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This week at Delta College

Delta College’s book swap takes place today (November 4) until 3 pm in Upper Danner Hall. Bring a book, take a book.  There is something for everyone. Also today (November 4) is KWDC’s Art Showcase from 11 am – noon. Artists Jocelyn Conde Hillyard and Carlos Marquez will be talking about the group Draw It [...]

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Cambodian Mural Displayed At Anniversary Event

This afternoon is the 22nd anniversary celebration for the Park Village Apartments featuring Cambodian, Indian, Hmong, Mexican and Lao dance performances, a fashion show, a Cambodian short play, raffles and more.  The festivities take place from 3:30 pm – 6 pm at the Park Village Apartments, 3830 Alvarado Avenue, by Oak Park.  Be the first [...]

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Flor y Canto

Today is the 11th annual Flor y Canto event at 2:30 pm at the Haggin Museum featuring poetry, song and dance celebrating Mexican, Chicano and Indigenous culture hosted by Richard Rios. The event is free with regular museum admission. Invited performers will be Juan Manuel Carrillo, RCAF artist and author, Esteban Villa, RCAF artist and musician, [...]

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Dare To Imagine

Imagination Stations, places set up for the public to imagine their future in 2035, have been taking place throughout the country since October 10. Last night an Imagination Station was set up outside the Cal-Pine Barber Shop on the Miracle Mile.  Participants wrote messages of how they imagine their future and took photos with a [...]

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Reflecting On Double Ten Day

Double Ten Day, held annually on October 10, is a holiday that commemorates the founding of the Chinese Republican Era celebrated in Taiwan and various cities worldwide with a flag raising ceremony and parades. Stockton’s Chinese Benevolent Association (CBA) held a flag hoisting ceremony at the Confucius Church, on September 27, recognizing Double Ten Day.  [...]

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Cece’s Art Studio Celebrating 25 Years

Cece’s Art Studio, located at 2324 Grand Canal Boulevard #10, celebrates a milestone achievement this evening from 4 pm – 7 pm.  The public is invited to an opening reception to view 25 years of favorite works.  Music and food are provided.  If you can’t make it tonight the display runs through November.  To learn [...]

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Taft Filipino Festival

The Taft Community Center/Park, 389 W. Downing, is having their 2nd Filipino Festival today from 10 am – 4 pm.  The festival honors Larry Itliong’s legacy of improving the lives of workers. Morning activities take place inside the Taft Community Center starting at 10 am with opening remarks and the film “Delano Manongs” at 10:30 [...]

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Planter Or Sundial?

T The first step to relocating the spire, rescued from the demolition of the Hunter Square Fountain, is for the public to cast its vote for what the spire will become – planter or sundial.  Voting continues through the end of September.  To learn the history of the project, see plans being considered and to [...]

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“The Anatomy Of A Community Activist”

What motivates community activists?  Why do they fight the fights that others ignore?  Ernie Johnson attempts to answer these questions in his new play entitled, “The Anatomy Of A Community Activist” based on the life of Ralph White taking place tonight at the Valley Brewing Company, 157 W. Adams Street at 7 pm. Tickets are [...]

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Grant Meetings

The Stockton Arts Commission is holding two informational meetings discussing how to apply for an art grant this year.  Anyone wanting to apply for a Stockton Arts Commission grant must attend one meeting.  Meetings will be held at the Oak Park Senior Center, 730 E. Fulton.  The first meeting is scheduled for tonight (Thursday, September [...]

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    Joy Neas

    My life is all about art – appreciating it, studying it, making it, sharing it, promoting it and preserving it. My goal, as an artist, is to help people look at the world in new ways encouraging everyone to experience the beauty that exists all ... Read Full
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