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Tubac is located in Arizona. Tubac, Arizona has a population of 1,011.
The median household income in Tubac, Arizona is $61,667. The median household income for the surrounding county is $37,692 compared to the national median of $53,046. The median age of people living in Tubac is 64.8 years.
The average high temperature in July is 94 degrees, with an average low temperature in January of 27.2 degrees. The average rainfall is approximately 13.3 inches per year, with 0.8 inches of snow per year. No weather information available.
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Located 40 miles south of Tucson, Tubac was established in 1752 as a Spanish presidio. This quaint artist's village is said to be the place "Where Art and History Meet." The first inhabitants were the Hohokam who lived here between 300 and 1400 A.D. In the 1500's, the O'odham or Pima/Papago came to the area and the O'odham tribe continues to live near here on their own land. The Spaniards arrived in 1691, when the Jesuit missionary Father Francisco Eusebio Kino traveled through the Santa Cruz Valley building missions and farms. By 1860, Tubac was known as one of the largest towns in Arizona. It declined after the Civil War broke out when many residents left to fight the war. Today, the small, picturesque community is one of Arizona's important art centers and historic sites.
Activities and Attractions
Tubac's fabulous five-day annual festival of the arts in February draws artists and art lovers from around the country. The Tubac Center of the Arts, along with many working studios and galleries in town, showcases outstanding paintings, sculpture, weavings, pottery and jewelry. The town's historic roots have been preserved at the Tubac Presidio State Park, and south of Tubac is the Tumacacori Mission National Historic Park where the remains of three Spanish Colonial missions are located. Other popular attractions include The Annual Anza Days Celebration and La Fiesta de Tumacacori, a celebration complete with entertainment, arts, crafts, and food booths. In December, Tubac's streets glow with the soft lights from luminarias lit at the annual Fiesta Navidad de Luminarias. Other events are the Art Walk in March, and the Los Tubaque os Living History event in May.
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