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2014 11/1 & 11/2 Day of the Dead Celebrations (Bright Side) – Taoyuan & ChingChuan Area

We welcome everyone to join us for on the first weekend of November so we can learn more about the Mexican Day of the Dead celebration。 Not only will we celebrate this blessed holiday through fun art activities but also learn about plants and life. We need those with an artistic thumb, green thumb, and drivers with cars.

There will be one workshop on November 1st in ChingChuan that runs concurrently with our basketball program ; we will also have a workshop the next day November 2nd in Taoyuan. These will be much simpler workshops and a great way to get involved and meet kids, make friends, before the end of 2014!

Language Proficiency: One
Bright Side & How to Register Info: (11/1): http://brightside.tw/2014/10/10/2014-111-day-of-the-dead-plant-life-celebration-basketball-duo/(11/2) http://brightside.tw/2014/10/10/2014-112-day-of-the-dead-plant-life-celebration-at-muhsiang/
Event on FB: https://www.facebook.com/events/700797410004566/

目的 Purpose: 透過藝術及照護植物的方式介紹不同的文化給大家Introduce a new culture holiday and a different way to look at “life” to everyone through plants and art.

孩子會學Children will learn:
學到墨西哥鬼節,藝術,照護植物
A new culture, Day of the Dead, basic plant care

Volunteer Tasks: guiding kids through painting, setup, clean up
Teacher 老師Grace Hsu  / Coach: Mohan Huamg

Maximum Capacity: Space is limited to 10 volunteers on a first come first serve basis per day.
報名:10位志工。

Material Fee: starts at 200, 300, 400 NT for Taoyuan / 300,0 400, 500, for ChingChuan. What is a sliding scale? We understand that everyone’s circumstance is different and want to make the workshop accessible to everyone. Pitch in what you can! Not inclusive of transportation. Cover a light snack for brunch. Suggest to have a large breakfast.

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