July 12 - July 16, 2021
We're excited to share that registration for Summer Camp is NOW OPEN! Join us for our annual summer camp, "One Community - One Heart "! Through games and activities, no matter their age, kids will discover how everyone can make a difference and become an upstander. Although our event will be held virtually, we will be providing a box full of fun and interactive activities which participants can complete on their own or as a family. We will also host daily Zoom sessions where campers will be able to show their activities and participate in other virtual activities with attendees, staff, and volunteers. REGISTER Packet pick-up will be held on Saturday, July 10th at 11:00 AM in the El Paso Holocaust Museum parking lot: 715 N. Oregon Cost: $25.00 Ages: 8 - 12 Scholarships are available to cover the registration fee! Please contact MaryLou Garcia (915) 351-0048 or MaryLou@elpasoholocaustmuseum.org for more information.....Read More
August 22, 2021El Paso Holocaust Museum & Study Center proudly presents its 16th Annual Tour de Tolerance: August 22, 2021. We are excited to announce the return of our in-person format for this year’s Cycling, Running & Walking event, with a 50K bike ride and a 5K run/walk! This year will also include the widely popular virtual activities, with a weeklong array of athletic challenges for all levels of participation. Individuals, teams, families, and friends will be able to join our event once again from anywhere across El Paso, Texas, the United States, and around the world! Events include: 50K Bike Ride (In-Person) 5K Run / Walk (In-Person) 7 Days of Being Active (Virtual): August 15-21 Tour de Tolerance is not only an athletic event, but also an invitation to be part of EPHM’s mission and work to educate communities about the dangers of hate, to inspire others to take a stand against injustice, and to unite us all for a better future.
Registration Opening Soon!All proceeds from event registration directly support El Paso Holocaust Museum & Study Center's mission of teaching the history of the Holocaust in order to combat prejudice, bigotry, and intolerance. Your support of this event and the Museum helps create a safer, stronger community for us all. ....Read More