When: Sun., Nov. 2, 3-8 p.m. 2014
Since 1977, Centro Cultural has opened its doors to tourists and residents to take part in the biggest and oldest Dia de los Muertos Celebration paying tribute to this ancient tradition. From 3pm–5pm take part in Dia de los Muertos Con La Familia hands-on activities; make papel picado flowers and banners, decorate your own sugar skull and have your face painted. Enjoy the Altar and Ofrenda Exhibit, Avenida de los Artesanos and Carnaval de San Anto from 6pm-8pm.
Price: Suggested admission: $5/Adults $3/Students