Great things happening at the Martial Arts History Museum!!!
April 28, 2018
4 pm to 6 pm
FORD EDWARDS DAY at the Museum
One of the most distinguished and honored kung fu pioneers today is Sifu Ford Edwards. Owner of the Little Tao Dragon Martial and Healing Arts Center, he is a teacher in the art of Northern Shaolin and Praying Mantis Kung Fu. He is a man of great character and magnificent skill in the arts. Please join us as we celebrate his life.
May 19, 2018
2 pm to 4 pm
Cost: $15 (covers both events)
JJ Stomp DAY at the Museum
Join us as we celebrate the life of martial artist, businessman, stuntman, actor, producer and film director, JJ Stomp. Stomp has written two novels, Elephant Stomp and Asian Assassin. He is producer a number of films including Am I Alone?, In III Dragon and most recently, John Kincaid Unleashed.
May 19, 2018
4 pm to 5:30 pm
$15 (covers both events)
JOHN KINCAID UNLEASHED MOVIE SCREENING
You are going to enjoy two events on the same day, the honoring of JJ Stomp and the screening of his newest film, JOHN KINCAID UNLEASHED. This highly acclaimed independent film is filled with romance, martial arts action, comedy and thrills. Seats are limited to 60 people so come early to get yours.
August 25, 2018
August 26, 2018
14TH ANNUAL DRAGONFEST EXPO
Join us as the Martial Arts History Museum hosts the 14th Annual Dragonfest Martial Arts and Asian Cultural Convention. Filled with celebrities, products, stars, anime, cosplay, weapons, dance, crafts, books and more! This is a CHARITY EVENT to support the Museum to relocate to a larger facility. Tickets, sponsorships, booth purchase and hotel rates are available at http://www.draogonfest.com
May 26, 27 2018
5th Official USA Pendekar Paul DeThouars Memorial Camp
Where: 135 N. Victory Blvd., Burbank, CA USA
Cost: $135 (A portion of the proceeds will go to the Museum)
Time: Saturday, 12 – 4 pm, Sunday, 10 – 2 pm
For info, call 1 747 200-5268
OFFICIAL CYNTHIA ROTHROCK CHANNEL
Be sure to subscribe to Cynthia Rothrock’s new YouTube Channel
A portion of the funds received from YouTube will go to benefit the Museum
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