Join us in celebrating our deceased familia, friends y ancestors in our annual Día de los Muertos celebration on November 1. There will be displays of community altars, live music, face painting for children and a procession through the neighborhood. The evening will highlight readings of literary ofrendas to remember our dead, and calavera poems that poke fun at the living and their untimely encounters with La Muerte or La Catrina. Everyone will enjoy hot chocolate, tamales, and the traditional pan de muerto.
The event is free, but donations are appreciated.