Sugar Skull Decorating Workshop

· Sonoma County Museum
· Saturday, October 13, 2012
· 2:00pm-4:00pm

Sugar Skulls play an important part of Day of the Dead activities. They are a sweet and charming gift of appreciation for the living and for those who have passed on. In modern times, sugar skulls adorn more than just altars; the charm and significance of sugar skulls has greatly influenced both tattoo art and current fashion.

Come learn all about the sugar skull making process and create your very own sugar skull art! This workshop, led by San Francisco artist Michele Simons, is a great opportunity for families, teachers and anyone else interested in a fun, artistic way to get into the spirit of Day of the Dead. All materials (traditional and not-so-traditional) are provided.

All children under 17 should be accompanied by a participating adult. Adults without children are welcome to attend, as well.

Space is limited, advance registration is required.

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