Update: The women’s Center Women’s Center Welcomes a new keynote speaker, Filmmaker and Activist Nancy Schwartzman Annual Luncheon Returns to Civic Auditorium. Please read updated story CLICK HERE.
The Women’s Center of San Joaquin recognizes Advocate for survivors of trauma including homeless, survivors of child abuse, domestic violence, acute trauma, and natural disasters: author and Zen Master Laura van Dernoot Lipsky at this years 32nd annual luncheon.
SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY, CA – The Women’s Center will host its 32nd Annual Luncheon on Wednesday, March 28, 2012 at the Stockton Civic Auditorium.
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STOCKTON, CA – Baby Bash known to the country for his R&B, Rap, and Pop style music. Originally from Vallejo, California he is one of the few Chicano’s that have prevailed into Mainstream music. Bash came to Stockton to have an album release party at Taste Ultra Lounge on Friday 25, 2011 and we got to ask him a few questions:
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The Stockton City Council unanimously (7-0) approved a five year management agreement on Tuesday, January 25, 2011 with SMG – a global leader in entertainment venue management – to provide booking, catering, maintenance, promotion, programming and general operations for the Stockton Arena, Stockton Ballpark, Bob Hope Theatre and Oak Park Ice Arena, effective February 25, 2011. Continue reading
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The City of Stockton and International Facilities Group (IFG), the company that manages the Stockton Arena, Stockton Ballpark, Bob Hope Theatre and the Oak Park Ice Arena, announced today that they will end a six-year relationship. Continue reading
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Several hundred people lined up on the early afternoon at the Stockton Arena this past Monday, December 20, 2010, just to have a chance to skate the same ice that has given the Thunders so many victories. Continue reading
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Today and for the third straight year, the Stockton Arena opens its ice field for everyone’s skating enjoyment.
Coinciding with the Christmas spirit —and Stockton schools’ Winter Break— the Arena will offer four 1:45 minutes skating sessions for three consecutive days starting today Monday, December 20th through Wednesday December 22th. Admission is $5 per person at the door with skate rental.
“Come out with your non-perishable food items such as canned goods and receive a $1 discount on entry,” said Stockton Arena’s Arlene Galindo, “the food will be donated to our local food bank.”
The Arena’s ice field is the same where the Stockton Thunder hockey team wins once and again. There will be hot coffee and chocolate available for purchase, as well as other stands, added Galindo.
Session 1 – 1:00pm to 2:45pm
Session 2 – 3:00pm to 4:45pm
Session 3 – 5:00pm to 6:45pm
Session 4 – 7:00pm to 9:00pm (FINAL SESSION)
Skate rental available in a variety of sizes on a first come first serve basis. For group tickets, call (209) 373-1400
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The California Cougars are seeking a return to the Professional Arena Soccer League (PASL-Pro) Championships for a third straight year, and a chance at their second title. All of the Cougar’s eight regular season home games and their opening US Open Cup game will be played at the Stockton Arena. Continue reading