Dia de los Muertos — Day of the Dead — is a tradition that honors the lives of loved ones who have died.
Come out with your family on Saturday November 3 and Sunday November 4 from 10 am to 3 pm and enjoy:
- Religious services at 10 am
- Presentation of the altars
- Mariachi, folkloric dancing, Aztec drums and dance troupe
- Complimentary traditional lunch
- Sugar skull decoration for children
- Local artists
History & Meaning
A Latin-American custom, the belief is that the dead would be insulted by mourning and sadness. Therefore, Dia de los Muertos celebrates the lives of the deceased with food, drink, parties and activities the loved one enjoyed in life.
Dia de los Muertos recognizes death as a natural part of the human experience. On this day, it’s believed that the dead are also part of the community, awakened from their eternal sleep to share in the celebrations with their loved ones.