Events at the Charles M. Schulz Museum give our visitors opportunities to: meet professional cartoonists; view some of Schulz’s favorite movies; create hands-on crafts; learn about different cartooning techniques; and attend Members-Only parties. In addition to our special events listed below, be sure to check out what happens at the Museum EVERY DAY! Events are included in the price of admission, unless otherwise noted.
Please also note that events listed below are subject to change; check back here for the most up-to-date information.
Event meets online on via Zoom Saturday, October 17, 2:00 - 3:00 pm (Pacific Time/PT). Advance registration required—register below or by calling (707) 284-1272. Zoom link will be emailed three days before event. There are absolutely no refunds, credits, or cancellations for this event.
ABOUT THE PANELISTS
Simon Beecroft is a British author and a lifelong Peanuts fan. In addition to The Peanuts Book, he has written more than 30 other books, including the New York Times bestseller LEGO Star Wars: The Visual Dictionary, published by Dorling Kindersley (DK). His forthcoming book, The Pixar Museum, will be published by Studio Press in 2021.
Sarah Breaux is the archivist at the Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center. A native of South Carolina, Sarah studied in Ireland before landing in Santa Rosa, California, in 2018 to join the Schulz Museum. Sarah has loved digging deeper into Charles M. Schulz's life to share more of his story with fans around the world.
Benjamin L. Clark is the world's luckiest fan of cartoonist Charles Schulz, as curator of the Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center. Since 2003, his work in museums has led him from his native Nebraska, through Texas, Oklahoma, and Montana. Since February 2018, he has lead the team responsible for caring for and interpreting the legacy of Charles M. Schulz at the Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa, California, and around the world.
Alexis E. Fajardo is an Eisner award-winning editor and cartoonist. A student of the classics, Lex has created a unique blend of comedy, literature, and high-adventure in his graphic novel series, Kid Beowulf. When he's not drawing comics, Lex works as editorial director at the Charles M. Schulz Creative Associates in Santa Rosa, California, where he edits Peanuts comic books and storybooks, as well as exhibition material for the Charles M. Schulz Museum. Lex won the 2018 Eisner Award for editing the Best Archival Project, Celebrating Snoopy, published by Andrews McMeel.