A Día de los Muertos Extravaganza at Forest Lawn | KCET
A Día de los Muertos Extravaganza at Forest Lawn
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Follow the cempasúchil leaves to a celebration in honor of the dead. No, not to the Mictlán, but to your screen! Watch Forest Lawn's Día de los Muertos extravaganza featuring Mexican flokloric dance, mariachi, a religious ceremony, sculpture, intricate flower arrangements, marionettes and more.
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Title: Día De Los Muertos
Presented By: Forest Lawn
Originally Presented: Nov. 1, 2020
About Forest Lawn
Founded in 1906, Forest Lawn is committed to prividing outstanding service and beautiful environments for family outings, remembering loved ones and commemorating holidays.
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