MARTIAL ARTS HISTORY MUSEUM EVENTS
We have been so swamped this latter half of the year that we have not send our mass emails out in two months. Our apologies.
SUNDAY, Nov. 19, 2017
4 pm to 6 pm / Cost: $15
ROB MOSES DAY at the Museum
Let’s pack this place out as we honor of the leaders of Tai Mantis Kung Fu, the teacher of David Carradine of the “Kung Fu” series and inventor of a unique physical fitness training program, he’s Rob Moses!!!
SUNDAY, Nov. 19, 2017
7 pm to 10 pm / Cost: FREE
BRIAN CHAN BOOK SIGNING & READING
Curious Books Publishing cordially invites you to attend a Book Reading Event featuring author Brian S. Chan. “Not Easily Broken” is a unique novel about a communications engineer, a WING CHUN KUNG FU MASTERS, and the father to two children who are struggling to find healing after the recent death of their mother. When his daughter mysteriously vanishes in Los Angeles and the only people willing to help him area a few of his martial arts students. A small demonstration will be included.
SATURDAY, Dec. 2, 2017|
6 pm to 9 pm / POTLUCK
MUSEUM “CHRISTMAS PARTY” featuring ART CAMACHO BOOK SIGNING
It’s that wonderful time of the year, Christmas! It’s our Martial Arts History Museum Christmas Party. It’s a potluck so bring something really delicious like a pizza and pasta. Let’s pack this out and have a great time. PLUS, hang out with Art Camacho as he releases his new book with a book signing and discussion. Cost is just bring a dish. Dress is casual.
Dec. 16, Saturday begins at 11 am and lasts till around midnight.
Dec. 17, Sunday begins at 11 am and lasts till 6 pm.
MUSEUM YEAR-END TELETHON “FACEBOOK LIVE”
The Museum will be open free to the public
From live comedians, demonstrations, interviews and special guests, watch us LIVE ON FACEBOOK at the Museum page. https://www.facebook.com/martialartshistorymuseum/
Hosted by the Museum and Dynamic Dojo Talk Radio.
We so appreciate all those wonderful people who give back to the martial arts by supporting the Museum. Without a Museum, all that great history will be lost and forgotten forever. It is your support that keeps the Museum alive and it is with your support, we can relocate to a larger location. We are a non-profit 501c3 organization and your donations are tax-deductible. Please give generously.
NEW STORE WEBSITES
Looking for something to get that special martial arts kid or adult, than try out two unique stores:
Museum Store: Filled with museum books and items.
City T-Shirts: Some great city shirts and museum shirts.
Both of which all go to support the Museum.
Martial Arts History Museum
2319 W. Magnolia Blvd.
Burbank, CA 91506
A Non-Profit 501c3 Organization
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