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CaptionThe Marigold Project in partnership with Rescue Culture Collective produces San Francisco's annual Dia de los Muertos Procession and Altar Exhibit in Garfield Park. Every year on November 2 ... this event attracts more than 10 000 people from all over the city and greater Bay Area to the Mission for a ritualistic and artful celebration. ..... This outdoor event is based on traditional Aztec beliefs of death and afterlife celebrating the rituals and traditions within both life and death. Day of the Dead in San Francisco is a pan-denominational festival a cornucopia of food art community music and offerings. .... While the ceremony remains true to its Latino roots the San Francisco procession actively encourages participation by people of all origins. ...... Bring candles photos food or something that reminds you of a person that has passed away. the altars are community art installations that are intended to change as each person adds something to the hearth.
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