A Festival Marketplace and Economic Development Initiative
Produce, tortilleria, bakery, meat market, mexican grocery items, dry chilies, food court, smoothies, and more
Artisan goods, clothes, household products, musical instruments, books, plants, incense, jewelry, and more
Community members who complete bilingual education development curriculum. Eight new micro-enterprises have opened since May of 2009.
A museum that chronicles the history of South El Paso
Plus weekly cultural programs and monthly celebrations
Ξ a project of la mujer obrera Ξ