Museum News for October

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ANTI-BULLY EVENT – Saturday, Oct. 15, 2022 – 1:30 pm
The museum teams of with Eric the Trainer for a special day to combat bullying. On October 15, 2022 at 1:30 pm, in the middle of bullying awareness month, the museum will be hosting a special press conference with Billy Blanks, Disney’s J.R. Villarrela, Nickelodeon’s Michael D. Cohen, Cynthia Rothrock and Tim Flynn.  This is a free event with a ton of press.


SCREENING OF “THE DOJO” – Sunday, Oct. 16, 2022 – 3 pm
Join us for a special invitation to the first-ever Screening, followed by a Q&A session of “The Dojo” Pilot Episode (25 minutes long), which will take place at the Martial Arts History Museum in Burbank, CA, on Sunday, October 16, 2022. There will be food and drinks served. The event is free. Meet the stars of the film with a Q&A afterwards.


ALICIA DOYLE BOOK SIGNING – Saturday, Oct. 22, 2022 – 4 pm
“Fighting Chance” is written by Alicia Doyle, an award-winning journalist who discovered boxing at age twenty-eight in the late 1990s when she went on assignment at a boxing gym for at-risk youth called Kid Gloves. For two years, she simultaneously worked as a newspaper reporter while training and competing as a boxer, making her one of only a few hundred women in America who infiltrated this male-dominated sport. During her boxing career, she won two Golden Gloves championship titles and earned three wins by knockout – and her pro debut at age thirty in the year 2000 was named The California Female Fight of the Year. Fighting Chance offers an inside look at what’s considered the toughest sport known to man. This is a free event.


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