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via Ute | Flickr Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a Mexican and Mexican-American holiday celebrated on November 1st and November 2nd. It is a special time where we celebrate the connection between life and death. Families honor their loved ones that have passed away by making thoughtful offerings in the form of altars. Some people celebrate the holiday for the whole month of October, and some make a distinction between November 1 (el Día de los Angelitos, the day for children) a...

via Ute | Flickr Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a Mexican and Mexican-American holiday celebrated on November 1st and November 2nd. It is a special time where we celebrate the connection between life and death. Families honor their loved ones that have passed away by making thoughtful offerings in the form of altars. Some people celebrate the holiday for the whole month of October, and some make a distinction between November 1 (el Día de los Angelitos, the day for children) a...

Halloween may be more related to your genealogy search than you thought! Halloween has deep connections to remembering those who have gone before us.

Halloween may be more related to your genealogy search than you thought! Halloween has deep connections to remembering those who have gone before us.

On November 1st - Mexico welcomes their dead ancestors with marigolds, and skulls… Dia De Los Muertos (or Day of the Dead) in Mexico and Latin America is to celebrate the lives of loved ones who have passed away.

On November 1st - Mexico welcomes their dead ancestors with marigolds, and skulls… Dia De Los Muertos (or Day of the Dead) in Mexico and Latin America is to celebrate the lives of loved ones who have passed away.

Dia de los Muertos Bundle- digital scrapbooking kit from Arizona Girl

Dia de los Muertos Bundle- digital scrapbooking kit from Arizona Girl

Nov. 1st: Happy Dia de los Muertos! In Mexico, today is the start of a gloriously grisly event, Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead; a celebrated ritual full of ancient tradition and meaning. The upbeat treatment of immortality is both fasinating and confronting.

Nov. 1st: Happy Dia de los Muertos! In Mexico, today is the start of a gloriously grisly event, Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead; a celebrated ritual full of ancient tradition and meaning. The upbeat treatment of immortality is both fasinating and confronting.

October is always filled with excitement: from the fall colors and changing leaves to football season to our favorite: Halloween!  What better way to celebrate Halloween (and Día de los Muertos) than by exploring some of the local Detroit areas and enjoying their takes and traditions on the "spirited" season! Some of our favorite haunts and things to visit this time of year: Old time fun at "Hallowe'en in Greenfield Village" The Fall Festival and corn mazes at Bowers Farm in Bloomfield Hills…

October is always filled with excitement: from the fall colors and changing leaves to football season to our favorite: Halloween! What better way to celebrate Halloween (and Día de los Muertos) than by exploring some of the local Detroit areas and enjoying their takes and traditions on the "spirited" season! Some of our favorite haunts and things to visit this time of year: Old time fun at "Hallowe'en in Greenfield Village" The Fall Festival and corn mazes at Bowers Farm in Bloomfield Hills…

Dying Matters Day of the Dead Celebration - 1st Nov 2010. Every year, Dying Matters celebrates the Day of the Dead, which is inspired by the Mexican Día de Muertos, a national holiday where communities gather together to remember friends and family members who have died. (created by Maverick TV for NHS Local)

Dying Matters Day of the Dead Celebration - 1st Nov 2010. Every year, Dying Matters celebrates the Day of the Dead, which is inspired by the Mexican Día de Muertos, a national holiday where communities gather together to remember friends and family members who have died. (created by Maverick TV for NHS Local)

It is said that the angelitos, "little angels" arrive on October 31st at midnight, spend an entire day with their families and then leave. Adults come the following day.

It is said that the angelitos, "little angels" arrive on October 31st at midnight, spend an entire day with their families and then leave. Adults come the following day.

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