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Share Your Dia de los Muertos Story, Win A Poster!

Rose Hills Memorial Park & Mortuary's Día de los Muertos Festival offers five signed/framed posters by Raul Pizarro

By LatinoLA Contributor
Published on LatinoLA: October 25, 2012


Share Your Dia de los Muertos Story, Win A Poster!


To share the rich tradition and history of Día de los Muertos, Rose Hills Memorial Park & Mortuary hosts the Annual Día de los Muertos Cultural Festival to celebrate and honor loved ones who have passed away. This signature event shares the culture and heritage of Día de los Muertos with all generations. Rose Hills honors the tradition by celebrating with families and friends at their Memorial Park, which is visited by more than 3 million people each year.

Special arts & crafts activities for children include mini workshops and interactive activities; a food court; a local vendor area; a full program of performances and entertainment including Tierra Blanca folklórico group, Mariachi Trompetas de Mexico and a special performance by the band Conjunto Los Pochos. In addition, families are invited to create their own altar and enter the community altar contest featuring a corridor for display and celebration.

Would you like to WIN a signed framed 3rd Annual Rose Hills Dia De Los Muertos commemorative poster, featuring this great piece from Raul Pizarro??

How? Share your favorite Dia de los Muertos traditions with LatinoLA!

You can share your fondest memories of this holiday or of your loved ones that have passed. EVERYONE who shares an inspirational photo & caption will be entered will have a CHANCE TO WIN! a signed framed commemorative poster, featuring artwork from Raul Pizarro (above).

Just leave your story as a Comment below. Winning writers will be notified and can pick up their framed poster at the event.

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