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Family Day at the Park 2017

Event date: 9/16/2017 9:30 AM - 2:30 PM Export event

The 20th Anniversary of the Record’s Family Day at the Park will be held Saturday, September 16, 2017 from 9:30 to 2:30 at University Park in Stockton. The event is free to the public. The Record’s signature event, Family Day at the Park provides a full day of fun and educational activities for the entire community.

Nearly 100 businesses and community organizations will provide interactive projects for children and families, including arts and crafts, games, storytelling and recreational activities. Entertainers include mascots, street performers, the Cesar Chavez High School Music Department, Sparkles the Clown and Ravioli the Magician.

In addition to all this awesome entertainment, Snap Jackson and the Knock on Wood Players will perform on the Children’s Stage, sponsored by San Joaquin County Office of Education. Special guest Bari Koral will be performing at 12 p.m. on the Kaiser Main Stage. Bari is a popular children’s artist and yoga instructor. Get ready to move and groove to her catchy, fun tunes for the whole family! Bari’s CDs will also be available for purchase at her booth.

The Cesar Chavez Drum Corp will lead the mascot parade to kick off the day’s activities at 9:30. All attendees are invited to join in the fun by marching along in the parade. In addition, children’s authors and illustrators will preside in King Author’s Court throughout the day – reading stories, teaching, signing books and answering questions. The popular Used Book Sale will also provide thousands of books available for purchase as low as 25 cents.

University Park is located at California and Magnolia Streets in the Magnolia District of Central Stockton.

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