Calendar of Events
July 6, 2012
Greg Morton was born in Memphis, Tennessee. He began to play the guitar when he was around 12 years of age. His brother, Randal Morton, began to play the banjo at about the same time. Greg and Randal were headliners at various bluegrass festivals around the country. Greg’s natural musical ability allowed him to quickly develop a mastery of the guitar. While living in Memphis, Greg won the Midsouth Championship in guitar and mandolin. After sharpening his skills playing traditional bluegrass music, Greg began to apply his talents to other musical styles, including country and jazz.
Calling all downtown knitters and crocheters! Bring your hooks, needles, and lunches to Urban Yarns, an informal weekly gathering.
This event is free. Fridays, July 6, 13, 20, & 27, 2012 — 11:00-1:00pm. For more information, call Info Line at 791-4010 or email email@example.com
Got Puzzles??? Check out the Jigsaw Puzzle Exchange at the Main Library. Bring puzzles to trade for puzzles from the display. Parking is free on Saturdays, Sundays, evenings, or less than one hour.
This event is free. July 1-31, 2012 — Mon-Wed 9-8, Thu 9-6, Fri 9-5, Sat 10-5, Sun 1-5. For more information, call Info Line at 791-4010 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A café for nonprofits, small business, and big ideas in Tucson, Arizona.
Hands-On with Social Media
Social Media Librarian Lisa Bunker is offering to do the training she provides to library staff to anyone thinking of starting an account on Facebook and Twitter.
This event is free. For more information, call Info Line at 791-4010 or email email@example.com
Rob Delaney is originally from Boston. After an idyllic childhood during which he was never, ever lonely, he attended New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. He performs stand up regularly at the top comedy venues in Los Angeles, New York, and various comedy clubs across the United States. Rob is currently in development for both a pilot for Comedy Central and a book deal for Random House. His television credits include FUEL TV’s The Daily Habit, and the pilot Movie Nook for TBS.
Show details here.
Recently rediscovered, this autobiographical one-act was buried by O’Neill. The play was performed by the Provincetown Players in 1920 for about two weeks and then quickly withdrawn. It is speculated that O’Neill was too uncomfortable with such an honest portrait of himself and his father.
“Exorcism” is about a troubled young man and his difficult relationship with his family. It is something of a palimpsest for “Long Days Journey Into Night,” as the main character Ned is reminiscent to Jamie Tyrone.
This production will run Friday and Saturday, July 6th, 7th, 13th, 14th at 7:30PM and Sunday July 8th at 2:30PM.
Tickets run $8-$15 and can be purchased online, over the phone or at the door.
Reservations and purchases can be made at 520-885-0555.