Dallas, NC – The Gaston County Museum is hosting its second annual celebration of Día de Muertos virtually. Starting Saturday, October 31 through Monday, November 2 the museum’s website will host a dedicated page for the holiday.
Spotlighting arts, history, and Latinx culture, the Gaston County Museum has worked with a dedicated panel to provide a free and accessible resource for Día de Muertos 2020. This year you can virtually learn about the history Día de Muertos, enjoy videos of music and dancing, and even collect a new recipe for a delicious treat.
Visit gastoncountymuseum.org and follow the ‘Día de Muertos’ link under “Learn” to experience the multi-day festival in a brand new way.
The Gaston County Museum is located at 131 West Main Street, Dallas NC 28034. Currently, the museum is open to the public by reservation Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 10 am – 5 pm
Please visit our website gastoncountymuseum.org/visit to reserve your slot. Hours are subject to change due to local pandemic guidelines.