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Thursday November 2, 7:00pm

Dia de los Muertos 2006
San Francisco

Beginning around 24th and Bryant, Mission District
Ending in Garfield Park (25th and Harrison), with community altars created by local artists.
Help set up altars at Garfield Park on November 2 - contact George
For more info, visit www.dayofthedeadsf.org


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Dia de los Muertos - San Francisco

Annual "Day of the Dead" Procession

Photos 2002 by Ember Ward for Reclaiming Quarterly

In the evening of November 2nd, several thousand people gather along 24th Street for a procession through the Mission District. The march ends at Garfield Park, where altars to the dead are constructed during the afternoon (Click here for altars).

Want to be involved in this year's events? We especially need people to to help set up altars at Garfield Park on the afternoon of November 2. For more information, contact George, (415) 255-7623, george@groundworknews.org

For more info, visit www.dayofthedeadsf.org

Photos 2002 by Ember Ward for Reclaiming Quarterly, except top collage 2000 Susan C. and Reclaiming Quarterly. Please do not copy, reproduce, or otherwise use them without written permission. Thanks!

On the Day of the Dead, ancestors get to enjoy earthly delights such as their favorite food, flowers, and music.

Halloween costumes get another outing.


A Danse Macabre Troupe.

Drummers accompany the procession.

The Garfield Park altars glow out of the darkness.

More photos of the Dia de los Muertos nighttime procession.

Photos 2002 by Ember Ward for Reclaiming Quarterly, except top collage 2000 Susan C. and Reclaiming Quarterly. Please do not copy, reproduce, or otherwise use them without written permission. Thanks!


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