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City of Ukiah Hosting Día de los Muertos Altar and Celebration

The following information was published on the City of Ukiah Recreation Facebook page:

Día de los Muertos Alter at Ukiah City Hall [Picture provided by the City of Ukiah Recreation]

Community members are invited to the Dia De Los Muertos Community Altar to bring an “ofrenda” (offerings) to honor their loved ones who have died. Traditional offerings include a framed photo (8×10 or smaller), marigolds, sugar skulls, flameless candles, or masks.

We will be having a Dia De Los Muertos Celebration with live music, pan de muertos, champurrado (hot chocolate), face painter, and arts and crafts on Monday, November 1st from 4:30 – 7 pm.

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  1. I love my family who have passed away and I remember them anytime I want to. I tell my grandkids about them. And they live on in my heart.

    Erecting an altar is a form of worship

    And MY worship is reserved for my God. He is my beloved and all of my worship and altars will to Him alone ❤️‍🔥

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