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.
Sunday, Oct. 6, 2019
4 pm to 6 pm
MICHELLE MANU BOOK SIGNING
Without a doubt, Michelle Manu has become one of the biggest advocates for the Hawaiian art of Lua. Inducted into the Martial Arts History Museum’s Hall of Fame, Michelle will be unveiling her first book on the weaponry of the Lua art at the Museum this October. If you ever wanted to learn about the unique weaponry of Lua, you are going to love this. In addition, she will also be releasing her new calendar to the public. This is a FREE EVENT so don’t miss it. It’s on a Sunday!
Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019
4 pm to 6:30 pm
BOOK WRITING/PUBLISHING SEMINAR by MICHAEL MATSUDA
At the Dragonfest expo, I was thrilled to provide a 1-hour seminar on creating your own book. I went quickly over the covers, the creation and the distribution of making your own book. But, I ran out of time so I wanted to go through the entire process of doing your first book. From cover design to the making the insides, from copyright to printing, I will take you through everything. This is a free event.
Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019
10 am to 6 pm
ROBERT REDFEATHER’S “APACHE KNIFE SEMINAR”
You don’t want to miss Robert Redfeather’s Apache Knife Seminar coming up this November. One of the gifted in the movements of the Apache Knife, Museum Hall of Famer and a man who carries the torch of this unique art, will be spending a full day showing you how to use this deadly weapon. A large portion of the proceeds will benefit the Museum. $150 for all day.
Saturday, Dec. 21, 2019
6 pm to 10 pm
ERIC LEE’S “CHRISTMAS PARTY” at the Museum
He’s the “King of Kata,” one of the greatest kung fu pioneers in history, and he’s hosting his annual “Eric Lee’s Christmas Party at the Museum.” It’s a pot luck so bring some fun and unique dishes. There will be lots of entertainment and topped off by a performance by the king of kata himself, Eric Lee.