Pride Parade, Latin Kings of Comedy among things to do in El Paso

Don’t stay home this weekend. If you’re looking for something to do in El Paso and the surrounding area, here are some options.

Pride on parade Saturday

The 17th Annual Pride Parade starts at 10 am Saturday at 700 E. Mills Ave. The parade will proceed on to North Campbell to Montana Avenue and then end at Houston Park for the Pride Picnic and Awards Ceremony.

Got cumbia in your corazón? Time to dance, shop

The Casa, Cuerpo y Corazón monthly last Saturday market is 4:30 to 9:30 pm at 2218 East Mills Ave.  in the heart of El Paso.

Get your cumbia on at the Casa, Cuerpo y Corazón monthly last Saturday market from 4:30 to 9:30 pm at 2218 East Mills Ave. in the heart of El Paso. The event is presented by 3rd Eye Vintage and Jane & Jensen Nostalgia Shop, which recently opened its doors in the EPIC Railyard Design District. The event will feature more than 25 vendors, food trucks, a bounce house, the Encantó Sisters, boozy delights by Tea and Toast Cart, and more. Dance the evening away at this kid and pet friendly free celebration. Discounts will be available to those participating in the Downtown Pride Parade.

Art in the Park returns to Central El Paso

Art in the Park will be from 10 am to 8 pm Saturday and 11 am to 4 pm Sunday in Memorial Park.

The free festival at Memorial Park, 1701 N. Copia St., which will feature activities for people of all ages, more than 60 arts and crafts vendors, live art exhibits, live entertainment, food trucks and a pop-up by Las Artistas, will be Saturday and Sunday, according to a news release by the city of El Paso Museums and Cultural Affairs Department and the Parks and Recreation Department. The celebration in Central El Paso will be from 10 am to 8 pm Saturday and 11 am to 4 pm Sunday.

More:Art in the Park offers music, performances, crafts this weekend in Memorial Park

Laugh with the Latin Kings of Comedy

Comedian, actor, writer and producer Paul Rodriguez will headline the Latin Kings of Comedy this weekend.

The Latin Kings of Comedy featuring Paul Rodriguez, Dennis Gaxiola, Joey Medina, Johnny Sanchez and Gilbert Esquivel will be in El Paso for a Saturday show at the Plaza Theater. The lineup is subject to change. Tickets, ranging from $ 35 to $ 100, plus fees, are available via Ticketmaster.com.

Art exhibit honors late Lt. Col. Robert E. ‘Bob’ Chisolm

Join the El Paso Art Association in honoring late retired Lt. Col. Robert E. “Bob” Chisolm beginning Saturday through the Patriotic Art & Award Exhibit. The opening reception will be from 5 to 8 pm Saturday at the Crossland Gallery, 500 W. Paisano Drive.

The event will include a performance by The Johnson Trio and art created by families from Fort Bliss that will be displayed through the post’s Resiliency Through Art Program. The exhibit is sponsored by Andra and Gary Crossland; Richard Doyle, Chisolm’s son-in-law; and Sunset Funeral Homes.

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