Día de los Muertos

By FPL_Yvette

It’s spooky season, time to buy cute fall décor! You can never have too many pumpkins, am I right?! Have you noticed more and more sugar skull items each year? 

Recently I’ve even seen Day of the Dead designs blending with Halloween designs. Halloween and Day of the Dead are NOT the same. Day of the Dead is on November 1 and 2. It is a holiday to celebrate and remember loved ones who have passed.  

Día de los Muertos Family Event 

Want to celebrate Day of the Dead with the whole family? Join the library on Saturday, October 22 from 1:00-4:00pm. We’ll have face painting, crafts, temporary tattoos, and more, opens a new window

Before you head to our celebration, enjoy these fun at-home activities. 

Pan de Muerto, opens a new window

DIY Papel Picado, opens a new window

What is the Day of the Dead?, opens a new window
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