SOULS OF THE CITY / Dia De Los Muertos

Dia De Los Muertos
Oct.1st-Nov.3rd 2012

We invite you to celebrate Dia de Los Muertos through a variety of free
community workshops art installations and events in Old Sacramento.

Curated by Sol Collective. Art Maps available at the Sacramento History Museum. (101 Ist. Old Sacramento)
For More Information:
For More Information:
www.solcollective.orgOCT. 6: Papel Picado & Paper Flowers 11am-2pm
Come create your own Dia De Los Muertos papel picado
and colorful flowers. Papel Picado (cut-paper bannners)
and paper flowers are used for a variety of Mexican
celebrations including Day of the Dead. 101 Ist. Old Sac.OCT. 13: Calavera Masks & Piñatas 11am-2pm
Learn to make traditional paper mache projects
including skull masks and Dia De Los Muertos pinatas!
101 Ist.Old Sac.

OCT. 20: Decorate Frames & Candles 11am-2pm
Personalize your own Dia De Los Muertos picture frame
and altar candles. Picture frames and candles are an
essential part of Dia De Los Muertos altars used to
remeber and honor those who have passed. 101 Ist. Old Sac.

OCT. 27: Sol Collective Pop-Up
Visit our booth at La Raza Galeria Posada’s 3rd Annual
Panteon De Sacramento. 2020 J street.
11am-11pm. For more info

OCT. 25: Honoring Our Past 6:00-8:00 pm
Join us at the Sacramento History Museum to
honor community leaders Jose Montoya & Angelberta Cobb
for their role in preserving the Dia De Los Muertos
tradition locally.

Kalpulli Maquilli Tonatiuh & Azteca dancers from
throughout California and Mexico invite you to a traditional
Velacion (song & music) ceremony & large scale community
altar installation (special Guests Ameyaltzin Fuentes Nava
& Abraham Endoqui). Old Sacramento.
Friday, Nov. 2nd
Traditional Altar & Velacion (song & muisc) Ceremony
8pm -12am (River Platform) Old Sac.

Saturday, Nov. 3rd Procession & Danza Azteca
• Calavera face painting & family activities
• Pop up photo booth
• Traditional music
Traditional Procession through Old Sacramento
& Azteca Dance. 


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  1. Pingback: Community-builders Jose and Linda Garcia Devote Themselves to a Life Promoting Latino Art, Culture, History « Leo Adam Biga's Blog

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