Saturday, October 31 noon to 6pm
Sunday, November 1 and Monday, November 2 1-6pm
Join in for the annual Day of the Dead (Día de Muertos) in New York City. This tradition is rooted in the native Mexican belief that life on earth is a preparation for the next world and of the importance of maintaining a strong relationship to the dead.
Saturday, October 31
Ofrenda/Altar Building: 10am-3pm
Jorge Espinosa, Mexican Folk Harp: 4pm
Sunday, November 1 - All Saints’ Day
Workshop: Paper crafts: 1pm
Son Pecadores (Performance): 3pm
Cetiliztli Nauhcampa Quetzalcoatl in Ixachitlan: 4pm
Monday, November 2 - Day of the Dead
Workshop: Paper Flowers: 2pm
Mariachi Tapatio: 4pm
Taking down the Altar and Closing: 5:30pm
Come and remember your own departed loved-ones and bring copies of photographs to place on the offering/Altar.
You may also send images to be projected during the event.
Mexican food and crafts available for purchase throughout the event.