In honor of the 80th liberation, the Guam Museum with Guampedia and PBS Guam has a couple of events coming up for you to take part in.

The first is a two-day premiere of a pair of short films. Hasso: Ti Geran Mami, will take place on July 10 and 11 from 5pm-7pm and will feature 'Along The Ugum River' by Neil Tinkham and 'War for Guam' by Frances Negron-Montenaire. The event is just a $10 donation.

The second is set for July 16. 'A Night At The Museum' from 6pm-pm. Attendees will enjoy tuba, beer, chesa, desserts, a private museum tour, local entertainment and screening features! The event is $125 per person.

Guam Museum foundation chair, David Tydingco told KUAM News, "It gives us opportunity for people to come in to their home of their ancestors and learn more about who we are as a people, what we bring to the table and not just share it with our people, but share it with the rest of the world, because I think that's what we're trying to do here. Share the story of our people with the world.

"A place to be able to learn and understand more about our history and our culture...again, rooted in our fabric on this island are our songs, our dance, our food, and our traditional practices."

The funds raised will go toward the museum and other organizations so that they can continue to tell the stories of Guam.

For more information or to purchase tickets for these events, visit You can also follow @guammuseum on Instagram.