3 to See: Glass Pumpkins, a Virtual Dance Show, and Honoring Día De Los Muertos

Beaded Bats, Spiders, and Pumpkins

On Saturday, Oct. 31, the education studio at Tacoma’s Museum of Glass will help families craft beaded spiders and bat silhouettes. Visitors also can stop by the museum’s MOG Cafe to check out unique glass pumpkins blown by local artists. The pumpkins are for sale and will be on display over the whole weekend. See specifics on the museum’s calendar of events here.

Día De Los Muertos Crafts

Día de los Muertos is a Mexican holiday remembering family and friends who have died on the days after Halloween. The Outlet Collection will honor the holiday with community ofrendas (altars), decorations, and a craft bag for kids. Stop by on Monday, Nov. 2 to pick up Day of the Dead craft supplies for the Day of the Dead. More details can be found here.

Virtual Dance Show

Devils Night In: A Halloween Dance Show is a free livestream seeking to help you celebrate the night before Halloween. Alma Mater and Tacoma Dance Studios will present the show on Alma Mater’s YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram pages. Visit Eventbrite for details and to register for a day-of reminder. 

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