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Halloween At The Manor

Join us for an evening of fun, treats, and laughs at North Lincoln Manor. We’ll be providing free refreshments from 5pm to 7pm or until supplies last. This is also a great opportunity to view the apartment complex, ask questions about the rental application and view any available units.

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Trick or Treat Safely!

Be safe during this holiday season. Watch the video for helpful tips about how to trick or treat safely on Halloween.

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Stockton, California is full of free activities and events. Here are just a few ideas:

 

  • The Haggin Museum The first Saturday every month is FREE – Enjoy classic art and local history and what has been called the “gem” of Stockton! Victory Park, where the museum is located is also a great place for walking and a picnic! When its not free the museum is still a bargain at $8 for adults and $5 for youth and seniors.

 

  • Weber Point in Downtown Stockton
    FREE
    – This park-like setting on the waterfront is the well known home to many of Stockton’s favorite events. Enjoy the facility’s interactive water feature in the warmer months, colorful children’s play area, a shady picnic or simply stroll the promenade and enjoy the panoramic Delta view.

 

  • Port of Stockton FREE – View ships as they come in and out of this inland seaport. Access to the Port is restricted, but the ships and operations of the Port can be viewed from many parts of the channels north side. A favorite spot is near the Turning Basin off of Fremont Street, near I-5 (See Map ).

 

  • Stockton Constructed Wetlands
    FREE – Access after sign-in. A birdwatchers heaven. See how the city of Stockton has turned part of the wastewater treatment plant into a wetland and birdwatching mecca. Over 55 bird species visit the wetlands year round. Appointments in advance are required.

 

  • Downtown Stockton Self Guided Walking Tour
    FREE – This self guided tour includes historical architecture, public art and points of interest in Downtown Stockton. Download the guide here.

 

  • Farmer’s Markets
    FREE – Local farmers display and sell a mouth watering and eye-pleasing selection of fresh fruit and vegetables, herbs and floral plants at one of the many Stockton Farmers Markets. Enjoy these open-air markets to leisurely stroll, take in the colorful, glorious sights.

 

  • Barkleyville Dog Park FREE – Take Fido Out for Some Exercise! Barkleyville is Stockton’s first off leash dog park! This four acre public park is designated and built specifically for your dog to socialize and exercise safely and off-leash. Barkleyville features three areas: one for big dogs (over 20 lbs.), one for small dogs (20 lbs. and under) and a separate play/agility course. Park amenities include benches, doggie water fountains and waste bags.

 

  • View Locally Made Art FREE – Stockton’s many art gallery’s offer the opportunity to view various mediums of art created by local talent. From our Downtown and Miracle Mile galleries to those of our colleges, visits should be made frequently as exhibit change regularly.

 

  • Visit History at the Rural Cemetery
    FREE – Visit the final resting place of many of Stockton’s founding fathers. See the tomb of Caterpillar inventor Benjamin Holt and the monument to Reuel Colt Gridley, famous Civil war fundraiser. The monuments of the past are beautifully hand carved. Be sure to check out “millionaires row.”

 

  • Visit any one of the five Stockton Library branches FREE – Stockton library’s are not only a great place to find a book, but our library’s offer much more. Weekly classes, guest speakers, visiting authors, reading programs, children’s activities, and more – all for FREE! Are you a local history buff? The Downtown Stockton Library (Cesar Chavez Central Library) has archives of local newspapers and other historical documents to aid in your research! We are the place to be – for FREE! Check out the Library’s online calendar for events and programs taking place this week.

 

  • Wat Dharmararam – Stockton Cambodian Buddhist Temple FREE – You will be amazed at the larger than life statues that were hand made by members of the temple. Be sure to bring your camera!

 

  • The Gary and Janice Podesto Teen IMPACT CenterĀ FREE – Housed in the shell of a 1940 art-deco style bowling alley, the center offers a half-court basketball area, 4-lane bowling alley, climbing wall, stage, computer room, library, meeting rooms, and snack bar. Check out their classes and events!

 

  • Stockton Constructed Wetlands FREE – Access after sign-in. A birdwatchers heaven. See how the city of Stockton has turned part of the wastewater treatment plant into a wetland and birdwatching mecca. Over 55 bird species visit the wetlands year round. Appointments in advance are required.

 

  • Magnolia Historic Neighborhood FREE – The tree-lined streets contain samples of virtually all the architectural styles of California’s most formative period. The Magnolia Historic District area in Midtown Stockton is located within the borders of Harding Way on the North, Park Street on the South, California Street on the East, and El Dorado Street on the West.

 

  • Ride Your Bike
    FREE – Take your bike out for a spin on one of Stockton’s Bike and Jogging trails.