We had so much in store across our Facebook pages, our YouTube channel and website. There were unique crafts to get stuck into like sugar skull masks, cookie decorations and skull lanterns. We also had a history of Dia de los Muertos, a special Mexican dance workshop with Hayley Earnam, an ofrenda storytelling workshop with artistic director Andrea Cabrera Luna, a short animated film and face-painting with Mary from Face This Way!
The spectacular Disney Pixar film Coco was also playing at 11am in Carnegie Hall on Saturday 31 October for all the family to enjoy. You could book knowing that your safety was paramount with limited seats available and all other possible safety measures in place.
Check out exactly what was arriving for ONFife’s Dia de los Muertos celebrations on Saturday 31st October and Sunday 1st November 2020 in our video below. You can also enjoy the storytelling, arts and crafts videos and Bookbugs which are already available on our YouTube channel.
We also have an sinister selection for the adults available on our Paranormal Activity page.