The Watsonville Public Library is holding its 4th Annual Día de Los Muertos Family Celebration during the month    of October 2015.

Día de Los Muertos/ Day of the Dead is a traditional Mexican celebration of life and death—a festive and joyous time of remembrance and celebration in honor of the dead. Please come and celebrate with us!   We will be making sugar skulls and building altars on the days below.


Día de los Muertos Family Crafts

Enjoy a special dance performance by the White Hawk Indian Council. Then decorate sugar skulls, make crafts and create a miniature altar.

Thursday, October 22nd, 6-8:00pm
Civic Plaza Community Room 4th Floor


 Día de los Muertos Family Crafts

Come make decorate sugar skulls, crafts and create a miniature altar.

Saturday, October 24th, 1:30-3:30pm
Freedom Branch Library


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