Julieta Altamirano-Crosby, founder of the Lynnwood-based WA-GRO Foundation, dresses like La Calavera Catrina, a popular costume for Day of the Dead celebrations in Mexico. (Photo by Bob Park)

Julieta Altamirano-Crosby, founder of the Lynnwood-based WA-GRO Foundation, dresses like La Calavera Catrina, a popular costume for Day of the Dead celebrations in Mexico. (Photo by Bob Park)

A day to remember our ancestors — and have some fun

Join the celebration of a rich Mexican tradition, the Day of the Dead, at EvCC on Saturday.

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