Tickets on sale Friday, August 23, at 10am at Stockton Arena box office and Ticketmaster.com
International Arena Soccer action returns to the Stockton Arena when the U.S. National Arena Soccer Team (USNAST) hosts Team Mexico on Saturday, September 14th at 6 PM. The match is presented by the Stockton Rush and the American Association of Soccer567. Tickets on sale THIS FRIDAY, August 23, at Stockton Arena box office and Ticketmaster.com.
The Reynolds Gallery at the University of the Pacific is pleased to announce the opening of the fall semester exhibition season with Paul Valadez: Mucho Caramelo. This exhibition of work gifted to the university in the spring of 2019 by artist Paul Valadez features over 90 acrylic paintings on paper and collages on found paper. Thanks to his generous donation, funding from Latin American Studies program, and the Office of the President at the University of the Pacific, this body of work will become part of Pacific’s permanent art collection.
Complimentary Local Rides to Doctor Appointments for WWII Veterans
Journey Transport has announced complimentary local transportation to and from doctor appointments within San Joaquin County for World War II veterans. Caregivers are also encouraged and welcome to ride along to the appointments at no charge.
Councilmember Sol Jobrack will hold a community office hour on Wednesday, Aug. 14, 2019, 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Stop by Spice It Up! at 8626 N. Lower Sacramento Road in the Stonewood Shopping Center for an opportunity to speak with Councilmember Jobrack, one-on-one, about topics of interest or concern.
Flipping Open the Pages of Imagination
Artwork is underway by artist, Ilena Finocchi, who is creating a mural at the Fair Oaks Library, 2370 E. Main St, Stockton, CA 95205. The vibrant artwork spans the entire 30ft x 20ft curved wall near the library’s entrance. The mural highlights an octopus which has 3 hearts and nine brains and symbolically represents diversity, intelligence, complexity and insight. Out the the octopus’s hat emerges the creativity and imagination machine that is fueled by reading books.
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Community college now free for first-time, full-time students for two years
With the start of Fall Semester rapidly approaching, Delta College is offering a series of special events to help current and new students register for a high-quality, low-cost education.
The BEST DEAL in Entertainment is happening this Sunday 8/11!
The Reunion / La Reunión 5th Annual Concert & Culture Festival, formerly known as #CCPR5 (short for the epicly named Chicano Community Program Radio Reunion and Car & Motorcycle Show), will feature unforgettable performances by the Juan Escovedo Band, The Mike Torres Band, The Latin Magic Band, Gambizi & Dos Four, Ramirez Brothers Blues Band, Blanca Sahagun of Latin Soul, Juan Carlos Band, Cesar Chavez Mariachi, Ballet Folklorico de Frank Zapata, Almazan Aztec Dancers, and others. Keynote Speaker will be Tracy City Councilmember Veronica Vargas.
Community Focus Group Participation for HUD Consolidated Plan
The City of Stockton Economic Development Department Housing Division is holding focus group meetings on Tuesday, August 13, 2019. A series of four consecutive meetings will be held discussing various concentrations of a plan developed to identify needs and use of funds received from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
Blue Green Algae Frequently Asked Questions
A joint news release from San Joaquin County Public Health Services and Environmental Health Department regarding the blue-green algae in our local waterways. Our health officials are urging the community to heed the cautions that are included in the news release.