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The Massing of the Colors is a non-sectarian ceremony, dating back to 1922, that recognizes the sacrifices of all Americans, military and civilian, in both war and peace. More than 25 local restaurants and food trucks will have a variety of sample-sized bacon-inspired eats, drinks and sweets available for purchase. to noon Saturday, , at Americas High School, 12101 Pellicano, with more than 80 agencies providing free health screenings such as blood sugar, cholesterol, pap smears, blood pressure, immunizations, hearing and vision screenings. ‘First Thanksgiving’ —The 29th annual reenactment of the First Thanksgiving of the Southwest of Juan de Oñate and his expedition of the first Spanish settlers in this area in April 1598 is presented by El Paso Mission Trail Association at 4 p.m. Exhibitions include the Irvin High School Bicycle Club and the Parkland High Fencing Club. The two-day event features more than 150 national, regional, local and newly released craft beers, ciders, wine and mixed drinks, as well as a game zone, food trucks, vendor booths, a liquor lounge, live bands and djs. Early bird tickets: general admission per day; for both days. Explore Easter — The 9th annual Easter event geared towards children age 2 through fifth grade, and their families is 10 a.m. Most events are free, some may include nominal admission fee. Tuesday, , at Alamo Drafthouse Cinema 250 E Montecillo. Cost (all inclusive): ; members ( children 12 and younger). Knitting Workshops — El Paso Knitting Guild host workshops by Alissa Barton, “the Knitting Fairy” 9 a.m. Saturday and Sunday, at the Legacy at Cimarron, 6201 Northern Pass. The Las Cruces March for Babies is Saturday, , at Young Park, 1905 Nevada. Anyone entering Fort Bliss must have a valid driver’s license, car insurance and registration. The Old West days of the “Soldiers of the Pass” are relived through replicas of the original adobe fort buildings and military artifacts, Magoffinsville Post 1854 to 1868. Resiliency through Art – The Art & Hobby Shop at Fort Bliss opens its studio doors for those who want to create their own art, pottery, photography and more 9 a.m. Open to Do D ID card holders and guest age 15 and older. Wednesday, , at El Paso Country Club 5000 Country Club Place. Wyler Aerial Tramway — The state park tramway, 1700 Mc Kinley, gives passengers a view of Texas, New Mexico and Mexico from Ranger Peak, elevation 5,632 feet.
Park mascots Chami the Squirrel, Riley Roadrunner, Lupe the ringtail, and Carl S. Lower Valley Health Fair — The annual health fair is 8 a.m. Zoo admission is for ages 13 to 59; for ages 60 and older and active duty military (including spouse) with ID; .50 ages 3 to 12; and free for ages 2 and under. Information: 212-0966, elpasozoo.org, or on Facebook at El Paso Zoo. A variety of museums and historic attractions will offer booths and exhibit. Zoo admission is for ages 13 to 59; for ages 60 and older and active duty military (including spouse) with ID; .50 ages 3 to 12; and free for ages 2 and under. Information: 212-0966, elpasozoo.org, or on Facebook at El Paso Zoo. This year’s Grand Marshal is El Paso County Sheriff Richard Wiles in celebration of the theme “First Responders ‘R’ Super Heroes.” Co-sponsored by Mimbela Contractors. Registration deadline is March 23 Registration fee is ( double entry), plus late fee after March 23. Parks and Rec Easter Egg Hunts — The City of El Paso Parks and Recreation hosts several Easter egg hunts and carnivals for youth 17 and younger at various recreation centers and parks 10 a.m. A full-size replica of Spaceship II will be unveiled in front of City Hall at 2 p.m. Spaceship II is Virgin Galactic’s spaceship that will be used to carry commercial passengers into space from nearby Spaceport America. EPCC Spring Arts Festival — The 40th annual spring festival of performing, visual and literary arts offers workshops, concerts, lectures and exhibits at various venues of El Paso Community College through May. In conjunction with the festival, the 8th annual Tejano Film Festival is 7 p.m. Brooke Goldner, author of “Good Bye Lupus,” and speaker on diet and health. Goldner was diagnosed with Systemic Lupus Nephritis with stage IV kidney disease at 16 years old and made a startling recovery from her disease at 28 years old by embracing a vegan diet. P3’s Super Saturday One-Day Camps — University of Texas at El Paso’s P3 hosts one-day camps 8 a.m. Guests are encouraged to wear cowboy boots and jeans and come ready to eat and dance. All proceeds support the El Paso Child Crisis Center’s work to protect children. to noon Saturday, , at Outlet Shoppes at El Paso, 7051 Desert Blvd, with family activities, t-shirt contests, refreshments, giveaways and more. Team donations made online at marchforbabies.org/event/elpaso. Proceeds support research and programs to help moms have full-term pregnancies and healthy babies. Old Fort Bliss — Building 5054, corner of Pershing and Pleasanton Roads, Fort Bliss. Tuesday through Friday; by appointment only Saturday. Information: 568-4518 or 588-8482 or on Facebook at Old Fort Bliss. Cost: for two hours (includes most supplies in multiple artistic mediums and instructors to help along the way).
M., near the junction of Mexico, Texas and New Mexico. All British cars and Brit Bikes welcome to a full weekend of events . Train Day — The 11th annual event, celebrating the anniversary of the first train coming to Las Cruces, is 10 a.m. Saturday, , at the New Mexico Railroad and Transportation Museum in the Santa Fe Train Depot at Mesilla and Las Cruces avenues, west of the Downtown Mall (351 N. Learn about the role trains played in history, and meet re-enactors to discover what it was like to live and work in the early 20th century. Information, times: (575) 647-4480 or las-cruces.org/museums. Old Timers Celebration — The 105th annual reunion of the Old Timer’s Association of Luna County is , in Deming, N. To be eligible, “old timers” must be 30 years old, have lived in Luna County 10 years, at least 30 years of age, or be the descendant of a registered Old Timer. Sunday, , at Sunland Park Mall, hosted by J & M Sportscards, with sportscards and toy collectibles of all kinds. Proceeds go to support Zion Day School and Ysleta Lutheran Mission Human Care. Downtown Artist and Farmers Market — The City of El Paso Museums and Cultural Affairs Department’s market for area artists and regionally grown agricultural products is 9 a.m. each Saturday in the Union Plaza District along Anthony Street. Las Cruces Farmers & Crafts Market — More than 230 permanent vendors in arts, crafts, produce, baked goods and other food items are offered at the market a.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays along a 7-block area of Main Street, Downtown. the first and third Saturday of the month, at 1710 Joe Battle, with art, vinyl, retro, vintage, rockabilly items, collectibles, horror, punk-themed items, antiques, kitsch, band shirts, natural beauty products, comics and more. Information: [email protected] on Facebook. The market hosts additional events on selected dates; see Facebook page for updated schedule. Afterwards, participants will submit pictures, stories, etc. Sun Cycle will provide a discount for scavenger hunt participants’ activities that day. ‘Why Quilts Matter’ — The nine-part documentary series on the history, art and politics of quilts is featured at 3 p.m. Recreation activities at camp include: swimming, canoes, arts and crafts, archery, horseback riding, social games, music and climbing wall activities Space is limited; applications accepted . Tuesday, , at El Paso Community College (EPCC), 9050 Viscount, Building A. Southwest Administrative Professionals conference — Positive Directions presents the 17th annual Conference for Administrative Professionals, 8 a.m. Wednesday and Thursday, , at Headstart Multipurpose Center, 11670 Chito Samaniego, in observance of Administrative Professionals Week. Games begin about 7 p.m., pre-game activities and dinner at 6 p.m. Doors open with silent auction at 6 p.m.; dancing until midnight following a live auction. Potters and other craftspeople work with the community to create handcrafted bowls. First 200 registrants receive a free T-shirt for the event. Relay for Life — The American Cancer Society hosts the annual overnight event beginning 4 p.m. Team members take turns walking around a track or designated path. YWCA Women’s Benefit luncheon — Crisis management expert Judy Smith, the real life inspiration for the hit television show “Scandal,” is guest speaker for the 25th annual benefit luncheon is a.m. Smith, the inspiration behind “Scandal” character Olivia Pope, has served as consultant for several high-profile individuals including Monica Lewinsky, Wesley Snipes and Michael Vick.
The four-story-tall statue of Christ on the cross tops the mountain, 4,576 feet above sea level, in Sunland Park, N. Spring Fling — Alamogordo Chamber of Commerce’s 4th annual field day is 10 a.m. Saturday, , along New York Avenue, between 8th and 10th streets in Alamogordo, N. with a car show, arts and crafts vendors, food vendors and local entertainment. About 100 British cars and motorcycles will be on display, including Mini Coopers, MGs, Jaguars and Morgans. Information: or on Facebook at British Motor Car Club Las Cruces New Mexico. Farmer’s Market at Ardovino’s Desert Crossing — The 14th annual market runs Saturdays at Ardovino’s Desert Crossing, One Ardovino Drive in Sunland Park, N. Free food, gas cards, produce coupons and exercise equipment. Sportscard and Toy Collectible Show — The trading card and toy show is noon to 6 p.m. Gun Show — The Paso Del Norte Gun Collectors Spring Gun Show is 9 a.m. Booths will be judged by a panel of business professionals. Upscale Rummage Sale - Zion Lutheran Church, 2800 Pershing, hosts an indoor yard sale 8 a.m. There will also be food trucks, a raffle of hand-crafted items, and a bake sale. Punk Rock Flea Market — El Paso’s family friendly punk rock market is 5 to 11 p.m. the second Saturday of each month at Whole Foods Market, 100 Pitt. Advance registration is required at downtowningep.com/scavenger-hunt. Stops include Last Thursday galleries and public artworks. The camp serves children and teens with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs). Days of Remembrance ceremony — El Paso Holocaust Museum and Study Center’s annual Yom Ha Shoah (Holocaust Days of Remembrance) commemoration is 2 p.m. José Jorge Mendoza, of University of Massachusetts-Lowell is 3 p.m. Wednesday • Black Orchid Lounge, 6127 N Mesa, 7 p.m. Thursday • Thunderbird Taproom at Whole Foods, 100 Pitt, 7 p.m. Stroll for Epilepsy — The leisurely family walk to raise awareness of epilepsy is 8 to a.m. Participants asked to raise at least for the cause. March Madness symphony fundraiser — The 20th annual fundraiser benefiting the El Paso Symphony Orchestra’s education and outreach programs is Monday, , at the El Paso Country Club, featuring the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship finals on several wide-screen televisions. The annual March Madness Golf Tournament is 1 p.m.; registration at a.m. Milagro Gala — Angelica Hale, the 10-year-old singer who finished second in the 12th season of “America's Got Talent,” is the featured entertainer at the 7th annual benefit gala 6 to 10 p.m. Proceeds from the event benefit sick and injured children at El Paso Children’s Hospital. Empty Bowls Soup Dinner — The Art Student Society at El Paso Community College will sponsor the 14th annual soup dinner and silent auction to raise funds and awareness of world hunger 11 a.m. Saturday, , at El Paso Community College Administrative Service Center, 9050 Viscount, Building A. DMRS Breaking Walls Walk/Run — The 1 Mile Fun Walk/Run benefiting Diocesan Migrant & Refugee Services, Inc. Saturday, , at Chamizal National Memorial, 800 S San Marcial. Tickets: ; age 18 and older admitted; available at The event raises money to purchase hearing aids for needy children, and to fund activities for them.
Bring a lawn chair or blankets and sunscreen; no outside food or drink allowed; food and drink available for purchase. Information on Facebook and Instagram at snmearthday. British Car Days Show — The British Motorcar Club of Southern New Mexico’s 27th annual car show is 10 a.m. Saturday, , on historic Main Street in Downtown Las Cruces. A Book Exchange is on the first and third Saturday of the month. Family groups of 3 (child, parent and other adult relative) are sought to participate. The show includes guns and antiques for buy, sell or trade. Information: All entries will be entered in the business competition. More than 50 families will sell gently used items from furniture and antiques to clothing. the first and third Saturday of each month (during the Downtown Farmer’s Market), at 115 S Durango, Suite D, with art, music, fashion, baked goods, pet goodies, soaps, skincare, handmade objects, food and more. Open to teams of up to five participants; a cell phone will be required. Survivors and their descendants will share their memories and reflections on the impact of the Holocaust on their lives. Current Texas Tech students will describe the traditions, spirit and campus activities. the third Tuesday of the month () on the campus of Tech University Health Sciences Center, 4800 Alberta, in the Paul Foster Education Building, Room 211. Information: Carrie Wilkie, (214) 708-2989, [email protected] Immigration presentation — A Book and panel presentation of “The Moral and Political Philosophy of Immigration: Liberty, Security and Equality” by Dr. Registration begins at 8 a.m.; stroll begins at 9 a.m. The Stroll For Epilepsy is a family-friendly walk, reunion and rally that raises dollars and awareness for Epilepsy Foundation Texas’ programs and services such as camps, medical clinics, and education. Hale, from Atlanta, Ga., wowed the “America’s Got Talent” judges with her rendition of “Rise Up” at the auditions, and got a “Golden Buzzer” pass to the live shows from guest judge Chris Hardwick after singing “Girl on Fire.” She was notable not only for her booming voice, but her back story that include a life-threatening illness at age four that led to a kidney transplant from her mother. Information: 565-6532 or salvationarmytexas.org/elpaso. CASA Gala – CASA of El Paso hosts its annual fundraiser gala Thursday, , at 150 Sunset Event Center 150 Sunset, with live and silent auctions, dinner and a showing of the short film “Emily’s Dragon. CASA of El Paso trains and supports volunteers from the community to advocate for abused and neglected children who need representation in the family court system. ‘Jewelry For A Voice’ — En Voz Alta, a non-profit organization that supports children with hearing loss, hosts its 7th annual dinner and silent jewelry auction 6 to 9 p.m. Main (18th floor Chase Building), with jewelry both designed and crafted from artisans as part of a contest and from local jewelry stores, raffle items, gently used jewelry for sale, jazz music, hearty hors d'oeuvres and cash bar.
Thursday and Friday and noon Saturday, at the Rio Grande Theatre, 211 N. Volunteers will then be treated to a free lunch hosted by Wal-Mart, 571 Walton, noon to 1 p.m. Red, White and Blues Festival — Mesilla Valley Jazz and Blues Society hosts its 5th annual blues festival 4 to 10 p.m. Clair Winery and Bistro, 1720 Avenida de Mesilla, in Mesilla, N. with headliner John Nemeth and the Blue Dreamers, 24/7 Blues Band and Border Blues All Stars. Reuse and Recycle Fashion Show — Keep Las Cruces Beautiful’s 6th annual Reuse & Recycle Fashion Show in honor of Earth Day is noon to 1 p.m. The show will present outfits made from reused and recycled materials. Southern NM Earth Day Festival — City of Las Cruces, NMSU, Dona Ana County, Green Chamber of Commerce, and South Central Solid Waste Authority host the festival 9 a.m. Saturday, , at the Plaza de Las Cruces on Main Street, with music, kids’ activities, educational booths, science march, raffles, local food, recycle fashion show and more. The Earth Day committee has organized an ongoing social media campaign to share everyone’s solutions in creating a healthier planet. Well behaved pets on leash welcome; brunch available for purchase. 3, [email protected], or on Facebook at Farmers Marketat ADC. Sunday, , at the El Maida Shrine Temple, 6331 Alabama. Kids aged 6-16 are invited to create a business plan, develop a product or service and then open for business at our marketplace. Upper Valley Artists and Farmers Market — The artist and farmers market is 9 a.m. Thursday, , centered at Visit El Paso, 400 W San Antonio. Red Raider Roadshow — Deans, associate deans and other representatives from Texas Tech’s academic colleges will be available to discuss the more than 150 majors, plus minors, specializations and other programs Monday, , at El Paso Convention Center. El Paso Crohns & Autoimmune Disease Support Group — The support group meets at 6 p.m. All proceeds will help provide shelter, clothing, and food for El Paso’s homeless families and individuals. Minimum age is 10; height and weight limits also apply.
Fresh Indian bread is on sale at the center, made Saturday mornings. Admission is free, with a nominal charge for fishing hole use. Plaza Theatre Tours — The free weekly tours are noon to 2 p.m.
Northeaster Parade — The 40th annual Transmountain Optimist parade is 10 a.m. • Astronomy Discovery after noon events are 1 to 4 p.m. Friday at Mesilla Valley Mall with presentations and activities Loterra Hall will host book signings during the Space Showcase Friday in Mesilla Valley Mall’s Barnes & Noble, at to p.m. Holland in Alpine, Texas, with door prizes and demonstrations by vendors. Information: 594-2030, edu.elpaso.arch/ or on Facebook at Architecture at Texas Tech University El Paso. The seminars will also cover the benefits of Bariatric surgery. San Marcial, invites families to explore various world cultures for kids age 5 to 11 at 11 a.m. The 45-minute Junior Ranger program offers a different activity such as games, walks, experiments or craft. Thursday, , at El Paso Community Foundation’s Foundation Room, 333 N. Sunday, , at Doña Ana Arts Council Art & Cultural Center, 1740 Calle de Mercado in Mesilla, 1740 Calle de Mercado. The council honors individuals and organizations actively involved in promoting and enhancing the visual, performing and literary arts. Participation is free, but RSVP needed by April 27 to receive free autograph book by Philips: 373-1581. Vegetarian Society of El Paso Spring Fiesta — The society hosts its spring dinner at 6 p.m. Whole Hog BBQ — Down Syndrome Coalition for El Paso (DSCEP), hosts its 3rd annual fundraising barbecue at 3 p.m. Information, reservations: 562-7955, [email protected] or o Lotería — Creative Kids hosts a night of Bingo benefiting the Creative Kids program is p.m. This year’s event celebrates Creative Kids’ 20th Anniversary. Tickets: (0 VIP tables for 8); available at creativekidsolostore. Participants must bring their own table to display. Passes may be acquired during regular cultural center hours of operation. Pass covers entry into national parks and more than 2,000 federal recreation sites. Procurement and Contracting Symposium — The 14th symposium is 8 a.m. Tuesday, , at Centennial Banquet & Conference Center, 11199 Sgt. Fort Bliss Historical Association — The group meets at 1 p.m. To get there: Take Railroad Drive to Deer; turn right. Friday at The Fire — Fort Bliss’s Freedom Crossing hosts free live music featuring local performers 7 to 9 p.m. Social time starts at , lunch meeting and potluck at 10 a.m. To get there: Take Alabama to Mc Kinley and turn toward the mountain. Sunland Park Racetrack & Casino — 1200 Futurity Dr. Licon Dairy — The dairy’s gift shop popular for its homemade asadero cheese products is located at 11951 Glorieta Road in San Elizario and is open 6 a.m. Also featured are family-operated gift shops, featuring jewelry, pottery and other crafts. Information: (575) 405-0461, [email protected], and on Facebook and Twitter. General admission: , ages 18 and older only; available at Live entertainment includes King Octopus, a Jimmy Buffett tribute, Los Chucanos, Radio Altivo and Sorry About Your Sister. All veterans, Boy and Girl Scout troops, high school ROTC units and other civic organizations are invited to participate with their unit colors. San Marcial, presents family and children’s programs 10 a.m. Zarzuela arias will be performed beginning at p.m., directed by Joe Estala, and featuring Cynthia Hill, Roger Herrera, Steven Avila, Liliana Labrado, Allen Thompson and Dr. Food, music and historical booths are also part of the event. March for Planet Earth — Frontera Water Protection Alliance hosts a march and Earth Day Celebration Sunday, , starting at San Jacinto Plaza, Downtown, with guest speakers, musical, and spoken word artists Gris Muñoz, Lyla June Johnston, Amalia Mondragon, A. Food and drink vendors available, as well as art and handmade items, plants, seeds, and other locally produced goods. Rio Grande Festival — San Elizario Genealogy and Historical Society presents the 2nd annual festival of art, culture, history and heritage, as part of the annual History and Dinner Conference, Friday through Sunday, , in the San Elizario Historic District, with reenactment of Oñate’s historical arrival, a three-day history conference, guided tours, old west shootouts, heritage booths, arts and crafts, live entertainment, food and more. 'Día de los Niños, Día de los Libros' — The 22nd annual children’s day/book day is 10 a.m. Saturday, , in Washington Park (next to the El Paso Zoo). The idea for “Día de los Niños, Día de los Libros” comes from Latin America where Children’s Day honors young people in the same way in which Mother’s Day and Father’s Day are celebrated. Admission: (includes souvenir glass and choice of 9 wines or a glass of wine); ages 12-20; under 12 free. Last Thursdays — The Downtown monthly evening art walk includes nearly two dozen pubs, restaurants, stores and galleries. Saturday, , at Francisco Delgado Park, on Imperial Ridge behind Franklin High School. Vrain entrance), with Easter crafts, an Easter story moment and egg hunt. El Paso Fire Department Water Rescue Team will provide before the egg hunt an important water safety presentation to talk to families about the importance of learning to swim and how to stay safe in, on and around the water. Information: 212-0397 or elpasotexas.gov/parks-and-recreation. The 2018 Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition opens in the Transmountain Forum Theatre. Public access is available through the Sheridan, Chaffee and Buffalo Soldiers gates to West Bliss, and Biggs and Old Ironsides gates to East Bliss. Information: 246-3810, 585-1789, or on Facebook at Alliance Francaise El Paso. Friday, , at the Laura Bush and Jenna Welsh Community Library at El Paso Community College Northwest Campus, 6702 South Desert Road. Information, reservations: Alicia Sanchez, 449-2121. Germania Club — The Germania Club of El Paso’s monthly luncheon is at a.m. Woman’s Department Lunch — The Woman’s Department of the Greater El Paso Chamber of Commerce hosts a general meeting a.m. Information: Andy, 471-1997, Singles In The [email protected] on Facebook. Visitors always welcome; admission is free for first-time visitors; annual membership fee. International Coin Club — El Paso’s only coin club meets at 7 p.m. Paul’s United Methodist Church, 7000 Edgemere, with presentations and auction to follow. Thursdays in Hospitals of Providence Transmountain Campus, 2000 Transmountain, first floor conference room. Tickets (tax not included): .21 42 inches or taller or .60 juniors 34 to 41 inches (pay one price); non-rider admission.
Sun City Bacon Festival — KLAQ and KISS-FM host the food event 11 a.m. Bacon menu items range from to ; admission is free. Junior Ranger Day — Chamizal National Memorial, 800 S. Sunday, April 22, at its new location at Socorro Mission, 328 S. Entertainment include the Pebble Hills High School Choir and the Ysleta Drum Corps. Sun City Craft Beer Festival — The Downtown El Paso celebration of craft beer is 1 to 8 p.m. VIP tickets available, with early access one hour before general admission ticketholders; available at Information: 861-4384 or on Facebook at Frontera Water Protectors. No picnic baskets, pets or outside beverages allowed. Easter Egg Hunt and Spring Bash — The 17th annual family event, sponsored by Westside Community Church, is noon to 3 p.m. to noon Saturday, , at First Christian Church, 901 Arizona (St. Information: 831-6479, 831-2220, [email protected], epcc.edu/events/artsfestival or on Facebook at EPCCnews. Barton was recently nominated “Best Arts and Crafts Teacher” in Dallas. Check beforehand to see which gates are open to the public. This year’s theme is “Trolls” with games and crafts presented by Fort Bliss unit Family Readiness Groups, proceeds to benefit FRG funds. Ages 15 through 17 must be accompanied by parent or guardian. L‘Alliance Française d’El Paso — The nonprofit cultural institute, founded in 1964, promotes French culture and language. Guest Speaker is El Paso Symphony Artistic Director Bohuslav Ratty. Cost: (by April 6); mail check to WWC, PO Box 13167, 79913. Meetings include educational presentations and an auction of materials submitted by club members. Cost is for adults and for children 12 years and under.
Great American Cleanup — Las Cruces Parks & Recreation Department’s Keep Las Cruces Beautiful and the New Mexico Clean and Beautiful programs host this year’s Great American Cleanup 8 a.m. Hundreds of volunteers will assist with a citywide cleanup and collect litter at parks, schools, streets and business properties. Individual volunteers, groups and civic organizations are encouraged to register before Tuesday, April 3 at las-cruces.org/departments/parks-and-recreation/. Cruces ‘Kids Can’ Spring Bazaar — The marketplace featuring young entrepreneurs is 9 a.m. Saturday, , during the weekly Farmer’s Market Downtown, on Main Street Las Cruces. Downtowning - The free interactive, family-friendly Scavenger Hunt to discover El Paso’s Downtown is 6 to 9 p.m. Admission is free; register at edu/admissions/roadshow. Information: Maryellen Baeza, (806) 742-1480 or [email protected] First 500 donors receive Dunkin’ Donuts, Little Caesars, Sonic, Bush’s Chicken and Whataburger. Cost is for adults, children and senior, military. Tigua Indian Cultural Center — 305 Yaya Lane, at Socorro Road east of the Ysleta Mission.