History Takes The Stage This Weekend

The 2016 National Asian Pacific Islander American Historic Preservation Forum comes to Stockton this weekend.  There will be federal, state and local sessions examining what is happening in this exciting preservation field.  Also included are tours, a preservation pop-up and an advocacy workshop.  Most events take place at the Confucius Church located at 212 E. Lafayette Street.  Welcoming remarks start today at 10:30 am. For a list of scheduled activities link here. To participate Saturday only is $75. For all fees link here.  

The Keeper Of Aging Souls takes place tonight at 8 pm at Delta College’s Atherton Auditorium. It is an exciting dance program that relates to our aging souls and depicts our struggles, joys and our basic will to exist and make a difference. The production features a variety of community members including Ana Frenes, Lisa Rie (New Dance Company) and Suzanne M. Lundberg (Pacific Ballet Studio) who have been leaders of the Stockton dance scene for many years as well as Manuel Camacho, Spanish Professor at Delta College, storyteller and writer of many stories (“Across the Border”) who will be sharing his inspiring poetry and expressive movements. Tickets are $10 for students and seniors, and $12 for adults.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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