Halloween and Day of the Dead

La Katrina, Day of the Dead, Baja, Mexico

La Katrina, Day of the Dead

Happy Halloween and Day of the Dead!

La Bodega de Todos Santos will start the evening with HalloWine Night featuring some scary-good Baja Wines! Bottle and Apron Prizes for Best Costumes. The wine tasting takes places from 5 – 8pm on Calle Hidalgo in the Historic District.

La Esquina on the otro lado in Todos Santos is having a Halloween Party for Kids and their Families from 6 – 8 pm with BBQ hot dogs and burgers. Drinks, Trick-or-Treating, games and more! Free entrance.Halloween 2009, Todos Santos, Baja, Mexico

The Hotel California will host the 4th Annual Lifeguard Fundraiser with live music by
Curvas Peligrosas, Jaya and B.J. Groovetrotter, so get yourself costumed up and get out to party. Prizes for best costumes, dozens of interesting raffles have been gathered – dinners at the best restaurants, massages from your favorite people, and tickets to “Return of the Light.’  Free admission, music starts at 8 pm.

Se Habla…La Paz is celebrating the ever-popular Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead). The have a traditional altar at the school. Maps are available to go to the cemetery on Thursday and Friday to witness the Mexican customs of honoring the dead. The school is located at Francisco I. Madero #540, between Republica y Guerrero. For more information: 122-7763 or info@sehablalapaz.com

The San Jose Art District is starting their popular Thursday night Art Walks this Thursday, November 1, with a Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) party throughout the Historic District. Galleries are open late and area restaurants will be offering specials.