Sep 27

Sugar Skull Decorations

Date: September 27, 2023 Time: 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM North Hall

Join us as we celebrate the Day of the Dead (Dia De Los Muertos)! Learn about sugar skulls and why they play a vital role in the celebration. You'll also have the opportunity to paint your very own. Popcorn and sugar cookies will be provided. Come with a sweet tooth and an appetite for fun!

What is the Day of the Dead? The Day of the Dead (Día de los Muertos) is a beautiful Mexican holiday that honors and celebrates the lives of departed loved ones. It's a time to remember and cherish their memory, a true fusion of indigenous traditions and Catholicism, filled with colorful festivities.

🍭 Sugar Skulls: Symbol of Celebration 🍭 At the heart of this celebration are the iconic sugar skulls. These sweet treats, adorned with colorful icing and intricate designs, are created to honor the deceased. They serve as a joyful and artistic tribute, symbolizing the spirit of the departed and the cycle of life and death.

🎨 Join Our Workshop  In our "Sugar Skull Painting Workshop," you will have the opportunity to:

  1. Learn the history and significance of sugar skulls in Mexican culture.
  2. Get creative and paint your very own sugar skull.
  3. Discover the symbolism behind the colors and patterns used in sugar skull design.
  4. Connect with fellow participants and share stories about your own loved ones.