Things to do in El Paso Arts Culture

Dated: 07/13/2012

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People always wonder what El Paso has to offer for a better quality of life. More often than not you will hear that there is nothing to do in El Paso. That is far from the truth as El Paso has long been dedicated to promoting culture and the arts. The people at Museums and Cultural Affairs Department of the City of El Paso (MCAD) in conjunction with the Convention and Visitor's Bureau (CVB) has many new and long standing programs that promote the arts and culture such as, Music Under the Stars, Cool Canyon Nights, Dancing in the City, Alfresco Fridays, Chalk the Block, Downtown Art Market etc. For all of you Realtors looking to guide clients in the right direction here are some links to relevant sources of information.

You can also visit or to find info  on some of these events and many of the other family friendly activities that El Paso has to offer.    

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