Upcoming Events

In addition to the wonderful displays at the Museum (designed by the people of Disney, the Simpsons, Dreamworks and more), the Museum’s huge draw are their events. From Sushi seminars, martial arts demonstrations, Asian musical performances, movie screenings, martial arts celebrity days and more, you don’t want to miss these great events.

 

Date

 

Time

 

Price

March 25, 2017

6pm to 9pm

FREE

GAME NIGHT at the Museum
Our first game night last year was a blast, so let’s do it again. As a special treat, we are going to go FACEBOOK LIVE as Justin Waggle completes the creation of his new martial arts board game. He will make a special announcement about it, but you will get to play it as well. Plus, we have card games, and any games you want to bring. It’s free but it’s a pot luck so bring some goodies. We’ll supply the beverages.

 

April 1, 2017

6pm to 8:30pm

FREE

ELVIS PRESLEY TRIBUTE AND UNVEILING
This is going to be a huge, huge event. We are going to unveil one of Elvis Presley’s Kenpo Karate uniform which will be on permanent display at the Museum. Plus, we will unveil a few other of his items as well (glasses, coat, etc.). SPECIAL GUEST for that evening will be Elvis’ brother, David Stanley. He will do a Q&A plus a limited book signing of his book, My Brother Elvis. This is a free event to the public and it’s going to be great!!!! Members of the Ed Parker family will also be at this event.

 

April 8, 2017

4pm to 6pm

$10

FUMIO DEMURA DAY at the Museum
On this day, we will celebrate the life of one of the greatest martial artists of our generation, Fumio Demura. You don’t want to miss this event as we share a special tribute to this iconic pioneer. This will be a wonderful time I strongly encourage people to attend this amazing event. Cost is only $10 and he will be signing the Museum Hall of Fame Book as well.

 

April 22, 2017

2pm to 4pm

$10

Donn Draeger: The Martial Arts First Historian
This is a unique seminar on one of the most notable historians on the martial arts community. He is actually the first American historian on the arts and he traveled across the East learning about every style and history. Michael Belzer, a student of the late Donn Draeger will be showing videos, slide shows and information about Donn and the impact he had revealing history. PLUS, you will enjoy a special demonstration on some unique artforms. Cost is $10