On an annual basis, the Davis Cemetery District holds a Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebration on their  grounds. This celebration is one of the last Mesoamerican indigenous-influenced rituals, honoring mother earth and all ancestors. This celebration is part of an effort to create a community, a sense of belonging, and global awareness of cultural richness in our multicultural society.

Due to the high transmission rates of COVID-19 in the county, the district has made the difficult decision to modify this year’s celebration, keeping health and safety our highest priority.

Friday, October 29th through Monday, November 1st

  • Educational signage will be placed along our eastern internal roadway, just north of the memorial fountain
  • A public altar will be set up outside the administration building for viewing. We also welcome contributions to the altar from our visitors
  • While on the grounds, visitors will be able to scan QR codes to listen to a welcome video and hear performances by Mariachi Puente
  • Fresh marigolds will be available for the public to place on graves in order to honor their loved ones

Ven a honrar a los antepasados y seres queridos, que han cruzado al mundo de los espíritus.

For more information, visit the Cemetery District webpage.