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Law Enforcement Torch Run 2014

The Law Enforcement Torch Run 2014 for Special Olympics for Santa Cruz Count. Nogales Police Department (NPD) and the Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office across the Santa Cruz County to raise funds and awareness for this program. Each summer, law enforcement officials carry the Flame of Hope across the county with the Torch Run, and the lighting of the cauldron ... Read More »

Nogales Little League holds Opening Ceremony

Nogales Little League officially kicked off the 2014 season on Saturday, March 29 at the Nogales National Little League Park. The festivities began with the players taking the field to join their teams. To learn more about Nogales Little League, visit the website at Read More »

3rd Annual Nogales Bicycle Classic

The 3rd Annual Nogales Bicycle Classic was held on March 29, 2014. The bicycle event was broken up into a 84, 58, 38 and 8-mile stretches that started at 7 a.m. The event attracted approximately 170 participants and numerous others who cheered them on and enjoyed activities and stands set up at Teyechea Park. The event attracted approximately 170 participants ... Read More »

3rd Annual Nogales City Fest 2014

The 3rd annual Nogales City Fest 2014 took place March 22, 2014 at Teyechea park (behind City Hall) from 12:00 p.m. to 5 p.m. in Nogales, Arizona. Nogales City Fest is an event which networks with different agencies of Santa Cruz County and local city agencies to provide information and resources to our community. There where games and activities for ... Read More »

Events at the Tubac Presidio State Historic Park – April 2014

Living History: Foods of the Spanish Colonial Period – Friday, April 4, 11am-2pm Volunteers dressed in period clothing describe the combination of native and introduced foods enjoyed by the Spanish soldiers and civilians who lived in Tubac during the Spanish Colonial period (1752-1776). Featuring a special display of the bounty of foods from the Old World, New World and surrounding ... Read More »

Third year of family fun and learning

On Saturday February 8, 2014 First Things First held its third annual celebration of the Young Child at the American Hotel in Nogales, Arizona. Participating organizations were set up and ready by 11:30 when the event was set to begin. Each of the hotel’s three banquet halls were open and lined with tables covered in books and fun activities for ... Read More »

Film Festival Gala Celebration

The Film Festival opened with a Gala Celebration held Feb. 7, 2014 at the historic 1904 Courthouse in Nogales from 8 p.m. and ended at midnight. Old Tucson Studios presented trailers from many movies made in part or in total in Santa Cruz County. In addition, there was music and dancing. The Cow Belle’s Museum, Arizona Ranger Museum and the ... Read More »

Music, Movie, Mingus and more

Music, Movie, Mingus and more, Valentine’s Day at the Oasis Cinema. The Santa Cruz Advocates for the Arts are sponsoring a evening out at the Oasis Cinema in Nogales. From 5:30-9 enjoy live music, hot tapas and your choice of wine or beer in the lobby. You can also participate in a live auction for some great items and packages. ... Read More »

2nd Annual Santa Cruz County Historic Film Festival

By Linda J. Rushton The 2nd Annual Santa Cruz County Historic Film Festival. Since 1913, there have been over 126 movies and television shows filmed in Santa Cruz County. This is a history to be celebrated! The Film Festival will be held Feb. 7, 8 & 9, 2014 in Nogales, Ariz. The Festival features movies shot in Santa Cruz County ... Read More »

Impressive private paintings collection exhibited at Hilltop Gallery

Great reception was held on Thursday, January 15, 2014 in ” Hilltop Gallery” in Nogales , Arizona, to present the remarkable private collection of paintings of Edward Robinson and the colorful display of Cristina Villasenor which will be on display from January 16 thru February 6, 2014. Eduardo Robision exhibition titled ” Gems of Mexico ” consisted of more than ... Read More »

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