PHOTOS:Scenes From Dia de los Muertos Celebration


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We dropped by the Dia de los Muertos celebration going on at the Burien Community Center Saturday and took these photos:

This altar was created by Spanish II students at Highlines Global Connections High School (formerly Tyee).

This altar was created by Spanish II students at Highline's Global Connections High School (formerly Tyee).

The altar is aimed at African children who died in conflict.

The altar is aimed at African children who died in conflict.

Youll see sugar skulls at many altars, as an offering/treat to tempt the dead to come back for a visit.

You'll see sugar skulls at many altars, as an offering/treat to tempt the dead to come back for a visit.

The exhibit/celebration continues Sunday from 10am-6pm, there’s no charge and everyone’s invited to come make or add to an “offrenda” or offering to the dearly departed.

The Burien Community Center is located at 425 SW 144th Street in Burien.

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