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"As everyone prepares to celebrate Halloween and Dia de los Muertos, the Marin County District Attorney's Office is encouraging the community to make this year’s festivities as safe as possible by planning lower-risk online, at-home and car-based activities.

To limit the spread of COVID-19, the state’s Department of Public Health released safety guidelines[External] strongly discouraging traditional trick-or-treating and asks families to plan safer alternatives. These alternative celebrations include a candy scavenger hunt at home, online pumpkin carving and costume contests, and car-based tours of Halloween displays.

The health guidance also covers Día de los Muertos, a Mexican tradition celebrated in the Latinx community honoring the deceased. Día de los Muertos celebrations often include gatherings of extended family. Families are encouraged to place traditional indoor alters outside so others can view them from a safe distance and create virtual altars online." (thx EW)

This Día de los Muertos altar in Point Reyes Station created by Ernesto Sanchez and Elvira Xaxni. Join them for the virtual DofD ceremony next Monday, November 2nd at 5pm on Facebook Live.

Halloween Guidance:
https://www.marincounty.org/main/county-press-releases/press-releases/2020/da-halloween-102620

Pumpkin patches:
https://www.marinmommies.com/marin-and-sonoma-pumpkin-patches
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