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Day of the Dead Celebration

It’s called Day of the Dead, but it symbolizes the enjoyment of life and a time to remember those who have passed. Come celebrate with us!

Each year, the Lorenzo Cultural Center celebrates the colorful and festive Mexican holiday Dìa de los Muertos or Day of the Dead, through Black Velvet Art Exhibit; traditional ofrenda, or altars; presentations; films and workshops. The Lorenzo Center's annual celebration, held around Day of Dead (October 31-November 2.)  

All events are FREE and open to the public and are held at the Lorenzo Cultural Center, Community Hall, CK-130. Pre-registration is requested for presentations. REGISTER NOW!

Syncretism of Catholic and Aztec Religious Beliefs and Customs Thursday, October31 • 11am–12pm
Understanding Velvet Art with Diana Rivera Thursday, October 31 • 2–3pm
Coco Friday, November 1 • 10:30am–12:15pm
Cesar Chavez Friday, November 1 • 2–3pm
Altar Making Workshop, Saturday, November 2 • 10:30am–12pm
El Ballet Folklórico Estudiantil, Saturday, November 2 • 2–3pm

 

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