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 Dia del Nino / Day of the Child  April 26, 2015 

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Noche de Altares

Largest Día de los Muertos event in Orange County

Since 2002, El Centro Cultural de Mexico has been organizing Noche de Altares, or a Night of Altars, a community based Día de los Muertos celebration, where families, students, community organization and businesses come together to create an authentic cultural experience that reflects Mexican tradition and what makes up our communities today.

Organized by volunteers, the purpose of the celebration is to honor the ancient traditions of the festival and bring community members together through art, culture, and compassion. For one night, families, students, community organizations, activists, artists, and businesses are invited to build an altar in memory of a deceased loved one or to bring awareness to a social issue. By making altars, participants are inviting fellow community members into their own life and passions for a loved one. Over the years we have seen altars bring strangers together through mutual compassion, understanding and dialogue.  Families reunite to remember and honor their loved ones.

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2015

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Newport Beach

 


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Downtown Santa Ana Water Tower © A Jimenez Photography
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