El Museo Del Barrio Presents NUEVA YORK at the Woodlawn Cemetery

Sunday, October 10, 2010
2:00 pm – 4:00 pm


Prepare for the most lively cemetery experience of the year.  As part of
Nueva York, El Museo is partnering with the Woodlawn Cemetery and City
Lore to offer a walking tour of the final resting places of renowned Latinos
Celia Cruz, Carmen Miyares de Mantilla, Juan Machado, and others. Learn more
about these notables through Calaveras, a form of poetry created during
Day of the Dead celebrations to humor celebrities, performed on-site by poets
and spoken word artists. Please meet at the entrance of The Woodlawn Cemetery,
located on Webster Avenue & E. 233rd Street.

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