, beer gardens, and more. Find it in the El Presidio Historic District.

Tucson International Mariachi Conference (April 24-27, 2019)

Masters of mariachi music perform with Mexican folklórico dancers in public concerts. And a traditional Catholic mariachi mass during this event. Founded in 1982 and nurtured by such legends as Mariachi Vargas De Tecalitlán, Mariachi Cobre, the late Lola Beltrán. And of course Tucson native Linda Ronstadt. Find it in the AVA Amphitheater at Casino Del Sol.

Arizona International Film Festival (April 10-21, 2019)

The oldest and longest running independent film festival in Arizona. Film shorts, children’s films, feature-length films, animation films, and documentaries are presented. It has exhibited over 2,500 films representing 90 countries to over 148,000 patrons in southern Arizona.

Agave Heritage Festival (April 23-May 5, 2019)

What began as a tequila-lover’s Cinco de Mayo celebration has evolved into a 21-day event. Rooted in the historical and cultural significance of the agave plant, featuring seminars and trade shows, culinary and musical events. Find spirit and food tastings, and a film screening and an art exhibit at this annual Tucson event.

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