Concordia Heritage Association invites the public to take a walk through Concordia Cemetery and learn about El Paso’s exciting history by visiting with early leading citizens, pioneers, ranchers, Buffalo Soldiers, an Ex-Mexican President, Priests & Clergy, Gunfighters Shady Ladies and many others.
Volunteers dress in period costume and share historical vignettes of Concordia Cemetery’s Eternal Residents. Historical exhibits also on display.
Visit El Paso’s own “Boot Hill” where Gunfighter John Wesley Hardin, lawmen, Texas Rangers and many other wild west figures are buried.
Step back in time and watch Gunfighters Six Guns and and Shady Ladies recreating dramatic and melodramatic reenactments of El Paso’s wilder times!
Ride the Serana Ranch TractorTrain through the Cemetery
Call for more information 591-2326
Main theme for Quigley Down Under
played by Prague Orchestra
!!!! Fun for the entire family !!!!
3700 Yandell St. Between Boone and Stevens street
Cost; $5.00 Adults, $1.00 Students
$3.00 Military & Seniors @ Children under 6 free
Walk Through History
SAT. OCTOBER 21, 2017
11:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Don't miss these Special Events at
3700 East Yandell Street entrance.
Ghost tours, fortune teller, exhibits, Dia de los Muertos style alters.
Tickets are $5 Adults (17+) $1 Kids/Students$2 Seniors (60+) and Military (including dependents)
Enter Yandell St. Entrance For more information call:
call 915-497-1126 / 915-591-2326
Concordia Heritage Association is a 501 C 3 Non profit Organization
Funds received go to the Restoration and Preservation of Concordia Cemetery
Click on the any Skeleton to go to the Dia De Los Muertos page
Graveside Concordia Cemetery
Gates open at 6:00 pm Show starts at 7:00 PM
Cost : $5.00 Adults - Military/Seniors/Students $2.00
Children under 6 free
Every year the Secret Society meets to "Relive and Celebrate" that fateful
evening, in August 1895, when Gunfighter John Wesley Hardin
met his demise at the hands of that dastardly Constable "Uncle" John Selman!
Join us graveside this Aug. 18, 2018 Gates open 6:00 PM
to relive that "fateful night" in 1896.
Event re-enacted by El Paso’s own
Wild West Show "Six Guns and Shady Ladies".
Raffle tickets available for some great prizes along with
entertainment and so much more.
NOTE: Bring folding chairs, flash lights and wear closed toe shoes.
Concordia Cemetery 3700 Yandell St. El Paso, TX
For more information call (915) 581-7920or visit our website
Don't forget to renew or join the John Wesley Hardin Secret Society
Membership while there.
Annual Meeting of the John Wesley Hardin "Secret Society"
Gates open at 6:00 pm -
Saturday Night -Aug 18, 2018
"Shadows" Picture by Valerie Provencio
John Wesely Hardin in his
All proceeds from the above mentioned events go to
Concordia Heritage Association, a 501 c 3 Non Profit Organization, who are the caretakers for Concordia Cemetery. And are charged with the continued preservation and restoration of
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