Fall is here and as so are the festivals! Enjoy a free Fall Festival at Memorial Park featuring free activities, food trucks, and The Nightmare Before Christmas screening on October 22.

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Now that sweater weather is here, break out with the cardigans and cute outfits, let the kids get the most wear of their Halloween costumes, and enjoy one of the biggest fall festivals of the year at Memorial Park.

The Office of City Representative Alexandra Annello and the Manhattan Heights Neighborhood Association invite the public to a fun and free community Fall Festival at the Memorial Park Reserve. 

Letty Korakianitis
Letty Korakianitis

The family-friendly event will feature games, food, and vendors, along with tons of activities that will include: 

  • Pumpkin carving 
  • A trick-or-treating station 
  • A piñata 
  • A jumping balloon, and much more!  

Attendees are encouraged to bring blankets and lawn chairs to sit on the grass before and during the movie. 

The movie screening will be the fan-favorite Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. 

The event will occur at the Memorial Park Reserve, 1701 N. Copia.  

The event is made possible thanks to Marathon Petroleum Corporation and the City of El Paso Parks and Recreation Department. 

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Nitro Dresden

This weekend, gather the family or invite a date to the Fall Festival at Memorial Park and enjoy a day of fun and one of the best places to take all those fall photos.

  • Fall Festival  
  • Memorial Park Reserve (1701 N. Copia.) 
  • October 22, 2022, from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. 
  • Admission is free, and everyone is welcome 
  • Dressing up is encouraged 

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