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    Wildcat week: Calendar for July 21-27

    Wednesday, July 21

    Local glass artist Tom Philabaum rocks on by popular demand, revealing new sculptures in his “”Precarious Rocks Series”” at the Philabaum Glass Gallery. 711 S. Sixth Ave. 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. 884-7404. Free.

    Thursday, July 22

    Attend a free preview of “”Hate Mail,”” the play that tells the story of a series of correspondences that begin with a complaint letter. “”Hate Mail”” is the first show of the new after-hours series presented at Studio Connections by DaVinci Underground. The show runs from July 23 to August 1.

    9071 E. Old Spanish Trail. Doors open at 10 p.m. 731-1559.

    Friday, July 23

    Pack a picnic lunch and head up to the Mt. Lemmon Fire Lookout for a 4.6 mile guided hike. No pets allowed, and minors should be accompanied by an adult. The hike will begin at Ski Valley above Summerhaven. $5 for a Forest Service parking pass. 9 a.m. 749-8700.

    Saturday, July 24

    Experience the paranormal on the Lost Souls Ghost Tour. Take a two-hour walking tourthrough Tucson’s “”haunted”” historic downtown. The tour starts at the Amtrak Train Station, 400 E. Toole Ave. 7 – 9 p.m. $15, $13 each for groups of four or more.

    Reservations required. 867-2037.

    Sunday, July 25

    The Red Barn Theater presents a tangled web of murder, mystery and mirth in “”Clue,”” a play based on the classic board game. 948 N. Main Ave. Show starts at 2 p.m. 948 N. Main Ave.

    $8-10 depending on seating. 622-6973.

    Monday, July 26

    Relax those muscles, take a chill pill and recover from a busy weekend with Mindfulness Meditation. Learn how to meditate from a Buddhist monk at the Tucson Buddhist Meditation Center. 1133 S. Swan Rd. 3 – 4:30 p.m. Free to participate. 745-4624.

    Tuesday, July 27

    Settle in by the pool for an evening of sun and a little jazz music, performed by the Arizona Roadrunners at the Tucson Sheraton Hotel. Free. 5151 E. Grant Rd. 6:15 – 9:15 p.m. 250-7256.


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