Free Summer Classes & Fire Relief at the Charles M. Schulz Museum

The Schulz Museum is offering free summer classes for lower income families and ALL families displaced by the North Bay wildfires, while space is available.*

FOR CHILDREN ENTERING GRADES PRE-K - 10TH GRADE

  • Take the director’s seat and make your own claymation, LEGO animation, and live action movies!
  • Learn to draw, paint, and cartoon from professional artists, including cartoonist Jess Smart Smiley, creator of Upside Down: A Vampire Tale!
  • Check out our new classes in silk-screening, myth busting, and cooking Snoopy style!
  • Also ice skate, make your own ice cream, and play in the snow with Camp Freeze and Camp Freeze Mini for preschoolers!
  • Older campers can become Junior Volunteers or explore enriching classes just for teens entering grades 7 and up!

* Class space is limited and must be reserved in advance.

Date: 
Monday, June 4, 2018 to Friday, August 10, 2018
Time: 
Various times
Location: 
CHARLES M. SCHULZ MUSEUM AND RESEARCH CENTER
2301 Hardies Lane
City: 
Santa Rosa
Cost: 
Free summer classes for lower income families and ALL families displaced by the North Bay fires, while space is available*

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Organized By: 
CHARLES M. SCHULZ MUSEUM AND RESEARCH CENTER
Event Contact Person: 
Jessica Ruskin
707.284.1265