Samurai Armor


from
the Barbier-Mueller Collection Denver Art Museum

The exhibition Samurai: Armor from the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection tells the iconic story of the Japanese samurai through 140 objects from one of the finest and most comprehensive collections of samurai armor and accoutrement in the world. Visitors will be immersed in the life, culture, and pageantry of samurai in the 1100s through the 1800s.

The trip is scheduled for Thursday, March 17, the second week of the exhibit. We will be sharing the trip with the Senior Center but we will have our own van for the first 12 people who sign up using this registration number. The cost is $42.50 per person for transportation, tickets, and a docent.

Also, while lunch is on your own, we are reserving a table at the new restaurant, Fire, in the new hotel, Art, a 10 minute walk from the Denver Art Museum. Art, as you might guess from the name, has a lot of art in the public places for us to look at, including one of Deborah Butterfield’s horses in the lobby. The luncheon entrees run from $15 to $25, plus drinks. When you register for the trip, you will be asked if you want to take one of the reservations at Fire. We have room for 12 people.
Join us for a great exhibit and lunch at one of the new places in the arts area of Denver.

Date & Time: Thursday, March 17, 2016; 8:30 – 4:30 Cost: $42.50/Person –Transportation, Ticket, and Docent Lunch:

On your own. Reservation at Fire is optional.

Registration opens January 27 at 7am. Call (970) 221-6644 or go to the front desk to register.

Registration Number: 205960-02