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Breaking from Halloween for Day of the Dead

Published on: October 28, 2019

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Santa Monica celebrates Day of the Dead (Dia de Los Muertos) at Woodlawn Cemetery, Mortuary & Mausoleum, which is wholly owned and operated by the City of Santa Monica. One of the few municipally-owned cemeteries in California was purchased by the city in 1897 (the mausoleum was acquired in 1972.) It is considered one of the city’s most important historical resources. Check it out at the annual celebration of the cycle of life and remembrance of ancestors on November 2, 2019.

While Day of the Dead is normally celebrated in November, celebrations have already happened this year in more than a dozen cities, while one event was postponed in Healdsburg due to fire evacuations. Others in fire danger areas may also be impacted.

Celebrate Day of the Dead

CAMARILLO: Dia De Los Muertos Nov.2, 2019

CANOGA PARK: Dia de los Muertos Nov.3

CARLSBAD: Dia de Los Muertos Nov.2

CATHEDRAL CITY: Dia de los Muertos Nov.2

FONTANA: Celebration Oct.29

FRESNO: Art Exhibition Luna Y La Muerta Nov.1-7

GILROY: Altars Exhibit through Nov.2

FULLERTON: Festival Nov.3, 2019

HOLLYWOOD: Hollywood Forever Cemetery Festival Nov.2

IRVINE: Day of the Dead Nov.2

LOS ANGELES: Day of the Dead Celebration Nov.1-2

PETALUMA: El Dia de Los Muertos Nov.2

PLEASANTON: Hispanic Celebration Nov.2

REDWOOD CITY: Dia de Muertos Nov.3

RIVERSIDE: Day of the Dead Nov.2

SAN DIEGO: Old Town Festival Nov.2-3

SAN FRANCISCO: Procession and Altars Festival Nov.2

SAN GABRIEL: Dia de Los Muertos Festival Nov.1

SAN JOSE: Day of the Dead Nov.2

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