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Sunday, September 23, 2007 -- Tucson Greek Festival
Venue: St. Demetrios Orthodox Church | Location: 31145 E Ft. Lowell Rd | Time: Noon

City: Tucson, AZ -- Join the members of Tucson's Greek community at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church for their four day fall celebration of food, drink, and music from the old country. If you wish, attend the Pan-Athenian Dancers' workshop to learn how to dance the sirtaki. Tour the church to enhance your knowledge of the Greek Orthodox religion, and enjoy the displays of icons and other Greek imports. Admission is $2 for adults; free for children under 12. more info: 520.888.0505

Tuesday, September 25, 2007 -- Tom Walbank's Birthday Show
Venue: Club Congress | Location: 311 E Congress St | Time: 9:00pm
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City: Tucson, AZ -- Everyone loves Tom Walbank. How could you not? Besides being one of the nicest people of all time, Walbank is one of this city's best musicians. With his trademark delta-blues style, every Tom Walbank show results in dancing, smiles, & overall cheer. So let's celebrate the birthday of our favorite Brit. Did we mention that there will be cake? There will be cake. Besides the man of the hour, tonight's show features Chris Black and matrimonial duo, Pearl Handled Pistol. more info: 800.722.8848

Wednesday, September 26, 2007 -- Hershey Felder as George Gershwin Alone
Venue: Temple of Music and Art | Location: 330 S. Scott Avenue | Time: 7:30pm
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City: Tucson, AZ -- Category: Cultural Arts. An international hit makes its Arizona premiere when multi-talented Hershey Felder kicks off our season with his widely-acclaimed musical play. Evoking Gershwin’s famous radio broadcasts of the 1930s, George Gershwin Alone explores the life, talent and spirit of the legendary composer during that glamorous era. Artist, actor and playwright, Hershey Felder in the role of George Gershwin. Evening Performance Tickets: $48 more info: 520.622.2823


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