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Esperanza's Día de los Muertos Outdoor Community Altar Exhibit & Viviendas y Jardines

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Join la Buena Gente de Esperanza for our annual celebration at the Rinconcito de Esperanza from November 1st through November 8th! Again this year, we are building a large community altar at the corner of Guadalupe & S. Colorado streets to honor community members we hold dear in our memories, as well as the many victims of COVID-19 – numbering over 4,900 in Bexar County. Additionally, a dozen community altars will grace our Rinconcito de Esperanza at 816 S. Colorado, right across the street. All activities will take place outdoors.

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