|Matsay the Museum Coyote dressed as Little Red Riding Hood to give out candy|
|What's better than game pieces you can eat?|
corn. What's more fun than being able to eat your game pieces?
Foam crafts: The kids were able to put together foam Halloween decorations like pumpkins, ghosts, and frogs, then decorate their costumes, bags or other crafts!
|Mason Jars with volunteers|
|Making a clay spider|
Clay: The art of getting your hands dirty! Everyone enjoyed using their creative skills to sculpt skulls and other figures and, after their masterpieces dried a bit they got to add paint.
|Stringing acorns for necklace|
Dia de los Muertos workshop: Bob Diaz, from El Centro Sears, once again came out to do a wonderful workshop exploring the tradition of Dia de los Muertos. Kids and adults both discovered more about a holiday they thought they already knew, and made colorful masks for their loved ones.
We had over 76 people come out on Sunday- many in costume!- for our event. The reason we are able to host these events is thanks to the help and support of our board members, volunteers, and enthusiastic visitors. We hope to see you all out again for next year's event! A big thanks to all of you who made this event possible!
Next time you stop by the museum, don't be afraid to challenge me to a game of Shaahuk. regardless of what anyone else tells you, I still consider myself the reigning champ!