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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
Historic Barrio District CDC
The Sherman Heights Community Center (SHCC) dba Historic Barrio District CDC (HBD CDC), will hold its Annual Noche de Mole reception on Thursday, October 23, 2014 from 6:30pm – 9:00pm. This event marks the official opening for San Diego’s 20th Annual Día de los Muertos Celebration in the community of Sherman Heights. The evening will include a silent auction, dinner, and live entertainment.
The SHCC is committed to addressing the needs of the community through its three fundamental pillars: Youth Engagement, Arts & Culture, and Community & Economic Development for the underserved neighborhoods of Grant Hill, Logan Heights, Sherman Heights, Memorial, and Stockton. Money raised from our ticket sales and silent auction supports the services and year-round programming that take place at the Sherman Heights Community Center, including, but not limited to: After school Education Enrichment Program, Youth Reading Club, Spring & Summer Camps, Arts & Culture, Youth/Adult Health & Wellness, Adult ESL, Monthly Emergeny Food Distribution, and a Senior Nutrition Program.