November 01, 2022 Slideshows

Dia de los Muertos Celebration 2022 

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Photo by Mark A. Larson
Participants in the Dia de los Muertos Celebration in Arcata on Sunday afternoon started on the Cal Poly Humboldt campus and walked to the Sanctuary Garden at 11th and F streets for a stop with Centro del Pueblo members before heading on to Los Bagels on I Street. Katrina and skeleton puppets were provided by the Arcata Playhouse.
Photo by Mark A. Larson
The Jardín del Santuario (Sanctuary Garden) created by Centro del Pueblo welcomed the puppets from the Arcata Playhouse and participants, including the traffic-control volunteers in safety vests from a Cal Poly Community Psychology class.
Photo by Mark A. Larson
Central del Pueblo members Xochiti Cabreara-Sanchez (left) and Magali Cervantes invited walkers in the celebration into the garden via the walkway strewn with marigold petals to participate in the Dia de los Muertes day. They also invited everyone to pick marigold flowers before moving on to the rest of the Celebration at Los Bagels.
Photo by Mark A. Larson
Members of the event's traffic-control volunteers, including Maria Fernanda Fragosa Calsada, joined celebration participants in picking marigold flowers at the garden.
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The Katrina and skeleton puppets by the Arcata Playhouse paused at the Jardín del Santuario before heading on to the event in front of Los Bagels.
Photo by Mark A. Larson
Members of the Danza Azteca from Cal Poly Humboldt performed multiple dances at the Dia de los Muertos Celebration on Sunday in the street in front of Los Bagels.
Photo by Mark A. Larson
A member of Danza Azteca from Cal Poly Humboldt at the Dia de los Muertos Celebration on Sunday in the street in front of Los Bagels.
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A close view of one of the members of Danza Azteca from Cal Poly Humboldt at the Dia de los Muertos Celebration on Sunday in the street in front of Los Bagels.
Photo by Mark A. Larson
Members of Danza Azteca from Cal Poly Humboldt posed for a group photo after their performance at the Dia de los Muertos Celebration on Sunday in the street in front of Los Bagels.
Photo by Mark A. Larson
Members of the Ballet Folklórico de Humboldt from Cal Poly Humboldt performed multiple dances at the Dia de los Muertos Celebration on Sunday in the street in front of Los Bagels.
Photo by Mark A. Larson
Members of the Ballet Folklórico de Humboldt from Cal Poly Humboldt performed multiple dances at the Dia de los Muertos Celebration on Sunday in the street in front of Los Bagels.
Photo by Mark A. Larson
Members of the Ballet Folklórico de Humboldt from Cal Poly Humboldt performed multiple dances at the Dia de los Muertos Celebration on Sunday in the street in front of Los Bagels.
Photo by Mark A. Larson
Members of the Ballet Folklórico de Humboldt from Cal Poly Humboldt performed multiple dances at the Dia de los Muertos Celebration on Sunday in the street in front of Los Bagels.
Photo by Mark A. Larson
Members of the Ballet Folklórico de Humboldt from Cal Poly Humboldt performed multiple dances at the Dia de los Muertos Celebration on Sunday in the street in front of Los Bagels.
Photo by Mark A. Larson
Attendees were invited to create their own Dead Bread that Los Bagels provided and then baked.
Photo by Mark A. Larson
Many beautiful Dia de los Muertes faces attended the event on Sunday.
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The Cal Poly Humboldt Mariachi ended the Dia de los Muertos Celebration with several songs.
Photo by Mark A. Larson
The Cal Poly Humboldt Mariachi ended the Dia de los Muertos Celebration with Jennifer Anne Trowbridge accompaning one of the group members in a song.
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Participants in the Dia de los Muertos Celebration in Arcata on Sunday afternoon started on the Cal Poly Humboldt campus and walked to the Sanctuary Garden at 11th and F streets for a stop with Centro del Pueblo members before heading on to Los Bagels on I Street. Katrina and skeleton puppets were provided by the Arcata Playhouse.

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