Neighborhood Services

Please support super-local business. Check the list below for local services that can fill your needs.

Professional Proofreading/Copy Editing

520-882-0292 | AndraART@cox.net

One-hour visits to care for the animals and plants in your home.

520-882-0292 | AndraART@cox.net

The Tucson Hotel That Has It All

Eco-Friendly, Resort Style, Full Service Hotel Near Downtown Tucson, UofA & Desert Museum.

This Beautiful Tucson hotel is centrally located near Downtown, University of Arizona, and all sports complexes. Nearby is Arizona Sonora Desert Museum, Old Tucson Studios, Biosphere, 3 Malls & 3 Golf Courses. Winner of TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence! Free made to order breakfast and free WiFi.

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1003 N Stone Ave | 520-622-8871

Located in the heart of downtown Tucson, BICAS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit collectively-run community education and recycling center for bicycles that welcomes people of all ages and walks of life.

Through advocacy and recycling of the bicycle, the BICAS mission is to promote education, art, and a healthy environment while providing service and opportunity for those in need.

We are an education center, not a traditional bike shop.

Hours: Tues-Sun, 11-6pm

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520-628-7950 | 44 W 6th St

It is the mission of the Citizens Artist Collective to foster unity among the professional artists of Citizens Warehouse and to raise public consciousness about the value of the artists who occupy the building and their contributions to the City of Tucson.

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44 W 6th St, Suite 2A

The Dunbar School run by The Dunbar Coalition has a large auditorium for events as well as meeting rooms. http://www.thedunbarproject.org/

PO Box 86132, Tucson, AZ 85754 | (520) 791-7795 | thedunbarproject@gmail.com The Dunbar Auditorium location: 325 W 2nd St
docenaranjas@fastmail.fm

Come Play! Unleash Your Creativity! Meet New Friends!

Monthly affordable classes in all aspects of the arts: painting, bookmaking, fabric arts, collage, artists books, creative writing, and a variety of eclectic arts experiences designed to unleash your inner Muse.

My special emphasis is on upcycling, recycling, and inventive ways to use found objects to create fabulous pieces. My goal is to provide a safe, relaxing, no pressure environment for women to play and expand their network of artistic skills while becoming a part of an artistic circle of new friends.

520-622-6161 | paloma@dakotacom.net | Courtyard behind 740 N Main Ave

Amaze Face Painting is available for your next event. We bring the magic. Face painting is an ancient art form that is enjoyed by all ages.

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520-440-9037 | nicole.disante@gmail.com

Thai, Myofascial Release, Stretching.

520-440-9037 | nicole.disante@gmail.com

Originate is a natural building materials showroom that specializes in interior finishes that are environmentally friendly, non-toxic, durable, and made from natural and renewable resources. We offer innovative and unique materials that rival the aesthetics and performance of more traditional interior finishes.

Originate was established in October of 2003 to provide a location within the City of Tucson to serve as a local and regional source of environmentally sound building materials and provide a place where people can see and experience these materials.

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526 N 9th Ave | 520-792-4207
520-349-3874 | Squireotis@yahoo.com

Scenery, Soft Goods, Theatreware, Industrial Stitching and Sowing

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210 W 5th St #2 | 520.620.0846 | 888.860.0846
541-647-9475 | 1009 N Queen Ave

Civic Assembly, Private and Community Events

The Whistle Stop Depot is a unique property located in the historical Dunbar Spring Neighborhood. It is a clear span steel warehouse that has been renovated with recycled, reclaimed, and handmade materials. It’s innovative design and creation lend to industrial eye candy at its finest and it’s walls tell a unique story.

Carl White - 271-4226, Nancy Bender - 271-7605

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520-882-4969 | 127 W 5th St, Tucson, AZ 85705

Zinman's Food Shop, at 111 W Fourth St, is a purveyor and processor of plant based foods. We sell produce in season and mill grain into flour, which we sell and also bake into cookies, muffins, scones, and flat breads.

We have hummus and other freshly made bean dips and other items that are ready to eat.

We also have a vegan cafe featuring wok cooked vegetables for lunch and supper and pancakes [with freshly milled flour] for breakfast.

Our hours for now are weekdays from 11:00 a.m.to 7:00 p.m. and Saturdays from 7:00 a.m.to 7:00 p.m. Our hours will expand as we grow into this space.

While our primary focus is wholesaling to restaurants, our neighbors can enjoy us as an old-fashioned neighborhood market and cafe. Please stop in to say hello and tell us what you would like to eat!

www.zinmans.com

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111 W Fourth St | 520-777-6882 | zinmans.com