AZTEC CALENDAR Oct. 19- Nov. 2

CAMPUS EVENTS

Oct. 23-26: Downtown Campus Pumpkin patch – Show off your carving in this free event at Downtown
Campus, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. all ages welcome

 

 

 

Oct. 25: Unity Day and Bullying Awareness – Get educated and bring awareness to bullying trends and how to help, East Campus cafeteria, free

Oct. 26-31: Halloween Social events – Get together with students for a Halloween Spooktacular on Oct. 26, then carve pumpkins on Oct. 30-31, finally end the event with a costume contest on Oct. 31 at the East Campus, free

Oct. 30-31: Drug Free Campus – wear red to show support for a drug free campus at Desert Vista, all day

Oct. 30: Dia De Los Muertos – remember your loved ones with the Dia De Los Muertos altar that will be set up at the West Campus book store, free

Oct. 31: A Harry Potter Halloween – Enjoy a Harry Potter themed event at the student book store at West Campus, free

 

PIMA HOME SPORTS

Oct. 21: Men’s Basketball vs. Hill Crest Post Grad – noon, West Campus Gymnasium

Oct. 21: Men’s Basketball vs. Hillcrest National – 2 p.m., West Campus Gymnasium

Oct. 25: Volleyball vs. South Mountain CC – 7 p.m., West Campus Gymnasium

Oct. 27: Women’s Basketball vs. Cochise College – 2 p.m., West Campus Gymnasium

Oct. 27: Volleyball vs. Mesa CC – 7p.m., West Campus Gynamsium

Oct. 28: Men’s Basketball vs. CMG Prep – 1 p.m., West Campus Gymnasium

Oct. 28: Men’s Basketball vs. Grand Canyon University – 2 p.m., West Campus Gymnasium

Nov. 3: Football vs. Glendale CC – 7 p.m., Kino North Stadium

 

LIVE MUSIC

Oct. 21: The English Beat – 7 p.m., 191 Toole, 191 Toole E Ave., $24-$26, 21 and over

Oct. 24: 6LACK – 7 p.m., Rialto Theatre, 318 E Congress St., $25-$105, all ages

Oct. 26: Foam N’ Glow – Life is More Beautiful with Foam Tour, Rialto Theatre, $36-$76, all ages

Oct. 27: Shopkins Live! – TCC Music Hall, 260 S Church Ave., $17.50-$100, all ages

Oct. 27: Token: Have You Seen Him? – 7 p.m., Club Congress, 311 Congress St., $12-$15, all ages

 

TUCSON EVENTS

Oct. 19-22: Film Fest Tucson – Films start at 5:30 on the 19th, 7 p.m. on the 20th, 2 p.m. on the 21st and 2 p.m. on the 22nd, Scottish Rite Cathedral, 160 S Scott Ave., $10 for each movie and $60 for all movies, all ages

Oct. 19-29: Nightfall at Old Tucson – Every Friday and Saturday park is open 6 p.m.-midnight, every Sunday and Thursday park is open 6 p.m.-10 p.m. Old Tucson Studios 201 Kinney Road, Childrean 8 and

under get in free, ages 9 – 11 are $21, and ages 12 and over are $28.

Oct. 20-Dec. 29: Bookmans Midtown: Read to me 

Storytime – Every Friday at 10 a.m. enjoy interactivereadings of short stories with your little ones, Bookmans Midtown, 3330 E. Speedway Blvd., free

Oct. 21: Festival on the Green – Enjoy a free day to golf at the Oro Valley Community Center with Elconquistador Golf and Tennis, free to the public, all ages

 

MOVIE OPENINGS

Oct. 19: “Secret Superstar”

Oct. 20: “Jungle”

Oct. 25: “God’s Own Country”

Oct. 27: “Jigsaw”

Oct. 31: “Keep Watching”

Nov. 1: “A Bad Moms Christmas”

VIDEO GAME RELEASES 

Oct. 20: “Fire Emblem Warriors”

Oct. 24: “Just Dance 2018”

Oct. 27: “Assassin’s Creed Origins”

Oct. 27: “Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus”

Oct. 31: “Monopoly for Nintendo Switch”

Nov. 1: “Another Rocket Game”

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