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Come and Discover the magic. Experience the unforgettable spectacle of Día de los Muertos celebrations. Also known as “the Day of the Dead”, Día de los Muertos is the tradition of celebrating and sharing memories of loved ones who have passed.
Showcasing rich heritage, From traditional dressed altars, to live music there’s something for everyone. Join us in-person, and celebrate the rich culture of these historic traditions.
It’s fall, and you know what that means: Halloween! With the Spooktastic success of the “CURBSIDE MONSTER MASH” of 2020. This year is going to be even more fang-tastic. It will be an “all treats, no tricks” bash. Join us for a screamingly good time exploring spooky science, making some glowing stuff and of course, the traditional Monster Mash dance! Did we mention the Treat station on Sunday, October 31.
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When : 31st October 2021
What Time : TBD
1917 Concourse Drv,
San Jose, CA 95131
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Program Schedule and activities:
Halloween & Dia De Los Muertos Craft & Painting
Ofrendas, or Altars
Event Photo Booth for capturing event memories, please feel to dress in your halloween costume
Dia de Los Muertos Show :
Our performers from the Teatro Familia Aztlan will provide engaging activities including Sugar Skulls Coloring, song and dance while sharing the cultural significance of the celebration of Dia De Los Muertos “Day of the Dead”
Halloween / Dia De Los Muertos Costume Parade :
It’s the spookiest time of the season! Come join our Dia De Los Muertos - Halloween Parade. The parade ends with a Trick-Or-Treat station where parade participants (registered) get to take home their candy loot + CupCakes. Parents and kids, come dressed up in your favorite Halloween costumes.
So, What is Día de Muertos?
Also known as “Day of the Dead”, Día de los Muertos is a tradition-filled day during which families remember the departed and share memories of loved ones. To celebrate their lives, friends and family participate in a variety of activities including lively processions and parades, and traditional dress and altar building.
What are all the items on the altars?
Sugar skulls, tamales, Pan de Muerto and more can all be found on Día de los Muertos altars. Learn More about Day of the Dead altars here.
What are the Catrines & Catrinas?
Skeleton figures, especially elegantly dressed men (catrines) and women (catrinas), remind that we are all equal in death.
COVID19 SAFETY PROTOCOLS being followed :
Temperature checks mandated for all attendees
All participants to wear face covering (Masks)
PPE stations with Hand sanitizers, Mask & Gloves
At the registration desk, all participants fill out the Mandatory Health Self-screening form.
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