Dia de Oakwood- Free screening of Disney’s Coco
October 29 @ 4:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Dia de Oakwood, was born as a collaboration between the organizers of the Day of the Dead 5k; Angela Salamanca, Natalia Campbell, the Oakwood Cemetery director, Robin Simonton, and Artist Peter Marin. The intention with this event is to create an installation piece that celebrates all the traditional aspects of the Day of the Dead holiday, as well as create a new space for kids and the community to contribute. This celebration will take place at the Historic Oakwood Cemetery over a few days, with several activities open to the public.
We will be screening Coco on the lawn for free. Families are welcome to join and enjoy the movie, and tour the installation. There will also be a few local food trucks on site.
Activities for the whole family!
4:30-8:30 – Instalación de Ofrendas Abierta al Público, Ofrendas open to public
5:00-5:25 – Baile Folclorico Vicky, Dance performance by Baile Folclorico Vicky
5:30- 6:30 – Alma Latina y Trio Títeres Huastecos, Dance and musical performance by Alma Latina y Trio Títeres Huastecos
6:30-8:30 – Película Coco al aire libre. GRATIS! Se recomienda silla o cobija para sentarse, Free outdoor screening of Coco. Bring a chair or a blanket to sit on
4:30-8:00 – Vendedores de Comida, Food vendors
4:30-6:30 – Pintura de caras de calavera gratis, Free sugar skull painting for anyone
4:30-8:30 – Actividades artísticas y educativas de organizaciones asociadas, Partner activity and information booths