El Paso, Texas - the largest US city on the US/Mexican Border. We can walk to downtown Ciudad. Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico from Downtown El Paso and we can visit our New Mexico burners in Las Cruces, New Mexico just 30 miles north.
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We continue to have Poi workshops in Las Cruces and are hoping to find new locations in El Paso to host workshops for under privileged children.
In February, 2012 we hosted Doug Jacobson as he screened his documentary "JOURNEY TO THE FLAMES” and introduced a lot of new El Paso and Las Cruces residents to the Burning Man culture, most for the first time.
We’re hoping to have an entry in a popular West El Paso July 4th parade with fire spinners, bongo players and lots of people in “playa costumes” this coming July, 2013.
We’re working with the organizers and making plans to have a Burning man short film be a part of the worlds largest classic film festival in August of 2013 at the Plaza Classic Film Festival in Downtown El Paso.
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