APPLETON - Families explored the traditions of an upcoming Mexican holiday in Appleton Saturday.
The History Museum at the Castle offered Day of the Dead activities.
The holiday, known as "Dia de Los Muertos" in Spanish, is celebrated each year on November first and second.
Children explored what it's all about with sugar skull decorating and other activities.
There was even one to honor their ancestors.
"Just to introduce them to a different culture in a way that another culture sees remembrance and the celebration of life," said program coordinator Nancy Corona.
The Museum offered the special program in partnership with the Children's Department at the Appleton Public Library.
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