Peanuts in the Penalty Box
April 15 through August 17, 2015 | Strip Rotation Gallery
“Hockey, for me, is the greatest game going.” – Charles M. Schulz
Playing ice hockey on backyard rinks in Minnesota, Schulz developed a love of the game from an early age. He joyfully portrayed ice sports in Peanuts, where Snoopy and Woodstock made a tiny birdbath their arena. Schulz began participating in senior hockey tournaments more than 40 years ago, eventually hosting Snoopy’s Senior World Hockey Tournament at Redwood Empire Ice Arena. We’re marking the occasion with Peanuts comic strips showcasing Schulz’s venerated pastime, and specially selected materials from the Zamboni Company archives.
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May 2 through October 25, 2015 | Downstairs Changing Gallery
Over 70 animated Peanuts films have been released since 1965. This exhibition will include an exploration of animated comics during a year that celebrates the 50th anniversary of the first Peanuts television special, A Charlie Brown Christmas.