It’s a celebration of the lives of loved ones who have passed. This street event is becoming more popular every year, with live music, fire performers, dancing, food by Mi Cocina, Aztec- and Mayan-style hot chocolate, libations and, of course, the vibrant Mexican “Día de los Muertos” decorations and altars. Fabulous art and decor will be available from Block Party, CRAFT(s) Gallery & Mercantile, Gift Horse, Red Tree and Regalo. Guests are encouraged to wear costumes and masks and to bring photos of late loved ones for the public altars, which will be blessed by Father David Sanchez. A candlelit procession will start at 8:30 p.m. Hands-on workshops will include face painting, sugar skull decorating and paper flower-making.