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Meet in front of the Exhibit Hall, for cookies, hot chocolate and coffee, and enjoy a luminaria display, and annual free raffle of five baked hams. Victorian Christmas Evening — The 33rd annual event is 5 to 8 p.m. Night Sky viewing with ASLC-Astronomy Society of Las Cruces. Mount Cristo Rey Hike Through Time — A guided hike is at 11 a.m. The hike is sponsored by Destination El Paso and El Paso Scene. ‘Living Christmas Tree’ — First Baptist Church, 805 Montana, presents the 52nd annual Christmas concerts at 7 p.m. M., near the junction of Mexico, Texas and New Mexico. Take a look into the ancient heavens through the lens of Scripture and the Hubble telescope, as the wise men of old follow the Star leading them to the Christ Child.
Let There Be Lights Loya Light Show — The brilliant display of 450,000 holiday lights choreographed to music is featured in the 12th annual display at 6, 7 and 8 p.m. Please park at Montwood High School, and not in the surrounding neighborhoods, or church parking lot. Information on Facebook at El Paso Christmas Lights. Lights on the Lake — The display of holiday lights at Ascarate Park, 6900 Delta, runs through early January. From I-10, take Trowbridge northwest to Pennsylvania Ave. Eastridge Christmas lights — The residents of the Eastside subdivision of Eastridge participates each year in an elaborate neighborhood-wide holiday lights display. Hillsboro’s Main Street merchants will celebrate the day with food, music, and special holiday offerings. Ruidoso Festival of Lights — The mountain village of Ruidoso hosts the following events though the Christmas season. Toys for Tots will have a float for the event; parade-goers are encouraged to bring a toy to donate. The tree will be decorated with ornaments created by students from an area school. The trails and ruins of the 19th-century fort will be lit by 800 luminarias, and visitors will be treated to hot chocolate, a warm campfire and decoration making and more. in a procession accompanied by dancing and pageantry. Information: Arlene Carrion (Rotary Club), 504-9013. Piro-Manso-Tiwa Indian Tribe of Guadalupe Pueblo — Events celebrating the Virgin of Guadalupe are Dec. Genevieve’s Church and Parish Hall, 100 South Espina and 1025 E. The Virgin de Guadalupe figure is kept in the church until New Year’s Day, when she will be taken out at 2 p.m. Winter Fest — El Paso Live with the Hospitals of Providence and Providence Children’s Hospital, hosts ice skating and various winter events through Jan. Special Thursdays events include Ice, Ice, ‘80s Party, Skate with Santa, and Let it Snow Day. 1 in Downtown’s Arts Festival Plaza and surrounding areas. Free holiday movies offered at the Plaza Theatre Sundays, Nov.