Anza Day reflects Tubac’s Spanish history and provides educational engagement of youngsters in this significant event in Tubac’s history. In October, 1775 Spanish Colonel Juan Bautista de Anza and 240 people went from Tubac to the San Francisco Bay. Our event begins in the cool of the morning at 10 am with period costumed volunteers, demonstrations, crafts, fun activities, ribbon cutting, food truck provided by Wisdom’s Cafe and superb photo ops. This is a wonderful opportunity for children of all ages. Admission is free ($1 per adult donation is suggested for children’s supplies) and food is a separate cost. Please bring a non-perishable food item for the Amado food bank. For more information call the Presidio, 520-398-2252.