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Art Museum Day of the Dead

Art Museum Day of the Dead

Day of the the Dead, the traditional Mexican holiday meant to remember and honor family and friends who have died, was celebrated at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art on Friday, 1 Nov., in conjunction with the La Luz Center. Altars were constructed containing photos, candles, flowers and the favorite foods and beverages of the deceased. Accompanying the altars, was a herd of cartoneria, Mexican paper sculptures, created by fifth-grade students at the El Verano School.

Art Museum Day of the Dead

Day of the the Dead, the traditional Mexican holiday meant to remember and honor family and friends who have died, was celebrated at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art on Friday, 1 Nov., in conjunction with the La Luz Center. Altars were constructed containing photos, candles, flowers and the favorite foods and beverages of the deceased. Accompanying the altars, was a herd of cartoneria, Mexican paper sculptures, created by fifth-grade students at the El Verano School.

Art Museum Day of the Dead

Day of the the Dead, the traditional Mexican holiday meant to remember and honor family and friends who have died, was celebrated at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art on Friday, 1 Nov., in conjunction with the La Luz Center. Altars were constructed containing photos, candles, flowers and the favorite foods and beverages of the deceased. Accompanying the altars, was a herd of cartoneria, Mexican paper sculptures, created by fifth-grade students at the El Verano School.

Art Museum Day of the Dead

Day of the the Dead, the traditional Mexican holiday meant to remember and honor family and friends who have died, was celebrated at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art on Friday, 1 Nov., in conjunction with the La Luz Center. Altars were constructed containing photos, candles, flowers and the favorite foods and beverages of the deceased. Accompanying the altars, was a herd of cartoneria, Mexican paper sculptures, created by fifth-grade students at the El Verano School.

Art Museum Day of the Dead

Day of the the Dead, the traditional Mexican holiday meant to remember and honor family and friends who have died, was celebrated at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art on Friday, 1 Nov., in conjunction with the La Luz Center. Altars were constructed containing photos, candles, flowers and the favorite foods and beverages of the deceased. Accompanying the altars, was a herd of cartoneria, Mexican paper sculptures, created by fifth-grade students at the El Verano School.

Art Museum Day of the Dead

Day of the the Dead, the traditional Mexican holiday meant to remember and honor family and friends who have died, was celebrated at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art on Friday, 1 Nov., in conjunction with the La Luz Center. Altars were constructed containing photos, candles, flowers and the favorite foods and beverages of the deceased. Accompanying the altars, was a herd of cartoneria, Mexican paper sculptures, created by fifth-grade students at the El Verano School.

Art Museum Day of the Dead

Day of the the Dead, the traditional Mexican holiday meant to remember and honor family and friends who have died, was celebrated at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art on Friday, 1 Nov., in conjunction with the La Luz Center. Altars were constructed containing photos, candles, flowers and the favorite foods and beverages of the deceased. Accompanying the altars, was a herd of cartoneria, Mexican paper sculptures, created by fifth-grade students at the El Verano School.

Art Museum Day of the Dead

Day of the the Dead, the traditional Mexican holiday meant to remember and honor family and friends who have died, was celebrated at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art on Friday, 1 Nov., in conjunction with the La Luz Center. Altars were constructed containing photos, candles, flowers and the favorite foods and beverages of the deceased. Accompanying the altars, was a herd of cartoneria, Mexican paper sculptures, created by fifth-grade students at the El Verano School.

Art Museum Day of the Dead

Day of the the Dead, the traditional Mexican holiday meant to remember and honor family and friends who have died, was celebrated at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art on Friday, 1 Nov., in conjunction with the La Luz Center. Altars were constructed containing photos, candles, flowers and the favorite foods and beverages of the deceased. Accompanying the altars, was a herd of cartoneria, Mexican paper sculptures, created by fifth-grade students at the El Verano School.

Art Museum Day of the Dead

Day of the the Dead, the traditional Mexican holiday meant to remember and honor family and friends who have died, was celebrated at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art on Friday, 1 Nov., in conjunction with the La Luz Center. Altars were constructed containing photos, candles, flowers and the favorite foods and beverages of the deceased. Accompanying the altars, was a herd of cartoneria, Mexican paper sculptures, created by fifth-grade students at the El Verano School.

Art Museum Day of the Dead

Day of the the Dead, the traditional Mexican holiday meant to remember and honor family and friends who have died, was celebrated at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art on Friday, 1 Nov., in conjunction with the La Luz Center. Altars were constructed containing photos, candles, flowers and the favorite foods and beverages of the deceased. Accompanying the altars, was a herd of cartoneria, Mexican paper sculptures, created by fifth-grade students at the El Verano School.

Art Museum Day of the Dead

Day of the the Dead, the traditional Mexican holiday meant to remember and honor family and friends who have died, was celebrated at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art on Friday, 1 Nov., in conjunction with the La Luz Center. Altars were constructed containing photos, candles, flowers and the favorite foods and beverages of the deceased. Accompanying the altars, was a herd of cartoneria, Mexican paper sculptures, created by fifth-grade students at the El Verano School.

Art Museum Day of the Dead

Day of the the Dead, the traditional Mexican holiday meant to remember and honor family and friends who have died, was celebrated at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art on Friday, 1 Nov., in conjunction with the La Luz Center. Altars were constructed containing photos, candles, flowers and the favorite foods and beverages of the deceased. Accompanying the altars, was a herd of cartoneria, Mexican paper sculptures, created by fifth-grade students at the El Verano School.

Art Museum Day of the Dead

Day of the the Dead, the traditional Mexican holiday meant to remember and honor family and friends who have died, was celebrated at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art on Friday, 1 Nov., in conjunction with the La Luz Center. Altars were constructed containing photos, candles, flowers and the favorite foods and beverages of the deceased. Accompanying the altars, was a herd of cartoneria, Mexican paper sculptures, created by fifth-grade students at the El Verano School.

Art Museum Day of the Dead

Day of the the Dead, the traditional Mexican holiday meant to remember and honor family and friends who have died, was celebrated at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art on Friday, 1 Nov., in conjunction with the La Luz Center. Altars were constructed containing photos, candles, flowers and the favorite foods and beverages of the deceased. Accompanying the altars, was a herd of cartoneria, Mexican paper sculptures, created by fifth-grade students at the El Verano School.

Art Museum Day of the Dead

Day of the the Dead, the traditional Mexican holiday meant to remember and honor family and friends who have died, was celebrated at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art on Friday, 1 Nov., in conjunction with the La Luz Center. Altars were constructed containing photos, candles, flowers and the favorite foods and beverages of the deceased. Accompanying the altars, was a herd of cartoneria, Mexican paper sculptures, created by fifth-grade students at the El Verano School.

Art Museum Day of the Dead

Day of the the Dead, the traditional Mexican holiday meant to remember and honor family and friends who have died, was celebrated at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art on Friday, 1 Nov., in conjunction with the La Luz Center. Altars were constructed containing photos, candles, flowers and the favorite foods and beverages of the deceased. Accompanying the altars, was a herd of cartoneria, Mexican paper sculptures, created by fifth-grade students at the El Verano School.

Art Museum Day of the Dead

Day of the the Dead, the traditional Mexican holiday meant to remember and honor family and friends who have died, was celebrated at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art on Friday, 1 Nov., in conjunction with the La Luz Center. Altars were constructed containing photos, candles, flowers and the favorite foods and beverages of the deceased. Accompanying the altars, was a herd of cartoneria, Mexican paper sculptures, created by fifth-grade students at the El Verano School.