Our Annual community celebration has become a gathering place for Families and friends, as it happens to be back in Mexico during this festivity. Come and join us to honor the memories of our love ones with Altar-offerings, music, dance, arts & crafts, and beautiful Ornament displays.
Come to decorate a Sugar skull at one of our Art-workshops, or a relieve print making. Also don't miss the delicious Pan de Muertos (sweet bread of the dead) and more...
Come to be part of this celebration where the colors of joy meet the dark moments of sorrow. Be part of the celebration by attending the festival as a festival-goer or as a volunteer!
Vendors will be located in the Main Floor
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11am to 7pm
Día De Muertos Committee
11am to 6pm
Sand Paiting Art Work Display
Artwork by Fulgencio Lazo
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Artwork by Julio Aldana