Dia de los Muertos Opening Ceremony Sunday, November 1st 2:30-6:30 PM


Día de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead)      

El Centro’s Multi-Cultural Tribute to:

 Juan Rulfo’s Pedro Páramo

 And your soul

Where do you think it’s gone?

 It must be wandering around up there on earth,

Like all those others,

  Looking for people to pray for it.

Opening Night – Sunday Nov 1, 2009

Brunch Served 2:30 PM · Opening Ceremony 3:30 PM ·  Opening of Ofrenda/Altar Exhibit 4:00 PM

Admission and Food are FREE · Parking in South Lot

El Centro de la Raza  2524 16th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144

 Presentations by Ameyaltonal Danza Azteca · FANDANGO  · Hope For Youth · Richard Hugo House • Mariachi Seattle Azteca • José Martí CDC • Professor Cynthia Steele, University of Washington

Children’s Activities · Face Painting · Sugar Skulls

Featuring Ofrendas by ~ ALAS · CD Forum · Beacon Hill International School · Denny Middle School · Friends of the Orphans · Guatemaltecos Unidos · Lutheran Volunteer Corp · Office of Multi-Cultural Affairs · People of Color Against Aids • Los Poetas del Monton • Rhonda Gossett and Family • and many more!

Enjoy the Ofrenda Exhibit November 1st-20th – Open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday from 10 am – 6pm and Wednesday 12 pm – 8 pm



  1. Maria M. Durham says:

    Congratulations for all you do and best wishes always!
    Maria Durham

  2. Looking forward to bringing my students to this event!


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