“Day of the Dead” observed at Lynnwood city hall

Celebrating "The Day of the Dead” (Dia de los Muertos)? So is the City of Lynnwood if its inclusion of this artful exhibition is any indication.  The  Day of the Dead is a Mexican and Mexican-American holiday honoring dead ancestors and occurs on November 1 and November 2. The commemorative art exhibit is on view through Friday, November 4 at Lynnwood's City Hall, 19100 44th Ave. W, and is sponsored by the City of Lynnwood, the Lynnwood Arts Commission and WA-GRO Foundation, based in Lynnwood.  WA-GRO Foundation is a non-profit organization providing educational, health, humanitarian and organizational assistance to the Latino community in the United States and Mexico.
Celebrating “The Day of the Dead” (Dia de los Muertos)?
So is the City of Lynnwood if its inclusion of this artful exhibition is any indication.
The Day of the Dead is a Mexican and Mexican-American holiday honoring dead ancestors and occurs on November 1 and November 2.
The commemorative art exhibit is on view through Friday, November 4 at Lynnwood’s City Hall, 19100 44th Ave. W, and is sponsored by the City of Lynnwood, the Lynnwood Arts Commission and WA-GRO Foundation, based in Lynnwood.
WA-GRO Foundation is a non-profit organization providing educational, health, humanitarian and organizational assistance to the Latino community in the United States and Mexico.

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