The Walt Disney Family Museum has released it’s January 2010 calendar and there are 20,000 reasons to attend. Special programming focused on innovation and undersea adventures will highlight the month of January with the film of the month, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, and brand new Disney Discoveries and Look Closer programs.
The full schedule of events is below the jump or visit The Walt Disney Family Museum website for more info and ticket information
The Walt Disney Family Museum
January 2010 Events Calendar
Film of the Month: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
1:00pm, 4:00pm, Theater
(Every day except Tuesdays and January 23)
Dive into 2010 with Walt Disney and Jules Verne. Explore the ocean with two of the world’s most imaginative visionaries in this incredible underwater film.
January 9 – Disney Discoveries: Underwater Creatures
1:00-3:00pm, Learning Center: Art Studio
Imaginations and creativity will soar with our new Disney Discoveries! The second Saturday of each month, join us for family fun and activities in the Learning Center. The activities planned by our education staff will inspire the hidden artist in elementary school children while learning about the life and work of Walt Disney.
The Disney Discoveries! activities are free with paid admission to the Museum. No ticket is needed for members—just show your membership card.
January 29 & 30 – Look Closer: The Underwater Camera and 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
11:00am and 3:00pm, Gallery 7 at The Walt Disney Family Museum
Would you like to know more about one of the artifacts in the galleries? Our Look Closer series will give you that opportunity—staff will reveal little known facts, behind the scenes information, or just additional information that does not fit on a label during the 30-minute gallery talk.
The Look Closer series is free with paid admission or paid membership.
January 23 – Under the Sea: Discussion with Renowned Ocean Engineer Graham Hawkes
Discover the mysteries of the deep sea and learn about Walt Disney’s scientific and cultural contributions to society. Celebrated ocean engineer Graham Hawkes will discuss how imagination initiates exploration and leads to discovery. Graham will take you on a journey to the bottom of the ocean and show you the next generation of vehicles he is building to open the oceans for all to explore.
January 1st – New Year’s Day
Museum is closed