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Day of the Dead is almost here and one of its most beloved symbols is the sugar skull. The roots of Dia de los Muertos go back some 3,000 years. This Mexican holiday, observed Nov. 1-2, is a joyful celebration of the lives of family and friends who have passed away. Each sugar skull represents a departed loved one and is usually placed on an altar — an ofrenda — or even a gravestone as an offering to the spirit of the dead.

Come celebrate at Loco and decorate your very own skull to take home and display!

$35 Ticket Includes:

  • 1 Ceramic skull with all paint, paint brushes and supplies included (with design/art guidance from Jenna Wells of J Lenore Designs
  • 1 Drink ticket
  • Family-style appetizers