Festivals in Socorro


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  • Events Center
    In 1931, aviation legends such as Howard Hughes and Amelia Earhart traversed the hallowed halls of Floyd Bennett Field, New York City's first municipal airport. Today, the same site harbors Aviator Sports and Events Center, which accommodates recreation in all of its forms, equipped with 20,000 square foot indoor field house, which includes newly resurfaced hardwood courts and new turf field, two outdoor synthetic-turf fields, and an outdoor space for events that can seat up to 4,000 people?the same number of people it takes to crack open a life-size Big Bird pi?ata. Twin NHL-regulation rinks host open-skate sessions, a majority of which are held on Rink B, every day of the week, with skates as late as 11 p.m. on weekends. Inside the center is a brand new CrossFit gym, which offers workout classes Monday through Saturday. Only youngsters enjoy summer or after-school camps, but adults and kids alike can take advantage of a roster of sports and leagues, including flag football and rock climbing, ideal for those looking to shorten morning commutes by cutting through the quarry.
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    4100 East Paisano Drive
    El Paso, TX US
  • Sun City Craft Beer Fest
    For those who feel the gnaw of indecision when looking over the beer section at the liquor store, fear not: the Sun City Craft Beer Fest offers small tastes of many brews without buyers having to shell out money for a six-pack. More than three dozen craft breweries from across the country will be dispensing foamy pours of their wares, totaling more than 200 beers for the tasting. Local restaurants pair bites with the beers, unlocking such unusual flavor combinations as dumping an entire porter into a bag of corn chips. At the onsite brewing area, expert brewmasters demonstrate the techniques of homebrewing and hose down onlookers with hot wort. Aside from the main attractions, activities include displays by artists and sets by local bands.
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    510 N Santa Fe St.
    El Paso, TX US
  • Las Artistas Art & Fine Crafts Show
    Each year just before Thanksgiving, nearly 100 artists and craftspeople converge at the First Presbyterian Church Event Center to showcase their wares at the Las Artistas Art & Fine Crafts Show. Traveling from far and wide, they present their work in dozens of booths, inviting visitors to peruse and purchase their fine art, woodwork, fiber arts, jewelry, ceramics, and more. To be accepted into the show, each artist is considered by a jury that evaluates their work based on aesthetics and technique, ensuring each year's show is more innovative than the last. The show also highlights work from new and emerging artists?students enrolled in the metals and ceramics program at University of Texas at El Paso.
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    1340 Murchison Dr
    El Paso, TX US
  • Black Market
    For good eats and good times in El Paso, dine at Black Market. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the beautiful weather during your meal at Black Market. For great tunes and lively moves, Black Market hosts a DJ and opens up the floor for dancing. Loud crowds paired with a healthy sound system keep the volume level at this restaurant at the edge of ear-splitting. The restaurant fills up on the weekends, so keep that in mind before heading out. At Black Market, you can find ample parking that is readily available any time of day.
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    110 West Robinson Avenue
    El Paso, TX US
  • El Paso Museum of Art
    Since it’s the only accredited art museum within a 250-mile radius, the El Paso Museum of Art’s collections often surprise visitors. Its European collection, for instance, features such Renaissance painters as Artemisia Gentileschi and Anthony van Dyck. But, given its location, the museum naturally has major holdings of contemporary Southwestern art, pre-Columbian Latin American pieces, and Mexican colonial art.
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    1 Arts Festival Plz
    El Paso, TX US
  • Mesilla Valley Maze
    Located at Lyles Family Farm, the Mesilla Valley Maze is one of New Mexico's oldest corn mazes, providing family-friendly fall recreation since 1999. Using a GPS-guided farm tractor, the Mesilla Valley Maze is transformed from a basic pencil sketch into a nine-acre patterned trail, offering a fun and confusing design that changes yearly. The farm allows visitors to the maze to use handheld GPS devices, and two different fun and challenging games help kids and their families navigate the creative confines of the labyrinth without conjuring the ghostly spirit of Leonhard Euler trapped deep within.
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    3855 West Picacho Avenue
    Las Cruces, NM US

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