Charles M. Schulz Museum (@SchulzMuseum )

Charles M. Schulz Museum

Bio Established in 2002, the mission of the Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center is to preserve, display, and interpret the art of Charles M. Schulz.
Location Santa Rosa, CA
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LaterMedia : 🐾 Its #NationalLoveYourPetDay and we must admit, were a bit biased towards Snoopy. ⁠Does your pet have a funny quirk or special talent? ⁠

🖋️ This Peanuts strip was first published on May 2, 1951⁠.⁠

LaterMedia : 🐾 Join us at the Museum on Saturday, March 7, in welcoming cartoonist, author, and creator of #MUTTS, Patrick McDonnell! A ticketed 1:00pm talk will be followed by a 2:00pm book signing, pet adoption, and puppy smooches!⁠ 🎟️ ⁠Buy your tickets here:

LaterMedia : Kids Night at the Schulz Museum on 2/22/2020! The after-hours fun includes pizza, games, art, crafts, and cartooning followed by an animated Peanuts short on the Museum’s big screen. This event is recommended for ages 5–10. ⁠For more info: 🍕🍕🍕

LaterMedia : Enjoy FREE Museum admission this Sunday, February 16! Learn to draw cartoon animals from 1:00–3:00 pm with special guest and author Jeff Schinkel. Plus, enjoy one last chance to view the exhibition #PeaceLoveandWoodstock before it closes on March 8!

LaterMedia : Its #AndyDay! Andy made his debut 26 years ago today in a Peanuts strip published on February 14, 1994. One of Snoopy’s brothers, he refers to himself as a simple farm dog, is known for his shaggy appearance, and is never far from Olaf’s side. ⁠📸 Schulz with Andy, 1992.⁠

LaterMedia : Today marks the 20th anniversary of the final Peanuts Sunday strip which appeared in newspapers around the world on February 13, 2000, the day after Charles Schulz passed away at his Santa Rosa home. His legacy lives on through his fans and the love of Peanuts.

LaterMedia : To create something out of nothing is a wonderful experience.”⁠ In memory of Charles M. Sparky Schulz, creator of Peanuts, who passed away 20 years ago today.⁠ November 26, 1922–February 12, 2000.⁠ [📷: Schulz in profile, c.1990. Photographer unknown.]⁠

LaterMedia : ❤️Free admission on February 14 to Museum visitors with red hair (natural or otherwise)!❤️ Get creative, grab a friend, wear a wig, and celebrate love in honor of Charlie Brown’s affection for a certain Little Red-Haired Girl. ⁠This strip was first published on January 13, 1987.

LaterMedia : 💌Playing cards manufactured by Hallmark, c.1965, and Schulz sketches of Lucy as Queen and Charlie Brown as King, c.1960, can be compared to a final version with characters in familiar poses. Catch ⁠“#GreetingsCharlieBrown! The Hallmark-Peanuts Connection” through 8/23/2020.

LaterMedia : Its #VioletDay⁠! Violet Gray made her debut 69 years ago today in a Peanuts strip published on February 7, 1951. With a talent for mud pies, a special fondness for Snoopy, and a close friendship with Patty, she was the second girl to be introduced into the Peanuts strip.

LaterMedia : This Saturday, February 8, at 1:00 pm! Meet #SecondSaturdayCartoonists Ginger Wadsworth and Craig Orback, creators of the new book, Born to Draw Comics: The Story of Charles Schulz and the Creation of Peanuts. For more details visit: ⁠

LaterMedia : Our 2020 First Friday Film Series kicks off THIS FRIDAY, February 7, with 1970s Love Story! Film starts at 7:00 pm and complimentary popcorn and candy are included with admission. This annual series is generously sponsored by Craig Schulz. #FirstFridayFilmSeries 🎥

LaterMedia : 🏈 Wherever your sports fandom lies, its Super Bowl Sunday here in the States. Good luck to the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs! ⁠

This Peanuts strip was first published on March 13, 1972⁠.⁠