Due to its popularity, the Love One Another exhibit has been extended through May. Featuring the adored duo, Raggedy Ann and Andy, it will remain in the J. Gilbert Smith House to the delight of visitors and the third-grade school tours that visit the J. Gilbert Smith House each March.
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. Read More
Katsuko Thielke and her students provided a 2-day flower show with live demonstrations before standing-room only audiences at the Los Altos Library. Illustrating the traditional art of Japanese flower design, the program ties to the Museum’s exhibit, Spirits Return: Cultural Traditions Keeping Memories Alive. Read More