Explore the rich history and traditions that surround the ancient ritual of Dia De Los Muertos - The Day of the Dead. This holiday celebration is a combination of pre-Hispanic customs and Christian devotions that come to life each year in Hispanic cultures throughout the world. Learn about the symbolic skeletons, offrendas, flowers and art while preparing and sampling traditional dishes of this uniquely beautiful and spiritual celebration of life and death. Make simple papel picado-cut paper, sugar skulls and pan del muerto as we prepare traditional foods to sample and place on our offrenda at home. A $30 materials fee is payable to instructor. Registration fee covers both adult and child.