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Top Holiday Events in El Paso, Texas (Part One) - Cantera Apartments Blog

Top Holiday Events in El Paso, Texas (Part One)

  |     |   Family, Holiday, Traditions

There might not be a more magical time of the year in El Paso when our city businesses and organizations ensure our holidays overflow with magical moments for all.  From sugar plum fairies that dance through the days and sparking trees that light up the night, it’s a month-long celebration to make the season bright!

Make the time now to make your list and check it twice, as there is so much to do and see just moments from your home within our Cantera Apartment Community in El Paso, Texas.

Ho Ho Ho, away you go!

Holiday Dreams, a Spectacular Holiday Show
November 25, 2022
You need to make time for this one and bring the whole family.  It’s a world apart from any holiday show you will ever see.  The website explains it best: “ … the most modern, exciting and original holiday show on the scene today. Featuring holograms, projection mapping, interactive lasers and BMX daredevils, Holiday Dreams is worlds apart from the traditional cirque-style shows. Holiday Dreams also features the most amazing and talented cast of cirque performers, comedic actors, singers and specialty acts from all corners of the world.”

The Holiday Market Series at Sunland Park Mall
Now through December 18, 2022
Get your list and check it twice as some of the finest local artists have goods to get those stockings stuffed!  Friday, Saturday and Sundays are your shopping days for fine d├ęcor, crafts, and gifts for young and old.

Winterfest
Now through January 1, 2023
Promoted as the Coolest Fest in the Southwest, Winterfest has become a tradition in El Paso with the ceremonial lighting of the tree and throughout the historic San Jacinto Plaza. It’s a sight to be seen by all with over 400,000 (yes, that many!) mini-lights, super-sized decorations and winter themed attractions for all to enjoy.  Make a day of it, or go back for more, for a family skate around the rink or saunter through the seasonal trees and displays.  The City of El Paso and partners strive to make the season bigger and better for El Pasoans and visitors to enjoy. 

Sounds of the Holidays
December 2, 2022
Thanks to all the effort of the El Paso Symphony Orchestra, this year’s show is just as magnificent as the past. Included in the performance are musical arrangements and songs under the direction of Conductor Bohuslav Rattay.  It’s an evening of holiday entertainment featuring Barbara Padilla (America’s Got Talent 1st Runner up) and the Youth Opera of El Paso.  On the set-list are the favorites: Oh holy night, Silent night, Do you hear what I hear and more.

Join “Opening Notes” with Nathan Black, EPSYO General Manager, 6:30pm Philanthropy Theatre prior to each classical concert for insights on the evening’s program.

Arts in the Parks: Holiday Ornaments and Cards
December 3, 2022
Make your tree and Mother Nature happy by creating your own ornaments and holiday cards at the Visitors Center at Tom Mays Park. No reservation is necessary yet if you have questions, call 915 444-9100.  It’s only $5 for adults 13 years old and up; free for Texas State Park Pass holders and children between the ages of 5-12 years old.

Snow Globe Making
December 3, 2022
Continue your creativity at the El Paso Museum of Art (One Ars Festival Plaza) from noon to 4:00 pm.  All are welcome to make your very first Snow Globe to take home to appreciate for years to come. 
 

 

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