Join Sparrows spirits and pies for a karaoke night with great food and drink specials
Shop Downtown- Dwntwn Shopping is your chance to experience the border culture and unique shopping opportunities at retailers such as Krystal Jeans and Hollands with delicious authentic food from a variety of eateries such as La Feria Grill or Café Colon among others. Come this weekend to have this wonderful experience.
This interactive exhibition features war machines, transportation machines and civil machines, recreated scaled artifacts, digital files of images and computer animations.
This exhibition brings to life one of the most technologically significant times in the history of mankind and covers an epic period of history, from the triumphant victory of Julius Caesar over the Gaul at the Siege of Alesia in 52 BC to the transformation of Rome from a Republic into the mighty Roman Empire.
The interactive replica machines described by Marcus Vitruvius Pollio in the first century BC in his famous work De Architectura were built by the Teknoart specialists under the auspices of La Sapienza, University of Rome. The exhibition includes for each machine a metal stand and a glass showcase with rare facsimile replica of volume and scrolls of the era
An Interactive cultural/ethnographic covering several generations in two El Paso neighborhoods. Segundo Barrio and Chihuahuita.
El Paso Museum Of History invites you to participate in El Dia de Los Muertos festivities. We will be receiving Calaveritas (Halloween Poems) in English and Spanish to display in one of our galleries and will be also hosting Altares de Muertos from our community starting on October 25th through November 9th, 2014. If you would like to participate please email your poems or reserve your spot for an altar with: Ms. Jaime Knoedler at KnoedlerJM@elpasotexas.gov
Fiesta Fronteriza celebrates and honors individuals striving for human rights in our community. Proceeds from the evening will enable us to continue providing free legal assistance to low-income West Texas residents and continue our advocacy for racial, social, and economic justice.
Keynote speaker Rev. James Morrison Lawson, Jr. is an American activist and university professor. As a leading theoretician and tactician of non-violence within the American Civil Rights Movement in the 1960, he served as a mentor to the Nashville Student Movement and the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. Presently, he trains activist in nonviolence.
Every Body Needs A Coffin is excited to be hosting its first Coffin exhibit! We invite you to view some of our extraordinary hand crafted coffins. We will display all types, shapes and sizes and will also have coffins for sale as well as a raffle!
Dedo Halloween Ball will be the perfect place to spend your Halloween night with the best costumes in town. Last year’s Ball was awesome and we expect nothing short of topping it!
We still ARE Halloween!!!
Join El Paso Ghost Tours on their downtown tour for a historical and paranormal experience that will not be forgotten. Their paranormal investigation experience begins as they give you a bit of history on the locations that you will be visiting. From there, the lights go off and the investigation begins. Please be forewarned: Anything can happen at this point! Guests have been scratched, touched, and made to feel ill. Past locations have included the Hotel Gardner, Insights Science Museum, the Palace Saloon, and the former law office of John Wesley Hardin.
The 2nd Annual Carnevil is allegedly the biggest Halloween bash in the City of El Paso. This party is beyond your traditional Halloween costume driven night, Carnevil will feature decor, aerialists, contortionists, the wild world of circus theatricals along a side show freaks.
Do not miss this crazy party that promises to have the best Scary-mind blown-Halloween party atmosphere.
Ladies pay no cover, and gentlemen only pay $10, do not forget your costume given that there will be over $3,000 in cash and prizes.