GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — As part of its Hispanic Heritage events, the Grand Rapids Public Library will display Día de los Muertos altars at three library branches.
The altars will be on display through Nov. 3 at the following branch locations during open hours:
- Madison Square Branch, located at 1201 Madison Ave. SE;
- Main Library, located at Library St. NE;
- Grandville Avenue Arts and Humanities’ Cook Library Center, located at 1100 Grandville Avenue SW.
The altars, which highlight the significance of the Día de los Muertos celebration in some Hispanic cultures, were created by artist Reyna Garcia. In addition, educational material will be available for visitors at each altar, according to GRPL.
Above, watch the entire interview with Garcia on News 8 Daybreak on Tuesday.
More information about GRPL’s Hispanic Heritage events can be found on the library’s website.