Exhibitors: 2017 Community Matters

Walking around the festival you will see canopies and booths from a variety of community agencies, schools, health professional organizations and some small businesses that are not folks arts or traditional arts. We call these exhibitors in the “Community Matters” section of the festival. The majority of them are located on Pennington Street and on Jacome Plaza. Some exhibitors are located in El Presidio Park.

Tucson Meet Yourself has invited these local businesses and organizations that value cultural diversity and care about our city and region to share information with the public and sell objects or services that improve the quality of life in our community.

Many of our sponsors — the companies that contribute to make the festival possible — are also located with their booths around the festival footprint. Visit them and thank them for their generous support to this wonderful event that belongs to the community.

Among the organizations you will find in Community Matters are:

  • Social and human service organizations that serve families and children
  • Innovative business ideas that try to improve our urban ways of living
  • Government agencies that assist citizens with valuable services
  • Faith-based organizations that raise funds for good causes and share information
  • Student-led groups that work hard to make the world a better place here and abroad
  • Artisans and craftspeople who make interesting things
  • Exporters and purveyors of cultural dresses, jewelry and decorations
  • Heritage food growers and advocacy organizations who care about our planet

Here is an ALPHABETICAL list of all Community Matters exhibitors and vendors. Below the list is a map indicating the location of each exhibitor. If you prefer to download the map, go here: Community Matters Map 2017

A. J.’s Face paintC-72
Adela Antoniette face & body paintingC-62
Ajo Copper NewsC-13
Alzheimer’s AssocC-33
Arizona Parks and TrailsC-53
Art ExpressionsC-41
Avalon Organic GardensC-44
AZ BilingualC64
Ballet Folklorico La PalomaCM3
Bordelands TheaterC-54
Botanica DispensaryC49B
Chocolate RitualC-43
Choker PlugC-22
Community Food BankCM1
COPE Community ServicesC-23
Cutco CutleryC-47
Desert Harmony HospiceC-59
Desert Sky Community SchoolC-68
Desert Tortoise BotanicalsC-45
Devereux ArizonaC-20
El Milagro Oaxacan CraftsC-01
El Milagro Oaxacan CraftsC-02
Estella di RossiC-31
Gourmet cookies by Delma Co.C-67
Hands on CreationsC63A
Henna by PurviC-17
HomeGoods Tucson DCC-21
Imagine LightsC63B
Islamic CenterC-09
Jewish Heritage MuseumC-32
Julie Sierra ShopC-07
Lani’s ShopC-15
League of Women VotersC-69
Manerva Baked GoodsCM8
Medical Reserve CorpsC-35
Nuts R UsC-50
Peacock Coffee RoastersC-40B
Pima County Court AdvocatesC-36
Pima Partnership AcademyC66A
PPEP Tech High SchoolsC-34
Pretty Halos FoundationC66B
Risas Dental & BracesC49A
Sabino High SchoolC-12
Sol Design StudioC-61
Solar CityC-46
Sonoran Science AcademyC-25
Southern Arizona Beagle RescueC-18
Southwest Bee SupplyC-42
St. Anthony’s MonasteryC-06
Straton Real Estate GroupC-40A
Sunbright SolarC-60
Symphony Women’s AsscC-27
TCCC SBA Tucson AccessCM5
The Apex team Keller WilliamC-70
The Apex team Keller WilliamC-71
The Loft CinemaCM4
The Romero House Potters, Inc.C-16
Tucson Comic ConC-52
Tucson Girls ChorusC-19
Tucson International AcademyC65
Tucson Kitchen MusiciansC-51
Tucson Museum of ArtCM7
Tucson Sunshine Chapter of Barbershop Harmony SocietyC-10
Tutor DoctorCM2
UA Cancer CenterC-28
UA Critical LanguagesC-11
UA GlobalC-29
UA Middle East North African StudiesC-55
Univision: Mi Familia VotaC-37
Untamed ConfectionsC-14
Wells FargoC-08
Western National ParksC-24
Western Passport CenterC-05


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