If you’re sticking around for the holidays and looking for some cheer, the Avenue has so many ways to celebrate the season. From belly laughs and ugly sweaters with Tucson Improv Movement to a Chinese food feast at The Coronet, there’s something for everyone on the Avenue this week. Be sure to check out:
Tucson Improv Movement
Holiday stress getting to you? Some giggling might do you some good. Tucson Improv Movement has two shows this week with a Christmas theme.
Check out their Home for the Holidays show on December 22 and the What Now? Holidaze Edition on December 23.
For more information, check out tucsonimprov.com.
Ermanos Craft Beer & Wine Bar
Latkes and wine, together at last. It’s not too late to get into the Hanukkah spirit this year at Ermanos. Join the Erman Brothers for Hanukkah latkes and a Prosecco pairing on Wednesday, December 20.
Check out the details of the Erman Bros Hanukkah Latkes party at ermanosbrew.com.
The holidays are a time for giving. PopCycle is hosting a food and clothing drive to help those in need. The staff is headed out to deliver the goods on Christmas Eve, but you can be involved by donating all week long.
Jackets, scarves, gloves, socks, backpacks, toiletries & sleeping bags are listed as the most needed items.
For more information about the PopCycle Food & Clothing Drive, check out facebook.com.
If you’re looking for a Christmas Eve feast that isn’t filled with the traditional fare, The Coronet is hosting a Chinese feast on December 24.
The restaurant will also be serving their full menu in addition to their Chinese feast.
For more information, check out cafecoronet.com.
Trinity Presbyterian Church
Bundle up and grab your coffee, then check out Trinity Presbyterian Church‘s Christmas Morning Service. Bell ringers, the Trinity Choir and a children’s Christmas play will fill the stage.
For more information about this event, visit: facebook.com.
Surly Wench Pub
Been naughty instead of nice this year? Surly Wench Pub is hosting a ball in celebration of Saint Nick’s sinister counterpart, The Krampus. Wicked attire is highly encouraged, event is 21+.
Join the Surly Wench in their wicked revelry on Saturday, December 23.
For more information, check out facebook.com.