The night where the passed walk beside us...
Celebrate 'Dia de los Muertos' with us Friday, November 1st!
Mariachi Trio, Free Show, Feasting & Dancing!
Things kick off around 8pm, traditional dancing, food, music and so much more!
$4 Sauza Tequila
$5.25 bottles of Sol
$19 buckets of Sol (4bottles)
Face painting encouraged, feel free to bring things of loved ones lost!
DAY OF THE DEAD IS NOT MEXICAN HALLOWEEN- Cultural Appropriation & How To Avoid It
Here in Canada, we mourn our loved ones when they pass with funeral services and wearing dark solemn clothing. It’s usually a sad time in our families when we have to say goodbye to someone we love forever. Different cultures grieve and treat death differently with traditions that have been around for centuries. Day of the Dead is a 2-day celebration where it is believed that the passageway between the real world and the spirit world is open so our deceased loved ones can come back to visit us. What do we do when a loved one comes back from the land of the dead? We make their favourite meal and we offer them their favourite drink. We sing, dance, and rejoice before they head back to the underworld for another year.