Come and enjoy authentic Mexican food by local Mexican restaurants in the area to celebrate dia de los muertos. From Tacos, burritos, Manzanita dulces, champurado, elotes con mayonesa you will truly experience the culture of Mexican food. Don’t forget that we will have kids activities, photo booth, face painting, jumpers, and other cool stuff.
If your kids are into art this is their chance to chalk with one of the most talented chalk artist in Los Angeles. We look forward to having your family at our event!
Join us for a SWEET afternoon decorating sugar skulls for Dia De Los Muertos! Sugar skulls are often used to decorate the gravestones of the deceased. The reason they are called “sugar skulls” is because the authentic sugar skulls were made out of clay molded sugar, decorated with feathers, colored beads, foils and icing. These sugar skulls are very colorful and whimsical, not scary at all. The name of the deceased relative could be written on the skull’s forehead and then put on the altar.
The objective of the workshopis to get a deeper understanding of what death or Miquiztli representd for various indigenous peoples of Mesaamerica (Mexico and Central America). You will analyze Nahuatl (“Aztec”) terms and precolonia books (codices) to interpret the ancestral meaning of “death”.
Join us for our Papel Picado Workshop in commemoration of Dia De Los Muertos! Learn how to make fun papel picado designs to hang above or on your altar, in your room, office, or wherever you’d like!
In the Procession everyone is welcome in the streets. In fact, part of the point is to get into the street—to process for the dead you are remembering. It’s about participation, about creating your own meaningful experience by becoming part of the event—whether that means walking, setting up an altar or holding a photograph of a loved one as you watch the Procession go by. The Procession is about honoring and celebrating the dead in whatever creative, authentic way you want to.
oin us for a prayer candle decorating workshop.The flame represents eternal life, and often certain scents are used to lure the dead. Painting and glittering prayer 1:00 PM candles are fun and cheery.
Learn how to make your own headpiece. If you decide to celebrate Dia de Los Muertos by dressing up, you’re going to need a floral crown to finish your look. It’s 4:00 PM an essential part to any Day of the Dead outfit.