Looking for a scary good time for the whole family? Of course you are … It’s almost Halloween! Crocker Art Museum once again has you covered as Calidanza’s Noche de Muertos returns to delight audiences of all ages on Oct. 27, 2016, so your little ghoulies won’t even have to miss out on trick-or-treating. Calidanza’s mission is “to promote artistic excellence in Mexican folk and contemporary dance. Calidanza intends to make dance accessible to both audiences and participants,” according to the dance company’s website, and their tribute to Mexico’s Dia de los Muertos will be a truly multi-faceted event, featuring live music from Orgullo Regional, a fashion show by Rory Castillo, a liquid light show by George Holden (whose work has been featured onstage with The Grateful Dead) and, of course, plenty of dancing. “The evening will include the 2013 Noche de Muertos, a modernistic piece commissioned by the San Francisco Symphony; as well a new choreography of a traditional dance entitled “La Viejada;” the famous Deer dance; and more,” the Crocker website promises. So what are you waiting for? Space is limited, so head over to Crockerartmuseum.org to make reservations. Tickets start at $12 for members. For more on Calidanza, check out Calidanza.org.