Oct
31

Day of the Dead Festival at the Muckenthaler Center

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The trick-or-treating is over. Time to put away the decorations and welcome November. Growing up, our kitchen would smell wonderful the night of Halloween. My mom would be up making calabasa (sweet pumpkin fudge) to be enjoyed the next day, The Day of the Dead. November 1st is the Day of the Dead in Mexican Culture and it is a day to remember our loved ones that have passed away.

My abuelito (grandfather) loved Calabasa and she would make it in his honor. I think she still makes it, along with other of his favorite foods.

The Muckenthaler Center in Fullerton, is having a Day of the Dead Festival tomorrow from 5pm to 9pm. The Free festival features Mariachis, Ballet Folklorico, Day of the Dead Altars, sugar skulls and storytelling. There is a family friendly kid corner that features crafts designed for the kiddos.

For additional info head here. To learn more about the Day of the Dead head here (Smithsonian).

Where: Muckenthaler Center

1201 West Malvern Avenue

Fullerton, California 92833

What: Day of the Dead Festival

Time: 5pm to 9pm

Admission: Free

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