Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Day of the Dead Community Event 2018

Day of the Dead Community Event 2018
Honoring Mother Earth "Lift her Up"

We would like to thank our sponsor!

Sierra Club
"Modelo"
Damas Latinas
LA MEGA/Jornada Latina
CAPA
OSU Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Create Happy Moments
Sol y Luna Hair Salon
La Plaza Tapatia
Global Gifts 
Belle Harbour
Luis Gil Agency
Canal Hispano
Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Thank you for your support!! to  The Day of the Dead Community Event 

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Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Day of the Dead Community Event 2018

PROGRAM





El Dia de los Muertos with Columbus Museum of Art

In preparation for our Day of the Dead Community Event. Discover folk art and tradition
Discover folk art and tradition connected to the Mexican holiday "El Dia de los Muertos" with CMA adjunct curator for folk art Michael Hall and Leticia Vazquez-Smith from the Latino Arts for Humanity. Learn about symbols of memory, mourning, and celebration from this holiday. Cost of this program is $20 for nonmembers (includes general admission) and $5 for members.
Columbus Museum of Art
Wednesday October 3rd, 2018
2:00-3:00 PM

Day of the Dead Community Event= El dia de los Muertos Evento Comunitario

PROGRAMA 2018




Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Day of the Dead Community Event 2018

In preparation for Dia de los Muertos, let's review:





Offrenda – home altars, to honor loved ones who have died. Decorations may include incense, candles, gifts, bright flowers and decorations, pictures of saints, and photographs and offerings of the decease’s favorite food and drink.

Calacas - skeletons made of paper mâché, clay, wood or paper depicting dead loved ones doing every day tasks such as riding a bike or getting married.

Flor del Muerto – Flower of the Dead. The traditional flower of Day of the Dead is the Marigold , which is spread on paths and used to decorate altars and the cemetery. The pleasant aromas of foods, copal incense, and marigolds help attract and guide the souls home.

Calavera - Literally means “skull” in Spanish, but it is also used to refer to a lot of things relating to the dead: songs, poems, drawings, candy skulls, and more.

Thursday, September 13, 2018

Day of the Dead Community Event 2018

Get Ready for the "Catrina Custom Contest" 
October 20th 2018
Contest stars at 4:00pm!  be there 30 mn earlier to sign up!
First prize is $100.00