January 26 – March 8, 2020 No show February 16, 2020 Sunday afternoons at 12:30 PM
The Mona Lisa has hung on the walls of an art museum for over 100 years. But what visitors don't know is that when the lights go out, the paintings come to life! On this day, she overhears the museum officials saying she is no longer drawing people in, and make plans to move her somewhere else. Come join us for a secret view into the mysterious life of the Mona Lisa and other paintings after hours as she plots a way to save her spot on the walls of the Louvre!
When a young couple is offered an ideal house by a mysterious stranger, it prompts the question: How far would any of us go to get our dream home? A fast-paced, pitch-black comedy, RADIANT VERMIN is a provocative satire about consumerism, gentrification, and inequality. “A blithely told fable for the age of unaffordable housing. Like a Brothers Grimm story, it is executed with its own consistent fantasy logic, deployed to remind us of the dangers of getting what we wish for…it makes for nasty and energetic fun…” —The New York Times
Machinery and Equipment
Renovation and Construction
Micro Loan Programs - from $1,000 and up.
Export Working Capital
Veteran's, Women's and Minority Loans
You will leave this event with a clear understanding of which financing options might be right for you and how to apply for them.
Seating is Limited. Please register for each session separately.
This workshop will cover:
How writing for social media is different from other ways you market your business or nonprofit
Assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of the major social media platforms
Content strategies based on your target audience, and your company or non-profit's branding or mission
Reality check: what is and isn't possible on social media
Best practices in general.
Contact us at 520-505-3636 to schedule an appointment for a personalized, free, and confidential one hour mentoring session today!
Your scheduled Mentor in Residence at the Joel D. Valdez Main Library is David Terrell. He is the owner of two 30+ year old automotive consulting businesses directing project teams for 15 automotive manufacturers, including projects on process analysis and mapping activities, targeted strategic planning initiatives, sales, marketing, distribution, product launches, customer satisfaction and retention, and a 9-year development of a Nationwide Dealership Certification program.
All ages are welcome.
If your business sells to other businesses, please attend the "Understand Your Competitors" workshop to learn how to find business customers.
An Arizona Department of Economic Services veteran employment advocate will be available to answer your questions, connect you to valuable resources, and help you connect to your next career.
Southern Arizona is home to extraordinary women in varied leadership roles and across the political spectrum. Whether serving in public office, running local chambers of commerce, heading up local corporations or working for change through the nonprofit world, women are giving their all to make Tucson a better place for all. It is a great privilege for Inside Tucson Business and Tucson Local Media to honor the women who make a difference in our community.
A judging committee consisting of industry professionals will name the top three candidates in each category who will be announced as the Finalists for the 2020 Women of Influence Awards.
A dinner and awards ceremony will be held on March 4, 2020. Tickets can be purchased at http://2020woi.eventbrite.com
Early Bird special price: $55 until Feb. 10, 2020
After Feb. 10, the price is $62
The portal to purchase tickets: http://2020woi.eventbrite.com