We welcome all with visual impairment
Serving Tucson and Pima County
Welcome to the Tucson Society of the Blind, TSB, website. TSB provides social and educational programs for those individuals with low or no vision. TSB provides valuable resources on coping with blindness and vision impairment. It is wonderful to meet other visually impaired seniors who can act as mentors and provide emotional support.
Join Us at our Weekly Meetings
Tuesday mornings from 9:30am- 1:00pm.
Christ Presbyterian Church
6565 E. Broadway Blvd., Tucson, AZ
Includes topic as noted on our calendar, followed by games.
3 - Star Spangled Senior Holiday Show
10 - "Tips and Tricks for the Visually Impaired " Everyone bring a tip. Prepare to learn new tips
17 - Holiday Lunch and Holiday Gift Exchange. Leave at 12:30p.m. See details below
24 - TSB closed due to holidays
31 - TSB closed due to holidays
7 - Roxanna Baker playing the accordion. She will play Western and polka tunes
8 - Tucson EXPO 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM 445 S. Alvernon Way, See details below
10 - TSB Board Meeting 10:00am-1:00pm Biscuit Country Cafe 7026 E. Broadway
14 - Janet Dylla, Desert Low Vision. Janet will bring the latest assistive technology and other talking products
16 - Tucson Wildlife Center Fieldtrip: Meet at Center at 11:00 AM, See details below
21 - Gina Murphy, Mrs. Green, " Getting rid of toxic substances in your household and replacing them with earth-friendly alternatives”
28 - Maria Trujillo Tucson AARP, Arizona Association of Retired Persons. Learn about all the legislation AARP and the local chapter is working on
February 4th - John McCann, " Talking about the American Council of the Blind”
Save the dates:
March 5 and March 6 TSB Spring Concerts, 8111 E. Broadway, Fellowship Square, Villa 2 Great Room, 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM, Silent Auction, Raffle drawing, Concert tickets are $10 each.
Thursday, March 5 Performers are Rob Boone on Trombone and Christine Vivona on Harp, playing Jazz and Broadway Tunes. Friday, March 6 performer is Bill Gantz, an outstanding Western singer playing Western tunes on his guitar
In November of 2003, thirteen individuals organized Tucson Society of the Blind. TSB is now recognized throughout the community as an organization that serves those with limited sight.
TSB is a non-profit organization governed by a Board of Directors. TSB provides social, recreational and educational programs for legally blind adults and those coping with vision loss. Membership has grown to more than 80. Increased donations have allowed a greater range of programs and field trips.
Tucson Society of the Blind exists to enhance independence and quality of life for individuals with vision loss
TSB Members Enjoy Varied Programs Such As
"We might not have a lot of sight, but we have a great deal of vision. 11
Benefits of Being a Member
Membership Dues are $15.00 a year
TSB Members participate in various fund raising activities
TSB now provides, free of charge, low vision resource packets to Tucson ophthalmologists for their patients.
New Members receive Welcome Packets that include: