* 2月1日是宝尔博物馆的Free Sunday，为庆祝中国新年，特别推出以中国新年为主题的家庭庆典活动。当天，我们的儿童馆也免费开放。
Sunday, February 1, 2015
Asian Lunar New Year Family Festival
Norma Kershaw Auditorium
11 AM Oliver Chin：A presentation on his children’s book, The Year of the Sheep
（For Sale in the Gallery Store）
Margaret and Cleo Key Courtyard
11 AM – 4 PM:
· Face painting, art projects（Dragon Puppets and Brush Painting）Fortune and Almond cookie tasting
12:00 PM Lion Dance by JC Culture Troupe
12:20 PM Sunshine Academy String Ensemble play “Jasmine” and “Joy of Spring,”
under the guidance of Mr. Leonard Liu
12:45 PM Traditional dances of Vietnam
1:00 PM Pacific Symphony String Quartet plays classical Asian music
1:40 PM Hoang Hac Khi Cong by Golden Crane Qi Gong. Based on 4 basic movements：press, circle, stress and release
2:00 PM “Changing Faces,” by Master Zhong Wei Qi
2:30 PM Dance Impressions Production performs Chinese Folk Dances
Free admission to specially-ticketed exhibition China’s Lost Civilization is limited to the first 1,500 people on a first come, first served basis. Each recipient must be present. Tickets can be picked up in the North Wing. Free admission is also included to Bowers Museum permanent exhibitions including：Sacred Realms：Temple Murals by Shashi Dhoj Tulachan; Spirits and Headhunters：Art of the Pacific Islands; California Legacies：Missions and Ranchos; California：The Golden Years; Ancient Arts of China and limited engagement exhibition Heavenly Horses, which closes February 22.
KIDSEUM is FREE and OPEN 10 AM – 4 PM
HIGH-TECH & INTERACTIVE FOCUS on ART & ARCHAEOLOGY
Art Projects: Mini Paper Lanterns, Year of the Ram Head Pieces, and Face Painting
Join Master Storyteller, Miss Cynthia, for presentations at:
10:30 AM Mr. Seahorse Written by Eric Carl
11:30 AM Coyote and the Colorado River（Native American）
1:30 PM How the Tortoise Got Her Shell（The Greedy Farmer）
3:30 PM The Big Turnip（Russian）
AN ENCHANTED EVENING OF MUSIC,
ART & DINING | SAT. FEB. 7
Saturday, February 7, 2015
Found! China’s Lost Civilization
A Feast for the Senses
6 pm – 7:30 pm
Music, Exhibition Viewing, & Reception
7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Dinner and Performance
Join us for a unique evening centered around our special exhibition China’s Lost Civilization：The Mystery of Sanxingdui.
Music curated by Chinese American composer Dr. Huang Ruo and featuring world-renowned pipa player Zhou Yi with Pacific Symphony musicians.
Reception and authentic Sichuan Province inspired dinner and dessert presented by our award-winning restaurant, Tangata.
Tickets：$100 per person.
Reservations required by Tuesday, February 3.
Presented in conjunction with
Closing March 15