We invite you to the Latino and Latina Roundtable Annual Dia de Muertos Celebration on November 4th at Lopez Urban Farm (1034 W. Mission Blvd. in Pomona) from 1 – 5 PM. A distinction of this Annual celebration is that we attempt to celebrate it, not out of any commercial or profit benefit (like some Dia de Muertos events have become), but is an effort to create a space where we can celebrate the cultural meaning of remembering and celebrating our loved ones and those who have contributed to our communities.
President of the Latino and Latina Roundtable
From the Director Lina Mira:
Hello LRT Members and Friends,
We are excited for our event that is right around the corner. Please save the date for the 9th Annual Dia de Muertos Celebration. Join us for cultura, comunidad, music, arts and crafts, tamales, and our beautiful OFRENDA at the Lopez Urban Farm. Bring pictures of your loved ones. Everyone is welcome to attend. Bring your abuelitos, kids, neighbors and anyone who loves being in community. There is no cost to attend this event.
There will be information tables with resources from a few of our local community partners working on health and immigration.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4TH 2023
Doors open at 1:00 pm @ Lopez Urban Farm in Pomona CA.
We also need volunteers to help us get ready- volunteer work days are-
November 3rd and November 4th (call 909-480-6267 to inquire about times).
You are invited to join us for the following events. These events are in partnership with other local organizations and groups. Fliers are attached to this email.
Noche de Familia – October 13th from 4- 6pm – Tri-City Wellness Center (Pomona) Come and celebrate the end of Latino/Hispanic Heritage Month,Bring your family and invite your friends and extended family.
Cesar Chavez Park Clean Up and Gardening Day- October 14th from 10-12 (noon) at Cesar Chavez Park (Pomona).
Kindness Carnival – October 14th from 2-5 pm at Civic Center Plaza (Pomona) Stop by and learn about the groups working together to bring a wellbeing economy to Pomona and the Pomona Valley.
Dia de Muertos Celebration – November 4th from 1-5 pm at Lopez Urban Farm (Pomona). Bring pictures and items for the large community ofrenda. Everyone is welcome to join the celebration of culture, education, and community.
To Friends of the Latino and Latina Roundtable,
Please join us this Sunday for Día de los Muertos Virtual Gathering. We will be learning about this beautiful tradition and it’s an opportunity to gather and remember our loved ones and also a space to process the loss and our grief due to COVID-19. We will also be sharing information about altars/ofrendas that are being created locally. We invite you to share your altar/ofrenda that day with us. Please let me know if you have any questions. (909) 480-6267. Also, translation will be provided.
Director of the Latino and Latina Roundtable
Join on on Sunday November 1st from 2-3:30 pm
Roundtable is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: DDLM November 1st 2020
Time: Nov 1, 2020 01:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting
Please join Latino/a Roundtable on November 3, 2019 from 3-7 pm at the dA Center for the Arts to celebrate Dia De Los Muertos. This is a non-commercial event to remember and celebrate our loved ones. We will have one central altar where you can bring a picture and/or other items of those who have passed. Time will be set aside for you to share something about them. Other altars will also be part of this event. Please bring your family. There will be crafts to create, face painting, dance and food to share. All are welcomed to join.
Come and join us this Saturday November 11 from 5:30pm-10pm at the Pitzer Grove House (1001 Service Road in Claremont) to give thanks to all our workers and community members from the Pomona Economic Opportunity Center, the Latino and Latina Roundtable, and Pitzer College . We will be placing a plaque in memory of the community members and workers who have passed away from our Pitzer familia at 5:30 PM (in the worker garden behind the Pitzer Grove House) – particularly remembering dining hall, facilities, and housekeeper workers that have passed away. After the ceremony, we will be serving food and we will also be having a live Latin Jazz band performing (with Pitzer alumnus Joaquin Calderon playing on congas). Please come — send this notice to your listserv — invite others — and bring a friend or family member! Hope to see you all there!