Temecula Valley Museum celebrates the Netherlands


Last updated 4/6/2019 at 5:06pm

TEMECULA ─ The Netherlands will be the celebrated culture during the Second Saturday program at the Temecula Valley Museum April 13, in honor of the city of Temecula’s Sister City, Leidschendam-Voorburg, Netherlands. Enjoy refreshments, crafts and a special art lesson by Tony Moramarco of Bigfoot Graphics.

The national holiday in the Kingdom of The Netherlands, King’s Day which occurs annually April 27, serves as the inspiration for this event. This holiday is held in honor of the king’s birthday and is celebrated throughout Holland with music, street parties, flea markets, fairs and the color orange. Orange is the traditional color of the Dutch royal family and is worn by all during the celebrations. In keeping with the tradition, the Temecula Valley Museum will have special orange-colored refreshments and decor.

Every month, the museum celebrates the history and heritage of the various and diverse cultures making Temecula home. The upcoming dates are May 11, Polynesia; June 8, Africa; July 13, United States; Aug. 10, Japan; Sept. 14, England; Oct. 12, Italy; Nov. 9, Native America and Dec. 14, Christmas around the world.

Submitted by Temecula Valley Museum.


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