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Come celebrate your memories, and make new ones, with our sixth annual salute to the fiery chile and decadent chocolate. Dozens of food and craft vendors will fill the grounds and personal ofrendas (altars) from local artists and schools pay homage to the enduring borderland traditions of Día de los Muertos and a community altar invites guests to leave recuerdos (remembrances) of lost loved ones. There will be musical entertainment with a Latin beat; sugar skull crafts with Jennifer Eschedor; and Day of the Dead-themed face painting by Maddy (and children’s activities on Saturday).

Visit the Chiles, Chocolate, & Day of the Dead event page for more information and events tickets (available September 2)