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The History Center’s annual event, Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead), is a colorful and symbolic fiesta meant to be a community gathering to honor and remember friends and family who have died. For Mexican-Americans, this important holiday is a powerful way to retain a connection to ancestors and pass on a rich cultural heritage to future generations.
Highlights include dancing, music, games, food demos and samples, puppetry, storytelling, crafts and Ofrenda displays designed by local students and a special commissioned altar created by local artists.