Guam Museum full of island’s history
- Ha’anen Familia (Family Day): Ha’anen Familia: Family Day events, occur every 2nd Saturday each month. Includes hands-on activities for children and families that tie into the themes of the museum’s exhibitions.
- HITA Talks: The Guam Museum’s monthly discussion platform, HITA is an acronym for Heritage, Ideas, Traditions and Arts. “Hita” is also the CHamoru word for “us,” reflecting the museum’s inclusiveness in its mission and institutional vision, where all people understand and celebrate Guam’s cultural heritage and natural history.
- Open Mic Night: Usually held at the end of each month, Open Mic Night is an opportunity for amateur performers to take the stage and share their creative talents to a receptive and appreciative audience.
- Movies in the Park (starting in the spring): In partnership with the Guam Museum Foundation and the Pacific Daily News, Movies in the Park are offered in the spring for the public to enjoy family-friendly entertainment in the Museum’s outdoor theater and Skinner Plaza.
Permanent exhibition (Opening Spring 2018)
- I Hinanao-ta Nu I Manaotao Tåno I CHamoru Siha: The Journey of the CHamoru
- Treasures of FestPac: (January 2018-April 2018): Revisit the 12th Annual Festival of Pacific Arts and Culture, which was hosted in Guam in 2016. This exhibition features photographic highlights of the two-week long festival, including the gifts presented to the Governor of Guam during the opening ceremonies.
- Galleon: A Legacy of Change and Exchange in the Marianas (April – September 2018): The Manila Galleon Trade Route was one of the most important maritime global trade routes in human history. This exhibition will shocase the history of this route from the perspective of the Marianas. It explores the pivotal role the islands had in the success of the route, as well as examines the cultural, social and political impacts the trade route had on the CHamoru people that have endured.
-Guam Territorial Band (GTBS) Performance