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SAN JOSE — A snaking procession with frenetic, feathered Aztec dancers for a head and a somber mariachi outfit for a tail wound through downtown San Jose on Sunday, honoring ancestry and tradition in the 20th annual Dia de los Muertos procession and party. And make no mistake, the atmosphere was upbeat albeit reverent and not exclusive to the Mexican holiday. The Aztec dancers were joined by a taiko group, Chinese lion dancers, Middle Eastern belly dancers, a Filipino ensemble and a host of spectator-participants of all stripes underneath black-and-white death’s head make-up.

“When I first saw a Day of the Dead event, it was in San Antonio more than 30 years ago,” said Robert Robins of San Jose, “and I didn’t know what was going on, I thought it was a bunch of skull-worshippers, Weirdoes, We didn’t know any better, we were just a bunch of white 25 ballet shoes antique silver 21x13mm, charms pendants. people.”, Robins said it was visually striking, but once he learned about the meaning behind the Halloweenesque displays the Day of the Dead became something much more poignant, “It’s not political, just spiritual,” he said, “You see so many people with these elaborate shrines; it really is a beautiful thing.”..

Arlene Sagun of the San Jose Multicultural Artists Guild that puts on the event said it has steadily grown over the years, but that it’s snowballing as of lately. They did a Facebook social media push this year and logged more than 8,000 followers, and on Sunday she estimated that about 500 people either joined the parade or the festivities that followed at San Jose State University. Participants were urged to wear muertos apparel, and bring photos or other offerings for a community altar. Those who came unprepared could get a quick makeover by one of the face-painters in attendance, or purchase Day of the Dead apparel and memorabilia.

Magali Gonzalez, who has been doing traditional Day of the Dead dances for half of her 27 years, was bopping along the parade route with her 4-month-old daughter, Cuauhtli, nestled in a sling on her chest, While Cuauhtli may have been the youngest dance troupe member on Sunday, Gonzalez said it wasn’t her first boogie, “This one is a dancer,” Gonzalez said, “She’s been dancing 25 ballet shoes antique silver 21x13mm, charms pendants. since she was in my tummy.”, Xochitecpatl, another feathered Aztec dancer who goes by one name, said that while interest may now be escalating, it’s a tradition that’s “nothing new” for those who delve into their roots..

Wine dinner: San Francisco’s Le Colonial welcomes wine educator Jerry Bernard Seps for a five-course prix fixe menu featuring Storybook Mountain Vineyards wine paired with Le Colonial dishes. Oct. 26. Le Colonial, 20 Cosmo Place, San Francisco. http://www.lecolonialsf.com. ‘Revenge of the Nerds’ Halloween Party: Guests are encouraged to embrace their inner Lambda Lambda Lambda nerd or Alpha Beta preppy. The party will be held in the Douglas Room and pours into the Tilden Hotel lobby and the Mechanics Room. Enjoy drink specials (shot and beer combos, Guava Ginger Punch, Jello shots) and TOTchos, fried mac ‘n’ cheese and other bites from the Adams College Cafeteria, plus prizes for exceptional costumes. 7 p.m.-2 a.m. Oct. 28,  345 Taylor St., San Francisco.  www.tildenhotel.com/dine/barlounge.

San Franciso Vintners Market: Try and 25 ballet shoes antique silver 21x13mm, charms pendants. buy wine on the spot from nearly 200 wineries, meet winemakers, enjoy specialty foods and music and check out seminars hosted by the SF Wine School, 2-5 p.m, Nov, 4-5, Festival Pavilion at Fort Mason Center, Marina Boulevard and Laguna Street, $25-$150. https://www.sfvintnersmarket.com, Taste of Anderson Valley: Join more than 30 of the best producers of Anderson Valley AVA wines, all in one place, Taste wines, meet wine makers and bid on silent auction lots featuring hand signed bottles, 6-8:30 p.m, Nov, 9, Golden Gate Club Cypress Room, The Presidio, 135 Fisher Loop San Francisco, $75. https://avwines.com/taste-av.html..

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