The Sun Bowl is upon us and itís time for the sixth year of an El Paso tradition! Donít know what to do before the game starts? How about coming to the El Paso Museum of History and enjoying Elvis, El Paso and the Real Old West? It may not seem like it now, but El Paso was once known as the Gunfight Capitol of the World! And what does Elvis have to do with it? Believe it or not, the king came to El Paso and stayed at the hotel located across Missouri street from the Museum of History. Come join Six Guns and Shady Ladies, The Wild Bunch Gunfighters and Old West Thunder who will recreate old El Paso as they and other old west characters roam around the museum and tell you their tall tales. Doug Wilson will portray the famous Elvis with scheduled performances at 2 and 3:30 p.m. Hands-on events will include trying on old west clothes, riding a saddle, branding your own piece of wood to take home, rope making, a kidney bean race, and more. See cream become butter before your eyes in a butter churning demonstration and see a display of jewelry made from real roses Ė a craft practiced by many 19th century ladies. For antique firearms enthusiasts, come and enjoy the collection of Rod Linkous. Jimmy Daze, creator/writer of the local comic book series "Hell Paso: The Story of Dallas Stoudenmire," will be on hand to discuss how he created his series and sign copies of his book, which will be available in the museum gift shop. Teenagers and young adults will not want to miss this opportunity!