The Tucson Star
The heat has never been an impediment to enjoying the things to do in the so-called Old Town, but we must not trust ourselves.
We have an extreme heat alert in Arizona from 10 am on Saturday to 8 pm on Wednesday, June 16, days when maximum temperatures are expected around 112 ° F. Thursday and Friday of the next are also expected hot, with highs around 108 ° F.
So take your precautions, hydrate and protect yourself from the sun, or plan night activities.
Well protected from the heat, here are some ideas of what to do these days in Tucson:
FC Tucson vs. Chattanooga Red Wolves
Professional soccer club FC Tucson faces the Chattanooga Red Wolves on Saturday.
When: Saturday June 12, 7 pm
Where: North Stadium of the Kino Sports Complex, 2500 E Ajo Way
Cost: From $ 12
More information at fctucson.com or 520-600-3095
Wildcats in the Super Regionals ⚾
The University of Arizona baseball team hosts Mississippi this Friday and Saturday, and Sunday if necessary. The team that wins two of the three games advances to the Collegiate Baseball World Series, which begins June 19 in Nebraska. Let’s support the Cats!
When: Friday 11, 6 pm; Saturday 12, 7 pm; Sunday 13 (if necessary) 6 pm