Dia de Muertos with the International Folk Art Museum

Dia de Muertos with the International Folk Art Museum

Día de Muertos/Day of the Dead» is rooted in both indigenous Mexican and Catholic religious beliefs. These traditions center on honoring and celebrating the Dead. In the last few decades celebrations of Day of the Dead have increased in popularity throughout the U.S. coming and going by Catalina Delgado TrunkThe resulting, often humorous view of death as part of the life cycle provides and opportunity for families to gather and remember their loved ones.

 

 

Join in the fun at The International Folk Art Museum at Museum Hill in Santa Fe!

 

Sunday, October 27, 2013
1 – 4 PM
Day of the Dead/Día de Muertos» 
For all ages!
Decorate sugar skulls, make muertos nichos (memory boxes), sample Pan de Muerto, (Sweet bread), enjoy live music and more!

 

For more information on Dias de Muertos (Day of the Dead) click here.