On Saturday, March 9, from 1-2pm, join the Branigan Cultural Center for a viewing of the documentary Pancho Villa: Outlaw Hero (Biography A&E).
Pancho Villa led the first foreign raid on U.S. soil since the War of 1812, rose to the rank of general during the Mexican Revolution, and later became governor of Chihuahua. Outlaw, soldier, and politician, Villa led a life that ended in violence, but gave birth to a legend.
Total running time of the documentary is 50 minutes.
The Branigan Cultural Center is located downtown next to the Museum of Art at 501 N. Main Street. Admission to the program and galleries is free. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 9 am to 4:30 pm. For more information, contact the Branigan Cultural Center at (575) 541-2154 or visit las-cruces.org/museums.