Día de Los Muertos Celebrates Loved Ones Gone, but Not Forgotten

By EGP News

(EGP photo by Gloria Angelina Castillo)

As part of their traditional holiday programming, Olvera Street Merchants have been celebrating Día de los Muertos/ Day of the Dead with a nightly “novenario,” a Pre-Columbian procession and blessing.

The festivities include altars, live entertainment, complimentary sweet bread and champurrado, a Mexican style hot chocolate drink.

The next novenario takes place tonight at 7pm; The Fiesta de Muertos (Festival of the Dead) runs daily through Sunday, Nov. 4.

See more events: Day of the Dead/ Día de Los Muertos Events

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November 1, 2012  Copyright © 2012 Eastern Group Publications, Inc.


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