Schulz Museum's Exhibit Honors Pop Culture Influence

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Schulz Museum's Exhibit Honors Pop Culture Influence


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The Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center, in Santa Rosa, Calif., kicks off its yearlong fifth anniversary celebration with an exhibition examining the enduring influence of Schulz and his "Peanuts" strip on cartooning and popular culture. The exhibit, which runs March 3-Jan. 28, features 50 editorial cartoons and comic strips from cartoonists who pay homage to Schulz. Other attractions at the museum include the Snoopy Labyrinth and Schulz's studio, where he drew Linus, Lucy and Charlie Brown. The museum complex also include Snoopy's Gallery & Gift Shop and the Redwood Empire Ice Arena. It's also a good starting point for a tour of Sonoma wine country. Beginning March 20, visitors can fly directly to Santa Rosa from southern California or Seattle and Tacoma, Wash. Horizon Air will fly passengers into the Charles M. Schulz Sonoma County Airport, 50 miles north of San Francisco. For reservations, call 800- 547-9308. Museum hours are 11 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays (closed Tuesdays) and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturdays-Sundays. Admission: $8; $5 for children and senior citizens.

Details: 707-579-4452 or www.schulzmusuem.org.

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