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Día de los Muertos, also known as “Day of the Dead” is a beloved Mesoamérican holiday that celebrates the memories of ancestors and deceased family members much like a joyful family reunion. The holiday, typically celebrated in Mexico on November 1 and 2, was recently celebrated in Greeley.  

Its most famous symbol, La Catrina, is dressed elegantly in a fancy hat and is a reminder that no matter how rich or poor, no one escapes death.

See more about Greeley’s event from the Greeley Creative District, or the Facebook event.

Below are some photos and social posts from this year’s celebration.