Centennial Family Day
Visitors can join the Centennial fun with a day of family-friendly art-making, performances, and concerts celebrating The Huntington at 100.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
LA Opera: Orpheus in Concert - Huntington Art Gallery Loggia
An operatic, updated version of the Greek myth Orpheus, created by composer
Nathan Wang and librettist Matthew Leavitt.
Ukes for Little Tokyo - Rose Hills Foundation Garden Court
Ukulele kickoff with ukulele-based arts education program Ukes
for Little Tokyo.
11 a.m.–1 p.m.
Happy Birthday to The Huntington Celebration - Library Lawn
11 a.m.–3 p.m.
Photography by Pablove Shutterbugs - Brody California Garden
Explore the photographic work of local kids living with cancer in this outdoor
gallery experience presented by the Pablove Foundation.
Family Friendly Activities - Library Lawn
- Make Your Own Keepsake Book
- Write Your Wishes for the Future
Selfie Station - Lawn near Huntington Art Gallery
Kitsune Taiko - Rose Hills Foundation Garden Court
Taiko performance by high school and middle school students hailed
as "the baddest youth taiko group to hit Little Tokyo."
11:45 a.m. & 2:45 p.m.
PLAY - Library Lawn
Family sing-along for our littlest fans, with music educators from PLAY.
Music by the Harmony Project's youth quintet, the Longfellow Lion Cubs.
1 p.m. & 2 p.m.
LA Opera: When Shakespeare Sings - Huntington Art Gallery Loggia
A program of music, drama, and comedy featuring two opera singers and a pianist
performing music from Shakespeare-inspired operas, musicals, and songs.
Portrait-making Activity: Reflections - Library Lawn
Pasadena City College: We Look to The Stars - Orbit Pavilion
A work for choir and soloists created by composer Juhi Bansal drawing on myths
from different cultures about the night sky, inspired by Huntington collections.