Jaelene Rivera sets up an altar every year for Dia de los Muertos at her house for her grandfather, but Wednesday evening she was downtown celebrating the holiday with other local residents.

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(2) comments

Ben Dover

Heard about it last-minute but couldn't make it this year. I hoope it wil be repeated in 2023!

Clinton Herbert

I went, and I had a great time. I hope that the organizers saw that they can do even bigger things next year. It was a successful event.

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