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, at El Paso Convention Center, also featuring guests Nicholas Brendon (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) Lou Ferrigno (The Incredible Hulk), Martin Klebba (Pirates of the Carribean), Rikishi, Camillie Keaton and more. Dogs must have current rabies vaccination and city license.
Food, music and historical booths are also part of the event. All well-behaved leashed pets welcome; clean up bags provided. Tickets prices vary; most performances are ( students/military; free for UTEP faculty, students and staff).
Other special guests include Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle creator Kevin Eastman (Saturday and Sunday), 2015 Eisner Hall of Fame winning comic writer Chris Claremont (Uncanny X-Men), voice actor D. Douglas, actors Steve Cardenas, Casper Van Dien, Dina Meyer, and Kevin Grevioux, artist Ian Mc Ginty (Adventure Time), writers Mat Nastos and Natalie Wright, and artists Jay Fotos, Jaime Carrillo and Ben Jones. Young Artist Development Series — Trio Jinx is this year’s featured artists for El Paso Pro-Musica in collaboration with the Peabody Conservatory and John Hopkins University, Young Artists Development Series residency with appearances at schools, senior centers, and pop-up performances at various locations , at 501 Bar and Bistro in the San Carlos Building, 501 Texas. Talisman’ — Human Nature Contemporary Ballet performs at 7 p.m. Mozart’s Requiem — El Paso Choral Society presents the Mozart masterpiece at p.m. The 100 voice El Paso Choral Society Chorale and Orchestra has been performing the major choral and orchestral works in El Paso for over 70 Years. EPCS General Director Prentice Loftin will conduct, with Dr. Information: 532-2043, 203-7292, [email protected] on Facebook at PDNbigband. Tickets: , , , and (Ticketmaster). Goldstein is an Israeli native and winner of the Arianne Katcz Piano Competition in Tel Aviv, Nena Wideman Competition in the U.. Goldstein will record two new CDs on Naxos this year, featuring works by Dvorak and Mozart. each night in the Philanthropy Theatre next to the Plaza. The group offers a unique combination of frantic slapstick, dueling guitars and virtuoso musicianship. Survivors, as well as 2nd and 3rd generation survivors, will share their memories and reflections on the impact of the Holocaust on their lives, while imparting the message of hope, peace, and action in our world today. ON STAGE Siglo de Oro Drama Festival — The 42nd annual celebration of the Spanish language dramatic arts from Spain’s Golden Age runs Wednesday through Saturday, at the Chamizal National Memorial Theatre, 800 S.
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Sunday, April 23, at its new location at Socorro Mission, 328 S. The Pebble Hills High School choir students, directed by Joe Estala, will perform the reenactment at 3 p.m. Vodka Festival — Sample a variety of vodka 5 to 11 p.m. to noon Sunday, , at Eastwood (Album) Park, 3001 Parkwood. Awards for Largest Dog, Smallest Dog, Best Pet Trick, Best Kisser and Best Swimsuit. Sun City Bacon Festival — KLAQ and KISS-FM host the food event 11 a.m. Sunday, , at Union Plaza, Downtown, more than 25 local restaurants and food trucks will have a variety of sample-sized bacon-inspired eats, drinks and sweets available for purchase. The USAF Academy Band Rampart Winds features a variety of musical styles including original works, standard and contemporary classical literature, traditional American classics, and patriotic songs. EPCC Spring Arts Festival —Information: 831-6479, 831-2220, [email protected], epcc.edu/events/artsfestival or on Facebook at EPCCnews.
‘FIRST THANKSGIVING’ — The 28th annual reenactment of the First Thanksgiving of the Southwest of Juan de Oñate and his expedition the first Spanish settlers in this area in April 1598, are presented by El Paso Mission Trail Association at 3 p.m. Exhibits include Birth of the American Southwest, Ysleta Native Arts, Vaquero History, Buffalo Soldiers and the Parkland H. 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). Tasting samples are for 10 tickets, includes souvenir glass. K-9 Classic — The Humane Society of El Paso’s 28th annual one-mile pet walk “Walk for Animals” is a.m. Fun and festivities begin at a.m.; walk begins at a.m. Tickets encouraged but not required, and can be obtained the Coronado High School front office, or by calling (915) 236-2000. Thursday, , at El Paso Community Foundation’s Foundation Room, 333 N. The April Forum features three speakers and a short documentary film entitled “El Cacao” by filmmaker Michelle Aguilar. • “Transform Ed: An Educational Urban Food Forest” with Facilitator Meghan Curry and students of El Paso Leadership Academy • “Creating a Sustainable Table, the Importance of Local Food Production” with Adriana Clowe, Director of Operations at El Paso True Food. Smoked brisket, brick oven pizzas, music and kids activities offered.
The Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Lounge will feature charging stations, wi-fi hotspots, a massage therapist, couches, the latest movie trailers, and free swag. Also: Rio Bosque, El Paso Archaeology, El Paso Museum of History, El Paso Railroad, Tigua Wine Tasting, Desert Archery Club and Ysleta Drum Corps. All wines also available to buy by the glass or bottle. Saturday’s performers are Twisted Hams at noon, Frank Zona and Urban Edge at p.m. Sunday’s performers are Guitar Slim at noon, Austin Jimmy Murphy at p.m. 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 1975 — The UK art-pop quartet brings their North American tour to El Paso at 8 p.m. ‘A Night in the 40s’ — Paso Del Norte Big Band, a 16-piece group, hosts 1940s style dancing and music, 8 to 11 p.m. on Friday, , at the Coronado High School Lee Ross Capshaw Auditorium,100 Champions. Saturday, , at Abraham Chavez Theatre, as part of its U. Sunday, , at The Plaza Theatre, featuring 5000 years of Chinese culture, athletic classical Chinese dance, a groundbreaking East-West orchestra with an elaborate backdrop and setting. Information: 1-800-380-8265 or Shen Yun.com/El-Paso. ALSO THIS WEEK Cultivate Forum — The forum on local food systems and sustainability is p.m. • “Native Plants of the Chihuahuan Desert and Flora Fest 2017 Native Plant Sale” talk with John White, Garden Curator of UTEP’s Centennial Museum & Gardens.
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