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Create Marigold Flowers to Celebrate the Day of the Dead

Create Marigold Flowers to Celebrate the Day of the Dead

Cempasuchil is the marigold's name in Mexico, where it is the iconic symbol of the Day of the Dead and is used as a centerpiece at the altars that families build. Families build these altars for their departed loved ones.

The Day of the Dead is celebrated in Mexico on November 1st and November 2nd. Family and friends gather together at this celebration to pray for loved ones who have died.

Create your marigold flower out of tissue paper to celebrate and commerorate the Day of the Dead! 

Date:
Wednesday, November 2, 2022
Time:
4:00pm - 5:00pm
Location:
Woodrow Wilson Meeting Room 1, Woodrow Wilson Meeting Room 2
Library Branch:
Woodrow Wilson Library
Categories:
Make/Create > Arts & Crafts
Audience:
  School Age Children  
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