Let’s celebrate Dia de Muertos together!!!

Join us for our 8th annual cGreenworks Day of the dead imageelebration of Latin American culture with activities for children and adults alike. Evergreen’s Day of the Dead celebration takes place at the Sunday Artisan Market and incorporates traditional Latin celebrations, fun family activities and delicious food and drink. October 28, 2018 | 10:00am–3:00pm and it’s free!

 
At Day of the Dead, you can enjoy live music and traditional dances on our main stage as part of the Sunday Performing Arts Series, Presented by Bank of America Merrill Lynch, understand the ritual of creating an altar or “Ofrenda,” and listen to storytelling by Catrinas, which are an essential part of the Day of the Dead celebrations.

 
Our Sunday Artisan Market will merge with our Latin Mercado, where we are featuring chefs and artisans from the Latin community. With food, fun and shopping, there will be something for everyone. Come join in the party!

 
New this year: Cross-Cultural Exchanges. We are creating a facilitated space where people from diverse backgrounds can have conversations about the importance of rituals, food, culture and diversity.

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