Los Altos, CA – MoonFest, inspired by the Mid-Autumn Festival and Lantern Festival celebrated in many Asian countries, returns to the Los Altos History Museum on Saturday, October 15, 2016 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. This beloved children’s holiday is traditionally held on the 15th day of the eighth month in the East Asian lunar calendar (September 15 this year). But the…
The Los Altos History Museum is proud to honor long-time resident and internationally renowned artist, Hau Beiren, in a solo retrospective exhibition beginning October 13 in the main exhibit gallery.
Train Days returns to the Los Altos History Museum for two days of train-filled fun celebrating the joy and wonder of model railroading.
Members, volunteers, and guests enjoyed laughter, camaraderie, buffet and dancing with friends to lively local band amidst the the Museum’s oaks at the Member and Guests Party.
Friends and family of world-renowned Chinese painter, Hau Beiren, also known as Paul Hau, gathered at the History Museum for a private reception to honor his 100th year and celebrate his upcoming exhibit. A Los Altos resident for nearly 60 years, Mr. Hau’s works will be on view at the Museum Oct. 13-Nov.13.