Spend a Sunday eve and support local musicians.
Looking for something entertaining to do on Sunday nights? Support local diversity and talent in San Joaquin County by watching "Band Together” -- a virtual concert series presented by G-Force Production (new live-streaming service), United Way of San Joaquin County, and Goodstock Productions.
On Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 22, San Joaquin Regional Transit District (RTD) will not operate its regular fixed-route service (Stockton Metro, Metro Express, Intercity, Hopper, and Commuter Services). RTD’s administrative offices, Downtown Transit Center (DTC), and call center will also be closed.
The city of Stockton brings the holidays to life with events, food, entertainment, and lots of holiday cheer throughout December!
Verizon Innovative Learning program will introduce augmented reality, 3D printing, entrepreneurship and more to prepare girls for tech careers of the future
Starting next week, San Joaquin Delta College will join Verizon Innovative Learning, the education initiative of the Verizon Foundation, to introduce more girls, especially those in rural parts of the country, to science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) skills.
Delta hosts event for seniors moving on to college
College-bound high school seniors from all over Stockton will be honored Saturday at the Reinvent Stockton Foundation’s “Signing Day 2018” event at San Joaquin Delta College.
"Return of the Club" is the theme for a donor fundraising breakfast for the new Boys & Girls Club of Greater Stockton.
Bringing tutoring to low-income students in our Stockton community
The Center for Community Involvement (CCI) is hosting the Strawberry Fundraiser for Education. Buy a jar of delicious, homemade strawberry jam, or a Mother’s Day Basket that includes local goods, a jar of jam and homemade scone mix.
Restored car to be donated at Wednesday event
A family in need will receive the keys Wednesday to a smashed-up car that has been restored by auto body students at San Joaquin Delta College.
Sunday, April 22 10-11 a.m. Victory Park
Give a shout out to science, technology, engineering and math. Show your support for Mother Earth.
As part of the 30th Annual Earth Day Festival, Stockton will celebrate its second March for Science on Sunday morning, April 22 at Victory Park. The March for Science will last one hour, beginning at 10 a.m. from the Earth Day Festival stage on the west side of park. Congressman Jerry McNerney will join us for the welcome. High school science teacher Brandon Piasecki will do an encore performance of his “Periodical Table Rap” and the drum line from Cesar Chavez High School will be featured.
Powerful exhibit honors those who fought and died
There’s a reason they call this traveling memorial the “Eyes of Freedom,” says John Ervin, manager of the Veterans Resource Center at San Joaquin Delta College.