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Arte y Herencia en Día de los Muertos de Dalton

A girl in costume at a past Día de los Muertos at Creative Arts Guild in Dalton.
Creative Arts Guild
A girl in costume at a past Día de los Muertos at Creative Arts Guild in Dalton.

Día de los Muertos - or Day of the Dead - is a Latin American tradition, observed mostly in Mexico, that honors the dead with festivals and celebrations.

Each year, it falls on November 1st and 2nd - but Creative Arts Guild in Dalton will celebrate early, on Friday starting at 6 PM.

Sarah Murry is with the Guild.

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