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This ancient holiday is where we remember and celebrate those that we love who have gone before us.  We do this both as a community and privately in our homes. 

Skeletons representing loved ones are often portrayed doing activities they enjoyed doing when alive.  Sugar skulls are made to decorate ofrendas (altars) honoring loved ones and to give to children. It is both a happy and deeply meaningful time of sharing. 

Saturday October 29th

9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

 guest artists will be on the corner of Harvard and Bonita 



*Don Lugo High will be selling Marigolds - both loose and in arrangements.

*Creme Bakery will have Pan de Muerto in both sugar & sesame 

from Oct 21 - Nov 2

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5 p.m. -8 p.m.

Join us at Shelton Park to share in stories of ofrendas and the soulful sounds of Anamaria de la Cruz and friends.


Finish off the day with a special food & drink menu at Bardot Restaurant

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