The Sugar Land Heritage Museum & Visitor Center hosts the Dia de los Muertos exhibit that will explain the significance of All Saints Day in Hispanic cultures across North and Central America. This exhibit will comprise personalized altars created by local families to honor their loved ones and commemorate their lives in old Sugar Land. Visitors will learn about Sugar Land’s rich historical legacy in a personalized and unique way. There will be half-day events on October 27 and November 3 that will include music, refreshments, presentations, and other elements exploring our communal past. [Organizer's description]
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