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Among the many ways we support the community is by hosting Breakfasts with History. In this lecture series, knowledgeable speakers provide insight into the varied and interesting history of life in the Santa Cruz River Valley.
In the spring, the society celebrates with an Annual Picnic at a historic site. Also, periodically we sponsor field trips to archaeological and historical sites.
We are pleased to announce the next collaborative exhibit between the Tubac Historical Society and The Tubac Center of the Arts, featuring the early artists who lived and worked in […]
Celebrate the magic of Day of the Dead during our 9th Annual Dia de Los Muertos Altar Tour! Make plans to visit us at 6 Burruel Street, across from the […]
DR. DENI SEYMOUR, ARCHAEOLOGIST presenting MEN OF IRON, GODS OF THUNDER AND LIGHTNING November 17, Tubac Historical Society Patio 6 Burruel St., Tubac, Arizona 4 PM Seating is limit, first […]
Visit THS for a cup of hot chocolate and treats during Luminaria Nights from 5 pm to 9 pm on Friday and Saturday, December 2nd and 3rd.
Dear THS Supporter, Happy New Year! We are pleased to announce that our annual meeting will be held on Monday, January 23, 2023. Time: 3:00 pm Place: THS headquarters 6 […]
The Tubac Historical Society is celebrating Black History Month, February 1 to March 1, 2023, by honoring Henry Ossian Flipper who was born into slavery in 1856, was the first […]
The Santa Cruz Valley is a weird place. Rivers flow backwards, giant cow skulls grace restaurants, marijuana factories grow legal weed, and nuclear missile sites are turned into museums. Even […]
The registration deadline for tickets has passed (April 7th).
Click above to learn more about these simultaneous exhibits and how to purchase original paintings and greeting cards. Hours for The Tubac Historical Society: September 22-29th: Thursday-Saturday 10 am to […]
Tubac History on Thursday Afternoon With Dan Judkins September 28, 2023 at 3:30pm – this will be our first monthly Thursday afternoon history discussion · At Tubac Historical Society’s “Casita,” 6 Burruel, […]