Children everywhere are looking forward to this year’s Halloween festivities. Trick or Treating, bobbing for apples or dressing up as your favorite princess are the standards. But, All Hallows Eve isn’t the only celebration involving skulls and candy. Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a huge holiday in Mexico and transplants to the Twin Cities are celebrating this pre-Colombian festivity. MN Original travels to El-Colegio Charter school and the Minneapolis Institute of Arts to learn more about the Young People’s Ofrenda project, celebrating ancestors that have passed on.