This is the third year in a row that the Tyler/Davis district has celebrated Dia de los Muertos. The celebration this year included the amazing pan de muerto from Maroches bakery, hot chocolate from Cocoandré, a piñata, a face-painting contest and a presentation on the history of day of the dead in Mexican culture.
We also found Café Maya in the spirit with an altar for relatives who have passed on. And Texas Theatre threw a Dia de los Muertos party with Pinkish Black and Mindspiders.
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