When you arrive, do not forget to check in to receive your complimentary passport, where the land of the living and dead unit. Learn about the culture and history of Dia de los Muertos.as you prepare yourself for a heartfelt connection to those in your life.
Friday Nov 1st – 5 pm to 9 pm
The doors open at 5pm; feel free to add a photo of your loved one on our Community Altar. We also have an altar for our furry friends. Candle light vigil begins at 6:30pm, with a blessing for those have passed and a blessing for those who are grieving, so they may receive healing. The ending of the ceremony, we will have a few people share their story, the journey, and the univocal they lost. The remainder of the evening we will have refreshments, snacks, pan de muerto, and an opportunity for people to view the altars.
Saturday Nov 2nd – 11 am to 5 pm
Start your weekend as you view the altars and journey through the lives of those who have passed as you read the stories and memories. Bring a photo of the one that you lost and place on our community Altar. Don’t forget to try our Mexican dishes and refreshments while you enjoy and share family memories while you enjoy music, food and entertainment.
There will be an array of activities for children and adults alike.
- Face Painting
- Sugar Skull Decorating
- Mask Making
- Make your own Tissue Flowers
- String your own Papel Picado
- and more…