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EPHM's 3rd Annual Flights & Bites: Vodka & Vino

Saturday - October 21, 2017

6:00pm - 10:00pm


Featuring premiere Vodka Tastings & Specialty Wine Bar. Food catered by three of El Paso's favorite food trucks: Coronado Prime Meats, De Nile Foods, & Orange Cow Burgers. Live music & dancing with local favorite band, Bosse, silent auction, wine pull, and much more!

Dress is casual and comfortable!

Tickets are $50.00 per person

Includes tastings of premiere vodkas and specialty wines, signature cocktail, and unlimited food from:

All proceeds benefit El Paso Holocaust Museum’s mission to teach the history of the Holocaust in order to combat prejudice and intolerance through education, community outreach, & cultural activities.

Must be 21 years or older.

For more information: 915.351.0048

To purchase tickets online, click here

EPHM's Vodka & Vino presented by  


Our Media Sponsor:


And our other generous sponsors to date: 

CBRE El Paso

CMD Endeavors Inc.

Kemp Smith

Rose & David Schecter

Classic American Homes

Southwest Eye Institute

First National 1870

Mounce, Green, Myers, Safi, Paxson, & Galatzan

Bank of Texas

Deutsch & Deutsch

Closet Factory

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Special Exhibit: "Rebirth After the Holocaust: The Bergen-Belsen Displaced Persons Camp, 1945-1950"

EPHM is proud to host the traveling exhibit, Rebirth After the Holocaust: The Bergen-Belsen Displaced Persons Camp, 1945-1950 August 5 - November 5, 2017 Open House: Saturday - August 5, 1:00pm - 5:00pm This photo-documentary exhibit illuminates the inspiring and untold history of Holocaust survivors in the years immediately following their liberation from the Nazis. Bergen-Belsen, a wartime concentration camp, became the largest displaced persons camp in Germany, at a time when over 250,000 displaced, homeless Jewish survivors sought to recover from the destruction of their families and communities, regain their physical health, and gather the strength and hope to create new families and new homes in new lands. This powerful exhibit examines the trials and challenges that survivors faced in the ashes of tragedy and destruction. Their strength, determination, and hope enabled them to begin life again, to confront the daunting task of immigration, and to pass on the legacy of survival to the generations after them. Designed & Curated by Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion Museum. This exhibit is generously underwritten by The Jewish Community Foundation of El Paso.     ....Read More