2017.11.04 - 2017.11.04
For children from the age of 3, accompanied with an adult.
Glitter, flowers and colorful skulls!
Dia de muertos - day of the dead, is a religious feast celebrated every fall in Mexico. The cities arrange carnivals. Skulls made of cardboard or other materials are embellished with paint and patterns.
This particular day we will create face masks or skull paintings in Verkstan (the workshop). Paint, glitter and decorate!
Another tradition, common in many religions, is to light a candle for those who aren’t with us. This day you can write a note on our light wall to commemorate someone you miss.
Drop in: between 12 and 4.30 pm.
For: children from the age of 3, accompanied with an adult.
We’d like to meet everyone’s needs and every visitor should be able to participate whatever the condition.
Can we assist you or your family, if need be, for you to participate? Contact us beforehand or talk to the staff onsite.