STOCKTON, CA – Sunday May 6, 2012 the Coalition of Mexican American organizations (COMA) held their annual Cinco de Mayo parade in Downtown Stockton. COMA hires a professional judges association, Pacific COast Judges Association, to judge the parade and give awards to the best parade entries with the theme of ‘Peace in the Valley.’ Continue reading
SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY, CA — Members of the Mexican Heritage Center and Gallery in Stockton, CA, remembered their loved ones by elaborating on “ofrendas” (altars) in their memory; while communities in Mexico and other Latin American countries observed the memory of their loved ones in celebration of “Dia de Muertos” (Day of the Dead).
STOCKTON, ca -The Miracle Mile Association will celebrate the 4th of July with a Parade along Pacific Avenue. Organizers plan to have entertainment, food, and lots of fun with an all American Sprit. The parade is scheduled on Monday, July 4, 2011 at starting at 10:00 AM at the corner of Harding way and Pacific Avenue and finish South of the University of Pacific Campus. For more information e-mail talicevSPAMFILTER@gmail.com or dial (209) 463-7982.
By Bilingual Weekly News
STOCKTON, CA —The traditional Cinco de Mayo Parade —scheduled for downtown Stockton on May 1, 2011— will kick-off with a Menudo Cook-off during the evening of Saturday, April 30, 2011. Continue reading
STOCKTON, CA – The 2011 Cinco de Mayo Parade was announced to be scheduled on Sunday, May 1, 2011.
Stockton, CA / Bilingual Weekly
There was plenty Christmas-ing around Stockton this past Saturday, December 4, 2010. Continue reading
The evening of Saturday, December 4, 2010 will be packed with Christmas activities around Stockton… all day!
Lincoln Center —between 10 am and 4 pm— will present “Packed with Pride” with live entertainment, a visit with Santa and carriage rides. Information at (209) 477-4868 and www.lincolncentershops.com Continue reading
The Mexican Heritage Center and Gallery is hosting an educational program celebrating the Day of the Dead. Between November 2nd and 30th the center will exhibition a colorful display of altars, ofrendas and “wall art” created by local artists and community members celebrating this rich Mexican tradition, fusing Aztec and Christian beliefs, honoring the dead. Continue reading