• May 26, 2022
 El Paso Museum of History to Host Financial Literacy Event

El Paso Museum of History to Host Financial Literacy Event

Officials with the El Paso Museum of History (EPMH) invite the public to learn about financial literacy at the “Growing Your Money Tree” this Saturday.

The event will run from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the museum.  The free, family-friendly event is open to all ages. It offers financial literacy resources, hands-on activities, make-and-take crafts, money related games as well as information tables.

The event will include special activities to spark learning and teach children about money.

Children will be able to participate in interactive activities by creating their own piggy bank out of recycled art material, decorate their own currency, play bingo, participating in a scavenger hunt adventure, learn about entrepreneurship, developing their own business idea and getting tips to be money smart.

In addition, guest can view the “Economy in Action: Centennial Commemoration of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, El Paso Branch” exhibition that will be on display through March. The exhibit highlights the history and impact of one of the most important financial institutions in the region. It features the role the bank serves in supporting the financial institutions of the region and represent the unique economy of the U.S. – Mexico border.

Professionals from the Federal Reserve of Dallas, El Paso Branch will be on hand to share resources to help community members improve their economic understanding and basic financial education. Guests can learn helpful information about money management skills.

The event is held in partnership with the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, El Paso Branch.

For more information on the “Growing Your Money Tree” event, call the El Paso Museum of History at (915) 212-3161.

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