What is Day of the Dead?
Every year, on November 1st and 2nd, something unique takes place in many areas of Mexico: Day of the Dead festivities. While it's strange for most of us to accept the fact that "death" and "festivities" can go hand-in-hand, for the Mexicans, the two are intricately entwined. This all stems from the ancient indigenous peoples of Mexico (Purepecha, Nahua, Totonac and Otomí) who believed that the souls of the dead return each year to visit with their living relatives - to eat, drink and be merry. Just like they did when they were living.
State Official Day of the Dead Celebration
You are cordially invited to attend the 18th Annual Day of the Dead celebration! Hosted by Una Mano Amiga and Victor's Tires, an afternoon full of fun for the whole family, friends, and neighbors!
Come participate by learning how to make Cempazuchitl flowers, sugar skull decorations, face painting, and Day of the Dead themed writing workshops!
When: November 4th, 2017
Sorenson Unity Center
1383 South 900 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84104
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