Maps and Parking

AIDSWALK is held in Downtown Tucson on Jacome Plaza, directly in front of the Joel D. Valdez Main Library. Ample street parking and garages make it easy to find parking close to the venue and much of this parking is free on AIDSWALK morning.

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  • AIDSWALK Route & Venue Maps Now Online!, September 8, 2016

    Check it out…AIDSWALK route and venue maps are now available online. Chart your course and get a heads up on near-by parking options. http://aidswalktucson.saaf.org/maps-and-parking/ Looking forward to seeing you on Sunday October 9 for another amazing AIDSWALK Tucson!

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  • AIDSWALK 2016 Registration Now Open!, March 4, 2016

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    Walking to Remember, Walking to Prevent by Curt Beall My first AIDSWALK was in Buffalo NY in 2002. I had lost almost a dozen friends and heard that we were going to have our first AIDSWALK. I had just been diagnosed with the disease myself and wanted to honor my friends and to raise funds […]

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  • Why I Walk- Laura's Story, October 7, 2015

    Walking in Memory of Bobby By Laura Alexander Twenty-one years ago, I got married. In less than thirty days, my older brother Bobby died due to complications of AIDS. He was thirty-six years old. Six months later, the “AIDS cocktail” that might have extended his life was introduced. Over the last year, as I’ve celebrated […]

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