• September 21, 2021
 Sun Bowl Association releases list of upcoming events

Andres Acosta El Paso Herald-Post

Sun Bowl Association releases list of upcoming events

The Sun Bowl Association wants to remind the public of the upcoming events they will be hosting in and around El Paso from November 23-28, 2019.

For complete information on the Sun Bowl Marathon All-America Golf Classic click here; for complete information on the Oscar Leeser’s Hyundai of El Paso Sun Bowl Parade, visit this webpage.

Below the list of events are parade safety tips from the City of El Paso.

Upcoming Sun Bowl Events: 

Event: Titleist Long Drive Contest & Ping Putting Contest

Date: Sunday, Nov. 24, 2019

Time: 9 a.m. (Long Drive) and 10 a.m. (Putting)

Price: Free Admission

Place: El Paso Country Club

Event: Sun Bowl Marathon All-America Golf Classic – Rounds 1 & 2

Date: Monday, Nov. 25, 2019

Time: 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Price: Free Admission

Place: El Paso Country Club

Event: Sun Bowl Marathon All-America Golf Classic – Round 3 & Trophy Presentation

Date: Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2019

Time: 8 a.m.; Trophy Presentation at approximately 12:30 p.m.

Price: Free Admission

Place: El Paso Country Club

Event: Oscar Leeser’s Hyundai of El Paso Sun Bowl Parade

Date: Thursday, Nov. 28, 2019

Time: 10 a.m. p.m. (Awards Ceremony at 6 p.m.)

Price: Free Admission or one may purchase Review Stand Tickets for $10 (call 915-533-4416)

Place: Montana Avenue; beginning at Ochoa and ending at Copia

With the upcoming holiday season, El Paso will be enjoying multiple parades throughout the city. While attending parades is generally a fun and safe family activity, the El Paso Fire Department is providing the following safety tips to help our community avoid any accidents during these events:

  • Plan ahead. Arriving early allows you to find a safe spot for your family to enjoy the parade before the crowd gets too busy. If possible, station yourselves in a spot that makes it easy to leave the parade without getting caught in heavy foot traffic.
  • Avoid sitting directly in front of the door of any shops or restaurants. You might become a tripping hazard and/or get injured.
  • Do not leave children unattended.
  • Locate the spots where the Police Department is stationed and make sure children know they can go to the police if they become lost.
  • Stay behind the barricades on the parade routes; they are there for a purpose, the safety of parade-goers.
  • Do not run across the street between floats unless directed by parade staff or law enforcement.
  • Do not throw candy or any other objects to the floats.
  • Do not spray water or other fluids to parade participants, floats or any other parade-goers.
  • The use of fire pits/fireworks/flares or any kind of open burning is prohibited by City Ordinance.
  • Avoid placing children on your shoulders. The crowds can swell forward suddenly and unexpectedly, making it easy to get knocked over.
  • If you see something, say something. Report any suspicious behavior to the Police Department.
  • Dial 911 for emergencies.

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