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Virtual Day of the Dead Celebration

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Live-streamed to Facebook, LongmontPublicMedia.org, and Local Comcast Channel 8/880.
We won’t be able to gather together for our usual downtown festival due to COVID-19, but you can celebrate Day of the Dead from home with all of the performances you love live-streamed right to your computer, tablet, or phone. Performers include Las Dahlias singing Mexican trio, Grupo Folklorico Mexico Lindo dance, mariachi, poetry by bicultural community leader Laura Soto, and much more!

To help you get your Día de Muertos celebration started at home, the Longmont Museum is offering free custom supply kits for curbside pickup. Keep your eyes peeled for signup information, kit details, and our pickup party day in early October.

Our authentic and thoughtful weekly web content will prepare you and your family to create your own Día de los Muertos celebration at home. Every week in October, you can visit Longmont’s Day of the Dead website for newly released thematic content highlighting the origins and traditions that make Day of the Dead a meaningful holiday. LongmontDayoftheDead.com (English) or LongmontDiadelosMuertos.com (Spanish).

Learn more at www.longmontmuseum.org or call 303-651-8374.

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