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Wyler Aerial Tramway - The Wyler Aerial Tramway at Franklin Mountains State Park features an aerial cable car situated on rugged mountain and rock formations on the east side of the Franklin Mountains. On the smooth ride to the top, the cabin attendant will describe the different cacti and rock formations along the way. Abundant wildlife, including reptiles, birds and insects, offer exciting viewing opportunities.

El Paso Playhouse - The performers here are a community theater group that puts on mostly contemporary plays with the emphasis on comedies. A venue for artists, technicians, patrons, and community members to participate in the arts through regularly scheduled season productions, children's performances, holiday performances, theatre classes and post-show discussions with audiences.

El Paso Pro Musica - El Paso Pro-Musica is devoted to making the art of chamber music available to our community by bringing world-renowned artists to delight and educate audiences. Home to frequent concerts rich with string instruments, day-time concerts, and film showings.

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Alfresco! Fridays - Alfresco Friday’s provides a casual way to experience some of the best established and upcoming local bands. This season features Big Band Jazz, Reggae, Classic Rock, Ska, Blues and more; as well as an Artist Market, providing local artists and artisans a venue to connect with the community.

Fiesta de las Flores - Fiesta de las Flores is the oldest Hispanic Festival in the Southwest, The three-day Fiesta, held each year during the Labor Day weekend, emphasizes El Paso Hispanic heritage and culture. Activities included in the Fiesta are a Queen Gala, a Fiesta Parade, Senior Appreciation Dance, Military Appreciation Day, a Huacha Tournament, live Entertainment, as well as authentic regional cuisine, arts and craft wares, games, and more.

Boo at the Zoo - Pumpkin Bowling, Kiddie Mazes, Lots of Candy at Treat Stations sponsored by local businesses & Costumes Galore! You just have to be a part of the largest outdoor safe trick-or-treat event in El Paso. Watch the different animals eat or play with pumpkins! Your children will go away with a full bag of candy and a smile on their faces.

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Ardovino's Pizza - Established in 1961, Ardovino's originally opened as a gourmet and Italian food mart and has since expanded to include a pizzeria and delicatessen. What does our 40 years of experience mean to you? Great food. Ardovino's specializes in pizza, gourmet foods, sandwiches, salads, and gifts.

El Taco Tote - El Taco Tote really began as a collection of family recipes. The Heras brothers’ mom made the tastiest tacos in Sinaloa, Mexico and insisted on premium meats and a blend of spices perfected over the years by the family members. Now the Heras brothers are bringing the wonderful flavor of "real Mexican grill" to you.

Hudson's Classic Grill - Fun family atmosphere with delicious shakes, hamburgers and chicken strips! Fast and quick dining but with quality fresh food!

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