Here are some events—and one cancellation—that were received too late to be included in our print issue.
Rural Metro Fire Department Station No. 71
4445 E. Benson Highway
Pancake Breakfast and Tour. Call 219-2069 or e-mail email@example.com for info.
Tuesday, Feb. 20 from 6 to 7 p.m.
Bookmans, 1930 E. Grant Road
Creating Captivating Animal Adoption Profiles. A free workshop for volunteers of animal-related nonprofit groups or anyone interested in reducting pet homelessness. Learn how to write to connect with adopters, what makes a photograph work and tips for posting animal profiles on Web sites. Call 237-2331 and visit www.savemoreanimals.org.
McMahon's Prime Steakhouse
2959 N. Swan Road
Wine Tasting Event. Enjoy 25 wines from wineries around the country, sushi and hors d'oevures. A raffle will be held. $30. Proceeds will assist the Junior League of Tucson. Visit www.juniorleagueoftucson.org for info.
Christ Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall
6565 E. Broadway Blvd.
Open Reading. The Catalina Players read from four plays: America-Ojala, And Where Was Pancho Villa When You Really Needed Him?, Rowing to America, Dead Bolivians on a Raft. Must understand Spanish. Free.
International Wildlife Museum
4800 W. Gates Pass Road
A Photo Tour of Tucson's Wildlife. Young Cage, former president of the Tucson Herpotological Society, presents a program with pictures of flowers, insects, birds, mammals, repitiles and amphibians from the area. $3 for nonmembers. Members attend free. Call 629-0100, ext. 311 for info.