Hundreds of people gathered at the Napa Valley College Upper Valley Campus on Sunday to celebrate Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead).
Coordinated by the UpValley Family Centers and Nimbus Arts, the event featured altars honoring deceased loves ones, music, face painting, traditional Aztec dancing by Ollin Anahuac, ballet folklorico by Zempoa Xochitl of Napa, food, and traditional arts and crafts.
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The event was sponsored by the Cave Company, Clark Vineyard Management, Alan and Sarah Galbraith, Jones Family Foundation, Napa Valley Wealth Management, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, and Westamerica Bank.
In-kind support was provided by Upper Valley Waste Management Agency, Umpqua Bank, Briana Marie Photography Services, and volunteer support from the Interact Club from St. Helena High School.