Orange County Regional History Center Hosts Special Events During The Art of Warner Bros Cartoons

Visiting the new The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons exhibit at the Orange County Regional History Center is a fascinating look at the cartoons we all grew up with.

But if you want to make your visit a little more special, the History Center is hosting several events during the run of the exhibit that bring a little extra to the experience.

The Art of Warner Bros. CartoonsSaturday Morning Cartoons events will take place Feb 1 and March 1 mornings (9-11am) and will feature cartoons with breakfast. Cost is $14 children 5-12, $18 for adults, and $36 for a family (2 adults and 4 children under 18). Discounts are available for members.

Warner Bros. Valentine’s Day Date Night takes place February 15, and will feature romantic Warner Bros cartoons, along with popcorn, wine, champagne, and chocolate. This event is free for members and $15 for non-members.

February 19 is Home School Day: Outlaws, Mayhem, and Mischief!, where kids can learn about the judicial system, the workings of law enforcement, and what it takes to become a lawyer. Cost is $10 students and $6 adults ($6 students and $3 adults for members).

The final event during the exhibit is Exhibit Explorers: Cartoons and Cowboys on March 15, for grades K-5. Kids will get to design a cartoon character, and see if they have the skills to be a cowboy or cowgirl. $10 per child (members get a 20% discount).

Warner Bros. cartoon characters will be making an appearance at most of these events for photo ops.

Call (407) 836-7010 to register for any of these events. Visit thehistorycenter.org for more information.

* All items in the above photo are courtesy of The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, from an exhibition created by the Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY.

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