A few more words on the celebratory life from Batucaxe’s Cliff Berrien and Yarrow King.
by Jhon Sanders
A brief look into the history and traditions of Carnival celebration around the world
Matt Cotten and Angela Walker from Tucson Puppet Works hosting a kids mask-making workshop at the Tucson Children’s Museum for the upcoming Carnaval; Saturday, February 21st at Armory Park.
by Molly Ross
I am sitting behind a tree, half in and half out of a giant Paul Bunyan puppet…..
By Paul Weir
Greetings, friends! As we enter the 20th year of the All Souls Procession, we would like to respond to your inquiries and share with you how much the Procession costs and how it all happens. First off, please know that we are and have always been a transparent organization-as well with the official non-profit status that we attained in July of 2006, we are also IRS compliant.
“What would you like to see happening in and around Tucson that could help to create stronger community bonds, a greater sense of investment in what goes on locally, and more participation in that process?”
by Bear Fullerton
Dani and I met for the first time last October, just before All Souls Procession at a Halloween Party….
by Krishna Bright Now is the time to get involved with the All Souls Procession Weekend activities. With the Procession on the horizon, falling on November 9 this year, we at Many Mouths One Stomach and in the community are gearing up with the various events, workshops and gatherings in preparation for the Procession….