Local artist Susan Johnson began the All Souls Procession, opens a new window in 1990 as a way to grieve her father's death. The Procession, typically the first weekend in November, has grown from a small gathering to a weekend event, organized by the non-profit Many Mouths, One Stomach, opens a new window, with over 100,000 participants annually.
The weekend event includes the Procession of Little Angels as well as many workshops for participants to create personal art and memorials. The website includes information on All Souls events, procession map and timeline, and ways to get involved.
See the Flickr group Tucson All Souls Procession, opens a new window to view photos of the annual event.
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