When the days get shorter, we all need to add some colors to our daily routine. If you happen to be visiting Tucson during November, you can get a colorful face by coming to all souls face painting at the Hotel Congress.
Join the procession with friends and family in downtown Tucson. This pretty exciting event is free. You can find designs for adults and kiddos. On November 3-4, starting at 10 a.m. Thousands of kids and adults will have painted faces. Join the crowd with ‘’happy faces’’.
Visiting Tucson is all about the arts.
Tucson gets very artistic in November. Have you heard about the Dia de Los Muertos Flower Crown Workshop?
Borderlands Brewing Company is hosting all the visitors at the address 119 E. Toole Ave. on Saturday, November 3, from 6-9 p.m.
The entrance for this workshop is only $45. Join the event and you will learn about combining floral and greens. After the event, you will go home with a completed crown, which will beautify you during All Souls Weekend. It’s always a good idea to combine beauty with practical knowledge.
To keep the spirit for All Souls going shop for festive food, treats, and goodies to get you into the spirit for All Souls. Let yourself dive into delicious food feast by spending little. The admission for the entrance is free of charge. All you have to do is bring some money for shopping.
If you are a big fan of unique and original work, you can get original pieces from local artisanal crafts. Check out Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block’s 33rd Annual Holiday Artisans Market. This year the market is expanding by partnering with longtime museum supporter La Cocina.
It will feature a larger stage for musicians and more live entertainment. Come to the watch the headlining performances by Amor Deluxe.