5th Annual Carnaval do Brazil
Artlink Art Detour 26
3rd Annual Ballet Folklorico Coolidge Fiesta Concert
Tombstone Day Trip
Relive the legends of one of the Wild West's most famous towns Tombstone, Arizona, known as "The Town too Tough to Die." Visit the OK Corral, Birdcage Theatre, Big Nose Kate's Saloon and more!
CARNIVAL OF ILLUSION: An evening of Old-World Magic!
LAUGH, have FUN and CELEBRATE as you join us for an evening of old-world magic at the Historic Arizona Biltmore Resort.
Pascua Yaqui Tribe
The Pascua Yaqui Indians of Arizona are descendants of the ancient Toltecs who occupied a large area of the Southwest and Mexico and today have eight communities in Southern Arizona.
1) New Pascua Village, which is the Yaqui reservation, outside of Tucson
2) Guadalupe, outside of Phoenix
3) Old Pascua Village, located in Tucson
4) Barrio Libre, in the City of South Tucson
5) Yoemem Pueblo, in Marana
6) Penjamo, located in Scottsdale
7) Hightown, located in Chandler
The Pascua Yaqui tribe culture is rich in Native Indian elements and is best known for its Deer Dances and statuary and cultural paintings done by Yaqui artists.
The reservation is surrounded by richly vegetated, scenic desert that offers recreational and sightseeing opportunities. The Mt. Lemmon ski area is an hour east of Tucson, and Saguaro National Monument is a few miles north. Other sights include the San Xavier del Bac Mission, Old Tucson Studios, Sonoran Desert Museum, and Kitt Peak Observatory. The nearby Santa Catalina, Tucson, and Rincon Mountains provide hiking and camping opportunities.
Things to Do
Casino of the Sun is open 24 hours and provides slots, bingo and video routlette, all with scenic and mountain views that surround this 24,000 square foot casino. Link to page
Casino del Sol feature live blackjack, poker and bingo with nearly 1,000 slot machines. Link to page
Anselmo Valencia Amphitheatre (AVA) Take in a live concert at this open-air venue, one of Tucson's top outdoor facilities located directly across from Casino del Sol. Link to page
Location: Each community, except Panjamo, Marana and Hightown
Date: Starts on Ash Wednesday and continues every Friday night for 7 weeks
Information: (520) 883-5000
Tribal Recognition Day
Location: New Pascua Reservation
Information: (520) 883-5000
Where to Stay
There are no lodging facilities availabe on the Pascua Yaqui Reservation, but accommodations can be found in Tucson or nearby communities of Marana, Green Valley and Rio Rico.
Location and Nearby Communities
The Pascua Yaqui Indian Reservation is located in southwestern Arizona, approximately 15 miles southwest of downtown Tucson.
Contacting the Tribe
7474 S. Camino de Oeste
7474 S. Camino De Oeste
Tucson, AZ 85757
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