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October 04, 2014 2:00PM Department: Community
Category: Festival

Ages 21 only

Keg lifting competitions, craft beers on tap, sausages, home brews, chicken dance dance-offs and, of course, beer stein holding competitions, Stocktoberfest 2014 is not to be missed! Modeled after a German Octoberfest with a Stockton twist, Stocktoberfest seating is outdoors on the waterfront with long tables, wooden benches and BIG glass steins.

*Proceeds from ticket sales benefit the improvement of Downtown Stockton.

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Waterfront Warehouse
445 West Weber Avenue, Stockton, Ca 95211
Downtown Stockton Alliance
October 04, 2014 12:00AM Department: Community
Category: Festival
Celebrate Stockton Is Magnificent

Celebrate all the positive aspects of our great city on October 4 from noon to 3 PM at Victory Park. In its fourth year, this celebration provides two stages of local entertainment, local artists displaying talent, and over 100 nonprofit booths with information on the services they offer to the community.

The event kicks off with a children's parade and ends with a color ceremony hosted by the San Joaquin Pride Center.

The Haggin Museum will host history exhibits and local authors, with free entry to the museum during the event.

Look for Art Alley, Ag Alley, Sports Alley and Education Alley, as well as local recreation demonstrations and a food truck frenzy.

Join other proud Stocktonians in a free, family friendly celebration on the first Saturday in October. To learn more, visit

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Victory Park
Pershing Avenue at Argonne and Picardy Drive
Denise Jefferson
October 31, 2014 3:00PM Department: Community
Category: Festival
RTD Fall Festival

San Joaquin Regional Transit District (RTD) will host our third Annual Fall Festival community event on Friday, October 31, 2014, from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at RTD’s Downtown Transit Center (421 E. Weber Ave.)

This community event features safe and family-friendly activities, including a haunted bus, a bounce slide, carnival games, face painting, a balloon twister, a scarecrow corner, and a photo booth.

Stop by to enjoy unique animals from the Micke Grove Zoo, stories from the Stockton-San Joaquin County Public Library, and vehicles from the Stockton Police and Fire Department. Plus, a live bluegrass band will provide music and entertainment. Food trucks will offer treats and snacks at discounted prices.

Admission is free for children 12 and under, with a $2 admission per teen or adult. A portion of the ticket proceeds will benefit the United Way of San Joaquin County. For a small fee, guests may use the photo booth to celebrate their fun festival experience.

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RTD Downtown Transit Center
421 E. Weber Ave. Stockton 95202
Tara Gallegos
(209) 467-6697