Hidden Gems of Tubac Field Trip
Trip Cost $2 (Lunch on your own)We will start at Pancho’s Resource and Design store at the Tubac Golf Resort – opening one hour prior to regular customers just for our field trip. Pancho’s is located in the historic 100+ year old Otero Barn; the front entrance is flanked by two 50 ft. grain silos. Adobe walls frame an experience for the senses when you enter. They have an amazing collection of one-of-a-kind furnishings such as leather chairs, hand carved wooden tables, chests, cabinets, shelves and credenzas and much more. Every piece provides a flavor of the Sonoran Desert. There is so much to photograph!
Lunch will follow at the LaCantina Grill next to the golf shop. Featuring a variety of items including burgers, burritos, wraps, and sandwiches it has shaded tables in a beautiful outdoor environment. (Lunch plates $7-8, drinks additional.)
After lunch we will head down to the Hugh Cabot Studio Museum about 4 minutes away where you will find a wonderfully preserved studio. The current owner Tom Martin will also tell us about the artist who died in 2005.
Special Instructions for Hugh Cabot Studio: No reproductions of the art work due to proprietary considerations. We will need to be cognizant of what we are photographing! The paint brushes, paletes, pencils, cowboy boots, etc. are what drew me to this site.
Any questions, contact the field trip guide: Marilyn Luehrmann 630-334-4242, ML59@sbcglobal.net
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No refunds after Feb 27th. Last date to sign up is March 1st.
In order to participate in this event, you must be a member of the GVR Camera Club and GVR.