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Members' Calendar of Events

Plan now to attend one or all of the upcoming Members' events!

February 2015
8 Even Though the Whole World is Burning
This special screening is a fundraiser for Woven Words: Poetry of the Sonoran Desert. Woven Words is an exciting new collaboration that pairs two Tucson cultural institutions: the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum and the University of Arizona Poetry Center. The project will feature 30 poetry installations throughout the Museum grounds, each underscoring the profound relationship between knowledge, the imagination, and an ethos of conservation.
Poet Alison Deming, an Agnese Nelms Haury Chair in Environment and Social Justice at the University of Arizona, will speak on Merwin's legacy before the screening.
A reception will follow the film.
Donations for Woven Words will be accepted during the reception. To learn more about the project or to RSVP for this special screening, please contact Cree Zischke: 520-883-3039 or RSVPs are required to attend this event.
Closing of Artists for Conservation: A Juried International Exhibit of Nature in Art
January 10 ? March 8, 2015
Featuring 2-D and 3-D original artworks created by artists around the world. This annual touring exhibition celebrates artistic excellence in the depiction of nature, raises awareness of important conservation issues and directly supports organizations dedicated to addressing them.
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19 Members’ Behind the Scenes Tour 2015 – Hummingbird Exhibit
A tour of the hummingbird exhibit hosted by Curator of Mammalogy & Ornithology, Shawnee Riplog-Peterson. Learn about the husbandry of hummingbirds, how the Museum cares for these wonderful birds, and the special world that thrives in this one-of-a-kind exhibit.

30 Desert Delectables Night
Enjoy an evening in the desert as the sun sets and the stars come out. Sample sweet and savory dishes created by Tucson Originals restaurants' chefs using native ingredients. Listen to live musical performances in four unique venues. Learn about native plants and watch cooking demonstrations. Watch for ticket information.

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