Green Valley, AZ
Things to do
Residents and retirees who are thinking of moving to Green Valley, Arizona, have lots of things to do to occupy free time. In addition to all the amenities offered by the HOA and recreational services provided by Green Valley Recreation, there are many opportunities to volunteer, join social groups, clubs, and other organizations, and take classes or visit the library.
Volunteers – Green Valley is a community of volunteers. The Green Valley Council is composed entirely of volunteers. Many public service organizations in Green Valley are run by volunteers, for example the Sheriff’s Auxiliary Volunteers and Neighborhood Watch. If you wish to volunteer, the Green Valley | Sahuarita Volunteer Clearinghouse website lists many areas where you can make a difference.
Clubs and Organizations – Green Valley is also a community with over 300 local clubs and organization, including HOAs, fraternal orders, social and church groups, and many more. “The Green Valley News and Sahuarita Sun” publishes directory listing annually. Green Valley Recreation also sponsors a variety of special-interest clubs, as well as a number of entertainment venues.
Education – Educational courses are available in Green Valley, offered through the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at The University of Arizona.
Library Services – The Conrad Joyner Library in Green Valley is part of the Pima County Public Library system. The library is open daily and hosts a variety of events and classes.