Each year, the Schulz Museum provides hands-on art, cartooning, animation, and science programs to children in Sonoma County and beyond. The Museum reaches children with interactive day-long and week-long camps and classes, as well as field trips, classroom programs, and our school-wide “Peanuts Naturally” festival for local schools. The Charles M. Schulz Museum’s youth programs are tailored to student needs and include free days for families with children with sensory needs, Museum tours with sign language interpretation, and a special tactile tour for low-vision and blind visitors. It is the intention of the Schulz Museum to provide experiences that make every child feel just as special as the rest of the Peanuts Gang, and that means being accessible and inclusive to people of all abilities, backgrounds, and income levels. Thirty- three percent of the children reached by the Schulz Museum live in underserved, low-income communities and seventy-five percent live in Sonoma County.
The Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center’s youth education program is committed to offering free and affordable programs and scholarships to low income schools and students.
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Learn how Charles M. Schulz used his life experiences to develop characters and convey stories in four cartoon panels. Explore the key elements of a story and learn to tell your own story with images in a hands-online cartoon workshop.
Recommended for Grades 3 and older.
$100 for up to 35 participants