17th Annual Main Street Canoga Park Dia de los Muertos Festival - Department of Cultural Affairs 17th Annual Main Street Canoga Park Dia de los Muertos Festival - Department of Cultural Affairs

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17th Annual Main Street Canoga Park Dia de los Muertos Festival

Date
November 5, 2017
Time
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost
Free
Site
http://canogaparkcal.com

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The annual street festival is a traditional cultural event that celebrates the ancient Mexican
and Central American traditions of paying homage to loved ones who have passed.
Festivities are held throughout the day in historic Downtown Canoga Park, recipient of the
“All-American City Award”. The festival will showcase live musical entertainment, vendors,
international foods, calaveras, artists’ exhibits, altar displays, a children’s art pavilion,
and a large classic car show.

Location

Sherman Way Corridor
18210 Sherman Way
Los Angeles, CA 91335 United States
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Phone:
(323) 521-7385

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