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Milpitas’ Dia De Los Muertos celebration (PHOTOS)

On Saturday, November 4, the City of Milpitas hosted a Dia De Los Muertos celebration at Cardoza Park.

Before the celebration officially kicked off, there was a Sugar Skull 5K run/walk, which many families and individuals participated in at 9am. After the race, participants received a medal, t-shirt, and swag bag.

To kick off the celebration, there was also some lively drumming and dancing by the Bay Area Aztec Dancers, along with great performances by Mariachi Mexico de Gilroy.

Deceased loved ones were also honored at the Community Altar de Ofrenda Showcase, which was full of stunning photographs, colors, and flowers.

Check out some of the photos of this event below… 

 

Getting ready to start the 5K.

 

Halfway through the 5K, volunteers from the Stratford School (the Milpitas Corning location) were there to hand walkers and runners some water.

 

One of the ancestral altars on display.

 

Performance by the Bay Area Aztec Dancers.

 

The Bay Area Aztec Dancers.

 

The back of one of the Bay Area Aztec Dancers.

 

Young performers from Mariachi Mexico de Gilroy.

 

 

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Rhoda Shapiro
Rhoda Shapiro
Rhoda Shapiro is the winner of a 2022 Golden Quill Award for her Education journalism. She works as a journalist and media consultant in the Bay Area. She has written for both the Tri-City Voice and the Mercury News, and is the founder of Chi Media Company, which works mostly with nonprofit organizations and educational entities to elevate their marketing and communication platforms. Rhoda is also the author of “Fierce Woman: Wake up your Badass Self” and “Magic Within: Womb-Centered Wisdom to Realize the Power of Your Sacred Feminine Self.” Her YouTube channel features practices in yoga, meditation, and women’s empowerment. Rhoda is The Milpitas Beat’s Founder and Editor-in-Chief.

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