Elaboration of bread of the dead, costume design, nail decoration and Halloween-themed pastry are some of the courses that will be held at the Integrated Community Centers of the State Government during this month of October.

José Bustos Venegas, general coordinator of the Community Centers of the State Government, indicated that the Undersecretariat for Human Development and the Common Good is currently receiving documents for those who wish to be part of these workshops, which cost 100 pesos and that they mostly include material.

These workshops will provide participants with the tools so that they can be self-employed and thus obtain resources this season, he announced.

“What we are looking for is that those interested acquire the tools to know how to make up, how to make dead bread, how to make nails with the theme of Halloween and Day of the Dead and that they can be self-employed, we know that there will be many people who want acquire this service”, he explained.

It is in the Fray García Community Center where the workshop for the elaboration of bread of the dead, nail decoration and costumes will take place; in Águilas de Zaragoza people will be able to learn about balloon twisting, dessert table, nails and makeup.

The Pan de Muerto courses will be taught at the Riberas del Bravo Community Center, as well as in Altavista, where nail design will also be taught, it was announced.

The inhabitants of the Mexican Revolution will be able to learn about thematic pastry and balloon twisting, while the Concordia Community Center will offer the 3D Halloween pastry course, explained Bustos Venegas.

“The governor has given us instructions to continue teaching these courses where people can self-employ, and more than anything, Undersecretary Sergio Acosta has given us instructions to meet the needs of Juarenses with these courses,” he said.

The requirements are official identification with a photograph, CURP and proof of address not older than three months, which is not a gas receipt; those interested have until the last week of October to register.

For more information you can contact (656) 629-3300.

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