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Field Trips

Upcoming events

    • 12/15/2019
    • 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • GVR Camera Club, Santa Rita Springs Social Center
    • 5
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    Bird Photography: Canoa Ranch Lake/GV Water Reclaimation Project

     Cost is $12

     The Canoa Ranch Lake, directly on the migration flyway, is fast   becoming one of the birding hotspots in our area. Birds as well as   winter ducks are prevalent at this time of year.

     Following the CR lake, we will visit the Green Valley Water Reclaimation Project where will will observe and photograph wintering ducks. 

    This trip will be led by bird and nature expert, Sandy McMahan, who is a long-time teacher and trip leader. Whether you're an expert birder/photographer or a beginner, you will enjoy Sandy's narratives. If you have binoculars, you may want to bring them along. A small notebook and pen or pencil would be useful to record your sightings. 

    Be sure to wear comfortable clothes and shoes. A hat and water are suggested.  Lunch on your own.

    Meet at the Camera Club at 8:00 AM for carpooling.  We will leave for the Canoa Ranch Lake at 8:15 AM  Please give your driver money for gas.

    Linda Gregory will be our leader.  For questions call Linda at 520-625-5121 or email at lsgregaz@gmail.com.

    Last refund date is December 8th, 2019.

    To cancel your registration contact the field trip facilitator at philr@iname.com or 269-978-6852

    In order to participate in this event, you must be a member of the GVR Camera Club and GVR.


    • 01/06/2020
    • 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
    • GVR Camera Club, Santa Rita Springs Social Center
    • 1
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    Streetcar/Art Trip 


    Cost $15

    The Tucson Streetcar Art field trip features some of the many unique works of public art displayed at the streetcar stations. With our included 24 hour streetcar pass, we will disembark at chosen stations to view selected artists' interpretation of the project theme "Flow". Art pieces have elements of light, movement, poetry, and/or visual art.

    We will meet at the Camera Club at 9:00 AM, depart at 9:15 AM to carpool to the Mercado San Agustin at the corner of Congress and Avenida Convento, the first streetcar stop.  Alinda, our tour guide will lead the trip from here on.  Participants will get off and on the streetcar at the stops that have public art.  She will tell about the title, artist, and about how the work fits into the theme chosen for all the public art for this project.  She will also talk about some of Tucson's history.

    There is some walking (the equivalent of about 4 blocks at the second stop and also some walking from the streetcar stop to and from the restaurant) so it is advised that participants wear comfortable shoes, a hat if needed, and bring a bottle of water.

    The group will stop about half way through the stops to eat lunch at Gentle Ben's on University near the campus at your own expense.  An automatic 20% gratuity will be added to the cost of your lunch.

    Because the group will be at the mercy of the streetcar and the tempo of the group, we may not get back to the parked cars until 2-2:30 PM.

    Cost of the trip is $15.00 (includes streetcar pass).  No refunds after December 30, 2019

    Michele Hamel will be our leader.  Contact her at mhamel@comcast.net or 815-988-6716. If for any reason you cannot attend, after signing up, please let Michele know. 

    In order to participate in this event, you must be a member of the GVR Camera Club and GVR.

    • 01/08/2020
    • 7:30 AM - 2:00 PM
    • GVR Camera Club, Santa Rita Springs Social Center
    • 3
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     Bird Photography: Whitewater Draw for   Sandhill Cranes by Bus

     Cost is $50.

     This important bird area is dominated by an ephemeral lake, patchy   marshlands, and semi-arid grasslands. Approximately 600 acres are the   wetland. There are two small patches of riparian habitat. This Arizona   Game and Fish Wildlife Area is of state and regional significance as the   primary wintering area for Sandhill Cranes (Grus canadensis) in Arizona,  and includes both the Lesser (most numerous) and Greater subspecies.  Other birds may be seen here as well.

    This trip will be led by bird and nature expert, Sandy McMahan, who is a long-time teacher and trip leader. Whether you're an expert birder/photographer or a beginner, you will enjoy Sandy's narratives. If you have binoculars, you may want to bring them along. A small notebook and pen or pencil would be useful to record your sightings. 

    Bring a lunch and be sure to wear comfortable clothes and shoes. A hat and water are suggested.  We'll probably be here for about two hours, so you may bring a folding chair.

    Meet at the Camera Club at 7:30 AM.  The bus will leave for  at 7:45 AM. 

    Linda Gregory will be our leader.  For questions call Linda at 520-625-5121 or email at lsgregaz@gmail.com.

    Last refund date is December 29th, 2019

    To cancel your registration contact field trip facilitator at philr@iname.com or 269-978-6852

    In order to participate in this event, you must be a member of the GVR Camera Club and GVR.


    • 01/11/2020
    • 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • GVR Camera Club, Santa Rita Springs Social Center
    • 10
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    San Agustin Mission Garden and Living History Day at the Presidio San Agustin 

    Trip Cost $11.00

    We will start this field trip by visiting San Agustin Mission Garden whose mission is to preserve, honor, restore, recreate and promote the cultural heritage and historic landscapes of Tucson's birthplace at the foot of Sentinel Peak.  Mission Gardens has 11 different gardens representing native plants, early agriculture, Hohokan and O'odham agriculture, a Spanish Colonial Orchard, Mexican, Chinese, African American, Anglo and Yaqui gardens.

    We will then drive to Presidio San Agustin Museum for a Living History Day at the Presidio with the theme of the month being "Garrison of the Frontier".  This is a program that brings life inside the walls of the Presidio.  Volunteers re-enactors provide a glimpse of the Garrison life truly was like back when the Santa Cruz river flowed..  We will start the day with a 20 minutes tour of the Presidio led by a docent.

    For lunch we will go across the street to La Cocina restaurant.

    Both the Mission Garden and the Presidio are outoors.  Please be sure to wear flat shoes and appropriate clothing for the weather.

    A parking lot is located next to the Presidio for $5.00 a day and needs a credit card to pay. For those carpooling, $5.00 is  an appropriate contribution  to the driver for gas and parking. 

    Contact the Field Trip Guide Patty Ferguson at 520-647-1264 or email at piferguson13@gmail.com with any questions.  

    Additional information about the Presidio is available at Tucson Presidio Living History

    Meet at the Camera Club at 8:00 AM for carpooling, departure at 8:15.  

    For those who do not qualify as a senior, please pay the difference to the guide before leaving for the destination.

    If you need to cancel please contact the Field Trip Facilitator at philr@iname.com. We may have people on the wait list to take your place

     No refunds after January 5, 2019.

    In order to participate in this event, you must be a member of the GVR Camera Club and GVR.


    • 01/13/2020
    • 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
    • GVR Camera Club, Santa Rita Springs Social Center
    • 0
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    Streetcar/Art Trip 

    Cost $15

    The Tucson Streetcar Art field trip features some of the many unique works of public art displayed at the streetcar stations. With our included 24 hour streetcar pass, we will disembark at chosen stations to view selected artists' interpretation of the project theme "Flow". Art pieces have elements of light, movement, poetry, and/or visual art.

    We will meet at the Camera Club at 9:00 AM, depart at 9:15 AM to carpool to the Mercado San Agustin at the corner of Congress and Avenida Convento, the first streetcar stop.  Alinda, our tour guide will lead the trip from here on.  Participants will get off and on the streetcar at the stops that have public art.  She will tell about the title, artist, and about how the work fits into the theme chosen for all the public art for this project.  She will also talk about some of Tucson's history.

    There is some walking (the equivalent of about 4 blocks at the second stop and also some walking from the streetcar stop to and from the restaurant) so it is advised that participants wear comfortable shoes, a hat if needed, and bring a bottle of water.

    The group will stop about half way through the stops to eat lunch at Gentle Ben's on University near the campus at your own expense.  An automatic 20% gratuity will be added to the cost of your lunch.

    Because the group will be at the mercy of the streetcar and the tempo of the group, we may not get back to the parked cars until 2-2:30 PM.

    Cost of the trip is $15.00 (includes streetcar pass).  No refunds after January 6, 2020

    Michele Hamel will be our leader.  Contact her at mhamel@comcast.net or 815-988-6716. If for any reason you cannot attend, after signing up, please let Michele know. 

    To cancel your registration contact: Field Trip Facilitator at philr@iname.com or 269-978-6852

    In order to participate in this event, you must be a member of the GVR Camera Club and GVR.

    • 01/14/2020
    • 9:15 AM - 2:00 PM
    • GVR Camera Club, Santa Rita Springs Social Center
    • 15
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    HF Coors Dinnerware Factory

    Trip Cost $12

    Coors has been making world renowned restaurant china for years in CA and then moved to Tucson over 25 years ago. You will see the complete making, from pouring the powder into machines, making molds, hand painting to the finished product in the showroom. As a bonus, once the tour is completed, you receive 10% off any purchases. Their clients vary from designers, to Ellen (they make the mug that you see on her TV show), to the Presidential plane, Air Force One mug, and to specific cowboy dishes. You might be able to do a little Christmas shopping. Additional information at www.HFCoors.com

    Lunch is optional and at your own expense at the wonderful Roma Imports located near by.  You won't want to miss this place. Bet you will be able to do some Christmas shopping here, too. Menu: https://romaimports.com/restaurant-menu

    Notice:  Close toed shoes required as this is a factory.

    Meet at the Camera Club at 9:00 AM for carpooling, departure at 9:15.   $10 is the appropriate amount to split between riders in a carpool.

    Jane Forster will be our leader.  For questions email Jane at bjforster@msn.com or call at 303-881-3933.

    If you need to cancel please contact the Field Trip Facilitator at philr@iname.com. We may have people on the wait list to take your place.  

    No refunds after January 7

    In order to participate in this event, you must be a member of the GVR Camera Club and GVR.


    • 01/15/2020
    • 9:45 AM - 6:30 PM
    • GVR Camera Club, Santa Rita Springs Social Center
    • 0
    Registration is closed

    White Stallion Ranch  

           Trip Cost: $23        Maximum: 25 members


    Visit one of Arizona's best dude ranches! Arrive at the White Stallion ranch about 11:00 Members may wander around from 11:00 to 12:00 taking pictures. Horses and stables, a petting zoo, an historic ranch house, western landscape and more is available to photograph.

    At 11:30 horse drawn hay wagons start loading for the lunch cook out in the desert (spectacular scenery), returning back to the ranch about 1:30, or you can walk back to the ranch.  Lunch includes grilled meat choices and accompanying sides, drink and dessert. We will be eating with other guests of the ranch.

    At 1:30 explore the ranch on your own, or check with the office for things to do. You are free to return home, if you are not staying for the rodeo.

    A Rodeo show will be presented at 4:00 for the guests of the ranch by the employees. It ends about 5:30. A chance to get some action shots.

    For more information about this historic ranch click Here.

    To view a short video about the ranch, click Here.

    Meet at the Camera Club at 9:45 AM for carpooling, departure at 10:00 AM. Mort Spencer will be our leader.  For questions call Mort at 520-777-6768.

    To cancel your registration contact the field trip facilitator at philr@iname.com or             269-978-6852

    No refunds after January 8, 2020 

    In order to participate in this event, you must be a member of the GVR Camera Club and GVR.

    • 01/19/2020
    • 8:00 AM - 2:30 PM
    • GVR Camera Club, Santa Rita Springs Social Center
    • 5
    Register

     Bird Photography: Sweetwater   Wetlands/Columbus Park 


    Cost: $12

    Sweetwater Wetlands is the top birding area in the Tucson metro area. This water-rich streamside riparian zone supports a huge variety of wildlife, including dragonflies, raccoons, hawks, bobcats and dozens of other species that make the wetlands their full- or part-time home.  Paths are flat and either decomposed granite or gravel.

    If you have binoculars, you may want to bring them along. A small notebook and pen or pencil would be useful to record your sightings. 

    Be sure to wear comfortable clothes and shoes. A hat and water are suggested.  Bring your lunch so you can spend as much time as you want observing birds and activities that weren't visible when the reeds were very high.

    Meet at the Camera Club at 8 AM for carpooling.  We will leave for Sweetwater at 8:15 AM. 

    Linda Gregory will be our leader.  For questions call Linda at 520-625-5121 or email at lsgregaz@gmail.com.

    To cancel your registration contact Field Trip Facilitator at philr@iname.com or 269-078-6852.

    Last date for refund is January 9. 

    In order to participate in this event, you must be a member of the GVR Camera Club and GVR.


    • 01/23/2020
    • 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • GVR Camera Club, Santa Rita Springs Social Center
    • 8
    Register

    Border Patrol Briefing

    Trip Cost: Free

    YOU MUST BE VETTED TO  ATTEND THIS FIELD TRIP

    information entered on the registration form will be mailed to the Border Patrol for vetting before the event.

    Groups that attend are briefed with a Border Patrol 101 presentation.  It is conducted in the conference room and it provides a basic oversight on Border Patrol Operations.  The presentation takes anywhere from 45 minutes to an hour.  Questions are encouraged during the presentation.  Once BP 101 concludes, there will be a station walk through.  It is presented so that groups may have the chance to view some of the gear and updated technology.  Questions are also encouraged during the walk through.  Carpooling is highly recommended since parking will be limited. Wear comfortable walking shoes and bring water. 

    Meet at the Camera Club at 7:45 am and depart at 8:00 am. 

    Lunch will be on your own.

    Last sign up date is January 13, 2020

    Michele Hamel will be the trip leader. For questions contact mhamel@comcast.com.

    To cancel your registration contact: Field Trip Facilitator at philr@iname.com or 269-978-6852

    You must be a GVR member and a member of the Camera Club to attend this field trip.



    • 01/24/2020
    • 9:45 AM - 3:30 PM
    • GVR Camera Club, Santa Rita Springs Social Center
    • 5
    Register

    Hotel Congress/Transportation Museum

    Trip Cost $14

    Meet at the Camera Club at 9:45 AM for carpooling, maps and instructions. Depart at 10:00 AM. 

    Parking is recommended in Depot Plaza Garage at rate of $1.00 per hour.  Carpoolers please chip in for parking and gas.

    We will travel to Hotel Congress in downtown Tucson. We will meet our host Jocelyn in the lobby at 11 am for a 45 minute tour of this historic hotel.  We will see rooms/amenities, Copper Hall and learn the history of the hotel. The Hotel is known for being the site of the capture of gangster and bank robber John Dillinger in 1934.  The Hotel does not usually conduct tours on Friday , so they are doing us a favor.  Coffee at Maynards.

    For information on Hotel Congress History: Hotel Congress History

    After this tour we will walk to lunch at the Hub Restaurant and Ice Creamery.  Lunch will be at your own expense. After lunch we will walk to the next tour.

    At 1:00 pm we will meet our hosts Rose and Paul at the Southern Arizona Transportation Museum for a 45 minute tour.  We will be given information about the museum and a viewing of Locomotive #1673 which starred in “Oklahoma”. There is no way to understand the history of Tucson until you witness the incredible impact the arrival of the Southern Pacific Railroad had on, what was then (1880), a tiny (mostly) Mexican village. 

    Michele Hamel will be our Guide. For additional information contact her at mhamel@comcast.net 815-988-6716

    To cancel your registration contact: Field Trip Facilitator at philr@iname.com or 269-978-6852

    In order to participate in this event, you must be a member of the GVR Camera Club and GVR.


    • 01/28/2020
    • 11:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    • GVR Camera Club, Santa Rita Springs Social Center
    • 21
    Register

    Tucson Windows and Doors

    Cost - FREE!!

    You will be exploring several blocks on either side of the Tucson Convention Center. This is a favorite area for both artists and photographers. Bring water and wear comfortable shoes as we will be walking several blocks.

    We will go to lunch first somewhere before taking pictures at members' option and expense.

     Meet at the Camera Club at 11:30AM, and depart at 11:45 AM. Wally Watson will be the trip leader. For questions call Wally at 303-902-5972.

    If you need to cancel please contact the Field Trip Facilitator at philr@iname.com. We may have people on the wait list to take your place.  

    Note: last day to cancel registration is January 21.

    Return time is approximate. 

    In order to participate in this event, you must be a member of the GVR Camera Club and GVR.

    • 02/04/2020
    • 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    • GVR Camera Club, Santa Rita Springs Social Center
    • 17
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    Rancho de la Osa     Cost is $15 - includes lunch

    Rancho de las Osa is an historic ranch and sportsman's paradise, situated on 590 acres and surrounded by an additional 120,000 acres of the Buenos Aires Wildlife Refuge in Sasabe, AZ, near the MX border. It is really a true and historic place made up of luxurious adobe guest rooms, Mexican antiques and vintage furniture and a perfect location for horseback riding, wildlife photography and more. There is a barn with horses. 

    A long list of historical people have stayed here; John Wayne (guest room 10), Margaret Mitchell (author of Gone With the Wind), Poncho Villa, and several US presidents. The Marshall Plan was drafted at this ranch. On April 3, 1948, President Truman signed the Economic Recovery Act of 1948. It became known as the Marshall Plan, named for Secretary of State George Marshall, who in 1947 proposed that the United States provide economic assistance to restore the economic infrastructure of postwar Europe.

    Lunch will be a buffet of assorted items. Please inform the the Field Trip Leader if there are dietary restrictions.  A cash bar is available prior to lunch. Pl

    You may fall in love and want to come back to stay or maybe have a reunion at the ranch.

    Additional information at ranchodelaosa.com

    Meet at the Camera Club at 8:15 AM for carpooling, departure at 8:30. Return time is late afternoon.  Jane Forester will be our leader.  Contact her at  bjforster@msn.com or        303-881-3933

    If you need to cancel please contact the Field Trip Facilitator at philr@iname.com. We may have people on the wait list to take your place.  

    No refunds after January 25, 2020

    In order to participate in this event, you must be a member of the GVR Camera Club and GVR.

    • 02/05/2020
    • 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • GVR Camera Club, Santa Rita Springs Social Center
    • 5
    Register

    Gastronomic Tour of Nogales Mexico


    Trip Cost $100

    If you are curious to learn what exactly is Sonoran food and how it differs from wider Mexican cuisine, this gastronomic tour of Nogales will clarify the regional characteristics of our vibrant southern neighbor while providing a background in cultural heritage. Visitors to Nogales, Sonora are often geographically limited to walking distance in the main tourist zones for dining options while visiting south of the border. This tour takes you off that beaten path and deeper into Nogales to the modern gastronomic zone of local Nogalenses.  This tour is your chance to taste and see for yourself.  Proceeds from BCA's gastronomic tour go to support Nogales, Sonora's Down Association Chef Skills program 

    This NY Times featured daytrip includes

    • a visit to the landmark symbol of Nogales - the statues known as Monument to Benito Juarez and the Mono Bichi,
    • a short craft beer orientation and tasting at Argova Brewing Company  
    • a dedicated stop for a mariscos taco and agua fresca at a Sonoran Sea of Cortez seafood restaurant
    • a multi course meal at the modern central Mexican cuisine dining venue, La Llorona
    • a visit the historic old plaza de toros bullfighting ring.

    This is a unique opportunity for craft beer enthusiasts and those passionate for Latin American cooking. Experience Nogales beyond the tourist zone through its vibrant culinary scene while supporting borderlands nonprofit work! 

    This trip is provided by the Border Community Alliance (BCA). BCA is about bridging the border and fostering community through education, collaboration and cultural exchange. This is done in the Nogales region of Southern Arizona/Sonora Mexico.

    There will be an orientation meeting at the camera club (date and time to be announced), where you will have a chance to meet your fellow travelers and hear about the Mexican context today, ask questions and fill out the waiver form. To provide an intimate and safe experience, groups are limited in size to about 16, traveling together in a van with your guide. Your fee includes transportation, food, expert guidance, tax and tips. You may tip the van driver.  Returning to the US, participants know that they have had a significant learning experience.

    What to wear and bring

    ·        Please remember to bring your passport!

    ·        While there is not a lot of walking, we suggest comfortable shoes. Men in Mexico do not generally wear shorts. Long pants or slacks are probably best for both men and women. No tank or halter tops or short shorts. You may want to bring an eco-friendly bottle of water and wear sunscreen.

    ·        You may want to bring money for purchasing snacks and souvenirs. US dollars are accepted or you can bring pesos. If you bring snacks with you or bring food back, fruit, veggies and meat are usually not allowed to come back with you over the border.  This is where you will need your passport. 

    Waiver of Liability

    ·        When you arrive, you’ll be asked to complete a Waiver of Liability, if you have not already done so at the orientation meeting. A copy will be provided to you or you may wish to download and print from the link below. 

    ·        Waiver-of-Liability-CBT.pdf

    Information from the Camera Club Field Trip Guide

    Meet at the Camera Club parking lot at 7:00AM, and depart at 7:15AM. 

    There is a $5 all day parking fee at Burger King. Pay Burger King when you arrive to obtain a parking pass.The carpooling mileage is less than 100 miles and parking is $5, so $15-$20 is appropriate to split among the riders for gas payment and parking to the driver, if you are car pooling. 

    8:00 Meet Alex La Pierre (BCA Guide) at Burger King in Nogales AZ.

    Walk across the border as a group with the guide Alex, to the awaiting luxury 20 seat van with professional driver.  Estimated return time to Burger King is 4PM 

    FT Guide:  Sue Rock, philr@iname.com or 269-978-6852.  Contact Sue with any questions.

    If you need to cancel please contact the Field Trip Facilitator at philr@iname.com. We may have people on the wait list to take your place.  

    Last date for refund is January 24.

    In order to participate in this event, you must be a member of the GVR Camera Club and GVR.

    Note: The BCA is a 501(c)(3) charitable non-profit organization. It has no religious or political affiliations. It depends on donations and grants for funding. Incorporated in the state of Arizona,the board members reside in southern Arizona.The advisory board consists of people from across the globe. BCA is based in Tubac, Arizona, a community forty miles south of Tucson and twenty miles north of the US/Mexico border.

    Values: We believe in social investment, not charity.  We seek to listen and learn from each other, rather than presume we know it all. We respect the cultures and traditions of both Mexico and the US.We value working together with like-minded organizations and individuals on both sides of the border.We welcome participation in our programs regardless of one’s viewpoint of immigration.





    • 02/11/2020
    • 8:00 AM - 2:30 PM
    • GVR Camera Club, Santa Rita Springs Social Center
    • 7
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    Bird Photography: Sweetwater Wetlands/Reid Park 

     Cost - $12

     Sweetwater Wetlands is the top birding area in the Tucson metro   area. This water-rich streamside riparian zone supports a huge   variety of wildlife, including dragonflies, raccoons, hawks, bobcats and dozens of other species that make the wetlands their full- or part-time home.  Paths are flat and either decomposed granite or gravel.

    We'll then move to Reid Park where we will have our lunch and see numerous feathered winter visitors.

    If you have binoculars, you may want to bring them along. A small notebook and pen or pencil would be useful to record your sightings. 

    Be sure to wear comfortable clothes and shoes. A hat and water are suggested.  Bring your lunch so you can spend as much time as you want observing birds and activities that weren't visible when the reeds were very high.

    Meet at the Camera Club at 8 AM for carpooling.  We will leave for Sweetwater at 8:15 AM. Bring your lunch. 

    Linda Gregory will be our leader.  For questions call Linda at 520-625-5121 or email at lsgregaz@gmail.com.

    If you need to cancel please contact the Field Trip Facilitator at philr@iname.com. We may have people on the wait list to take your place.  

    Last date for refund is February 4, 2020.

    In order to participate in this event, you must be a member of the GVR Camera Club and GVR.


    • 02/11/2020
    • 9:15 AM - 2:00 PM
    • GVR Camera Club, Santa Rita Springs Social Center
    • 12
    Register

    HF Coors Dinnerware Factory

    Trip Cost $12

    Coors has been making world renowned restaurant china for years in CA and then moved to Tucson over 25 years ago. You will see the complete making, from pouring the powder into machines, making molds, hand painting to the finished product in the showroom. As a bonus, once the tour is completed, you receive 10% off any purchases. Their clients vary from designers, to Ellen (they make the mug that you see on her TV show), to the Presidential plane, Air Force One mug, and to specific cowboy dishes. You might be able to do a little Christmas shopping. Additional information at www.HFCoors.com

    Notice:  Close toed shoes are required as this is a factory.

    Lunch is optional and at your own expense at the wonderful Roma Imports located near by.  You won't want to miss this place. Bet you will be able to do some Christmas shopping here, too. Menu: https://romaimports.com/restaurant-menu

    Meet at the Camera Club at 9:00 AM for carpooling, departure at 9:15.  $10 is the appropriate amount to split between riders in a carpool.  

    Jane Forster will be our leader.  For questions email. Jane at bjforster@msn.com or call her at 303-881-3933. 

    If you need to cancel please contact the Field Trip Facilitator at philr@iname.com. We may have people on the wait list to take your place.  

    No refunds after February 4.

    In order to participate in this event, you must be a member of the GVR Camera Club and GVR.


    • 02/26/2020
    • 8:15 AM - 2:30 PM
    • GVR Camera Club, Santa Rita Springs Social Center
    • 1
    Register

    Bird Photography at Patagonia State Park 

    Cost:  $12

    Birdwatching/photography is excellent almost anywhere within the Park or Natural Area.There will be two options offered on this trip.  Sandy McMahan will lead members around the lake on multi-leveled and sometimes rough paths.   In addition, there is a short birding trail that terminates at a spot on the southeastern bank of Patagonia Lake. The Park Service has installed multiple bird feeders of various types which attract a wide variety of seed-eating and nectar-feeding birds. There is plenty of room to set up your tripod and even a bench to relax while enjoying the wildlife.  You have your choice depending upon your mobility.

    Bring a lunch and be sure to wear comfortable clothes and shoes. A hat and water are suggested. 

    Meet at the Camera Club at 8:15 AM for carpooling, depart at 8:30 AM. There is a $15 entrance fee to the state park per vehicle. This cost is in addition to your trip fee.  You are encouraged to carpool and collectively pay for the entrance fee and reimburse driver for gas. 

    Linda Gregory will be our leader.  For questions call Linda at 520-625-5121 or email at lsgregaz@gmail.com.

    To cancel your registration contact Field Trip Facilitator at philr@iname.com or 269-978-6852

    No refunds after 2/19/20.

    In order to participate in this event, you must be a member of the GVR Camera Club and GVR.

    • 03/10/2020
    • 7:30 AM - 2:30 PM
    • GVR Camera Club, Santa Rita Springs Social Center
    • 2
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    Bird Photography:  Hawk Watch in Tubac/Anza Trail Along the Santa Cruz River

    Trip Cost $12

    We will visit the Ron Morris Park in Tubac for the annual hawk watch.  Every March three species of hawks -- black, gray and zone-tailed -  migrate north on the Santa Cruz River. Tubac is said to be the easiest and most likely place to see them. 

    We will then walk a section of the Anza Trail along the Santa Cruz River.

    The trip will be led by bird and nature expert, Sandy McMahan, who is a long-time teacher and trip leader. Whether you're an expert birder/photographer or a beginner, you will enjoy Sandy's narratives. If you have binoculars, you may want to bring them along. A small notebook and pen or pencil would be useful to record your sightings. 

    Bring a lunch or have lunch on your own in Tubac.  Be sure to wear comfortable clothes and shoes. A hat and water are suggested.  

    Meet at the Camera Club at 7:30  AM for carpooling.  We will leave for Tubac at 7:45 AM. 

    Linda Gregory will be our leader.  For questions call Linda at 520-625-5121 or email at lsgregaz@gmail.com.

    Last refund date is 3/3.  

    To cancel your registration contact Field Trip Facilitator at philr@iname.com or 269-978-6852

    In order to participate in this event, you must be a member of the GVR Camera Club and GVR.


    • 03/12/2020
    • 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • GVR Camera Club, Santa Rita Springs Social Center
    • 9
    Register

    Gastronomic Tour of Nogales Mexico

    Trip Cost $100

    If you are curious to learn what exactly is Sonoran food and how it differs from wider Mexican cuisine, this gastronomic tour of Nogales will clarify the regional characteristics of our vibrant southern neighbor while providing a background in cultural heritage. Visitors to Nogales, Sonora are often geographically limited to walking distance in the main tourist zones for dining options while visiting south of the border. This tour takes you off that beaten path and deeper into Nogales to the modern gastronomic zone of local Nogalenses.  This tour is your chance to taste and see for yourself.  Proceeds from BCA's gastronomic tour go to support Nogales, Sonora's Down Association Chef Skills program 

    This NY Times featured daytrip includes

    • a visit to the landmark symbol of Nogales - the statues known as Monument to Benito Juarez and the Mono Bichi,
    • a short craft beer orientation and tasting at Argova Brewing Company  
    • a dedicated stop for a mariscos taco and agua fresca at a Sonoran Sea of Cortez seafood restaurant
    • a multi course meal at the modern central Mexican cuisine dining venue, La Llorona
    • a visit the historic old plaza de toros bullfighting ring.

    This is a unique opportunity for craft beer enthusiasts and those passionate for Latin American cooking. Experience Nogales beyond the tourist zone through its vibrant culinary scene while supporting borderlands nonprofit work! 

    This trip is provided by the Border Community Alliance (BCA). BCA is about bridging the border and fostering community through education, collaboration and cultural exchange. This is done in the Nogales region of Southern Arizona/Sonora Mexico.

    There will be an orientation meeting at the camera club (date and time to be announced), where you will have a chance to meet your fellow travelers and hear about the Mexican context today, ask questions and fill out the waiver form. To provide an intimate and safe experience, groups are limited in size to about 16, traveling together in a van with your guide. Your fee includes transportation, food, expert guidance, tax and tips. You may tip the van driver.  Returning to the US, participants know that they have had a significant learning experience.

    What to wear and bring

    ·        Please remember to bring your passport!

    ·        While there is not a lot of walking, we suggest comfortable shoes. Men in Mexico do not generally wear shorts. Long pants or slacks are probably best for both men and women. No tank or halter tops or short shorts. You may want to bring an eco-friendly bottle of water and wear sunscreen.

    ·        You may want to bring money for purchasing snacks and souvenirs. US dollars are accepted or you can bring pesos. If you bring snacks with you or bring food back, fruit, veggies and meat are usually not allowed to come back with you over the border.  This is where you will need your passport. 

    Waiver of Liability

    ·        When you arrive, you’ll be asked to complete a Waiver of Liability, if you have not already done so at the orientation meeting. A copy will be provided to you or you may wish to download and print from the link below. 

    ·        Waiver-of-Liability-CBT.pdf

    Information from the Camera Club Field Trip Guide

    Meet at the Camera Club parking lot at 7:00AM, and depart at 7:15AM. 

    There is a $5 all day parking fee at Burger King. Pay Burger King when you arrive to obtain a parking pass.The carpooling mileage is less than 100 miles and parking is $5, so $15-$20 is appropriate to split among the riders for gas payment and parking to the driver, if you are car pooling. 

    8:00 Meet Alex La Pierre (BCA Guide) at Burger King in Nogales AZ.

    Walk across the border as a group with the guide Alex, to the awaiting luxury 20 seat van with professional driver.  Estimated return time to Burger King is 4PM 

    FT Guide:  Sue Rock, philr@iname.com or 269-978-6852.  Contact Sue with any questions

    To cancel your registration contact the Field Trip Facilitator at philr@iname.com.  Last date for refund is March 2.

    In order to participate in this event, you must be a member of the GVR Camera Club and GVR.

    Note: The BCA is a 501(c)(3) charitable non-profit organization. It has no religious or political affiliations. It depends on donations and grants for funding. Incorporated in the state of Arizona,the board members reside in southern Arizona.The advisory board consists of people from across the globe. BCA is based in Tubac, Arizona, a community forty miles south of Tucson and twenty miles north of the US/Mexico border.

    Values: We believe in social investment, not charity.  We seek to listen and learn from each other, rather than presume we know it all. We respect the cultures and traditions of both Mexico and the US.We value working together with like-minded organizations and individuals on both sides of the border.We welcome participation in our programs regardless of one’s viewpoint of immigration.





    • 03/12/2020
    • 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • GVR Camera Club, Santa Rita Springs Social Center
    • 13
    Register

    Border Patrol Briefing

    Trip Cost: Free

    YOU MUST BE VETTED TO  ATTEND THIS FIELD TRIP

    information entered on the registration form will be mailed to the Border Patrol for vetting before the event.

    Groups that attend are briefed with a Border Patrol 101 presentation.  It is conducted in the conference room and it provides a basic oversight on Border Patrol Operations.  The presentation takes anywhere from 45 minutes to an hour.  Questions are encouraged during the presentation.  Once BP 101 concludes, there will be a station walk through.  It is presented so that groups may have the chance to view some of the gear and updated technology.  Questions are also encouraged during the walk through.  Carpooling is highly recommended since parking will be limited. Wear comfortable walking shoes and bring water. Canadians Welcome!

    Meet at the Camera Club at 7:45 am and depart at 8:00 am. 

    Lunch will be on your own.

    Last sign up date is March 1, 2020

    Michele Hamel will be the trip leader. For questions contact mhamel@comcast.com.

    To cancel your registration contact: Field Trip Facilitator at philr@iname.com or 269-978-6852

    You must be a GVR member and a member of the Camera Club to attend this field trip.



    • 03/25/2020
    • 8:15 AM - 2:30 PM
    • GVR Camera Club, Santa Rita Springs Social Center
    • 12
    Register

    Tucson Audubon's Paton Center for Hummingbirds

     Cost:  $17

     NOTE:  This trip is designed especially for those   members who have mobility issues.  There is a   covered sitting area which is easily accessed through   a beautiful butterfly garden.  You can simply sit and   enjoy/photograph the birds.

    Located on the edge of Patagonia, the Paton Center for Hummingbirds is a place to explore and experience the special birds of southeast Arizona. It is dedicated to the celebration and conservation of hummingbirds—and all of southeast Arizona’s astounding biodiversity—through recreation, education, and sustainable living. 213 bird species have been reported for this cozy home lot on the outskirts of Patagonia, including Violet-crowned Hummingbirds, Gray Hawks, Varied Buntings, Thick-billed Kingbirds, and many more local specialties.

    Led by bird and nature expert, Sandy McMahan, who is a long-time teacher and trip leader. Whether you're an expert birder/photographer or a beginner, you will enjoy Sandy's narratives. If you have binoculars, you may want to bring them along. A small notebook and pen or pencil would be useful to record your sightings. 

    Bring your lunch.

    Meet at the Camera Club at 8:15 AM for carpooling, depart at 8:30 AM. 

    To cancel your registration contact Field Trip Facilitator at philr@iname.com or 269-978-6852

    No refunds after 3/16/18.

    In order to participate in this event, you must be a member of the GVR Camera Club and GVR.

    • 04/03/2020
    • 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • GVR Camera Club, Santa Rita Springs Social Center
    • 16
    Register


    Gastronomic Tour of Nogales Mexico



    Trip Cost $100

    If you are curious to learn what exactly is Sonoran food and how it differs from wider Mexican cuisine, this gastronomic tour of Nogales will clarify the regional characteristics of our vibrant southern neighbor while providing a background in cultural heritage. Visitors to Nogales, Sonora are often geographically limited to walking distance in the main tourist zones for dining options while visiting south of the border. This tour takes you off that beaten path and deeper into Nogales to the modern gastronomic zone of local Nogalenses.  This tour is your chance to taste and see for yourself.  Proceeds from BCA's gastronomic tour go to support Nogales, Sonora's Down Association Chef Skills program 

    This NY Times featured daytrip includes

    • a visit to the landmark symbol of Nogales - the statues known as Monument to Benito Juarez and the Mono Bichi,
    • a short craft beer orientation and tasting at Argova Brewing Company  
    • a dedicated stop for a mariscos taco and agua fresca at a Sonoran Sea of Cortez seafood restaurant
    • a multi course meal at the modern central Mexican cuisine dining venue, La Llorona
    • a visit the historic old plaza de toros bullfighting ring.

    This is a unique opportunity for craft beer enthusiasts and those passionate for Latin American cooking. Experience Nogales beyond the tourist zone through its vibrant culinary scene while supporting borderlands nonprofit work! 

    This trip is provided by the Border Community Alliance (BCA). BCA is about bridging the border and fostering community through education, collaboration and cultural exchange. This is done in the Nogales region of Southern Arizona/Sonora Mexico.

    There will be an orientation meeting at the camera club (date and time to be announced), where you will have a chance to meet your fellow travelers and hear about the Mexican context today, ask questions and fill out the waiver form. To provide an intimate and safe experience, groups are limited in size to about 16, traveling together in a van with your guide. Your fee includes transportation, food, expert guidance, tax and tips. You may tip the van driver.  Returning to the US, participants know that they have had a significant learning experience.

    What to wear and bring

    ·        Please remember to bring your passport!

    ·        While there is not a lot of walking, we suggest comfortable shoes. Men in Mexico do not generally wear shorts. Long pants or slacks are probably best for both men and women. No tank or halter tops or short shorts. You may want to bring an eco-friendly bottle of water and wear sunscreen.

    ·        You may want to bring money for purchasing snacks and souvenirs. US dollars are accepted or you can bring pesos. If you bring snacks with you or bring food back, fruit, veggies and meat are usually not allowed to come back with you over the border.  This is where you will need your passport. 

    Waiver of Liability

    ·        When you arrive, you’ll be asked to complete a Waiver of Liability, if you have not already done so at the orientation meeting. A copy will be provided to you or you may wish to download and print from the link below. 

    ·        Waiver-of-Liability-CBT.pdf

    Information from the Camera Club Field Trip Guide

    Meet at the Camera Club parking lot at 7:00AM, and depart at 7:15AM. 

    There is a $5 all day parking fee at Burger King. Pay Burger King when you arrive to obtain a parking pass.The carpooling mileage is less than 100 miles and parking is $5, so $15-$20 is appropriate to split among the riders for gas payment and parking to the driver, if you are car pooling. 

    8:00 Meet Alex La Pierre (BCA Guide) at Burger King in Nogales AZ.

    Walk across the border as a group with the guide Alex, to the awaiting luxury 20 seat van with professional driver.  Estimated return time to Burger King is 4PM 

    FT Guide:  Sue Rock, philr@iname.com or 269-978-6852.  Contact Sue with any questions

    If you need to cancel please contact the Field Trip Facilitator at philr@iname.com. We may have people on the wait list to take your place.  


    In order to participate in this event, you must be a member of the GVR Camera Club and GVR.

    Note: The BCA is a 501(c)(3) charitable non-profit organization. It has no religious or political affiliations. It depends on donations and grants for funding. Incorporated in the state of Arizona,the board members reside in southern Arizona.The advisory board consists of people from across the globe. BCA is based in Tubac, Arizona, a community forty miles south of Tucson and twenty miles north of the US/Mexico border.

    Values: We believe in social investment, not charity.  We seek to listen and learn from each other, rather than presume we know it all. We respect the cultures and traditions of both Mexico and the US.We value working together with like-minded organizations and individuals on both sides of the border.We welcome participation in our programs regardless of one’s viewpoint of immigration.





    • 04/04/2020
    • 7:30 AM - 3:00 PM
    • GVR Camera Club, Santa Rita Springs Social Center
    • 7
    Register

    Bird Photography: Pena Blanca Lake 

    Cost is $12

    Located in the Pajarito Mountain foothills of Nogales, Arizona, the lake is surrounded by grassy, oak-dotted hills, some topped with bluffs of limestone. This is a popular fishing lake, but you can see unusual birds and waterfowl as well. We will be visiting during migration season. The walking is easy on fairly level paths.

    This trip will be led by bird and nature expert, Sandy McMahan, who is a long-time teacher and trip leader. Whether you're an expert birder/photographer or a beginner, you will enjoy Sandy's narratives. If you have binoculars, you may want to bring them along. A small notebook and pen or pencil would be useful to record your sightings. 

    Bring a lunch and be sure to wear comfortable clothes and shoes. A hat and water are suggested.  

    Meet at the Camera Club at 7:30  AM for carpooling.  We will leave for Pena Lake  at 7:45 AM. Please give your driver some money for gas.

     Linda Gregory will be our leader.  For questions call Linda at 520-625-5121 or email at lsgregaz@gmail.com.

    Last refund date is March 25th, 2020

    To cancel your registration contact Field Trip facilitator at philr@iname.com or 269-978-6852

    In order to participate in this event, you must be a member of the GVR Camera Club and GVR.


    • 04/07/2020
    • 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • GVR Camera Club, Santa Rita Springs Social Center
    • 22
    Register

    Tucson Windows and Doors

    Cost - FREE!!

    You will be exploring several blocks on either side of the Tucson Convention Center. This is a favorite area for both artists and photographers. Bring water and wear comfortable shoes as we will be walking several blocks.

    We will go to lunch after taking pictures at members' option and expense.

     Meet at the Camera Club at 9:00:00 AM, and depart at 9:15 AM. Wally Watson will be the trip leader. For questions call Wally at 303-902-5972.


    If you need to cancel please contact the Field Trip Facilitator at philr@iname.com. We may have people on the wait list to take your place.  

    Note last day to cancel registration is March 31.

    Return time is approximate. 

    In order to participate in this event, you must be a member of the GVR Camera Club and GVR.

    • 04/08/2020
    • 7:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    • GVR Camera Club, Santa Rita Springs Social Center
    • 12
    Register

    Bird Photography: Madera Canyon - Hummingbirds at the Santa Rita Lodge


    Cost is $12

    Near the main parking area of the Lodge is the ‘Wildlife Area’ with varied feeders-seed feeders, platform feeders, nectar, and suet-to attract the greatest variety of birds. There is also a water feature which is not only popular among canyon birds, but also deer, coati, and ring-tailed cats. 

    This trip will be led by bird and nature expert, Sandy McMahan, who is a long-time teacher and trip leader, we will  Whether you're an expert birder/photographer or a beginner, you will enjoy Sandy's narratives. If you have binoculars, you may want to bring them along. A small notebook and pen or pencil would be useful to record your sightings. 

    Be sure to wear comfortable clothes and shoes. A hat and water are suggested.  Lunch is on your own.

    Meet at the Camera Club at 7:30  AM for carpooling.  We will leave for Madera Canyon at 7:45 AM. Please contribute gas money for your driver.

    Linda Gregory will be our leader.  For questions call Linda at 520-625-5121 or email at lsgregaz@gmail.com.

    To cancel your registration contact Field Trip Facilitator at philr@iname.com or 269-978-6752

    Last refund date is March 29th, 2020

    In order to participate in this event, you must be a member of the GVR Camera Club and GVR.


Past events

12/10/2019 Trail Dust Town Tucson
12/06/2019 Day Trip to Magdalena Mexico
12/04/2019 Bird Photography:Madera Canyon
12/03/2019 Tucson Windows and Doors (December)
12/03/2019 HF Coors Dinnerware Factory (December)
11/18/2019 Lost Barrio Tucson
11/16/2019 Tucson Botanical Garden and Butterfly Exhibit
11/09/2019 Pima Air and Space Museum (November)
11/05/2019 Gastronomic Tour of Nogales Mexico (November)
11/02/2019 Empire Ranch Cowboy Festival $10.00 per car
10/30/2019 Bird Photography:Tohono Chul Park
10/23/2019 Gammons Gulch Movie Set and Museum
10/16/2019 October Tucson Windows and Doors: FREE
10/15/2019 Tucson Murals featuring Hotel McCoy
10/13/2019 Bird Photography: Anza Trail around Tumacacori Mission/Santa Gertrudis Lane
09/16/2019 September Tucson Windows and Doors: FREE
04/24/2019 White Stallion Ranch
04/18/2019 The Neon Attraction in Tucson
04/10/2019 Day Trip to Magdalena Mexico (April)
04/09/2019 Equine Voices Horse Sanctuary and Rescue
04/09/2019 Bird Photography: Pena Blanca Lake (April 9)
04/08/2019 Tucson Windows and Doors: FREE
03/26/2019 Bird Photography: Sweetwater Wetlands After the Burn -- FREE!
03/25/2019 Desert Meadows Park by Smart Phone
03/21/2019 Gammons Gulch Movie Set and Museum
03/19/2019 Tucson Windows and Doors: FREE
03/19/2019 Border Patrol Briefing: FREE and YOU MUST BE VETTED TO ATTEND THIS FIELD TRIP
03/18/2019 Arid Garden Park by Smart Phone
03/16/2019 Pow Wow at San Xavier Mission
03/13/2019 Pima Air and Space Museum
03/12/2019 Day Trip to Magdalena Mexico (March)
03/05/2019 Bird Photography: Anza Trail around Tumacacori Mission/Hawk Walk in Tubac
03/04/2019 Hidden Gems of Tubac
02/27/2019 Hotel Congress/Southern Arizona Railroad Museum
02/27/2019 White Stallion Ranch
02/26/2019 Bird Photography: Canoa Ranch Lake
02/14/2019 Butterfly Wonderland--A Rain Forest Experience
02/12/2019 HF Coors: $12.00
02/12/2019 Border Patrol Briefing: FREE and YOU MUST BE VETTED TO ATTEND THIS FIELD TRIP
02/05/2019 Day Trip to Magdalena Mexico (February 5)
02/02/2019 Bird Photography: Sweetwater Wetlands and Reid Park
01/28/2019 Tucson Windows and Doors: FREE
01/21/2019 Bird Photography: Sweetwater Wetlands and Reid Park
01/15/2019 HF Coors: $12.00
01/12/2019 Presidio San Agustin de Tucson
01/09/2019 Streetcar/Art Trip (January 9)
12/04/2018 Tucson Windows and Doors: FREE
12/04/2018 HF Coors: $12.00
11/27/2018 November Birding/Nature Photography
11/14/2018 White Stallion Ranch
11/09/2018 Border Patrol Briefing: FREE and YOU MUST BE VETTED TO ATTEND THIS FIELD TRIP
11/07/2018 Day Trip to Magdalena Mexico: $104.00; CURRENT PASSPORT REQUIRED
11/03/2018 Empire Ranch Roundup and Open House: $10.00 per car
10/31/2018 Streetcar/Art Trip: $17.00 (includes streetcar pass)
10/01/2018 Tucson Windows and Doors: FREE
09/11/2018 Tucson Windows and Doors: FREE
04/13/2018 Kartchner Caverns State Park Photographer's Tour
04/06/2018 Pontoon Boat Tour on Patagonia Lake
04/04/2018 Oasis Sanctuary (Exotic Bird Rescue) Cascabel AZ
03/27/2018 St Anthony's Greek Monastery
03/20/2018 Tucson Windows and Doors
03/18/2018 Valley of the Moon Park Tour
03/14/2018 White Stallion Ranch
03/13/2018 ASARCO Mine Tour
03/09/2018 Pontoon Boat Tour on Patagonia Lake
03/05/2018 Gammon's Gulch - Working with Live Models in Western Town
03/02/2018 Colossal Cave Tour
03/01/2018 Senior Games Photographers Needed
02/27/2018 AZ-Sonora Desert Museum Guided Tour and Raptor Free Flight
02/27/2018 Odysea Aquarium (Scottsdale)
02/21/2018 Walking Tour of Fourth Avenue
02/19/2018 Tucson Windows and Doors
02/13/2018 Rancho de la Osa
02/09/2018 Border Patrol Tour -- Nogales
02/07/2018 White Stallion Ranch
02/06/2018 HF Coors
01/31/2018 American Indian Arts Exposition
01/26/2018 Yume Japanese Garden--Tucson
01/25/2018 Reid Park Zoo - Behind the Scenes
01/24/2018 Paul Bond Boot Factory
01/16/2018 San Xavier Mission Tour
01/09/2018 Tucson Windows and Doors
12/16/2017 Old Tucson Studios (movie set)
12/13/2017 Tucson Windows and Doors
12/12/2017 HF Coors
12/07/2017 Philabaum Glass Gallery and Studio
11/11/2017 Butterflies of Tohono Chul
11/04/2017 Empire Ranch Roundup and Open House
10/21/2017 Anza Days Tubac Presidio State Historical Park
10/14/2017 Anza Day at Historic Canoa Ranch
09/23/2017 Tucson Botanical Gardens
03/28/2017 Tucson Windows and Doors
03/16/2017 Gammon's Gulch
03/14/2017 Reid Park Zoo - Behind the Scenes
03/02/2017 Tohono Chul Park
03/01/2017 Southern Arizona Senior Games Photographers Needed
02/22/2017 White Stallion Ranch
02/20/2017 Tucson Windows and Doors
02/15/2017 Reid Park Zoo - Behind the Scenes
01/24/2017 Reid Park Zoo - Behind the Scenes
01/16/2017 Tucson Windows and Doors
01/12/2017 Paul Bond Boot Factory
12/13/2016 Tucson Windows and Doors
12/04/2016 La Fiesta de Tumacacori (Sunday)
12/03/2016 La Fiesta de Tumacacori (Saturday)
12/01/2016 San Xavier Mission Tour
11/12/2016 Locomotive Saturdays at The Southern Arizona Transportation Museum
11/02/2016 Tumacacori Dia de los Muertos (All Soul's Day)




The GVR Camera Club is located in the Recreation Village of Santa Rita Springs.
921 West Via Rio Fuerte, Green Valley, AZ 85622 
Phone 520-648-1315

If you have any questions or concerns please call 520-428-0524 to speak to a Membership Committee member 
or email the committee at  
cameraclubgreenvalley@gmail.com 

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