Don Nelson Appointed Executive Director of Stockton Symphony
The Stockton Symphony Association has appointed Don Nelson as its executive director. He will begin his duties full-time on Oct. 1.
The Reynolds Gallery is pleased to present, "CONFLUENCES: Circumnavigating The Territory" a solo exhibition of large-scale color photographs and video works by Dennis DeHart on view now hrough October 26, 2015.
"Fall in Love" this weekend with a new family member!
Individual tickets for the inaugural AHL season in Stockton go on sale on Monday, September 28 at 9:00 a.m. at the Stockton Arena Ticket Office.
Flu season will be here before we know it
Flu Vaccine Clinic Presented by Safeway Pharmacy. This clinic is open to the public and no appointment is necessary Please be sure to bring your insurance card for billing purposes (Kaiser Insurance excluded).
Judge Franklin Stephenson passed away on Tuesday, September 22, 2015. He was 54.
Recently, the Downtown Stockton Alliance hired two new employees.
Groups will educate lawmakers about the benefits of helping the nearly 8.8 million legal permanent residents—including more than 4 million Latinos—who are eligible for citizenship
As part of the inaugural Champions for Citizenship Advocacy Day on September 17, 2015, the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) Educational Fund will brought together leading organizations, new Americans and Latino elected officials from across the nation in Washington D.C. to educate Members of Congress from both sides of the aisle on the benefits of helping millions of eligible legal permanent residents (LPRs) take the next step and become U.S. citizens.
Please join Presentation School's Annual Fall Fest Fun Run at Church of the Presentation. All adults and kids - runners, walkers, and strollers are welcome!
Two concerts feature “the best Gershwin pianist in America today”
The Stockton Symphony’s 89th season begins with performances of ‘S Wonderful: Gershwin and Kevin Cole. Maestro Peter Jaffe conducts an all-Gershwin program with a 69-piece orchestra, performing compositions ranging from Porgy & Bess to Rhapsody in Blue, as Kevin Cole—“the best Gershwin pianist in America today” (Chicago Tribune)—shows how it’s done.