Día de los Muertos Celebration

Wednesday / Nov 1 / 5pm - 8pm

Join us for an evening picnic on our lawn with family-friendly art projects. There will be music from Grupo Fénix, dance performance from Los Quetzales, and a poetry reading from Cristi Donoso. Raices Culturales will also present artisan mask maker Rafael Jiménez López’s work for view and purchase. Tasty beverages and bites will be available fron pop up cafe, Rossana, and delicious tacos will be available from local food truck, La Tingeria.

Artist, David Amoroso, will build a large-scale altar on the front portico of the building, and you are invited to bring a photo of a loved one who has passed to be included.

Come, be part, and celebrate.

No registration required. Event is free to attend!


We are proud to partner with AVLD Events and Arlington Arts on this event.

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