Ofrenda

In recognition of Día de los Muertos, El Milagro on South Cloverdale Boulevard has put up an ofrenda.

Each ofrenda typically contains a pitcher of water, traditional paper banners, food offerings and the cempasúchil, a type of marigold flower native to Mexico that represents the cyclical nature of life.

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