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Dickens Style Walkabout — In-COG-nito Steampunk Group hosts the Victorian style Downtown and bar walk 7 p.m. 1, beginning at downtown skating rink around the Downtown ice rink and surrounding establishments, to sing some Christmas carols and visit some local watering holes, and expect and appearance by the Ghost of Christmas present. All activities outside of the drinking establishments are family friendly.

El Paso Mineral and Gem Society Show — The annual mineral, gem, jewelry and bead show is Dec.

Turn left on Tortugas Drive and then turn right on Parroquia. A Mass for the Virgin de Guadalupe will be celebrated Tuesday, followed by dancing by the matachines (Los Danzantes) and Piro-Manso-Tiwa Tribe members. Anthony’s Seminary, Crescent and Hastings in Central El Paso, will host events in honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe Dec.

A fiesta Mass will be held followed by dances, traditional dinner and afternoon procession. To get there: Take Interstate 10 to Las Cruces, exit on University Avenue and go under the freeway; turn left at the stop sign and continue on Main, going through two signals. A procession of the virgin is Sunday and Monday from the hall to the church.

Eastlake Christmas Parade — The Eastlake Lions Club’s Christmas Parade, is 10 a.m.

Let There Be Lights Loya Light Show — The brilliant display of 450,000 holiday lights choreographed to music is featured in the 12th annual display at 6, 7 and 8 p.m. Please park at Montwood High School, and not in the surrounding neighborhoods, or church parking lot. Information on Facebook at El Paso Christmas Lights. Lights on the Lake — The display of holiday lights at Ascarate Park, 6900 Delta, runs through early January. From I-10, take Trowbridge northwest to Pennsylvania Ave. Eastridge Christmas lights — The residents of the Eastside subdivision of Eastridge participates each year in an elaborate neighborhood-wide holiday lights display. Hillsboro’s Main Street merchants will celebrate the day with food, music, and special holiday offerings. Ruidoso Festival of Lights — The mountain village of Ruidoso hosts the following events though the Christmas season. Toys for Tots will have a float for the event; parade-goers are encouraged to bring a toy to donate. The tree will be decorated with ornaments created by students from an area school. The trails and ruins of the 19th-century fort will be lit by 800 luminarias, and visitors will be treated to hot chocolate, a warm campfire and decoration making and more.

Discount days include off Tuesdays with canned good donation. Also featured is a giant inflated snow globe, Electric 25 holiday tree, Warming Tent, Kringle Kafé, Winter Market Shoppes (featuring Mini Donut Depot, Delicious Mexican Eatery, and other local vendors), and numerous lights and décor.

New to the event this year is a mural on the El Paso Museum of Art’s exterior wall creating a photo opportunity for guests.

Celebration of Lights Christmas Tree Lighting — The City of El Paso Parks and Recreation Department and evolve Federal Credit Union present the 82nd annual evolve Credit Union “Celebration of Lights” Christmas tree and displays Saturday, Dec. Information: 212-0092 or on Facebook at El Paso Parks and Recreation. counting down to the Tree Lighting at p.m., followed by the Celebration of Lights Parade. Presented by El Paso Community College Senior Adult Program. Complimentary tickets available through the Seniors Adult Program: 831-7801. Information: 525-4504, elpasohockey.org/scb or on Facebook. Navidad de La Fe Luminarias — La Fe Clinic will light up Scenic Drive with more than 4,000 luminarias for its 25th annual event 6 to 10 p.m. Vehicles drive slowly westward along Scenic Drive past campfires manned by event volunteers, and toward Santa Claus. For safety reasons, participants are asked to remain inside their vehicles at all times. Anthony’s Seminary Posada — The seminary, at Crescent and Hastings in Central El Paso, celebrates the traditional custom of the posada at about p.m. 16-23, with rosary, songs by Los Franciscanos and procession, followed by the breaking of piñatas. The seminary’s famous Nativity scene will be on display through Christmas Day. Posadas Celebration and Luminaria Lighting Festival — The San Elizario Genealogy & Historical Society hosts the traditional Christmas luminarias 5 to 9 p.m.

PBS Kids Fiesta — KCOS, El Paso’s PBS station, hosts the 3rd annual event for area children noon to 5 p.m. 2, at the El Paso Convention Center, 1 Civic Center Plaza, with photo ops with Curious George and Buddy from “Dinosaur Train,” live music, dance performances, and many educational activities and games. Holiday Extravaganza — El Paso Parks and Recreation hosts weekend activities at downtown’s San Jacinto Plaza 5 to 10 p.m. 15-16, with live entertainment, food, and arts and crafts vendors and children’s activities. Information: 252-9031 or elpasotexas.gov/parks-and-recreation. Magoffin Holiday Open House — The annual holiday season event at the Magoffin Home State Historic Site, 1120 Magoffin, is 5 to 8p.m. 9, with music, cookies and cocoa, and free activities for kids. ‘Navidad on the Border’ — The 23rd annual musical homage to the community’s Mexican Navidad and American Christmas traditions is 3 to 6 p.m. 9, at EPCC’s Administrative Service Center Auditorium, Building A. Admission is free, but sightseers are invited to donate canned and dry goods or cash or checks (made to “Centro de Salud Familiar La Fe” to benefit families served by La Fe. Scenic Drive will be open only to one-way traffic during the event, accessible from Richmond/Alabama streets in Central El Paso. Claus, Santa’s cousin Pancho Claus, their elves, and a live nativity scene. Claus will be collecting canned foods or cash donations to help El Paso families in need. The lighting of more than 5,000 luminarias in the San Elizario Historic District will take place shortly after sundown, and they will remain lit throughout the evening. Hyundai Sun Bowl — The 84th annual football classic begins at 1 p.m., Friday, Dec.

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