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 After careful consideration for the safety of our staff and guests, the Center’s building is remaining closed to visitors until it is safe. However, we have lots of activities and virtual fun for you to check out! We hope to welcome you in the building again soon, but until then, scroll down for our activities and virtual opportunities below!

VIRTUAL DAY OF THE DEAD FESTIVAL

FESTIVAL DEL DIA DE LOS MUERTOS

OCTOBER 5 – NOVEMBER 6

PHOTO BY DAVID ORTIZ

Click here to view the Day of the Dead Online Exhibition

The Day of the Dead Festival is a true community event bringing together individuals, groups, students, and teachers from the Latino and non-Latino communities. Join the virtual celebration and experience the rich traditions of this holiday that is celebrated in Mexico and parts of Central and South America. Due to the pandemic and for the safety of friends and neighbors, we will be celebrating with a virtual exhibition, the public outdoor viewing of ofrendas displayed inside our Glo Gallery, virtual storytelling and more!

Want to participate?

The LASC is doing something very different as opposed to hosting its on-site ofrenda/altar installations at the Old Episcopal Burying Ground during its annual Day of the Dead Festival…

This year, YOU can create an ofrenda for Day of the Dead at home, photograph it, and send your image to be posted on the LASC’s Virtual Ofrendas/Altars for Day of the Dead.

Create an ofrenda/altar for a departed family member, friend, or historical figure. Learn more here: Virtual Ofrenda Altar Project

Want more interesting resources?  Check these out!

Click here for awesome Day of the Dead Videos!

 FREE VIRTUAL OFFERINGS!

See a full list of virtual outreaches and field trip opportunities and bring the Living Arts & Science Center to your classroom!

Check out these links!

Join us on YouTube for The Living Think – science and art videos for everyone!

Also enjoy free resources with each video!

Free, Virtual Pre-K Art Day every Tuesday at 10 am on our Facebook page!

Thank You!

As a nonprofit organization, the Living Arts and Science Center relies on generous contributions from individuals, corporations, foundations, and public agencies to support our many educational programs. Gifts are welcomed year-round, and are tax deductible as allowed by law.Through your involvement and support, the Living Arts & Science Center makes our community immeasurably better.

Contact us about corporate sponsorship, event sponsorship and planned giving.

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