In this town, dedicated mainly to carpentry and agriculture, the celebration takes place on November 1, when those who died during the year are especially remembered.

The relatives set up a monumental altar in their house and family members or close friends come with wooden horses adorned with flowers, fruits and other foods to honor the deceased, then the hosts invite them to taste tamales and atole at first, and then invite them to live together in a party enlivened by local musicians or bands where you can also enjoy mezcal, tequila and beer while dancing with the family of the deceased.

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