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Top 10 things to do in Lodi or Stockton on a weekend

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Posted: Friday, March 29, 2013 12:00 am

1. Stadium 12 (Lodi) and Holiday 8 cinema (Stockton) — discounted movie tickets are available Sundays and Tuesdays.

2. Laser tag (Stockton) — they have great deals on their laser tag games.

3. Tony's pizza (Lodi) Best pizza ever!

4. Downtown Lodi- many shops to go and explore by the theatre

5. Lodi Lake- great place to go with friends or family to have a picnic, play sports or just go for a walk. Take advantage of the aquatics and go fishing, boating or kayaking!

6. Ice skating rink (Stockton) — great to go on a hot summer day to cool off.

7. Mickey grove Zoo (Lodi) — no need to go far to see animals you've always wanted to see.

8. Stockton mall- many great stores in the mall to satisfy your shopping needs or window shop at Lincoln Center followed by ice cream at Cold Stone.

9. Go catch a professional, local sports game like the Stockton Thunder or the Stockton Ports.

10. Visit the Haggin Museum which is a great place to see historical artifacts of Stockton.

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