El Paso ScenePage 3 June 2013
‘Bragging Rights’ Car Show
— City of ElPaso Parks and Recreation Department hosts the custom car show 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. onSaturday,
, in the Pavo Real RecreationCenter parking lot, 9301 Alameda. Judgingbased on finish, detail, and presentation withawards for first, second and third place and theoverall “Bragging Rights Trophy.” Fee to enter vehicle is $25; vendor booths available for $45.Participants can register at Pavo RealRecreation Center or online atelpasotexas.gov/parks. Information: 544-0753.
Guardian Angel Kermess
— The annualbazaar is 11 a.m. to midnight Saturday and 11a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday,
, at Guardian Angel Church, 3021 Frutas. Food and gamebooths. Sangre Gitana and Ambicion performSaturday; Conjunto Majeztad and BandoOrgullo de Durango perform Sunday. Admission is free. Information: 533-2077.
Southwest Desert Pow Wow
—Southwest Apache Nation hosts its first pow wow honoring all veterans 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.Saturday and Sunday,
, at GadsdenHigh School’s Soccer Field, 6301 Hwy 28 in Anthony, N.M. with Native Dance performanc-es, arts and crafts and food booths. Grandentry begins at 10 a.m. Saturday. Admission: $5(12 and younger free). Information: 231-8028.Participating groups include Southern EagleSingers and Drum (Mescalero, N.M.),Dishchii’bikoh Apache Dance Group and Woman Warriors Dance and Singers (Fort Apache, Ariz.), Alabama-Coushatta tribe HoopDancer, Butterfield Park Matachines (LasCruces), Three-time Grammy winner per-former Yolanda Martinez (Las Cruces)andDanza Azteca Cuitlahuac Dance Group (ElPaso).Events begin with Intertribal Grand Entry Dance and the presentation of the colors.
Sun City PrideFest 2013
— The annualfestival in honor of National Gay Pride Month isnoon to midnight Saturday,
, onCleveland Square, Downtown. Guests includeCazwell, Pandora Boxx, Amanda PePore andStrangelove (Depeche Mode Tribute). VIP pass-es (five day) available. Ticket information:epscp.org.The annual parade, “Ride the Rainbow” is 10a.m. starting at Houston Park, 900 Montana,and concluding at Pride Square, 500 Stanton,for the Gay Pride Street Festival. An Art of Fashion show is Sunday,
.M Factor Movie Night is Tuesday,
. A Pride Dance Party is Friday,
.The 6th Annual Family Picnic is Sunday,
, at Wet N’ Wild Waterworld.
Billy the Kid Festival
— San Elizario ArtDistrict Guild hosts the 4th annual festivalnamed for the infamous outlaw Friday throughSunday,
, in the San Elizario HistoricDistrict in San Elizario. The event celebratesBilly the Kid’s visit to San Elizario in 1876 tobreak out a friend from the old El Paso County Jail. Admission is free. Information: 851-0093 or billythekidfestival.com.The three-day event includes live music, guid-ed tours, daily historic talks, an arts & craftsmarket, concessions, pony-rides and more.Performances of the historical play “MidnightRendezvous: Billy The Kid & The Mystery of 1876” by Maria del Pilar Munoz are
,at the Adobe Horseshoe Theatre, 1500 MainStreet The play recalls historic truths aboutBilly the Kid’s visit to the small Texas town of San Elizario.To get there, take Loop 375 South from I-10,exit Socorro Rd., then drive 7 miles east toMain Street.
Sacred Heart Kermess
— San AntonioTejano Artist Raulito Navaria headlines the 3rdannual festival and kermess at Sacred HeartChurch, 602 S. Oregon (at Father Rahm),Friday through Sunday,
. Proceedsfrom the event benefit the church’s AdultEducation Program. Information: 532-5447,821-7048, 603-8424 or sacredheartelpaso.org.Procession is 6 p.m. Friday followed by Massat 7:30 p.m. and Matachines ate 8:30 p.m.Kermess events are 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.Saturday and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, inSacred Heart Gym and Padre Pinto Plaza.Matachines performed Saturday on Father Rahm Street. A live concert with Raul Navaria is 3 to 6 p.m.Sunday in the Sacred Heart Gym. Concertadmission: $5.