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Information, schedule: 212-0393 or elpasotexas.gov/parks-and-recreation. Virginia; Pavo Real, 9301 Alameda; Seville, 6700 Sambrano, San Juan, 701 N. The event includes a presentation of colors, and Christian flags and a children’s choir. Las Cruces Space Festival — The inaugural festival coinciding with the 57th anniversary of the first manned space flight is , with film screening, hands-on activities and more. Information: Visit Las Cruces at (575) 541-2444, or on Facebook. T or C “Wild Wild West” Fiesta — The 69th annual fiesta is Friday through Sunday, , in Truth or Consequences, N. Big Bend Gem and Mineral Show — The annual show and sale is , at Alpine Civic Center, 801 W. Evenings begin with social hour and light refreshments to p.m., with seminars to 7 p.m. Events include talks, movie screenings, dinners, tours with Morris Brown, and other networking events. Coronado, Vice President in Charge and Senior Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, El Paso Branch, will talk on “Making the Leap: From Individual Contributor to Leader.” Adults 21 and older are invited to enjoy discussion, networking, wine, and light appetizers. , at Candlewood Suites, 4631 Cohen, for those suffering from complications due to obesity such as diabetes, sleep apnea, hypertension and more. Spiritual Experience discussion — Eckankar in Texas hosts two free programs at El Paso Public Library Memorial Branch, 3200 Copper. Chamizal Junior Ranger Saturday — Chamizal National Memorial, 800 S. Information/reservations: 532-7273 or nps.gov/cham. Document shredding — Better Business Bureau’s free paper shredding event, provided by Commercial Records Center, is 9 a.m. (or until the truck is full), Saturday, , at Sam's Club West, 7970 N. Bring up to 100 pounds (three boxes or bags) of documents for shredding; old checkbooks, paperclips and staples okay. Cultivate Forum — The forum on local food systems and sustainability is p.m. Doña Ana Arts Council Arts Awards — The 31st annual Community Arts Awards reception is 3 to 6 p.m. Participants meet at the intersection of Robinson and Scenic, to learn about the history, geology, and legends of the El Paso and Ciudad Juarez region, all the way up the Scenic Point. Beginner’s Yoga — Rio Grande Cancer Foundation, 616 N Virginia, Suite D, hosts free beginner’s yoga facilitated by Linda Bustamante to p.m. to Tuesday and Thursday, in the foundation’s classroom. Nutrition & Smoothie Classes in English and Spanish are 10 to 11 a.m. Thursdays starting in May in the classroom, led by trained facilitators who bring new approaches to nurturing, positive living and gratitude. Elks Lodge Youth Week — El Paso Elks Lodge 187, 2278 Trawood, Suite C-E, hosts a “Celebration of Elk’s Youth Week” event 11 a.m. Saturday, , with reading of “Gizmo Goes to Yellowstone” by children’s author Heidi Philips (along with an appearance by “Gizmo,”), followed by children’s activities and pizza and drinks at 1 p.m. Geeks Who Drink — The homegrown Pub Trivia Quiz modeled after those in Ireland and the UK, host quiz nights at various locations in El Paso. Tickets: available at the door or at the Loretto Academy, 1st floor Business Office. Items will be accepted during regular lodge hours, 9 a.m. The school that collect the donations for TTP drive gets recognition at the KFOX 14/CBS4 studios planning a Pay It Forward for their school or community. The sale is free and open to the public, but only Do D cardholders are allowed to sell items. Sales opportunity at Old Fort Bliss Replica, 5054 Pershing Road, for Do D ID cardholders not living on post. San Marcial, celebrates the Fort Bliss community 10 a.m. Saturday, , and offers a free military pass for current U. military members and dependents in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard as well as Reserve and National Guard members. Registration: , includes breakfast and lunch Registration: 831-7749 or the first Tuesday of each month (March 6) at the Trading Post (former commissary), 1717 Marshall Road, at Fort Bliss. Wyler Aerial Tramway State Park is managed by Texas Parks & Wildlife and is also part of Franklin Mountains State Park.

Missouri; Marty Robbins, 11620 Vista del Sol; Multipurpose, 9031 Viscount; Nolan Richardson, 4435 Maxwell; Pat O’Rourke, 901 N. Thursday, , at Oz Glaze Center, 13969 Veny Webb, in Horizon City, with area churches participating. to noon Sunday, , with a kids’ egg hunt, jumping balloon and activities. Mount Cristo Rey — The mountain trail will be open 9 a.m. Good Friday, The trail features stops for the traditional 14 Stations of the Cross, as well as shrines to Our Lady of Fatima and Our Lady of Guadalupe. Dog and cat food will be collected as an on-site service project. Dues are still

Information, schedule: 212-0393 or elpasotexas.gov/parks-and-recreation. Virginia; Pavo Real, 9301 Alameda; Seville, 6700 Sambrano, San Juan, 701 N. The event includes a presentation of colors, and Christian flags and a children’s choir. Las Cruces Space Festival — The inaugural festival coinciding with the 57th anniversary of the first manned space flight is , with film screening, hands-on activities and more. Information: Visit Las Cruces at (575) 541-2444, or on Facebook. T or C “Wild Wild West” Fiesta — The 69th annual fiesta is Friday through Sunday, , in Truth or Consequences, N. Big Bend Gem and Mineral Show — The annual show and sale is , at Alpine Civic Center, 801 W. Evenings begin with social hour and light refreshments to p.m., with seminars to 7 p.m. Events include talks, movie screenings, dinners, tours with Morris Brown, and other networking events. Coronado, Vice President in Charge and Senior Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, El Paso Branch, will talk on “Making the Leap: From Individual Contributor to Leader.” Adults 21 and older are invited to enjoy discussion, networking, wine, and light appetizers. , at Candlewood Suites, 4631 Cohen, for those suffering from complications due to obesity such as diabetes, sleep apnea, hypertension and more. Spiritual Experience discussion — Eckankar in Texas hosts two free programs at El Paso Public Library Memorial Branch, 3200 Copper. Chamizal Junior Ranger Saturday — Chamizal National Memorial, 800 S. Information/reservations: 532-7273 or nps.gov/cham. Document shredding — Better Business Bureau’s free paper shredding event, provided by Commercial Records Center, is 9 a.m. (or until the truck is full), Saturday, , at Sam's Club West, 7970 N. Bring up to 100 pounds (three boxes or bags) of documents for shredding; old checkbooks, paperclips and staples okay. Cultivate Forum — The forum on local food systems and sustainability is p.m. Doña Ana Arts Council Arts Awards — The 31st annual Community Arts Awards reception is 3 to 6 p.m. Participants meet at the intersection of Robinson and Scenic, to learn about the history, geology, and legends of the El Paso and Ciudad Juarez region, all the way up the Scenic Point. Beginner’s Yoga — Rio Grande Cancer Foundation, 616 N Virginia, Suite D, hosts free beginner’s yoga facilitated by Linda Bustamante to p.m. to Tuesday and Thursday, in the foundation’s classroom. Nutrition & Smoothie Classes in English and Spanish are 10 to 11 a.m. Thursdays starting in May in the classroom, led by trained facilitators who bring new approaches to nurturing, positive living and gratitude. Elks Lodge Youth Week — El Paso Elks Lodge 187, 2278 Trawood, Suite C-E, hosts a “Celebration of Elk’s Youth Week” event 11 a.m. Saturday, , with reading of “Gizmo Goes to Yellowstone” by children’s author Heidi Philips (along with an appearance by “Gizmo,”), followed by children’s activities and pizza and drinks at 1 p.m. Geeks Who Drink — The homegrown Pub Trivia Quiz modeled after those in Ireland and the UK, host quiz nights at various locations in El Paso. Tickets: $15 available at the door or at the Loretto Academy, 1st floor Business Office. Items will be accepted during regular lodge hours, 9 a.m. The school that collect the donations for TTP drive gets recognition at the KFOX 14/CBS4 studios planning a Pay It Forward for their school or community. The sale is free and open to the public, but only Do D cardholders are allowed to sell items. Sales opportunity at Old Fort Bliss Replica, 5054 Pershing Road, for Do D ID cardholders not living on post. San Marcial, celebrates the Fort Bliss community 10 a.m. Saturday, , and offers a free military pass for current U. military members and dependents in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard as well as Reserve and National Guard members. Registration: $35, includes breakfast and lunch Registration: 831-7749 or the first Tuesday of each month (March 6) at the Trading Post (former commissary), 1717 Marshall Road, at Fort Bliss. Wyler Aerial Tramway State Park is managed by Texas Parks & Wildlife and is also part of Franklin Mountains State Park.

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Information, schedule: 212-0393 or elpasotexas.gov/parks-and-recreation. Virginia; Pavo Real, 9301 Alameda; Seville, 6700 Sambrano, San Juan, 701 N. The event includes a presentation of colors, and Christian flags and a children’s choir. Las Cruces Space Festival — The inaugural festival coinciding with the 57th anniversary of the first manned space flight is , with film screening, hands-on activities and more. Information: Visit Las Cruces at (575) 541-2444, or on Facebook. T or C “Wild Wild West” Fiesta — The 69th annual fiesta is Friday through Sunday, , in Truth or Consequences, N. Big Bend Gem and Mineral Show — The annual show and sale is , at Alpine Civic Center, 801 W. Evenings begin with social hour and light refreshments to p.m., with seminars to 7 p.m. Events include talks, movie screenings, dinners, tours with Morris Brown, and other networking events. Coronado, Vice President in Charge and Senior Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, El Paso Branch, will talk on “Making the Leap: From Individual Contributor to Leader.” Adults 21 and older are invited to enjoy discussion, networking, wine, and light appetizers. , at Candlewood Suites, 4631 Cohen, for those suffering from complications due to obesity such as diabetes, sleep apnea, hypertension and more. Spiritual Experience discussion — Eckankar in Texas hosts two free programs at El Paso Public Library Memorial Branch, 3200 Copper. Chamizal Junior Ranger Saturday — Chamizal National Memorial, 800 S. Information/reservations: 532-7273 or nps.gov/cham. Document shredding — Better Business Bureau’s free paper shredding event, provided by Commercial Records Center, is 9 a.m. (or until the truck is full), Saturday, , at Sam's Club West, 7970 N. Bring up to 100 pounds (three boxes or bags) of documents for shredding; old checkbooks, paperclips and staples okay. Cultivate Forum — The forum on local food systems and sustainability is p.m. Doña Ana Arts Council Arts Awards — The 31st annual Community Arts Awards reception is 3 to 6 p.m. Participants meet at the intersection of Robinson and Scenic, to learn about the history, geology, and legends of the El Paso and Ciudad Juarez region, all the way up the Scenic Point. Beginner’s Yoga — Rio Grande Cancer Foundation, 616 N Virginia, Suite D, hosts free beginner’s yoga facilitated by Linda Bustamante to p.m. to Tuesday and Thursday, in the foundation’s classroom. Nutrition & Smoothie Classes in English and Spanish are 10 to 11 a.m. Thursdays starting in May in the classroom, led by trained facilitators who bring new approaches to nurturing, positive living and gratitude. Elks Lodge Youth Week — El Paso Elks Lodge 187, 2278 Trawood, Suite C-E, hosts a “Celebration of Elk’s Youth Week” event 11 a.m. Saturday, , with reading of “Gizmo Goes to Yellowstone” by children’s author Heidi Philips (along with an appearance by “Gizmo,”), followed by children’s activities and pizza and drinks at 1 p.m. Geeks Who Drink — The homegrown Pub Trivia Quiz modeled after those in Ireland and the UK, host quiz nights at various locations in El Paso. Tickets: $15 available at the door or at the Loretto Academy, 1st floor Business Office. Items will be accepted during regular lodge hours, 9 a.m. The school that collect the donations for TTP drive gets recognition at the KFOX 14/CBS4 studios planning a Pay It Forward for their school or community. The sale is free and open to the public, but only Do D cardholders are allowed to sell items. Sales opportunity at Old Fort Bliss Replica, 5054 Pershing Road, for Do D ID cardholders not living on post. San Marcial, celebrates the Fort Bliss community 10 a.m. Saturday, , and offers a free military pass for current U. military members and dependents in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard as well as Reserve and National Guard members. Registration: $35, includes breakfast and lunch Registration: 831-7749 or the first Tuesday of each month (March 6) at the Trading Post (former commissary), 1717 Marshall Road, at Fort Bliss. Wyler Aerial Tramway State Park is managed by Texas Parks & Wildlife and is also part of Franklin Mountains State Park.

Missouri; Marty Robbins, 11620 Vista del Sol; Multipurpose, 9031 Viscount; Nolan Richardson, 4435 Maxwell; Pat O’Rourke, 901 N. Thursday, , at Oz Glaze Center, 13969 Veny Webb, in Horizon City, with area churches participating. to noon Sunday, , with a kids’ egg hunt, jumping balloon and activities. Mount Cristo Rey — The mountain trail will be open 9 a.m. Good Friday, The trail features stops for the traditional 14 Stations of the Cross, as well as shrines to Our Lady of Fatima and Our Lady of Guadalupe. Dog and cat food will be collected as an on-site service project. Dues are still $1 a year ($100 for lifetime membership). Basketball, horse show, volleyball and skateboard tournaments, kids fishing derby, junk boat race and vendors. Participants can learn how to advocate for the world’s poor in 45 seconds. ‘Feed Your Mind’ seminar series — Doña Ana Arts Council brings speakers on a wide range of topics to the community Thursdays through May at DAAC Arts & Cultural Center, in Bulletin Plaza, 1740 Avenida de Mercado, Suites B–D. S./Mexico border to discuss the timely topic of borders. Tuesday, , at Double Tree by Hilton Downtown Sky Lounge, 600 N El Paso. Weight Loss Seminar — Las Palmas Del Sol Bariatric Clinic hosts free weight loss seminars 6 to 7 p.m. Information: Bonita Johnson, 479-1252 or [email protected]; or Rita Wheelright 526-1116 or [email protected] Registration (by April 13): $199; $249 after April 13 (table and multiple ticket prices available). Mel Campbell; Toribio “Toby” Natividad, MD and event organizer Aliana Apodaca. The April forum features three presentations and a short documentary film, “Message in a Bottle” by Danny Schmidt: • “Air Pollution Data Mapping” with Ersela Kripa and Stephen Mueller, assistant professors, Texas Tech University, College of Architecture-El Paso • “Food Technology Outreach with Young People: Principles and Success Stories from the EPCC/UTEP STEMGROW Program” with Paul Hotchkin, instructor, Biological Sciences, El Paso Community College • “Native Plants of the Chihuahuan Desert and the Flora FEST-2018 Native Plant Sale” with John White, Garden Curator, UTEP Centennial Museum & Chihuahuan Desert Gardens. ‘Surviving and Thriving’ classes — Rio Grande Cancer Foundation, 616 N Virginia, Suite D, hosts a free multi-session, interactive program for participants whose lives have been impacted by a cancer diagnosis 6 to 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday, , in the Loretto Academy High School Gym, 1300 Hardaway with music by Fungi Mungle and a silent auction. Elks Lodge Toiletries Drive — Elks Lodge 187, 2278 Trawood, Suite C, will host the first of its monthly toiletries collection drives noon to 4 p.m. They will collect new items all year to benefit the area’s homeless, veterans, and victims of violence, among other groups in need. Items can also be send directly to the lodge by ordering online at under the “Elks Lodge 187 TTP Wishlist.” The Lodge is hosting a “High School Challenge” for all area high schools. Cost: $22.95 ($12.50 for children ages 5-10, and free for children ages 4 and under). Armed Forces Day Parade participants — Marching bands, community and school organization floats, entertainment acts, and more are being sought to participate first ever Armed Forces Day and Parade Celebration planned for Saturday, on Fort Bliss. Ignite El Paso — The one-day entrepreneurship program for women exploring the idea of small business ownership is 8 a.m. Thursday, , at Centennial Banquet and Conference Center on Fort Bliss, with speakers and business resources. Fort Bliss Yard Sale — The semiannual post-wide yard sale is 8 a.m. Saturday, , at all housing units on the all on-post housing area. Age 14-17 must be accompanied by parent or guardian. Military & Veteran Recognition Day —Chamizal National Memorial, 80 S. Non-Commissioned Officers’ Wives Club — The club meets to a.m.

Saturday, , at Sunland Park Racetrack & Casino, 1200 Futurity Dr., Sunland Park, N. with rum drinks like piña coladas, frozen margaritas, daiquiris, mojitos, mai tais and more. Smaller celebrations also planned at Armijo Branch Library, Sergio Troncoso Branch Library, and the Esperanza Acosta Moreno Regional Library. La Viña Spring Wine Festival — The annual spring celebration of live music, arts and crafts, food and more than 20 award-winning New Mexico wines is noon to 7 p.m. Parking and entrance to the festival is at the back of the winery (do not park on NM 28). Miss Texas Earth and Teen Earth — The ”beauty with a cause” pageants are 7 p.m. The winner of Miss Earth Texas serves as the ambassador to environmental protection campaigns statewide. Academic Achievement Award will be given to a student. the second Thursday of the month () at Grace Presbyterian Church, 8001 Magnetic (at Titanic). the first Thursday of the month at the Branigan Memorial Library, 200 E. Guests, beginning and advanced collectors are invited to trade, buy, and sell stamps. Paso del Norte Quilt Guild — The guild’s regular meeting is a.m. Anyone age 18 or older interested in quilting is welcome; no experience needed. Toastmasters clubs — The clubs develop professional leadership and communications skills in a supportive setting with colleagues. Tuesdays, at Pebble Hills Regional Command, 10780 Pebble Hills. Western Playland — The amusement park is at 1249 Futurity Dr.

Other guests include comic book artist Brett Booth (Teen Titans, Backlash), and Pat Ballestros, and voice actors Arryn Zech, Kara Eberle and Barbara Dunkelman of “RWBY.” The event will also feature an artist alley, autograph sessions and photo ops, crafting, panels/Q&A events, seminars and workshops, gaming and after hours events. Sci-Fi, official After Party of El Paso Comic Con, is 9 p.m. Beach, Booze and Brews at the Park — Sample a variety of tropical drinks 5 to 10 p.m. Massing of the Colors — El Paso Chapter of the Military Order of the World Wars hosts the 43rd annual ceremony at 2 p.m. Various activities, food booths, free books, crafts and more. Author Pat Mora started America’s celebration of Children’s Day in 1997 to celebrate children and promote literacy. All wines also available to buy by the glass or bottle. From I-10, take the Vinton Exit turn West on Vinton road, about 4 miles to Highway 28, then right 1 mile to the winery. The event includes thousands of eggs, family activities including jumping balloon and face painting, appearance by the Easter Bunny and entertainment. Admission is free; donations of canned goods for local food pantry encouraged. Golden Egg Hunt and April Pools Day — The City of El Paso Parks and Recreation Department will host a Golden Easter Egg Hunt to p.m. Fort Bliss Easter events — The following events are planned in celebration of Easter at Fort Bliss. • Easter-Avaganza — The annual family concert and parade, is noon to 4 p.m. Westside Welcome Club — The nonprofit group is open to both newcomers and longtime residents. Thursday, , at the Underwood Golf Course, 3200 Coe, Fort Bliss. Thursday, , with lunch served at noon by EPCC’s Culinary Arts Department at their “Club 1309, Building B at the Administrative Service Center, 9050 Viscount.. Discover El Paso — The nonprofit group, founded in 1973, is dedicated to promoting things to do and see in and around El Paso. El Paso Northeast Quilters Guild — Monthly meetings are 7 to 9 p.m. El Paso Philatelic Society — The El Paso stamp club meets 7 to 9 p.m. Visitors always welcome, and admission free for first-time visitors. Mesilla Valley Stamp Club — The stamp club meets 6 to 8 p.m. • Eastside Toastmasters— Weekly meetings are to p.m. Individual ride tickets are $2.50; rides are 1 or 2 tickets.

Montelongo of UTEP, and a special community volunteer award to Gabriela Castañeda of Border Network for Human Rights. Taste all eight recipes in different categories then vote for the favorite chef. Fill the donations truck with gently used housewares and clothing. Indian Cliffs Ranch — The working cattle ranch in Fabens offers a children’s zoo, buffalo, longhorns, deer, rattlesnake pit, movie sets and the Fort Apache playground. also offers the Apache Eagle Zip Rider, which spans 2,668 feet, lasting about three minutes.

a year (0 for lifetime membership). Basketball, horse show, volleyball and skateboard tournaments, kids fishing derby, junk boat race and vendors. Participants can learn how to advocate for the world’s poor in 45 seconds. ‘Feed Your Mind’ seminar series — Doña Ana Arts Council brings speakers on a wide range of topics to the community Thursdays through May at DAAC Arts & Cultural Center, in Bulletin Plaza, 1740 Avenida de Mercado, Suites B–D. S./Mexico border to discuss the timely topic of borders. Tuesday, , at Double Tree by Hilton Downtown Sky Lounge, 600 N El Paso. Weight Loss Seminar — Las Palmas Del Sol Bariatric Clinic hosts free weight loss seminars 6 to 7 p.m. Information: Bonita Johnson, 479-1252 or [email protected]; or Rita Wheelright 526-1116 or [email protected] Registration (by April 13): 9; 9 after April 13 (table and multiple ticket prices available). Mel Campbell; Toribio “Toby” Natividad, MD and event organizer Aliana Apodaca. The April forum features three presentations and a short documentary film, “Message in a Bottle” by Danny Schmidt: • “Air Pollution Data Mapping” with Ersela Kripa and Stephen Mueller, assistant professors, Texas Tech University, College of Architecture-El Paso • “Food Technology Outreach with Young People: Principles and Success Stories from the EPCC/UTEP STEMGROW Program” with Paul Hotchkin, instructor, Biological Sciences, El Paso Community College • “Native Plants of the Chihuahuan Desert and the Flora FEST-2018 Native Plant Sale” with John White, Garden Curator, UTEP Centennial Museum & Chihuahuan Desert Gardens. ‘Surviving and Thriving’ classes — Rio Grande Cancer Foundation, 616 N Virginia, Suite D, hosts a free multi-session, interactive program for participants whose lives have been impacted by a cancer diagnosis 6 to 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday, , in the Loretto Academy High School Gym, 1300 Hardaway with music by Fungi Mungle and a silent auction. Elks Lodge Toiletries Drive — Elks Lodge 187, 2278 Trawood, Suite C, will host the first of its monthly toiletries collection drives noon to 4 p.m. They will collect new items all year to benefit the area’s homeless, veterans, and victims of violence, among other groups in need. Items can also be send directly to the lodge by ordering online at under the “Elks Lodge 187 TTP Wishlist.” The Lodge is hosting a “High School Challenge” for all area high schools. Cost: .95 (.50 for children ages 5-10, and free for children ages 4 and under). Armed Forces Day Parade participants — Marching bands, community and school organization floats, entertainment acts, and more are being sought to participate first ever Armed Forces Day and Parade Celebration planned for Saturday, on Fort Bliss. Ignite El Paso — The one-day entrepreneurship program for women exploring the idea of small business ownership is 8 a.m. Thursday, , at Centennial Banquet and Conference Center on Fort Bliss, with speakers and business resources. Fort Bliss Yard Sale — The semiannual post-wide yard sale is 8 a.m. Saturday, , at all housing units on the all on-post housing area. Age 14-17 must be accompanied by parent or guardian. Military & Veteran Recognition Day —Chamizal National Memorial, 80 S. Non-Commissioned Officers’ Wives Club — The club meets to a.m.

Saturday, , at Sunland Park Racetrack & Casino, 1200 Futurity Dr., Sunland Park, N. with rum drinks like piña coladas, frozen margaritas, daiquiris, mojitos, mai tais and more. Smaller celebrations also planned at Armijo Branch Library, Sergio Troncoso Branch Library, and the Esperanza Acosta Moreno Regional Library. La Viña Spring Wine Festival — The annual spring celebration of live music, arts and crafts, food and more than 20 award-winning New Mexico wines is noon to 7 p.m. Parking and entrance to the festival is at the back of the winery (do not park on NM 28). Miss Texas Earth and Teen Earth — The ”beauty with a cause” pageants are 7 p.m. The winner of Miss Earth Texas serves as the ambassador to environmental protection campaigns statewide. Academic Achievement Award will be given to a student. the second Thursday of the month () at Grace Presbyterian Church, 8001 Magnetic (at Titanic). the first Thursday of the month at the Branigan Memorial Library, 200 E. Guests, beginning and advanced collectors are invited to trade, buy, and sell stamps. Paso del Norte Quilt Guild — The guild’s regular meeting is a.m. Anyone age 18 or older interested in quilting is welcome; no experience needed. Toastmasters clubs — The clubs develop professional leadership and communications skills in a supportive setting with colleagues. Tuesdays, at Pebble Hills Regional Command, 10780 Pebble Hills. Western Playland — The amusement park is at 1249 Futurity Dr.

Other guests include comic book artist Brett Booth (Teen Titans, Backlash), and Pat Ballestros, and voice actors Arryn Zech, Kara Eberle and Barbara Dunkelman of “RWBY.” The event will also feature an artist alley, autograph sessions and photo ops, crafting, panels/Q&A events, seminars and workshops, gaming and after hours events. Sci-Fi, official After Party of El Paso Comic Con, is 9 p.m. Beach, Booze and Brews at the Park — Sample a variety of tropical drinks 5 to 10 p.m. Massing of the Colors — El Paso Chapter of the Military Order of the World Wars hosts the 43rd annual ceremony at 2 p.m. Various activities, food booths, free books, crafts and more. Author Pat Mora started America’s celebration of Children’s Day in 1997 to celebrate children and promote literacy. All wines also available to buy by the glass or bottle. From I-10, take the Vinton Exit turn West on Vinton road, about 4 miles to Highway 28, then right 1 mile to the winery. The event includes thousands of eggs, family activities including jumping balloon and face painting, appearance by the Easter Bunny and entertainment. Admission is free; donations of canned goods for local food pantry encouraged. Golden Egg Hunt and April Pools Day — The City of El Paso Parks and Recreation Department will host a Golden Easter Egg Hunt to p.m. Fort Bliss Easter events — The following events are planned in celebration of Easter at Fort Bliss. • Easter-Avaganza — The annual family concert and parade, is noon to 4 p.m. Westside Welcome Club — The nonprofit group is open to both newcomers and longtime residents. Thursday, , at the Underwood Golf Course, 3200 Coe, Fort Bliss. Thursday, , with lunch served at noon by EPCC’s Culinary Arts Department at their “Club 1309, Building B at the Administrative Service Center, 9050 Viscount.. Discover El Paso — The nonprofit group, founded in 1973, is dedicated to promoting things to do and see in and around El Paso. El Paso Northeast Quilters Guild — Monthly meetings are 7 to 9 p.m. El Paso Philatelic Society — The El Paso stamp club meets 7 to 9 p.m. Visitors always welcome, and admission free for first-time visitors. Mesilla Valley Stamp Club — The stamp club meets 6 to 8 p.m. • Eastside Toastmasters— Weekly meetings are to p.m. Individual ride tickets are .50; rides are 1 or 2 tickets.

Montelongo of UTEP, and a special community volunteer award to Gabriela Castañeda of Border Network for Human Rights. Taste all eight recipes in different categories then vote for the favorite chef. Fill the donations truck with gently used housewares and clothing. Indian Cliffs Ranch — The working cattle ranch in Fabens offers a children’s zoo, buffalo, longhorns, deer, rattlesnake pit, movie sets and the Fort Apache playground. also offers the Apache Eagle Zip Rider, which spans 2,668 feet, lasting about three minutes.

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Saturday’s bands: • Noon — Frank Zona and Urban Edge • p.m. — Slick Reynolds Sunday’s entertainment: • Noon — Mosaic • p.m. Cost: ; check payable to WDGEPCC, 9201 Edgemere, 79925. Singles in the Son - The group develops friendships among Christian singles ages 30 to 50. The nonprofit organization promotes quilting among interested persons, and brings the beginner, experienced, quilters together for various events and projects. the second Saturday () of the month, at University Presbyterian Church, 631 Resler.

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.