October 24, 2021 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

Effective September 15th, all BCA managed venues – Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge Theater, Eclipse Theater, and all of the venues and studios within the Breckenridge Arts District – will require either proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test taken within 96 hours of the event. Beginning November 1st, all BCA venues will require proof of vaccination for all guests 12 and older. Children ages 2 to 11 must wear masks at all times. Guests 12 and older are not mandated to wear masks, although we strongly encourage it whenever guests are not actively eating and drinking. You may read the full policy here.  

Pan de Muerto Workshop
11am, 1pm | Old Masonic Hall Upstairs Gallery
This year’s Pan de Muerto workshop is presented by Silvia Hernandez, the owner of La Catrina Grill. Hernandez was born in Mexico City and went on to study gastronomy in the city, encouraged by her mother who was part of the industry herself. Silvia later came to Denver looking for new horizons, having dreamed of opening her own business, and in 2016 La Catrina Grill was born. She always offers dishes or workshops with a touch of Mexico in mind.

Face Painting
11am-2pm |  Old Masonic Hall Patio
Payasita Paletita also known as Lolipop, will provide face paintings and can pose for photos with other Catrinas and Calaveras for Día de los Muertos.

Ofrenda Installation: Adrian Marban
10:30am-2pm | | Old Masonic Hall Upstairs Gallery
To Adrian the altar is the sacred place that we decide on to honor our beloved people who passed away. The altar is the combination of our Christian faith and Prehispanic traditions where we place the offerings for our deceased. Besides the favorite requests of the deceased, the altar must have the primary items which are: bread, water, candles and cempasúchil flowers –the traditional yellow flower for the death. The altar also is ornamented with sacred images, colorful papel picado known as cut paper and incense.

Mexican Cultural Center Market
10:30am-2pm | | Old Masonic Hall Upstairs Gallery
The MCC will be selling traditional Dia de los Muertos gifts and ornaments as well as other traditional Mexican goods, including Pan de Muerto.

The Mexican Cultural Center (MCC) is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization, established in April 1992. The Mexican Cultural Center’s mission is to promote the Mexican Culture in the State of Colorado. The MCC is dedicated to conveying the richness of Mexican culture through arts and education and working in collaboration with other institutions in the State and beyond to enhance the effectiveness of its programs and have a greater impact within the community.