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Altares, Ofrendas, Calaveras, Flores, Pan De Muerto, Chocolate, Visual Arts, Poetry and Music.

Observed on November 2nd, with exhibits and events beginning in October and continuing through the middle of November; Día De Los Muertos is a colorful flurry of traditional and contemporary festivities celebrating ancestral remembrance, and harvest season rituals from Central Mexican indigenous cultures. Organized since 1978 by Centro Cultural Aztlán - with altars and exhibits on display all over the city, Día De Los Muertos is a mainstay of San Antonio’s folklore and its cultural heritage.