• September 25, 2021

Tags : tom lea institute

El Paso area organizations receive Humanities Texas Relief Grants

Thursday afternoon, officials with Humanities Texas announced that seven cultural and educational nonprofit organizations in the El Paso area had received Relief Grants. Recipients include the Binational Independent Film Festival, El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso Museum of History, Juntos Art Association, The University of Texas at El Paso, San Elizario Genealogy and Historical Society and the […]Read More

Tom Lea Trail Extension Passes Key Vote in New Mexico

Last week,  a proposed extension of the Tom Lea Trail passed a key legislative hurdle in Santa Fe.  The New Mexico Senate unanimously voted in favor of SM 18, legislation instructing New Mexico’s cultural affairs and tourism departments to work with the Tom Lea Institute and Texas officials to officially continue the cultural trail from Texas […]Read More

3rd Annual “The Hands of Cantú: Horsemanship at the Pass

Compadres Therapy Inc. is hosting the 3rd annual presentation of “The Hands of Cantú: Horsemanship at the Pass of the North” in cooperation with the Tom Lea Institute. The presentation is set for Saturday, October 28, 2017 at the Upper Valley Ranch on 6666 Morrill Road in El Paso. Admission to the event is free, […]Read More

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