EUREKA, Calif.(KIEM)- The Clarke Historical Museum partnered with Centro Del Pueblo to host migrations. The event was set to celebrate the day of the dead. They had dancers, food, community outreach, and a vaccine clinic for those who wanted to get vaccinated. The money raised from the event will be towards projects worked on by the Clarke historical museum and Centro Del Pueblo.
“Well, besides the event that is going on outside of the museum, we have an exhibit that got set up yesterday by Centro Del Pueblo, and it talks about embroidery projects which are one of the programs Centro Del Pueblo provides for people. They teach different forms of embroidery…from the south and Central America,” said Katie Buesch, Executive Director at the Clarke Historical Museum.