The skull is a traditional part of the ofrenda/altar in the Dia de los Muertos celebrations. The skulls are made of sugar to represent the sweet remembrance of loved ones and are brightly colored with various decorations. We will be making a paper plate skull mask. Join us in learning about the significance of the skull in the Day of the Dead Celebrations and make your own skull mask, at all branches 1pm to 5pm 

BiblioTech South - Tuesday, Nov. 2nd

BiblioTech West - Wednesday, Nov. 3rd

BiblioTech East - Thursday, Nov. 4th

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