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ASP & Grand Finale

Mark your calendars! The 20th Annual All Souls Procession is on Sunday, November 8, 2009. View the Route Map & Rough Guide here…

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Mask Making Workshops

Tucson Puppet Works hosts FREE weekly workshops on Mask and Puppet-Making in preparation for the Parade. Participants are welcome to make a mask, big-head puppet, or human-powered float. No experience is required. Wear clothes that can get dirty. Kids 14 and younger must be accompanied by an adult.

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Procession of Little Angels

Little Angels is a family-friendly event acknowledging and celebrating deceased loved ones from the perspective of the child. Children participate in art activities such as wing-making and decorating, face painting, sugar skull decorating, story telling, and theater. The public is invited to bring photos and drawings of their children’s deceased loved ones: pets, family and friends. We will scan them on site and project them large on the library wall. Bring a candle in a container to illuminate the children’s procession as the sun sets.

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All Souls International Film Festival 7

The All Souls International Film Festival is now accepting submissions for its 2009 Program. MARK YOUR CALENDARS: October 29th, 2009 at the Loft Cinema. The week BEFORE the All Souls Procession Weekend.

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Carnaval de Tucson

February 21 the second annual Tucson Carnaval celebration will be held in Downtown Tucson’s Armory Park, 220 S. 5th Avenue, from 11:00am to 5:00pm. The event will feature a parade at noon and live entertainment, crafts, local food vendors, and family-friendly events in the park and at the Tucson Children’s Museum. Admission to all events and to the Museum will be free.

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Valentine’s Cabaret / Fundraiser

Flam Chen creates an evening of whimsy and delight to celebrate the love of your life. Celebrate Valentines day with a treat from Many Mouths One Stomach and also help us complete our remaining financial obligation to the magnanimous All Souls Procession Weekend.

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Remembering Dinner

Remembering Dinner is the latest project of the ASP Weekend, in which participants contribute treasured recipes from their ancestors and dear friends who have past on.

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HELP Your Procession!

The Procession is still in debt $8,500- $5,000 of which pays for Tucson Police Department. Due to the increasing size of the Procession, a working relationship between TPD and MMOS was established in 2006. We have since been pursuing ways to better manage the infrastructure of the Procession Weekend, and for it to grow in the healthiest way possible…

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