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Día de los Muertos and a Celebration of Latinx Culture

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Visit the Missouri History Museum in Forest Park to celebrate Día de los Muertos!
Celebrate Día de los Muertos Enjoy altars from a variety of Latin American cultures, live music and dance, art displays, food and drink, a procession through Forest Park, and more. Family zones offer face- or arm-painting for kids, arts and crafts, storytelling in Spanish, and other fun activities. Presented in collaboration with Hispanic Festival Inc, Mexicanos En St. Louis, STL Juntos, Latinx Arts Network and Juntos We Read.

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