“Sugar” Skull Project

October 30th, 2014 Comments Off on “Sugar” Skull Project

Create your own Sugar Skull Mask to celebrate Dia del los Muertos (Day of the Dead) at Oddyssea in Half Moon Bay.

Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead for those of you who might be Spanish language challenged 😉 is coming on November 1 and we thought a good way to get into the spirit (pun intended) would be to create your very own “Sugar” Skull – it’s not sugar, it’s paper.

This weekend we’re featuring the Sugar Skull project where you will be able to decorate a pint-sized skull to show your celebration of our ancestors. We’ll have different paints, pens, feathers, and accoutrements that will enable you to create your very own masterpiece. You can use that at your Day of the Dead celebration. We’ll also have supplies for you to create your own paper flowers to create your own altar to honor the dead.

Of course, the Oddyssea Outside Garden will be open (weather permitting) Friday October 31 through Monday November 3rd from 10a-Dusk with our standard set of activities including: Electric Bicycle & Metal Detector Rental, Mining Flume, Trina’s Sweet Shoppe, Break your own Geode, Terrarium Buffet – standard and Abalone Sea Terrarium, Mason Jar Lantern, Steam Punkin (the last week for this one!,) Message in a Bottle, and Sand Art. We hope to see you this weekend!

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