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16th Annual Dia de los Muertos

November 1, 2022
5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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Council District
City Council District 6

Tuesday, November 1, 2022 • 5pm

For additional information: (818) 252-4619

Virtual Altar Demonstration

Embrace the traditions of el Día de los Muertos by honoring and celebrating life and the departed. Join
us for a virtual altar building demonstrating how to honor family and friends who have passed away
with photographs, placement of their favorite items, food offerings and decorative flowers.
Please join us on our social media platforms to view the virtual celebration of
el Día de los Muertos, with a concert by Conjunto Zacamandu and Hermanos Herrera
in addition to our Student Art Exhibit.

FREE In Person Art Workshops

A series of Día de los Muertos in person art workshops will be held on Saturday, October 8, 15, 22
and 29, from 10am-12pm while supplies last, on a first come, first served basis. Workshops will be
held outdoors at the Sun Valley Youth Arts Center. FREE for the entire family. On October 29, an in
person ritual danza will be performed by Danza Temachtia Quetzacoatl, begining at 11:30am.
All current COVID19 City of Los Angeles protocols will be followed:
Please bring your masks. Vaccination cards and ID’s will be checked.


8642 Sunland Blvd., Sun Valley, CA 91352

Sun Valley Youth Arts Center Social Media Platforms:

Facebook: Sun Valley Youth Arts Center “Stone House”
YouTube: Sun Valley Youth Arts Center Stone House
Instagram: SVYACStoneHouse


Sun Valley Youth Arts Center
8642 Sunland Blvd.
Sun Valley, CA United States
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