is the grass any bluer...

is the grass any bluer...
on the other side?

Monday, November 1, 2010

Day of the Dead Festival begins Today at 5pm

Join this annal event that features traditional music by Jose Rivera, dancing, food and hands-on crafts, as well as an exhibition of altars created by Latino and non-Latino artists and displayed in the Old Episcopal Burying Ground. 


The Living Arts & Science Center also features an art exhibit of a Mexican mask collection and new art by local Latino artists. 

A candlelight parade takes place at dusk from the Living Arts & Science Center to the cemetery for the altar display.

The Bluegrass Youth Ballet will also present an excerpt from their ballet, Alabrijes: The Dream that Became Art, which focuses on a Mexican artist whose fanciful artform is still practiced in Mexico today.,

A donation of $2.00 for the event is suggested. Traditional food will be available for purchase.


Starts at 5:00 and ends at 9:00 at the Living Arts & Science Center on Martin-Luther King Boulevard

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