As part of Bob Hope Theater's Classic Film series, the film, "The Man Who Knew Too Much," will be shown on June 16 at 7 p.m.
The 1956 film was directed by Alfred Hitchock and stars James Stewart and Dorris Day. In the movie, Dr. Ben McKenna, his wife, Jo, and their son, Hank, are on a touring holiday of Africa when they meet the mysterious Louis Bernard on a bus. The next day Bernard is murdered in the local marketplace, but before he dies he manages to reveal details of an assassination about to take place in London. Fearing that their plot will be revealed, the assassins kidnap Hank in order to keep the McKenna's silent. Ben and Jo go to London and take matters into their own hands.
The Bob Hope Theater is located at 242 E. Main St. in Stockton. Tickets costs $4 to $8. For more information, call 337-HOPE.
Native poetry and basket weaving at the Historical Museum
An Afternoon of California Native Art: Poetry & Basket weaving will be held at 1 p.m. on Sunday at the San Joaquin County Historical Museum in Micke Grove Park south of Lodi.
Sylvia Ross, a contributing poet to the "Sing Me Your Story, Dance Me Home'" currently on exhibit at the museum, will read some of her poetry and the writings of other native artists. Ross, author of the children's book, "Lion Singer," and a contributor to "News from Native California," is a descendant of a Chukchansi Yokuts woman and an Oregon Trail cowboy.
Kathy Wallace, a weaver and teacher, will discuss and demonstrate weaving and jewelry making at the museum. She has been making traditional Karuk, Yurok and Hupa baskets for 25 years. She is a founding member of the California Basketweavers Association and is working to revive and protect the art form.
For more information, call the museum at 331-2055 or 953-3460.