• June 26, 2022

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WinterFest Activities Continue in December

The City of El Paso invites the community to spend the day enjoying the WinterFest season by shopping and eating at local shops downtown, and enjoying free festive, family-friendly activities and events. The City’s Quality of Life Departments continue to offer the following events throughout the month of December: Parks and Recreation Holiday Fiestas: Free, […]Read More

WinterFest Goes Virtual with programs, events to be held online;

To start the WinterFest season, a special virtual launch celebration will be held on the El Paso WinterFest Facebook page this weekend. The live, online event will run from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday, December 5. “The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to modify this year’s WinterFest season,” said Deputy City Manager Tracey Jerome. […]Read More

WinterFest wraps up, Special Rosca de Reyes read and ride

City officials are inviting community members to enjoy the final weekend of the WinterFest season before it wraps up on Sunday, January 5. Festivities begin from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. To close out the season, a unique Rosca de Reyes or Three Kings read and ride event on the El Paso […]Read More

Winterfest begins Saturday, Multiple events to be held around Downtown

With the annual Winterfest set to get underway this weekend, residents are invited downtown to enjoy holiday shopping and free activities at the City’s museums and the main public library. Winterfest, presented by the Hospitals of Providence and Providence Children’s Hospital, is from noon to 10 p.m. on Saturday, November 23, in Downtown El Paso. […]Read More

Annual Downtown Christmas Tree Lighting, Celebration of Lights Parade set

The community is invited to celebrate the start of Winterfest, presented by the Hospitals of Providence and Providence Children’s Hospital, on Saturday, November 23, in Downtown El Paso, with the Scherr Legate Celebration of Lights Parade at 5:30 p.m. followed by the San Jacinto Plaza Holiday Tree lighting ceremony. The 22-year-old light parade features a […]Read More

WinterFest returns to Downtown El Paso in November

El Paso WinterFest, presented by The Hospitals of Providence and Providence Children’s Hospital, returns to the region for its fourth year.  “WinterFest has now become a signature holiday celebration in our region. I believe it’s the best in Texas,” said City Manager Tommy Gonzalez. “With the partnership of various community partners, the City will once […]Read More

Free Holiday Movies Return to Plaza Theatre Starting November 18

The free Holiday Movies at the Plaza Theatre return for the eighth year as part of the third annual WinterFest! The movies are sponsored by Texas Gas Service in partnership with the El Paso Community Foundation, the Plaza Classic Film Festival and El Paso Live. Volunteer organists Ken Fedorick, Richard Garven and Laurie Koval will perform […]Read More

Registration Open for WinterFest Celebration of Lights Parade

The Parks and Recreation Department is now accepting applications from organizations that would like to participate in this year’s Winterfest Celebration of Lights Parade. The annual Celebration of Lights Parade takes place on Sunday, November 18. There are only 60 slots available for the parade and business and groups interested in participating are required to […]Read More

WinterFest Returns, Expands for 2018 Holidays

El Paso WinterFest returns to the borderland for its third year with a new theme that city officias say is “bigger, better and brighter” for the season. The event, presented by The Hospitals of Providence and Providence Children’s Hospital, runs from November 18 through January 6, 2019. “Each year we aim to expand this holiday celebration, […]Read More