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Keep Tucson Vinyl

Head downtown to one of the newest eclectic restaurants in Tucson. The Delta is a gastropub with Cajun and Sonoran inspired menu items. This Thursday, the restaurant is hosting Old Paint Records to play some of their best vinyl tracks. This event celebrates locally owned vinyl stores in the Old Pueblo while providing delicious discounts on local beers ($4), $4 off all Arizona spirits and half off bottles of Arizona wine. Details: Show starts at 8 p.m. Thursday, July 28th. The Delta, 135 South 6th Avenue.

Los Desconocidos

The Arizona History Museum presents The Migrant Quilt Project. This new exhibit memorializes migrants who died trying to seek refuge in the United States. Each quilt features the names of individuals who were identified. Those who have yet to be identified are memorialized with the phrase “desconocido” or “unknown.” Details: The Museum is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Free to $12 admission. Arizona State Museum, 949 E 2nd Street.

Dive-In Movie Night

Legendary Tucson retro hotspot Hotel McCoy is back with their dive-in movie nights by the pool. Head to the McCoy on Saturday to buy some popcorn and watch the blockbuster superhero movie “Black Panther.” The event is open to the public but only guests are allowed to swim. Limited parking is available. Details: 8 to 10 p.m. Saturday, July 30. Hotel McCoy, 720 W Silverlake Road.

The Thing About Art

Fans of the 1951 Howard Hawk production of “The Thing from Another World” and John Carpenter’s 1982 version can nerd out at the Screening Room this Friday. Come early to see displays of local artists and their best “The Thing” artwork. Afterward, watch the 1982 “The Thing” in widescreen with all the gruesome special effects we love. Details: Art show at 5:30 p.m. and movie at 7:30 p.m. Friday, July 29. $5. The Screening Room, 127 East Congress Street.

Paint Night in the Park

Head over to the Brad DeSpain Stables at the scenic Marana Heritage River Park for Adult Paint Night from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday, July 29. Registration for the instructor-led class is $30 per resident, $37.50 for nonresidents, and includes a 16x20 canvas and painting supplies. No experience necessary! Participants may also bring food and alcoholic beverages to enjoy responsibly.