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Jul 24

CITY Center for Collaborative Learning to host PBLWorks’ PBL 101

In collaboration with Youth On Their Own, CITY is offering a 50% discount on PBL101 for teachers who join Youth On Their Own’s Back to School Challenge. Pledge to bring a backpack and school supplies to PBL101 next week and receive a 50% off discount code (for teachers registering individually).   PBL 101 is PBLWorks’ […]

Jul 5 XITO logo

XITO’s 6th Annual Summer Institute

XITO’s 6th Annual Summer Institute returns to CITY Center for Collaborative Learning. XITO’s 6th Annual Summer Institute focuses on Indigenous Pedagogies of Love as a means of liberation and self-determination for our communities. Developing opportunities for students to love their own humanity and to regain the capacity to love from within and without is the aim […]

Jun 21

Gender Werk!

KORE PRESS INSTITUTE PRESENTS Gender Werk! Developing Competency for Gender Inclusive Classrooms & Safe Learning Spaces Professional Development Training for Educators, Community Workers & Parents JUNE 21 & 22, 2019, 9-3PM with poet-educators, Em Bowen & Teré Fowler Chapman COST: $150 for 2 DAYS / SOME SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE In this experiential, two-day intensive, we will […]

Jun 19

Monsoon Goodbye for Carrie Brennan

Join us to shower Carrie Brennan with well wishes as she prepares to leave her long-time leadership position at CITY and heads to a new post in Vermont! We will be gathering in the Borderlands courtyard from 5-7pm. Enjoy tunes, good company, and food truck appetizers. Beverages for sale in the taproom. The event is open […]

Jun 13

Child Wellness and Trauma Prevention Summit

It’s time to have a conversation about childhood trauma in Pima County. 44% of children in Arizona have experienced two or more adverse childhood events, nearly 14% more than the national average. 10,137 children in Pima County have experience five or more adverse childhood events. Of adults who experienced 1 – 3 adverse childhood events” […]

Jun 8 Calm Down Nope

Feminism and Social Justice Youth Summit

CITY Center for Collaborative Learning is proud to be Kore Press Institute’s space sponsor for: Feminism & Social Justice Youth Summit Empowerment! Voice! Health! Activism! For grrls, transgender and gender non-conforming youth, ages 12-14 June 8-9, Saturday-Sunday, 9am-5pm $150 / beverages, healthy snacks & lunch included Some scholarships are available: contact Tina@KorePress.org Sign up now for Kore […]

Jun 3 PLC Summer Institute 2019

Professional Learning Community (PLC) Summer Institute

Click here to register for CITY’s Summer PLC Institute. This week-long training gives participants the skills, tools, and experiences needed to launch and facilitate powerful professional learning communities (PLCs) in their school and districts. The PLC Summer Institute is an immersive, minds-on professional learning experience. Participants develop the habits and skills to facilitate and coach […]

May 29 Community Prevention Coalition of Pima County

Prevention, Intervention, & Intersectionality

Diverse Voices in Prevention’s 12th Annual Cultural Competency Conference “Prevention, Intervention, & Intersectionality” For Parents, Educators, Prevention and other Health Providers Serving Diverse Populations in Pima County (*In·ter·sec·tion·al·i·ty \ In(t)ərsekSHə’nalədē \ The overlap of various social identities, such as race, gender, sexuality, and class, that can contribute to the specific type of systemic oppression and […]

Apr 27

No Small Matter: Film Viewing and Community Conversation

On Saturday April 27th, cities across Arizona will screen the documentary No Small Matter. No Small Matter is the first feature documentary to explore the most overlooked, underestimated, and powerful force for good in America today: early childhood education. Through poignant stories and surprising humor, the film lays out the overwhelming evidence for the importance of the first […]

Apr 23

Coffee w/the E.D.

Executive Director Carrie Brennan leads a monthly tour and talk from 9-10 a.m. at the Pennington Street campus. Learn more about our organization and programs, our new mission and vision, and our CITY 2020 strategic plan. To register, send an email inquiry to info@CITYccl.org. (Spaces are limited and RSVP is required.)

Apr 4

Pennington Street Showcase – the Springtime STEM Edition

The Pennington Street Showcase STEM edition is happening on Thursday, April 4 from 5-7 pm at City High School. Student will present project work related to the subjects Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). All families are invited to attend. The Pennington Street Showcase will feature DNA experiments using CRISPR kits, WWII-themed periodic tables, probability games, […]

Apr 2

Coffee with the E.D.

Executive Director Carrie Brennan leads a monthly tour and talk from 9-10 a.m. at the Pennington Street campus. Learn more about our organization and programs, our new mission and vision, and our CITY 2020 strategic plan. To register, send an email inquiry to info@CITYccl.org. (Spaces are limited and RSVP is required.)

Mar 28 Teaching in Arizona

Documentary Screening: Teaching in Arizona

TEACHING IN ARIZONA, a Tucson Values Teaches documentary short film, follows three Tucson educators to deliver an intimate portrait of what it’s really like to be a teacher today. It also depicts the impact of the teacher workforce crisis on the future generations that will influence the prosperity of a state and a nation. Please […]

Mar 12

Coffee with the E.D.

Executive Director Carrie Brennan leads a monthly tour and talk from 9-10 a.m. at the Pennington Street campus. Learn more about our organization and programs, our new mission and vision, and our CITY 2020 strategic plan. To register, send an email inquiry to info@CITYccl.org. (Spaces are limited and RSVP is required.)

Mar 2

Southern Arizona Education Job Fair

Come say hi to CITY at our booth at the Southern Arizona Education Job Fair! This event is designed to help schools fill certified and non-certified positions and potential candidates to connect with community partners. The following community partners are already registered to attend; they will be there to provide information about programs and resources: […]

Mar 1

CITY Hiring Fair & Happy Hour

Join our team of dedicated and caring educators! Learn about our schools – the Paulo Freire Freedom Middle Schools and City High School Interview for openings for the 2019-2020 school year Visit our new collaborative learning center Socialize with your Tucson education colleagues Join us for a hiring fair-happy hour combo. Drinks and light fare […]

Feb 26

Coffee with the E.D.

Executive Director Carrie Brennan leads a monthly tour and talk from 9-10 a.m. at the Pennington Street campus. Learn more about our organization and programs, our new mission and vision, and our CITY 2020 strategic plan. To register, send an email inquiry to info@CITYccl.org. (Spaces are limited and RSVP is required.)

Feb 22 CITY students build their learning through PBL

New Offering: Project Based Learning Workshop

Come and join CITY Center for Collaborative Learning for three focused days of learning about and implementing Project Based Learning (PBL).  Project Based Learning is when students engage a real-world problem and answer complicated questions. Through their teacher’s expert facilitation, students master the content and process skills necessary to create a public demonstration of learning. […]

Feb 12

University of Arizona’s Education Career Fair

The 2019 Education Career Fair is intended for schools and institutions that are currently recruiting for the 2019/2020 academic year. Employers will have a unique opportunity to meet with the UA College of Education graduating class, and many other UA students from other majors that are interested to work in the education field. Come visit CITY Center […]

Feb 12

Coffee with the E.D.

Executive Director Carrie Brennan leads a monthly tour and talk from 9-10 a.m. at the Pennington Street campus. Learn more about our organization and programs, our new mission and vision, and our CITY 2020 strategic plan. To register, send an email inquiry to info@CITYccl.org. (Spaces are limited and RSVP is required.)

Feb 9 Edcamp and Makerspace.

Edcamp Tucson

CITY Center for Collaborative Learning’s bi-annual Edcamp Tucson event is back for Spring 2019! Come spend the morning with a group of positive, high energy Tucson educators! Edcamp Tucson is a peer-led, participant-driven professional learning opportunity for anyone who cares about education and likes working with colleagues to share great ideas. Come with a question […]

Jan 31

Teacher Happy Hour and PD Discovery

Join Tucson Values Teachers, UA College of Education, and SAZAEYC for a hosted Teacher Happy Hour. We’re gathering ideas from Pre K-12 educators about professional development experiences you’d like to see offered in our region. Come share your ideas! CLICK HERE to reserve your seat today.

Jan 25

To Kill a Mockingbird

City High School Drama Production presents Christopher Sergel’s adaptation of Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, To Kill A Mockingbird. Location: CITY’s Collaborative Learning Center, 37 E. Pennington St., Tucson, AZ Showtimes: Friday, Jan. 25 at 1pm (PFFS Matinee) and 7pm, Saturday, Jan. 26 at 2pm and 7pm Tickets available now at CHS, or from any drama student, […]

Jan 24

A Right to Love?

On January 24, 2019, the Jewish History Museum will be having an event in CITY’s collaborative learning center. Guest speaker Lida Maxwell will discuss Hannah Arendt’s writings on the politics of love and rightlessness and ask, in the context of immigrant family separation, whether we should see love and family as human rights. Free and […]

Dec 18 CommunityShare

Connect with Community

CommunityShare wants you to join the fun! Connect with Community is a happy-hour for teachers wanting to incorporate community volunteers into their lessons, community members that want to inspire young students in our community, and anyone interested in learning more about CommunityShare. Free beverages will be served (limit one per person). Since alcohol will be […]

Dec 13

Pennington Street Showcase

This year we are expanding our annual Pennington Street Showcase to be a multi-event series! The first one will be the ‘arts and culture edition’ and feature a fashion runway show narrated in Spanish, a jazz club featuring musician stories from the segregated South in the 1940’s and 1950’s, DNA lp’s, classical guitar, modern dance, scenes from To […]

Dec 11

Coffee with the E.D.

Executive Director Carrie Brennan leads a monthly tour and talk from 9-10 a.m. at the Pennington Street campus. Learn more about our organization and programs, our new mission and vision, and our CITY 2020 strategic plan. To register, send an email inquiry to info@CITYccl.org. (Spaces are limited and RSVP is required.)

Dec 7 CITY Center for Collaborative Learning High School Students in Advisory

“Come and See!” Middle School Advisory Program Residency

CITY Center for Collaborative Learning is offering a residency experience in our Middle School Advisory Program. CITY’s residency programs are hands-on, hearts-open professional learning experiences that immerse participants into the practice they are studying. Register to see: Why Advisory is essential to how we create a connected school community. What happens during Advisory sessions. How […]

Dec 4 40 Under 40 Jessica Melrose

40-Under-40 Awards Breakfast – including Jessica Melrose!

A big congratulations to Jessica Melrose, the visual arts teacher at City High School, for being one of Tucson’s 40-under-40 award winners this year!  Read about Jessica’s background and accomplishments in a blog post, where we pull excerpts from her nomination. The Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the Arizona Daily Star are celebrating the […]

Nov 24

City High School 10-Year Reunion

City High School will hold its first alumni reunion this fall for the pioneering classes of 2007, 2008, and 2009. Join us for an evening of food, fun, music and drink. Spouses, partners and kids are welcome. A message from our beloved reunion co-chairs: It’s been a long time! We want to see you and […]

Nov 20

Coffee with the E.D.

Executive Director Carrie Brennan leads a monthly tour and talk from 9-10 a.m. at the Pennington Street campus. Learn more about our organization and programs, our new mission and vision, and our CITY 2020 strategic plan. To register, send an email inquiry to info@CITYccl.org. (Spaces are limited and RSVP is required.)

Nov 17 Trauma Informed Practice

Trauma Informed Practice-Building Learning Spaces that Heal

Caring Educators are Key According to RecognizeTrauma.org, 26% of our learners have experienced a traumatic event before the age of 4. Students of all ages need our help to feel safe at school, regulate emotions, and see themselves as in charge of their own achievement. Trauma Informed Practice is about understanding how trauma affects how students learn, […]

Nov 10

Trans Competency Training

Kore Press is working with the Trans Competency Institute to host a Gender Allyship and Empowerment workshop. Facilitated by July Westhale, this half-day workshop seeks to introduce guiding concepts of empowerment for trans and gender creative youth in the K12 community and beyond. Learn gender / trans competency and trauma awareness, the importance of normalizing language, non-judgemental approaches, […]

Nov 1

City High’s Chili Cook Off

Join us for our Annual Chili Cook Off! Enter your chili and take home a medal for Best Meat, Best Veggie, Best Overall, People’s Choice! Or come and eat ALL THE CHILI for just $5. Chili chefs eat free, volunteers eat free, activities and snacks for kids! Here’s the link to the entry form! Everyone […]

Oct 27

PFFS-U Photography Show at Epic Cafe

Please join us for live music, art, snacks, and gorgeous PFFSU student photography at Epic Cafe on Saturday, Oct. 27th from 2-5 pm. Marcus Jones will mix hip hop and jazz, there will be art from Raichelle Sutton, and students from PFFSU’s Wednesday Photography Club will showcase their photos.  Art will be for sale, and […]

Oct 26

Diversity and Inclusion in Children’s Services Training with Maya Gonzalez

Professional development workshop with children’s book, author, illustrator, publisher and Pura Belpre award winner Maya Gonzalez will provide an in depth look at her inclusive, nonwestern, nature-based framework of gender for kids. Maya will share her resources, books and philosophical frames for littles. Specifics covered will include pronouns and language use, first voice and LGBTQ […]

Oct 23

Coffee with the E.D.

Executive Director Carrie Brennan leads a monthly tour and talk from 9-10am at the Pennington Street campus. Learn more about our organization and programs, our new mission and vision, and our CITY 2020 strategic plan. To register, send an email inquiry to info@CITYccl.org. (Spaces are limited and RSVP is required.)

Oct 17

3rd Annual Fall Film Screening

According to the National Center for Women & Information Technology, only 26% of the computing workforce in the United States are women.  Fewer than 5% of those women are women of color.  Join CITY Center for Collaborative Learning for our 3rd Annual Fall Film Screening for a screening and panel discussion of CODE: Debugging the […]

Oct 12

TENWEST Festival

Welcoming more than 5,000 Tucsonans, the annual TENWEST Festival invites you to experience 100+ unique events that encourage curiosity and discovery in the arts, social impact, STEM, entrepreneurship, technology, and sustainability. CITY Center for Collaborative Learning is a proud co-sponsor of this year’s festival. On Saturday, October 13, we will be hosting the headquarters for […]

Oct 12

Tucson Meet Yourself

Tucson Meet Yourself is a folklife festival and one of Tucson’s favorite fall traditions. The event focuses on presenting artists and communities that carry on living traditions rooted in a group’s own definition of identity, artistry, and cultural significance. CITY Center for Collaborative Learning is a proud co-sponsor for Tucson Meet Yourself this year. We […]

Oct 10

Bringing Education and Family Medicine Together

CITY Center for Collaborative Learning’s Dr. Tim Grivois-Shah will present with Dr. Ravi Grivois-Shah at the American Academy of Family Practice Physician’s annual Family Medicine Experience in New Orleans.  Titled “Managing ADHD in Clinic and in Schools,” Tim Grivois-Shah and Ravi Grivois-Shah are presenting on how physicians can incorporate what they learn about how schools support children with ADHD into […]

Oct 3

8th Annual Arizona SciTech Kickoff Conference: Community Stakeholder Summit

The Arizona SciTech Kickoff Conference is an annual event that brings together key Arizona stakeholders in STEM. This conference has over 1,200 leaders in business, industry, education, government, NGO, the community, and more as they work to both position Arizona as a world leader in science, technology, and innovation, and solidify Arizona’s STEM ecosystem unique […]

Sep 30

This is Tucson 2018 School Fair

CITY Center for Collaborative Learning will be attending the This is Tucson 2018 School Fair to provide information about our organization to the Tucson community. Come learn about the goals of our organization, our 3 schools, City High School, Paulo Freire Freedom School-University, and Paulo Freire Freedom School-Downtown, and our incredible students at this community […]

Sep 26

Youth Water Unconference

The Colorado River Watershed is perhaps the most important shared resource the youth of Arizona will inherit. Youth voice and participation in decision making will only encourage greater understanding of the water users, management, ecology, geography, hydrology, history, and cultures of the watershed. This is an Unconference in the style of an EdCamp. Our 8th […]

Sep 20

TVT Let’s Talk Ed Event & Teacher Awards (including Patrick Kelly!)

Tucson Values Teachers will celebrate its 10th anniversary at the upcoming Let’s Talk Ed event at the Tucson Convention Center. It will also premiere the new Teaching in Arizona documentary and give out educator awards to teachers in Southern Arizona. Congratulations to our very own Patrick Kelly, the 8th grade Humanities Teacher at Paulo Freire […]

Sep 15 Trauma Informed Practice

Trauma Informed Practice Workshop

According to RecognizeTrauma.org, 26% of children in the United States will witness or experience a traumatic event before they turn four. Join Tim Grivois-Shah, Ed.D. and Megan Chavez, M.Ed. for a day-long workshop on how childhood trauma affects learning, how to support children who have experienced trauma, and how teachers and caregivers can practice self-care to […]

Sep 8 Edcamp Tucson

Edcamp Tucson VII

Join us on Saturday, September 8 for our fall Edcamp experience! Edcamp Tucson participants love the freedom this unconference model provides – to discuss deeply with passionate and compassionate colleagues the topics they care about most! Together we will create the agenda for the morning (with support from our Edcamp facilitators) based on topics that participants generate and want […]

Sep 8

‘Content Warning’ Exhibit by Kate Meyer & Artist Reception

CITY Center for Collaborative Learning and local artist Kate Meyer are collaborating to support community members who have experienced childhood trauma. “Content Warning” is an installation art exhibit that explores gender-based violence, power and control, and sexual harassment and assault. The exhibit will be open to the public during downtown’s Second Saturday on Sept. 8 […]

Sep 6

New Offering: Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports Training

Register your team (up to 6 members) for Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support: School-Wide Systems for Student Success!  In this ongoing, expert training, your school-based team will work together to build (or enhance) a proactive system for supporting positive student behavior throughout your site (school, library, park district program, or youth center). School-Wide Systems for […]

Aug 23 Investing in Futures - True Stories about Education

Investing in Futures: True Stories About Education

CommunityShare, Creative Narrations and Odyssey Storytelling present a special evening of storytelling about education: What makes education worth investing in? The moment when something clicks for the first time? The students transformed? The jobs gained? The chance to start over? Join us at the Scoundrel and Scamp Theatre, in The Historic YWCA, on Thursday, August […]

Aug 22 Ben's Bells CITY Center for Collaborative Learning Mural Kindness

Ben’s Bells Annual Kindness Conference

Join Ben’s Bells for their annual Kindness Conference, taking place on two dates this year – Saturday, Aug. 18 and Wednesday, Aug. 22. With a focus on mindfulness, the Kindness Conference is meant for all who help children and youth learn (preK-12) to model kindness and social emotional skills school-wide. Both events take place at Amphi’s Holoway […]

Aug 21

Coffee with the E.D.

Executive Director Carrie Brennan leads a monthly tour and talk from 9-10am at the Pennington Street campus. Learn more about our organization and programs, our new mission and vision, and our CITY 2020 strategic plan. To register, send an email inquiry to info@CITYccl.org. (Spaces are limited and RSVP is required.)

Jul 23

‘PBL 101’ Workshop

CITY Center for Collaborative Learning and the Pima County School Superintendent’s Office are bringing the Buck Institute for Education’s (BIE) ‘PBL 101’ Workshop to Tucson on July 23-25, 2018     ‘PBL 101’ is BIE’s foundational workshop for understanding and implementing Gold Standard PBL.  It provides participants with the knowledge and skills needed to design, assess, […]

Jul 12

Coffee with the E.D.

Executive Director Carrie Brennan leads a monthly tour and talk from 9-10am at the Pennington Street campus. Learn more about our organization and programs, our new mission and vision, and our CITY 2020 strategic plan. To register, send an email inquiry to info@CITYccl.org. (Spaces are limited and RSVP is required.)

Jul 6

2018 XITO Summer Institute

“Justice, Liberation and Self-Determination” XITO’s 5th Annual Summer Institute July 6 -8, 2018 Tucson, AZ “XITO’s 5th Annual Summer Institute focuses on justice, liberation and self-determination for our communities. With our recent victory in the federal court ruling that Arizona’s anti-Mexican American Studies law can no longer be enforced…  our work continues as we call […]

Jun 27 Eve Rifkin, Dean of Students and Advisory Program Leadd

Dr. Eve Rifkin & Jonathan Martin Present at Social Emotional Learning Conference

CITY High School’s Dr. Eve Rifkin heads to Nashville this week to participate in and present at the Social Emotional Learning Conference.  This national conference offers educators the opportunity to enhance their expertise in social emotional learning, equity and diversity promotion, mental health and trauma informed practices, parent and stakeholder engagement, and systemic change.  Dr. Rifkin […]

Jun 24

ISTE 2018 Chicago June 24-27

  The mission of CITY Center for Collaborative Learning is to: “Design, implement, and advance exemplary practices in teaching and learning that transform the lives of young people and their educators” (see CITY 2020 Strategic Plan). Therefore, we are very excited to be sending our three school principals to ISTE 2018 (described as the ‘Epicenter of EdTech’) in Chicago […]

Jun 23

Saturday Workshop: Students with ASD and Their Parents

CITY Center for Collaborative Learning and the UA Poetry Center are collaborating to bring poet and Unrestricted Interest co-founder Chris Martin to Tucson for an immersive, week-long training for teachers on poetry & autism  – June 18-22.  Read more and register at How Poetry Can Help ASD Students Reach Expressive Potential. Chris Martin will also be presenting a workshop for ASD students and their parents […]

Jun 20

Coffee with the E.D.

Executive Director Carrie Brennan leads a monthly tour and talk from 9-10am at the Pennington Street campus. Learn more about our organization and programs, our new mission and vision, and our CITY 2020 strategic plan. To register, send an email inquiry to info@CITYccl.org. (Spaces are limited and RSVP is required.)

Jun 18

PD Workshops: How Poetry Can Help ASD Students Reach Expressive Potential

CITY Center for Collaborative Learning and the UA Poetry Center are collaborating to bring Chris Martin to Tucson for a week-long, immersive teacher training on Poetry & Autism June 18-22 with a Saturday parent experience on June 23rd. “Recent studies have shown that poetry is often the most direct linguistic expression for many on the autism spectrum. Poet and Unrestricted Interest co-founder […]

Jun 11

PLC – Summer Institute

June 11-15, 2018 This week-long training gives participants the skills, tools, and experiences needed to launch and facilitate powerful professional learning communities (PLCs) in their schools and districts. Registration link >> CITY Center for Collaborative Learning’s PLC Summer Institute is an immersive, hands-on professional development experience. Participants develop the habits and skills they will need to facilitate and coach a transformational […]

Jun 7

Kore Press: Culturally Responsive Teaching Institute

We are excited to help sponsor the ‘Culturally Responsive Teaching Institute’ presented by Kore Press* on Thursday, June 7th by providing our recently renovated ‘collaborative learning’ space at 37 East Pennington St. for the day-long event.  This amazing experience will include a morning and afternoon session, breakfast & lunch, and a copy of the anthology Letters to […]

Jun 6

Coffee with the E.D.

Executive Director Carrie Brennan leads a monthly tour and talk from 9-10am at the Pennington Street campus. Learn more about our organization and programs, our new mission and vision, and our CITY 2020 strategic plan. To register, send an email inquiry to info@CITYccl.org. (Spaces are limited and RSVP is required.)

May 9

Student Portfolio & Exhibition Residency Workshop

This workshop will be an immersion into the ‘graduation by exhibition’ process at CITY Center’s three demonstration schools. Workshop participants will learn about and understand deeply the multi-year exhibition process that culminates in a final Portfolio Exhibition at the end of 8th grade and Gateway Exhibition at the end of 12th grade. Participants will observe and participate in actual 8th grader portfolio presentations and […]

May 8

Coffee with the E.D.

Executive Director Carrie Brennan leads a monthly tour and talk from 9-10am at the Pennington Street campus. Learn more about our organization and programs, our new mission and vision, and our CITY 2020 strategic plan. To register, send an email inquiry to info@CITYccl.org. (Spaces are limited and RSVP is required.)

May 4

Gratitude Reception for Families

We are hosting a reception for parents and guardians on Friday, May 4 from 4:00-5:00 p.m. to share our gratitude for all of the support, patience, and sacrifice family members demonstrated during the school closure.  Join us at our downtown campus (37 & 47 E. Pennington St.) in the alley garden for light refreshments and […]

May 4

4-Board Retreat

The school boards of each of our three schools, along with the nonprofit corporate CITY board, will convene on May 4. This will be our third convening (the first two took place in September 2016 and June 2017). Bringing together members of all four of our boards helps us to connect those involved in volunteer […]

Apr 27

Las Milpitas: Film Screening of ‘The Hand That Feeds’

Join us for the screening of ‘The Hand That Feeds’ at Las Milpitas Community Farm, 2405 S Cottonwood Ln, Tucson, AZ 85713 at 6:30 pm. Please bring your own seating.  Food trucks will be on site starting at 6:00.   Trailer

Apr 17

Coffee with the E.D.

Executive Director Carrie Brennan leads a monthly tour and talk from 9-10am at the Pennington Street campus. Learn more about our organization and programs, our new mission and vision, and our CITY 2020 strategic plan. To register, send an email inquiry to info@CITYccl.org. (Spaces are limited and RSVP is required.)

Apr 13

Pennington Street Showcase 2018

The Pennington Street Showcase is our annual springtime event that spotlights student projects and performances. Middle school and high school students from our three schools will share their learning for a community audience. This year’s Showcase kicks off at 4:00 p.m. with keynote speaker Jade Beall on the outdoor stage. Jade will speak about the […]

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