Day of the Dead
Day of the Dead is a holiday that is celebrated in Mexico and other parts of Latin America on November 1 and 2. It serves to celebrate the lives of loved ones who have passed on. Sugar Skulls are made to decorate the ofrendas, or alters that are creatively designed and decorated as a kind gesture to honor the deceased.
We are excited to present the following workshops celebrating the Day of the Dead. Patricia Perez is teaching the workshops.
Register online below or in person at Eugene Field Park fieldhouse on Saturday, October 19, 9am-11am.
Day of the Dead Jewelry Workshop
Friday, October 25, 6-8p
During this workshop, participants will learn about the history of Day of the Dead and how to make and design their own Day of the Dead jewelry sets that include one (1) pair of earrings, one (1) necklace and one (1) bracelet. There will be a variation of beads to choose from that reflect Day of the Dead themes. Participants will also enjoy Traditional Day of the Dead treats such as Champurrado (a chocolate based drink) and Pan de Muerto (a sweet bread roll).
Ages 9 and Up. Female only. The cost is $20 per person.
Day of the Dead Sugar Skull Workshop
Saturday, October 26, 12-2p
During this workshop, participants will learn about the history of Day of the Dead, learn to make sugar skulls from scratch and enjoy some traditional Day of the Dead treats such as Champurrado (a chocolate based drink) and Pan de Muerto (a sweet bread roll).
Ages 6 and Up. (Ages 6-9 must have parent present during the workshop). A maximum of two people can work on one skull. The cost is $20 per skull.