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This event is free to the public on both days!
Food will be sold by some local vendors, but feel free to bring food yourself. We do ask that you do not bring alcohol to the event.
Here are some things that will make your time at the event more pleasant:
Lawn Chairs or Blankets
Flashlight (Especially for Saturday Night)
Certified Service Animals
You can also bring things to decorate a loved one's grave as long as you don't encroach on another's grave.
We are pretty relaxed about the things that families bring for Día de los Muertos, but we do have a few things that are not allowed in our cemetery and at the event:
Glass (trinkets, bottles, vases, etc)
Ceramics (trinkets, vases, etc)
Fire-related products (flame candles, incense, grills, etc.)
Non-Certified Service Animals
We will have parking spaces available at Hughes Family Tribute Center and some space will be available within the cemetery.
We will have Hughes Family Tribute Center open for people to use the restroom. We will also have a few portable toilets in the cemetery for people to use.
Although we love pets and think pets are very important in life, cemeteries don't usually allow pets (people may get very offended if a pet relieved themselves on or near a loved one's grave). So unless your furry friend is a certified service animal, we kindly ask to keep him or her at home while you enjoy Celebración del Día de los Muertos!
If you bring a certified service animal, we request that the animal is marked as a service animal to avoid any disputes at Celebración del Día de los Muertos, and that you and your certified service animal follows the usual guidelines on etiquette at public gatherings (such as when and where they relieve themselves).
Any animals along with their owners will be asked to leave by staff if deemed necessary to the public.