The Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood Association holds events throughout the year that are open to the public.

Fort Lowell Day 2019, held February 9th, is a celebration of the area’s rich heritage. The event is open to everyone and includes a wide variety of free activities and displays the whole family can learn about this hidden corner of Tucson’s past. For more information about the event, click on the links below.

Fort Lowell Day 2019 Schedule of Events
Fort Lowell Day 2019 Historical Sites Map

Fort Lowell Day Gallery

The Antiques & Collectibles Sale, held each fall (usually the first week of November), provides an opportunity for Tucsonans to donate items or place items for sale on consignment. Proceeds are split between OFLNA, which uses the funds to maintain its facilities and fund community programs, and the Old Fort Lowell Live at Home Program (OFLLAH). OFLLAH is a sister organization that utilizes neighborhood volunteers to provide a variety of services to older adults, disabled individuals, or those with temporary needs who live in our neighborhood. Click here for additional details.
Location: San Pedro Chapel, 5230 E. Fort Lowell Road (south side of Fort Lowell between Swan and Craycroft)

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The annual Antiques and Collectibles Sale.

The Flea Market Sale 2019, held March 1-3, sells donated items to raise funds for both OFLNA and OFLLAH. Anyone may donate items for this event. For guidelines and more information, please click here.