Wellness & Entertainment

WELLNESS

 
Downtown Public Spaces
Right now, it’s required that you stay home and leave only if necessary. If you need some fresh air or want to get some exercise with your pooch; Downtown Tucson is a great place to be. Here are some tips to stay safe and healthy downtown:
  • Use a cloth face coverings to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Learn more from the CDC by clicking here.
  • Maintain social distancing – at least 6 feet away from others.
  • Even though our full crews (dressed in purple) are out 24/7 sanitizing surfaces, don’t touch anything and if you do, wash your hands immediately at one the six hand washing stations installed by the City. Better yet, carry your own alcohol-based hand sanitizer as backup or stop by Jácome Plaza for the Purell hand sanitizing station we’ve installed.
  • Use a tissue when coughing or sneezing or cough into the bend of your elbow.
  • Disinfect and sanitize frequently touched objects.
  • Most importantly – STAY HOME IF YOU’RE SICK!

 

Online Fitness
 
FIT Boutique Studio | Instagram Live classes
 
Inspired Fitness | Free fitness at Home
 
Playformance Tucson| Free active games at home for kids and families
 
Tucson Yoga | Online yoga classes
 
YogaOasis | Online yoga classes
 
This Is Tucson – 8 local at-home fitness classes to support local business (and move your body)
 
 
Mental Health
 
 
Managing Stress & Anxiety – Pima County Health
 
StartUp Tucson’s Resource Roundup: quick list of resources to employ for all your remote work needs
 
 
This Is Tucson: Your guide to social distancing in Tucson: How to stay home, stay sane and support local businesses
 
 
 

 

Entertainment

 

Watch

 
Fox Tucson Theatre for Families at Home series | Tuesdays at 10:30 am, for 20-30 minutes on Fox Tucson Theatre’s Facebook page
 
Etherton Gallery | Saturday Showcase on Facebook
 
Tucson Helping Tucson | Currently streaming small events every Saturday at 7 pm
 
Tucson Museum of Art | Exhibition tours
 
 
Listen
 
 
 
Tucson Symphony Orchestra | Playlist of Pieces in their Upcoming 2020–2021 Classic Series
 
1030 KVOI AM The Voice
 
 
Read
 
Pima County Public Library (may require library card) | Download and stream audio books, ebooks, magazines and more
 
 
 
 
Don’t see your location listed? Click here to enter your information if you’re in the Business Improvement District (BID). Do you have questions? Do you need to change or add to your listing? Email info@downtowntucson.org.