Here’s what’s going on in and around El Paso this weekend (November 2 – 4). Some events are free, some will cost you a few bucks.

FRIDAY:

Dia de Los Muertos at Concordia - Concordia Heritage Association and Paso Del Norte Paranormal Society pay homage to the dead at Concordia Cemetery. The day will feature a ghost tour, fortune teller, flower vendors, decorated altars and more. Proceeds go toward the restoration and preservation of Concordia Cemetery. More Details

FRIDAY – SUNDAY:

‘A Christmas Fair’ - The Junior League of El Paso’s 39th annual holiday shopping fair at the El Paso Convention Center. Featuring 200 merchants, arts, crafts, live entertainment, music, and photos with Santa. More Details

La Union Maze – Last weekend to 'get lost' in the 12-acre circular cornfield maze on Highway 28 in La Union, N.M., next to Zin Valle Winery. More Details

Maldonado Maze – Last weekend for the19-acre family-owned maze on Hwy 28 in La Union, N.M. featuring a petting zoo, hayrides, slides, pedal car maze, mini mazes, and jumping balloons. More Details

SATURDAY:

UTEP Basketball - The men’s and women’s teams play an exhibition doubleheader at the Don Haskins Center. The women take on St. Mary’s at 4:30 p.m. followed by the men vs. Southeastern Oklahoma at 7 p.m. 747-5234

Ysleta del Sur Indian Market - Ysleta del Sur Pueblo will host its 2nd annual Indian Market at the Tigua Indian Cultural Center, 305 Yaya Lane. Featuring Native American social dances, Indian bread, pueblo tacos, arts and crafts show, free children’s activities and special guest performance from Nawetsa Dance Group from the Pueblo of Zuni and Danza Pavo Real of Clint. 859-7700

SATURDAY - SUNDAY:

Renaissance Artsfaire - The 41st annual event takes place at “Ye Olde” Young Park, intersections of Walnut and Lohman, in Las Cruces. This year’s event features more than 150 artists, turkey legs and other food and drink concessions offered, plus on-going entertainment at three different entertainment areas. More Details

SUNDAY:

Biker Toy Run — El Paso Motorcycle Coalition’s 30th annual toy run parade beginning at International Truck Driving School, 141 Quinella, in Sunland Park and ending at Cohen Stadium, where they will drop off their toys and enjoy food, door prizes, music by local bands, fashion show by Laura’s Productions and more. Non-riders welcome. All proceeds benefit the underprivileged children of El Paso County and its surrounding area. 494-4881, 740-9991

Note: If you know of an event I missed feel free to tell us about it in the “leave a comment” box below