Ojo de Dios: Hispanic Heritage Craft

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In observance of Hispanic Heritage Month, Grauwyler Park Public Library is providing several fun crafts, and a lesson on their cultural significance.

This week, the staff will show everyone how to make a craft often called Ojo de Dios, or God's Eye, a folk art design that dates back hundreds of years to the Huichol people of Mesoamerica, and has seen been integrated in Central American culture.