Central Valley, events, Stockton, Uncategorized

Traditional river parade returns to Stockton

See pictures from the last four years!

A favorite Stockton Christmas tradition—the holiday lighted boat parade—returns for the 31st year, announced organizers. Every year the boat parade, dubbed Delta Reflections —along with the lighting of the City Christmas Tree— heralds the beginning of the Holiday Season in Stockton.
The gilded boats are expected to reach McLeod Lake by 6 p.m. on Saturday, December 4, 2010. They may be viewed from anywhere on the downtown waterfront. Admission is free.
This parade is hosted by Marina West Yacht Club and is open to all boaters. Anyone wishing to participate should contact the event’s chairman, Lynn Hahn at (209) 477-7653

To see pictures from past Delta Reflections Christmas Lighted Boat Parade click below 
December 2, 2006
December 1, 2007
December 6, 2008
December 5, 2009

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