La Fiesta de Tumacacori (Saturday)
Meet at club by 9:45 with plans for carpools to leave at 10. Return at your leisure.
In recognition and celebration of the many cultures that were historically and are presently associated with the Santa Cruz Valley, the Tumacácori Fiesta presents the traditional creations of these cultures. The fiesta features around fifty food and craft booths, continuous live entertainment on stage, and activities for families each day. The mission grounds and park are open throughout the weekend and admission is free.
SATURDAY, December 3, 2016
9:45 Blessing and opening of the 46th annual Tumacácori Fiesta
10:00 Calabasas Folklórico, dancers from Calabasas Middle School in Rio Rico
11:00 Lourdes Folklórico, dancers from Lourdes Catholic High School in Nogales
12:00 Mariachi Azatlán, from Pueblo High School in Tucson
1:00 Gertie N the TO Boyz, waila music from Sells
2:00 Theodore Roosevelt Apache Crown Dancers, from Fort Apache
3:00 Agua Fría, Norteño music from Rio Rico
4:00 Pure Native Waila, from Tucson
In order to participate in this event, you must be a member of the GVR Camera Club and GVR.