Stockton

Events Calendar for the Weekend of 12/1-12/4

In Entertainment on November 30, 2011 at 1:15 pm

Thursday Dec. 1st

El Concilio “Navidad in El Valle” Holiday Tamale Fundraiser at the Stockton Civic Auditorium Lunch: 11am-2pm Dinner: 5pm-8pm $10

Do you love fresh tamales like me but don’t feel like stalking random Hispanic-looking people in the Wal-Mart parking lot hoping they’ll offer to sell you tamales out of the trunk of their car like some sort of corn meal related drug deal? Then El Concilio’s got you covered with their annual tamale fundraiser. This year the proceeds will go towards food baskets for needy families in the area. $10 gets you two tamales, beans, and rice. They have to go meals but you can also head inside for the full event which features music, a raffle, pictures with Santa, and the Ballet Folkloricio Dancers. More information, including online ticket purchasing, is available at the El Concilio website.

Friday Dec. 2nd

Holiday Jazz Concert at the Yosemite Meat Market 7pm $10

If jazz and delicious food are your thing, you should head on down to the Yosemite Meat Market on Yosemite St Friday night for some holiday jazz music as perfomed by Wendi Maxwell and the Tres Hot Jazz Band.

209 Metal Showcase at the Plea for Peace Center 7pm $5

Bombs Overhead, Stainless Barrell, California Medication, Skry, Az’real, and Invader will unleash metal mayhem on Stockton Friday night, making the Plea for Peace Center the place to be for local metalheads.

Saturday Dec. 3rd

Delta Relfections Lighted Boat Parade at the Downtown Stockton Waterfront 5pm Free

In its 31st year, the Lighted Boat Parade is one of many local events that symbolizes he beginning of the holiday season. Decorated boats will fill the waterfront as the final part of a full day of downtown Christmas-themed events going on Saturday.

Sunday Dec. 4th

Santa Sunday at the Haggin Museum 1pm-4pm $5 ($2.50 for kids)

With the Christmas season in full swing the Haggin Museum gets in on the holiday fun on Sunday. Santa will be on hand for pictures with the kids as is usual for events like this. In addition to St. Nick the kids can scour the museum for slightly creepy looking elves that are mixed in to the museum’s normal displays. Also, free cookies and punch!

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