You've got to hand it to the Concordia Heritage Association. Those guys really know how to bring El Paso history to life. They do a lot of research on the early inhabitants of our city and then have re-enactors wander through Concordia Cemetery at various times of the year for you to see and interact with.

This weekend, you'll have another chance to hear about what brought these men and women to El Paso, how things were in the early days of the city, and how they died. You'll learn about the pioneers who settled the region, the Buffalo Soldiers who are buried in Concordia, and even how an ex-Mexican president came to rest there.

Six Guns and Shady Ladies will also be there to tell you about the, um, more colorful parts of El Paso history. This really is a lot of fun, and because it's during the day, it's pretty family friendly as well.

WHAT: Concordia Cemetery Walk Through History
WHEN: Saturday, October 15, 11:00 a.m. - 3 p.m.
WHERE: 3700 E. Yandell Dr.
COST: Adults $5; Seniors 65+ and Military $2; Students $1; Under 6 yrs. old FREE