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Muzeo: Free Open Book Event With Distinguished Writers This Saturday From 1-3 P.M.

From the MUZEO: You’re invited to a free Open Book Event with distinguish writers this Saturday, April 20th, 2019 from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. Peppur Chambers is an international writer/actor/director who strives to live her voice and inspires others to do the same. A graduate of Marquette University’s College of Journalism (BA Advertising/Marketing), Peppur taught journalism at Prague College and has ...

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Free “Egg Paint” For Anaheim Families At Muzeo

This weekend there will be a free event for families at the Muzeo in Anaheim: an Egg Paint. Artist Jack Knight and his helpers, the young Women of the Anaheim Beautiful Scholarship Program will be painting foam Eggs with young people from the Goals Program and people of all ages.  Jan Miles the Story Reader will read to the younger attendees. Della ...

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“Proud To Be Me” Event On April 13 Celebrates Chicano Culture

From the Muzeo: Proud to Be Me: A Celebration of Chicano Culture is the newest big event in Anaheim.  Celebrating Chicano art and culture, Center Street Promenade will transform into a family-friendly gathering place featuring car clubs, zoot suits, mariachis, dancers, fashion and one-day-only, Buy-One-Get-One-Free admission to Papel Chicano Dos, from the private collection of Cheech Marin!  Don’t miss this amazing street festival.  The event is ...

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Book Reading By Anaheim Poet Laureate At Muzeo On March 30

The Muzeo is hosting a book launch for “California Continuum,” co-written by two Poets Laureate, Grant Hier & John Brantingham. Hier is Anaheim’s Poet Laureate. The reading will be outdoor and followed by a Q&A in the Muzeo Museum and Cultural Center Courtyard. If it rains, the reading will take place inside the historic Carnegie Library building next to the ...

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New Muzeo Exhibit: Papel Chicano Dos – Works On Paper From The Collection of Cheech Marin

A new exhibit is coming to Anaheim Muzeo later this month: “Papel Chicano Dos: Works on Paper – The Collection of Cheech Marin.” The exhibit will present 65 artworks by 24 established and emerging artists. According to the Muzeo: “Dating from the late 1980s to present day, their work demonstrates a myriad of techniques from watercolor and aquatint to paste and ...

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“Polar Express Pajama Party” At Muzeo On December 15

The Anaheim Muzeo is hosting a “Polar Express Pajama Party” this Saturday, December 15 from 4:30 – 7:30 p.m. “Polar Express is the classic 2004 Christmas movie directed by Robert Zemeckis and starring Tom Hanks. It is based on the children’s book by Chris Van Allsburg about a doubting young boy who “takes an extraordinary train ride to the North ...

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Anaheim Muzeo Bowl Fundraiser – Thursday, September 28

The Anaheim Muzeo is holding its annual Muzeo Bowl Fundraiser on Thursday, September 27 at Bowlmor Lanes at the Anaheim GardenWalk. As part of the team building experience, we encourage teams to come dressed in themed costumes. A special prize will be rewarded for the most creative group. Have fun! The Muzeo is also seeking sponsorship to participate in celebrating ...

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“An Enchanted Fairy Tale Evening” At The Muzeo: July 14

[from The Muzeo Museum and Cultural Center] July 14, 2018  | Sat  | 6 – 7:30 p.m. Join us for a special afternoon of fairy tales told in our enchanted forest setting that will surround you with whimsical fairies, butterflies, and the sounds of forest creatures. Our special guest, Charles Dickens, will join us in full Victorian costuming as he tells ...

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April Events At The Muzeo

APRIL AT THE MUZEO The Bring your Lunch and Learn series continues on Wednesday, April 12 with Nahla Kayali, the founder and Executive Director for Access California Services. Access California has been described as a leader in the Arab -and Muslim-American, immigrant and refugee communities in ensuring individuals and families receive access to quality services. These services include employment, counseling, ...

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