November Exhibition: Dia de los Muertos
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About The Event
CHAC is celebrating El Dia de los Muertos! Join us for pan de muerto (bread), face painting, a pinata and traditional Aztec dancers who will lead the processional starting at the corner of 2nd and Santa Fe at 6:45. “Nosotros Familia” a community ofrenda altar encourages people to bring 3x5 pictures of loved ones who have passed. CHAC is proud to continue this annual celebration and is proud to be among one of Denver’s earliest organizations dedicated to this ancient Mexican custom. Works of local artists and Dia de los Muertos merchandise will be sold.
El Dia de los Muertos - A Celebration of Life - CHAC celebrates life by honoring our loved ones who have passed away. We are proud to continue this annual celebration and are proud to be among one of Denver’s earliest organizations dedicated to this ancient custom. Dia de los Muertos begins at midnight on October 31, when the souls of all deceased children come down from heaven and reunite with their families on November 1 and culminates when the souls of deceased adults come visit on November 2.