Join us for the 19th Annual Día de los Muertos Celebration's Opening Reception! This event serves as the Historic Barrio District CDC's Annual Fundraiser. The highlight of the evening is the delicious variety of mole sauces, a traditional Mexican cuisine which is also a common offering during Día de los Muertos. The event also features live entertainment and a silent auction. Guests also get to enjoy a preview of the community altars, before they are open to the public.
Cost | Pre-Sale $30.00
* Due to alcohol being served, we strongly encourage you to refrain from bringing children *
All Dia de los Muertos Events & Workshops are brought to you by the Historic Barrio District CDC and take place at the Sherman Heights Community Center.
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When & Where
Sherman Heights Community Center
To promote educational, health, personal development, and arts & culture programs that enhance the well-being of
individuals and families in our communities.
In 1984, a coalition of residents, known as the Sherman Action Committee incorporated itself as the Sherman
Heights Community Center (SHCC). Its first step and top priority was the creation of a facility to consolidate health,
social, recreational and child-care services that would serve inner-cityresidents. In 1994, the Sherman Heights
Community Center opened its doors and became a place for people of all ages to gather and receive needed
services in the heart of their own community.