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Profile Photo: Rich Metcalf with his version of Picasso's "Femme avec Un Chapeau Bleu." Photo by Ellen Sussman

Banner Photo: Performing as Hardscrabble Road are, from left, Brian Osborne on guitar, Brad Eastridge on keyboard, Katie Sayre on vocals and tambourine, Bob Kruse on percussion, and Larry Worster on vocals and guitar.

 

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Watch "The Addams Family 2," (PG) on Saturday, Oct. 1 at 8 p.m. at North Santa Cruz Park, 14455 S. Rancho Sahuarita Boulevard. Bring a chair or blanket and join the Town of Sahuarita and Rancho Sahuarita for a free movie in the park

There will be food trucks on site. 

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Kevin MurphyStaff Member
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Local veteran artists win awards

Dennis Molick, Rob Allen and Blaise Riviotta show their awards and work. (Ellen Sussman)
Dennis Molick, Rob Allen and Blaise Riviotta show their awards and work. (Ellen Sussman)

Six local veterans were winners in the annual National Veterans Creative Arts Competition at the Tucson VA Medical Center auditorium on Sept. 15.

Green Valley News contributor Ellen Sussman talks with them about their prize-winning entries.

It's good for you

This Newsweek article details the health benefits of engaging in arts and crafts.

Interested in joining a club?

Here are the arts and crafts clubs at Green Valley Recreation.

Do you do arts and crafts, and if so, what's your specialty?

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Kevin MurphyStaff Member
Journalist Product Manager

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Local first responders, exercise and health care professionals will be giving out information on fall prevention and other safety resources this Friday (Sept. 30) at Valley Presbyterian Church; 2800 S. Camino del Sol; 520-625-5023. The event is free to the public.

Do you have any safety resources or tips you would like to share with the community?

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If searching for paranormal activity is your thing, go on a Ghost Hunt with the Tucson Ghost Society at the Tubac Presidio State Historic Park, 1 Burruel St.

Use equipment like k2's and ghost meters to try to contact spirits. 

Make sure to bring tennis shoes and a flashlight if you go. 

Ghost Hunt is Sept. 24 from 7 to 9 p.m. You can RSVP online at tubacpresidio.org/events, or call (520) 398-2252 for reservations.