Celebrate a Victorian-Era Yuletide with MUZEO Holiday Events
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The last date listed for Muzeo Holiday Events was Wednesday December 14, 2011 / 5:30pm (Meet the Collector).
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Southern California is one of the epicenters of the craft beer revolution, with local breweries putting out some of the best and most interesting beers on the scene. House of Blues is taking advantage of this local brew bounty to showcase some of the best beers along with some of the best local bands. For the second Local Brews Local Grooves Festival, the ultimate event of sound and taste has expanded to three spacious areas of indoor and outdoor sampling featuring nine breweries and over 32 craft beers. Plus, attendees can enjoy three stages of music with the introduction of the brand new Outdoor Stage. Beer sampling wristbands are available for purchase once inside and there's a specially selected food-pairing menu created by House of Blues chefs, with dishes designed to enhance the flavors and aromas of the beers. As you taste, top-notch local bands like The Originalities, Big Monsta, Steve Maggiora and The Gromble will play. Learn More
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December 10, 2011: Victorian Holiday Fair
Holiday booths in ‘Great Exhibition style’ will fill MUZEO’s courtyard featuring one-of-a-kind art pieces from some of southern California’s favorite artists. Hot chocolate and tea tastings, popcorn and chestnuts will delight your palette. English country dance demonstrations, holiday caroling and readings from Dickens’ A Christmas Carol are all part of the activities as well. (Food and drink taste tickets additional.) _
*December 14, 2011:_ Meet the Collector*
Enjoy wine, cheese and an up-close and personal private tour with The Queen’s Gallery collector, Dr. Howard Knohl and curator, Carol Eastman. According to Dr. Knohl, “England in the 19th century was the engine of the world. We’ve created this exhibition to show what it was like to live in 19th century England, and feel what the average person living in England felt: how proud they were of their artists, how proud they were of their queen, and how proud they were of the influence England had on the world.”
About the Ticket Supplier: MUZEOThe MUZEO engages the community by exploring and celebrating our diverse heritage, culture and arts through creative programming.
The MUZEO also hosts three traveling exhibitions per year which would otherwise not be displayed in the region. Every exhibit is enhanced with special programs, events and activities.