March 24 / April 14 / April 28, 2019
Come out, socialize, exercise and learn salsa with our fun and knowledgeable instructors!
MAR 24 / APR 14 / APR 28
Cornerstone Fellowship Social Hall
2902 N. Geronimo
(Building north of parking lot)
Registration not required
Suggested donation $2-$10
Guests are invited to bring snacks or dishes – water will be provided.
No partner necessary
More info: contact us
May 1, 2019
Join us to hear Lambda Literary Award finalist Lise Weil, talk about her new book In Search of Pure Lust: A Memoir.
WED, MAY 1
411 N. 4th Ave
In this intimate memoir, Lise Weil documents an important chapter in lesbian history through the lens of her personal experiences as a lesbian coming of age in the ’70s and ’80s…
»MORE about Lise Weil and her new book
May 2, 2019
Interfaith Community Services and Southwest Folklife Alliance on behalf of the Arizona End of Life Care Partnership present this symposium for rabbis, imams, pastors, faith community nurses or health promoters, congregational educators, or pastoral care ministers.
THU, MAY 2
Noon – 4pm
5550 E. 5th St
FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Faith community leaders accompany people in life events, from birth to death. During important rites of passage, playing the role of a faith-based leader is a privilege and an honor. Are you equipped to provide support for those you serve, considering how they want to live until they die? What questions are faith-based leaders asking that we all can benefit from? What perspectives from faiths different from your own offer insight into dying and death?
May 11, 2019
What do you value in life? How would you wish to live as your life draws to a close? What legacy, material and spiritual, would you like to leave your loved ones and the world? What plans can you put in place now to help honor your values and wishes and legacy?
The LGBTQI+ Community is invited for a free workshop on planning for our end-of-life care, taking care of our estate, the documents needed to record our wishes and plans, and expressing our wishes to loved ones.
SAT, MAY 11
Thornhill Lopez Center on 4th
526 N. 4th Avenue
»More info at the ICS website
Please RSVP to Karen MacDonald at Interfaith Community Services:
email or 520-526-9309
Brought to you by Interfaith Community Services and Partners
May 14, 2019
Our series is open to everyone and always features interesting speakers, opportunities for networking and Senior Pride updates.
2nd Tuesday of each month (except August), 2-3pm
Himmel Park Library
1035 N Treat Ave (off Speedway)
NEXT: TUE, MAY 14, 2-3pm
Speaker: Marianna Schloss of Casa de la Luz Hospice
Topic: Dispelling the Hospice Myth—The Benefits Available to All
More info: contact us.
May 15, 2019
The Senior Pride Book Club meets monthly to enjoy companionship and engage in lively discussion of a wide variety of books! Our group is diverse and welcomes all who share our interest in reading books and talking about them.
Third Wednesday of every month, 2-3:30pm
Ward 3 Council Office conference room
(Council member Paul Durham)
1510 E Grant Road
Tucson (and Vine)
»View on Google Maps
Next meeting: MAY 15
Are You My Mother? by Alison Bechdel
Coordinated by Les Tannenbaum
For more info: 520-312-8923 or email
May 18 and 19, 2019
Reveille Men’s Chorus is finishing its 24th season with Bless Our Show(tunes), featuring our Broadway renditions of spiritual and religious songs. Don’t miss this uplifting, campy show where we will sing and dance to songs that will feed your soul and raise the roof!
May 18, 7:30pm
May 19, 2pm
Temple of Music and Art
330 S Scott Ave
General Tickets: $20 in advance / $25 at the door
Students 23 and under: FREE (with ID)
More info: 520-304-1758
Pima Council on Aging (PCOA) offers presentations as well as individual assistance to help you to understand how to enroll for and navigate Medicare. Presentations and counselors are in multiple locations around town.
»See PCOA’s Spring 2019 Medicare presentations flyer
»Dates/times and places of 2019 presentations and more