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Super Sabado: Día de los Muertos


October 19, 2019 @ 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

El Museo Del Barrio

1230 Fifth Avenue Upper East Side
New York    + Google Map


Suggested Ages: All Ages, Adult Friendly

Celebrate Mexico’s beloved 3,000 year-old tradition commemorating friends and relatives who have passed away with a procession led by Danza Azteca Chichimeca x Las Calaveras Callejeras and Trio Jarocho Canto Veracruz, a community altar by multidisciplinary artist Cievel Xicohtencatl in collaboration with LSA Family Health Service, an art-making workshop, face painting and a special concert by Sound & Soul.

Families with children on the autism spectrum to explore El Museo at 11 am before the galleries opensto the public. Educators will guide sensory friendly activities and an art making workshop.

Coquí Club

On the first Wednesday & Saturday of each month, learn, play, explore, and grow at El Museo’s bilingual program for ages 1-4. Discover new ways of interacting with art and each other with play time, storytelling, museum walks and art making. One of my daughter’s favorites. No reservations, first come…

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