2016 Spring and Early Summer Events in Oro Valley
As a thriving suburban community, Oro Valley has a lot to offer its residents. In addition to boasting luxurious homes and beautiful developments, Oro Valley is known for its welcoming atmosphere and opportunities to connect with one another. There are many community events that take place in the city throughout the year, but perhaps the most exciting time is late spring and early summer. Here’s a look at some of the events that will be taking place in Oro Valley in the coming months:
Oro Valley Public Art Tours — Oro Valley is filled with interesting public art displays that can be explored more intimately on a local tour. The free tours begin at the Oro Valley Town Hall, and they last for about 2 hours. It is recommended that those who are interested make reservations ahead of time, as there is limited availability for each tour. The next tour is scheduled from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on on June 14.
Drive-In Movies on the Driving Range — Drive-in movies might seem like a thing of the past, but they are alive and well in Oro Valley. The events take place throughout the summer and fall, with the next movie coming up on May 21. Family-friendly movies with a G or PG rating are displayed on the giant outdoor screen, and moviegoers can enjoy the flick from the comfort of their own lawn chairs or while sitting on a golf course. Movies begin at sunset and the event takes place at the Oro Valley Community & Recreation Center. All Drive-In Movies on the Driving Range are free admission.
Musical Magic for Kids — This kids concert series is sponsored by SAACA, and brings music to life for the children of Oro Valley. It’s an interactive program that allows children and their families to explore instruments and have fun while enjoying different types of music. The next event features the Civic Orchestra of Tucson on June 4. This free concert takes place at the Oro Valley Council Chambers.
Wine and Painting Class — Relax and get creative at the same time at the Wine and Paint class at the Oro Valley Community & Recreation Center. The class takes place from 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on June 11, and no experience is required. The cost of the class is $40, and includes a 16 x 20 canvas, brushes, paints and one glass of wine.
Father’s Day Scramble Golf Tournament — A two-player scramble will take place at the Oro Valley Community & Recreation Center. Registration begins at 7 a.m. on June 19, and the scramble begins at 8 a.m. with a shotgun start. The cost of the scramble is $90 per team for members and $150 per team for guests. The fee includes cart, unlimited access to practice facilities, a luncheon, and a Father’s Day gift.
Summer is an exciting time for residents of all ages in Oro Valley. To find out more information about this community and all that it has to offer, contact us today. We would be happy to provide you with more information about the current real estate market, and to tell you more about why you will love living in Oro Valley.