Celebrate Diá de los Muertos in Easthampton

Dia de Los Muertos

In honor of the Mexican Day of the Dead, or Diá de los Muertos, community members can meet at Brookside Cemetery (Williston Avenue) on Sunday, November 1, 6pm in Easthampton. Dancers and musicians will lead a vigil through Easthampton and perform a reimagined folk dance. Learn about this Mexican holiday and folk tradition at this community-based event.

Interested in learning more about Day of the Dead  (Diá de los Muertos)? Check out our post, “El Diá de los Muertos (Video & Resources“) to learn about this Mexican celebration. This post is from our archives and includes a short education video, traditional foods, curriculum & activities, history & photos, suggested titles and web reviews.

We also have a terrific DIY tutorial on how to make your own Mexican sugar skulls in our archives.  Learn how to make this traditional Mexican Day of the Dead culinary art in our post, “DIY: Mexican Sugar Skulls.

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