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Lincoln HS students support Day of the Dead festival

Lincoln High School students in Jane Eacker’s art class created an 8’ altar art piece for the Dia de los Muertos festival at the Gesa Power House Theatre - October 25 & 26.  Lincoln’s Jeremy Gradwohl helped coordinate the activity. Lincoln High School students will also perform the famous death scenes from some of Shakespeare’s most iconic works, narrated in English and Spanish.

The fun starts with a kick-off party Friday from 6:30-9:30 p.m. - Bonfire, food vendors, and a special performance by Ballet Folklorico!

Saturday - Festival begins at 11 a.m!

Free Kids’ Activities include:

- Face painting

- Sugar Skull Decoration

- Mask Decorating

Whitman College Art Department Steamroller Print Project – 1 to 5 p.m.

Giant relief prints are created using a steamroller as a printing press! A community activity table will be set up for adults and children to carve their own mini-relief blocks, which can be printed on t-shirts using the steamroller.

Pageant of the Dead - FREE 30 minute performances at 1:30, 2:30 and 3:30 p.m.

Lincoln High School students will perform the famous death scenes from some of Shakespeare’s most iconic works, narrated in English and Spanish. Lincoln High School students also created an 8’ altar art piece for the event.

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