Come experience Tucson’s new inclusive youth designed park and community selected art installations! 830 W SPEEDWAY BLVD, NOON TO 3PM, SATURDAY, JANUARY 28TH, 2023 Presentations at 1PM, ASL Interpreters Provided This site is a short walk from a parking lot or bus stop. Free Food and Music are provided! If you need a wheelchair or a sightedContinue reading “ANZA TRAIL CULTURAL HISTORY PARK GRAND OPENING “
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LEA, 1775 Accessible Cultural History Park in Action!
Over the month of May 2021 the Arizona School for Deaf and Blind, the Anza Society, and the National Parks Service collaborated on a 3 week long participatory storytelling workshop that amplify the voices of seven ASDB students while connecting them to the Accessible Cultural History Park in their own backyard. These stories will beContinue reading “LEA, 1775 Accessible Cultural History Park in Action!”
Thanks to our generous donors, construction of the Outdoor Classroom should begin by the end of 2021!
Thanks to our generous donors, construction of the Outdoor Classroom should begin soon! We greatly appreciate all the support provided by our community to make this vision a reality. While we are very excited for construction of the Outdoor Classroom to begin, it is important to note that La Expedicion de Anza, 1775 Accessible CulturalContinue reading “Thanks to our generous donors, construction of the Outdoor Classroom should begin by the end of 2021!”
Let’s Build the Outdoor Classroom Now!
Would you like to join us and help create a safe outdoor classroom for blind anddeaf school children in southern Arizona? Please search your hearts, and wallets, tohelp us complete this unique community facility. It will give young people of allabilities a new and unique opportunity to learn about their cultural heritage. We have raisedContinue reading “Let’s Build the Outdoor Classroom Now!”
Cultural History Park for All Abilities Opens in Tucson
A new Tucson park, La Expedición de Anza 1775, is open to the public! Located at 850 West Speedway Boulevard, Tucson, the park is within the Santa Cruz River Park of Pima County. It is situated between the Santa Cruz River and the Arizona School for the Deaf and Blind, with a public entrance onContinue reading “Cultural History Park for All Abilities Opens in Tucson”