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.







September 30, 2017

4 pm to 6 pm


VINCE CECERE DAY at the Museum
He’s the star of the new show “Call Vinny,” an instructor in close quarter combat, Japanese jujitsu instructing U.S. military,special forces, U.S. federal agencies and law enforcement. He’s a television personality, an actor with over 30 credits to his name, a weight lifter and public speaker, let’s all join together to celebrate Vince Cecere.

October 7, 2017

4 pm to 6 pm


DAVE JOHNSON DAY at the Museum
He is a martial artists extraordinaire, he served as the Chairman of the Crime Prevention Committee for the city of Madera, he was named “Role Model of the Year” by Inside Taekwondo Magazine appearing on the cover of the January 1996 issue. He’s a 2013 inductee in the Martial Arts History Museum’s Hall of Fame AND, he will match whatever funds we raise that day at the Museum. So, let’s bring in 20,000 people shall we?

October 21, 2017

4 pm to 6 pm


MARK HOADLEY DAY at the Museum
Entertainer, comedian, movie star and one of the most dynamic Praying Mantis Kung Fu guys you will ever meet, it’s Mark Hoadley! Join us as we honor this great icon and martial arts figure and one of the nicest people you will ever meet. Friends, students and peers, let’s give our respect to this wonderful artist.

TBA 2017

6 pm to 9 pm

Join us as we celebrate the release of award-winning film director Art Camacho and the release of his new book “A Filmmaker’s Journey.” Enjoy food, fun and a discussion and sale of his new book at the BOOK SIGNING.

November 4, 2017

4 pm to 5:15, screening at 5:30 to 6:15 pm


He’s the coolest bad guy you will ever meet. He’s the star of countless films but known by so many as the baddest dude in Big Trouble in Little China. We honor this great pioneer PLUS we present a very professional, very cool Biography from Museum Productions on this amazing individual. So, attend Gerald Okamura day and the Premiere of the Gerald Okamura Biography. Cost is $15 for both.