Museum goes to Mexico

Warm up for a late fall day with a lively and colourful celebration of Mexican culture at the Surrey Museum on Nov. 26

Ole! Warm up for a late fall day with a lively and colourful celebration of Mexican culture at the Surrey Museum on Nov. 26 from 1-3 p.m.

Enjoy traditional dances by Mexico Vivo and live music by Mariachi Vargas. Learn to make papel picado to decorate your home the Mexican way.

Make a simple piñata and try other Latin American crafts. For all ages. Admission by donation.

Also, you can sing up for “Armchair Travellers: Mexican Days of the Dead” from 3-4 p.m.

Join a local travel expert to marvel at photos of Mexico’s fascinating Day of the Dead festival in Michoacan province.

See what Mexico offers beyond the beaches and resorts.

Pre-registration for the talk is recommended. Call 604-592-6956.

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