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Tieton Dia de Los Muertos Community Celebration

10/31/2021 - 11/21/2021

Event submitted by: Mighty Tieton Events

Location: Tieton

608 Wisconsin Rd, Tieton, WA 98947

Celebration 12 - 4pm Gallery hours Fridays 12 - 3pm Saturdays/Sundays 11am - 3pm

Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a vibrant community celebration honoring both los muertos and the beauty of life. Day of the Dead celebrations began in Central America, and have roots in indigenous and Catholic traditions. Sweet sugar skulls, bright colors, and bitter-smelling czempazuchitl (calendula, or marigold) flowers evoke vibrant, ephemeral life and bitter, inevitable death–embracing both.

Each year Tieton Arts & Humanities creates one huge community altar for everyone to add to. Visitors can bring photos of loved ones, write messages, help paint, and bring candies or breads. This provides a special opportunity to remember the special people in our lives that are no longer with us.

This celebration features arts and crafts activities, sand painting by Seattle-based Oaxacan artist Fulgencio Lazo, face painting, sugar skull decorating and more!

https://www.mightytieton.com/

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Celebration 12 - 4pm Gallery hours Fridays 12 - 3pm Saturdays/Sundays 11am - 3pm

Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a vibrant community celebration honoring both los muertos and the beauty of life. Day of the Dead celebrations began in Central America, and have roots in indigenous and Catholic traditions. Sweet sugar skulls, bright colors, and bitter-smelling czempazuchitl (calendula, or marigold) flowers evoke vibrant, ephemeral life and bitter, inevitable death–embracing both.

Each year Tieton Arts & Humanities creates one huge community altar for everyone to add to. Visitors can bring photos of loved ones, write messages, help paint, and bring candies or breads. This provides a special opportunity to remember the special people in our lives that are no longer with us.

This celebration features arts and crafts activities, sand painting by Seattle-based Oaxacan artist Fulgencio Lazo, face painting, sugar skull decorating and more!

https://www.mightytieton.com/

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