Forgot to plan your weekend? Not to worry-we’ve got you covered! From sun-up to sun-down, Last Minute Local provides you with the best “no planning required” things to eat, see and do in El Paso. Visit us every Friday for your last minute local or for a complete list of events visit http://www.eventselpaso.com. Have a good suggestion for next weekend? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Walk: San Elizario Art Walk http://www.visitelpasomissiontrail.com/event/artwalk.html or 915-851-0093
The first Friday of every month, more than 20 art gallery/studios open their doors to art lovers, art lover wannabes and people watchers during the monthly First Friday ArtWalk in the San Elizario Historic Art District. The event is a great way to get to know the artists, explore the galleries, listen to some music and snack along the way as you discover your favorite work of art. The ArtWalk takes place along Main Street in the heart of San Elizario’s growing Art District!
The Concert: Sonora Blu http://speakingrockentertainment.com/calendar.html or 915-860-7777
Live! Performing in the Spirit Garden. 18 and older welcomed. Doors open at 6 pm.
The Social Party: La Parada https://www.facebook.com/LaParadaEP?group_id=0
La Parada is an ongoing Arts, Music & Social Party held each and every First Friday of the month in DWNTWN El Paso. Celebrate life, drink and dance on April 5th at 8:30 pm.
The Fun: Generation 2000 http://www.generation2000.net/main.html
8 sand tables for children to build castles, 6 giant pools filled with bubble solution, learn many fascinating facts and play games with scientists, kids can dress up in their favorite occupation and play along with others as they dress as a firefighter, police officer, and doctors. Play along in all the fun with Power 102 Family Fun Adventure Walk. Play games and win prizes with Patti Diaz, Mike Dee, Slomotion, and Monica.
The Film Festival:
http://www.ElPasoArtMuseum.org or *915-532-1707
FILM SHORT: Facundo! (El Tio Facundo) (2010) Uncle Facundo, the black sheep of a family, shows up unexpectedly for an unscheduled reunion and invigorates the dull lives of his relatives, until his presence starts to wear thin.
MOVIE SELECTION: Vámonos con Pancho Villa! (1936) Antonio R. Frausto, Domingo Soler, Manuel Tamés; Directed by Fernando Fuentes; Not Rated; 1936. During the Mexican Revolution, six friends, known as “Los Leones de San Pablo” (the lions of San Pablo), join Pancho Villa and his army, hoping to make a difference. After many battles and tragedy only one of the Lions is left, and he is told to go home while the Revolution rolls on without him.
All films are in Spanish with English Subtitles and begin at 11 am.
The Fair: El Paso Psychic Fair a Metaphysical Event http://www.ElPasoPsychicFair.com
What does the rest of the year. . . . Hold for YOU? What would you like to change about your life?
14 Professional Traveling Psychics from all over Texas and New Mexico do readings and help clients that come to the fair. Ask them anything. Discuss anything. Talk to them about your problems. Ask Ask for answers. Love, Relationships, Career, Money, Family or friend loss. Connect with the departed. Find out what YOUR Angels have to say. Palm and Tarot Card Readings, Spirit Writing, Numerology, Astrology, Angel contact readings, Feng Shui items, Clairvoyants, and more! Readings, New Age Gifts, Crystals & Crystal Skulls for sale, Aromatherapy, Aura Photos, fun fun fun ! Talk to a psychic about anything.
The Expo: El Paso Sports and Get Fit Expo http://www.krod.com
The 12th annual family show will feature free health screenings, consultations, sports card and collectors’ tables, and sports-related retailers will exhibit and sell sporting goods, apparel and more. This years’ special guest is Dallas Cowboy Dez Bryant; autographs are $25; $50 for deluxe items.
The Picnic: James Springer http://www.zinvalle.com/zvb/ai1ec_event/467/?instance_id=106 or 915-877-4544
Join us for free live music and free wine tasting. Come on out and enjoy the lush green of the vineyard, the sounds of guitarist and singer, James Springer. Bring a picnic, your family and friends and enjoy the day at Zin Valle Vineyards. 1-4 pm, Free.
The Concert: WIDOWSPEAK http://lowbrowpalace.wordpress.com/calendar/
Splendid Sun Productions & Lowbrow Palace presents Widowspeak. Ages 18 and older welcomed and doors open at 9:00 p.m.