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  • All You Can Eat Crab Feed

    Soroptimist International of Twain Harte presents its annual All You Can Eat Crab Feed on Saturday, January 19, 2019, at the Tuolumne Memorial Hall, 18375 Fir Avenue, Tuolumne, CA 95379.  This dinner features homemade clam chowder, cheesy pasta, Caesar salad, fresh baked rolls, dessert and, of course, all-you-can eat fresh Dungeness crab for $50.00. A no-host Wine & Beer booth provides sodas, & water, as well.  No alcohol will be allowed to be carried into the hall per ABC regulations. Doors open at 4:30 pm and dinner will be served at 5:30 pm. There will be a box raffle for guaranteed prizes and much more. Many long-time attendees bring their own crab cracking tool kits and crab fixings. This event typically sells out so get your tickets early! Tickets are available at www.twainhartesoroptimist.org or by calling 209-928-1616. Proceeds benefit local charities. Soroptimist International of Twain Harte is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation.

  • Adult Flag Football League Registration

    World Events Sports is proud to bring the Weekend Warrior Flag Football League starting in April. Games will take place at Grupe Park multi-purpose field. The non-contact league is for ages 18 and older and features four Adult skill divisions: Competitive, Recreational, 40 and over, and Co-Ed.

  • Tokay FFA crab feed

    Details: There will be a live auction, silent auction, dessert auction and a raffle.

  • Lodi Japanese American Citizen’s League crab feed

    Details: Marinated crab and pasta. There will also be a raffle.

  • Winter Season Celebration

    Join us for a festive event celebrating the Manetti Shrem Museum’s Winter Season featuring the opening of Xicanx Futurity. Meet the artists whose creative spirits bring together past and present to shape the future. Panel discussion with exhibiting artists at 2:30pm and a special performance by the Xicana collective In Lak Ech. Everyone is invited to celebrate and be inspired!

  • RCFE Activity Leader Certification Course

    The Activity Leader certification course prepares staff to successfully lead an activity program that engages residents and enriches their lives. Presenters will provide an overview of key activities information such as: psych and social needs, Alzheimer's disease and memory care training and programs, resident assessment and evaluation, activity program design, implementing activities, organization, evaluating and critiquing activity plans, community resources as related to activities. 24 CEUs

  • Sourdough Slim & Robert Armstrong – Last of the Vaudeville Cowboys

    Hold on to your seat and get ready for a rollicking evening of outrageous humor and song. A marvel of musical ingenuity, yodeling cowboy songster Sourdough Slim and string instrument wizard Robert Armstrong joyously rekindle the country blues, vintage jazz, cowboy classics and string band repertoire of pre-WWII America. Whether capturing the haunting refrain of a Jimmie Rodgers blue yodel or swinging out a hot novelty number, everyone gets caught up in the fun these two cut-ups have on stage. A fast-paced performance of music and comedy that showcases this duo’s seasoned gift for connecting with their audiences. All dished up with a hearty dose of vaudevillian stagecraft making for a delightfully entertaining experience. Long time fans will remember them as founding members of two of California’s favorite acoustic combo’s, 8th Avenue String Band and R. Crumb’s Cheap Suit Serenaders. Between them they share a provocative array of period instruments including: flat-top guitar, national steel, baritone and soprano ukulele, musical saw, accordion, six-string banjo and harmonica. Well traveled veterans of stages ranging from Carnegie Hall and The Lincoln Center to The National Cowboy Gathering, Strawberry Music Festival and Prairie Home Companion. These modern day vaudevillians capture a sound and moment in time that consistently delights fun loving music fans everywhere they perform.

  • GOT Kids 4th Annual Crab Feed

    The 4th Annual GOT Kids Foundation Crab Feed will be Saturday, January 12, 2019 at the Lodi Boys and Girls Club.  Hot crab will be served by Captain Bob along with pasta, salad and homemade foccacia bread.  A no-host bar, raffle, live dessert auction and silent auction will be available as fundraising opportunities for the GOT Kids Foundation.  Come and enjoy the food while you help give opportunities and experiences to the children of Lodi, Stockton and the surrounding areas.  

  • Sip Savor Lodi

    Sip Savor Lodi

  • French Macaron Workshop

    With the combination of a crispy-chewy shell and luscious filling, French macarons are the ultimate sweet treat. Jill will lend her foolproof tips for mastering the essential macaron recipe as well as share a plethora of filling combinations. Class includes piping techniques for making macaron shells as well as filling macarons with four fillings: strawberry, chocolate, dulce de leche and pistachio buttercream. Each student will go home with macarons to sample and share.

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  • All You Can Eat Crab Feed

    Soroptimist International of Twain Harte presents its annual All You Can Eat Crab Feed on Saturday, January 19, 2019, at the Tuolumne Memorial Hall, 18375 Fir Avenue, Tuolumne, CA 95379.  This dinner features homemade clam chowder, cheesy pasta, Caesar salad, fresh baked rolls, dessert and, of course, all-you-can eat fresh Dungeness crab for $50.00. A no-host Wine & Beer booth provides sodas, & water, as well.  No alcohol will be allowed to be carried into the hall per ABC regulations. Doors open at 4:30 pm and dinner will be served at 5:30 pm. There will be a box raffle for guaranteed prizes and much more. Many long-time attendees bring their own crab cracking tool kits and crab fixings. This event typically sells out so get your tickets early! Tickets are available at www.twainhartesoroptimist.org or by calling 209-928-1616. Proceeds benefit local charities. Soroptimist International of Twain Harte is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation.

  • Adult Flag Football League Registration

    World Events Sports is proud to bring the Weekend Warrior Flag Football League starting in April. Games will take place at Grupe Park multi-purpose field. The non-contact league is for ages 18 and older and features four Adult skill divisions: Competitive, Recreational, 40 and over, and Co-Ed.

  • Tokay FFA crab feed

    Details: There will be a live auction, silent auction, dessert auction and a raffle.

  • Lodi Japanese American Citizen’s League crab feed

    Details: Marinated crab and pasta. There will also be a raffle.

  • Winter Season Celebration

    Join us for a festive event celebrating the Manetti Shrem Museum’s Winter Season featuring the opening of Xicanx Futurity. Meet the artists whose creative spirits bring together past and present to shape the future. Panel discussion with exhibiting artists at 2:30pm and a special performance by the Xicana collective In Lak Ech. Everyone is invited to celebrate and be inspired!

  • RCFE Activity Leader Certification Course

    The Activity Leader certification course prepares staff to successfully lead an activity program that engages residents and enriches their lives. Presenters will provide an overview of key activities information such as: psych and social needs, Alzheimer's disease and memory care training and programs, resident assessment and evaluation, activity program design, implementing activities, organization, evaluating and critiquing activity plans, community resources as related to activities. 24 CEUs

  • Sourdough Slim & Robert Armstrong – Last of the Vaudeville Cowboys

    Hold on to your seat and get ready for a rollicking evening of outrageous humor and song. A marvel of musical ingenuity, yodeling cowboy songster Sourdough Slim and string instrument wizard Robert Armstrong joyously rekindle the country blues, vintage jazz, cowboy classics and string band repertoire of pre-WWII America. Whether capturing the haunting refrain of a Jimmie Rodgers blue yodel or swinging out a hot novelty number, everyone gets caught up in the fun these two cut-ups have on stage. A fast-paced performance of music and comedy that showcases this duo’s seasoned gift for connecting with their audiences. All dished up with a hearty dose of vaudevillian stagecraft making for a delightfully entertaining experience. Long time fans will remember them as founding members of two of California’s favorite acoustic combo’s, 8th Avenue String Band and R. Crumb’s Cheap Suit Serenaders. Between them they share a provocative array of period instruments including: flat-top guitar, national steel, baritone and soprano ukulele, musical saw, accordion, six-string banjo and harmonica. Well traveled veterans of stages ranging from Carnegie Hall and The Lincoln Center to The National Cowboy Gathering, Strawberry Music Festival and Prairie Home Companion. These modern day vaudevillians capture a sound and moment in time that consistently delights fun loving music fans everywhere they perform.

  • GOT Kids 4th Annual Crab Feed

    The 4th Annual GOT Kids Foundation Crab Feed will be Saturday, January 12, 2019 at the Lodi Boys and Girls Club.  Hot crab will be served by Captain Bob along with pasta, salad and homemade foccacia bread.  A no-host bar, raffle, live dessert auction and silent auction will be available as fundraising opportunities for the GOT Kids Foundation.  Come and enjoy the food while you help give opportunities and experiences to the children of Lodi, Stockton and the surrounding areas.  

  • Sip Savor Lodi

    Sip Savor Lodi

  • French Macaron Workshop

    With the combination of a crispy-chewy shell and luscious filling, French macarons are the ultimate sweet treat. Jill will lend her foolproof tips for mastering the essential macaron recipe as well as share a plethora of filling combinations. Class includes piping techniques for making macaron shells as well as filling macarons with four fillings: strawberry, chocolate, dulce de leche and pistachio buttercream. Each student will go home with macarons to sample and share.

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  • Saturday, January 19, 2019
  • Sourdough Slim & Robert Armstrong – Last of the Vaudeville Cowboys

    Hold on to your seat and get ready for a rollicking evening of outrageous humor and song. A marvel of musical ingenuity, yodeling cowboy songster Sourdough Slim and string instrument wizard Robert Armstrong joyously rekindle the country blues, vintage jazz, cowboy classics and string band repertoire of pre-WWII America. Whether capturing the haunting refrain of a Jimmie Rodgers blue yodel or swinging out a hot novelty number, everyone gets caught up in the fun these two cut-ups have on stage. A fast-paced performance of music and comedy that showcases this duo’s seasoned gift for connecting with their audiences. All dished up with a hearty dose of vaudevillian stagecraft making for a delightfully entertaining experience. Long time fans will remember them as founding members of two of California’s favorite acoustic combo’s, 8th Avenue String Band and R. Crumb’s Cheap Suit Serenaders. Between them they share a provocative array of period instruments including: flat-top guitar, national steel, baritone and soprano ukulele, musical saw, accordion, six-string banjo and harmonica. Well traveled veterans of stages ranging from Carnegie Hall and The Lincoln Center to The National Cowboy Gathering, Strawberry Music Festival and Prairie Home Companion. These modern day vaudevillians capture a sound and moment in time that consistently delights fun loving music fans everywhere they perform.

  • All You Can Eat Crab Feed

    Soroptimist International of Twain Harte presents its annual All You Can Eat Crab Feed on Saturday, January 19, 2019, at the Tuolumne Memorial Hall, 18375 Fir Avenue, Tuolumne, CA 95379.  This dinner features homemade clam chowder, cheesy pasta, Caesar salad, fresh baked rolls, dessert and, of course, all-you-can eat fresh Dungeness crab for $50.00. A no-host Wine & Beer booth provides sodas, & water, as well.  No alcohol will be allowed to be carried into the hall per ABC regulations. Doors open at 4:30 pm and dinner will be served at 5:30 pm. There will be a box raffle for guaranteed prizes and much more. Many long-time attendees bring their own crab cracking tool kits and crab fixings. This event typically sells out so get your tickets early! Tickets are available at www.twainhartesoroptimist.org or by calling 209-928-1616. Proceeds benefit local charities. Soroptimist International of Twain Harte is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation.

  • Saturday, January 12, 2019
  • Music City Legends – The Unauthorized Rolling Stones perform classics from Elvis, Jimi Hendrix, the

    Join us for a Music City Legends concert featuring The Unauthorized Rolling Stones. A four part journey through the classics. In addition to bringing you your favorite Stones hits we will cover hits from Jimi Hendrix, Classic Blues and even the King himself!

  • GOT Kids 4th Annual Crab Feed

    The 4th Annual GOT Kids Foundation Crab Feed will be Saturday, January 12, 2019 at the Lodi Boys and Girls Club.  Hot crab will be served by Captain Bob along with pasta, salad and homemade foccacia bread.  A no-host bar, raffle, live dessert auction and silent auction will be available as fundraising opportunities for the GOT Kids Foundation.  Come and enjoy the food while you help give opportunities and experiences to the children of Lodi, Stockton and the surrounding areas.  

  • Tuesday, January 8, 2019
  • Calaveras Genealogical Society meeting

    Calaveras Genealogical Society's monthly meeting will be held on Tuesday, January 8, 2019.  Topic:  "Genealogy in Scandinavian Culture" presented by Eric Smith, Historian.

  • Monday, December 31, 2018
  • New Year's Eve Party at Theatre Deville

    Ring in the New Year with World Renowned Dance/Party band POPROCKS at Theatre DeVille! Come dressed in your finest Glitz and prepare to party like it's 2019! Doors Open at 8:30 | VIP Access at 8:00Early Bird Prices Available Up to DEC 15 or as Seats LastEarly Bird Event Entrance: $82.50 (Single Ticket) | Non Early Bird $105.00SUPER PLUS VIP EARLY BIRD RESERVATIONSEarly Entrance (8:00 pm) Exclusive Access TERRACE. Min Purchase: 2 Tickets - $137.50 each. Dedicated Wait-service, 46 AvailSUPER VIP EARLY BIRD RESERVATIONSEarly Entrance (8:00 pm) Hightop Table Reservation. Group 4 Tickets - $127.50 eachDedicated Wait-service, 24 AvailEarly Entrance (8:00 pm) Table Reservation. Group 4-6 Tickets - $127.50 eachDedicated Wait-service, 48 AvailVIP EARLY BIRD RESERVATIONSEarly Entrance (8:00 pm) Mezzanine Reserved Seating Tickets - $117.50 eachWait-service, 40 AvailEARLY BIRD IND. GENERAL ADMISSIONGeneral Admission Entrance (8:30 pm) Balcony Access Tickets - $82.50 eachEARLY BIRD GROUP GENERAL ADMISSIONGeneral Admission Entrance (8:30 pm) Balcony Access Group (4 or more) Tickets - $75.00 eachTICKETS AT:https://www.theatredeville.com/new-years-eve-2019

  • Saturday, December 29, 2018
  • The Black Irish Band – 28 Years of Celtic and Americana music!

    When you take Celtic, Spanish, and Italian Music, and mix it up, you get the true nature of the Black Irish Band. For twenty-six years this band has created an original sound that no other band has. With over 600 concert performances to date and airplay around the world, the band has kept very busy spreading their brand of progressive folk music to a large audience. Performing both traditional and original music the band is very focused on presenting acoustic music in a very exciting up-beat way that appeals to all ages. The band has written and recorded 96 original songs that appear on many of the bands twenty-five CD recordings. Many of the original works written by the band are based on Celtic history.

  • Sunday, December 16, 2018
  • 'Twas the Gift Fair Before Christmas

    'Twas the Gift Fair Before Christmas has over 40 vendors with unique gifts for all.  The event will help raise money for the Dream Closet, a Manteca Sunrise Kiwanis Project that supports foster youth throughout San Joaquin County transition to college.

  • Saturday, December 15, 2018
  • Soul 4 the Season – Fred Ross, Lydia Pense, Dana Moret, Paula Harris & Cold Blood

    In a world where nutcracker ballets, classical programs and shows for children frequently abound during the holiday season, haven’t you as an adult ever wished there was something for you with a little more “oomph”? That’s exactly what you get when you combine four of California’s most dynamic personalities and strongest voices into one big soul-packed Christmas Show!

  • Tuesday, December 11, 2018
  • Calaveras Genealogcial Society

    Calaveras Genealogical Society's "Winter Social and Group Share"  will be held on Tuesday, December 11, 2018, from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon at the Calaveras County Public Library; 1299 Gold Hunter Rd., San Andreas, CA.  Enjoy our annual Winter Social and bring a "Family Treasure", an object passed down by an ancestor, or a story to share with the group.

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  • Sunday, January 27, 2019
  • Winter Season Celebration

    Join us for a festive event celebrating the Manetti Shrem Museum’s Winter Season featuring the opening of Xicanx Futurity. Meet the artists whose creative spirits bring together past and present to shape the future. Panel discussion with exhibiting artists at 2:30pm and a special performance by the Xicana collective In Lak Ech. Everyone is invited to celebrate and be inspired!

  • Tuesday, January 29, 2019
  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Wednesday, January 30, 2019
  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Thursday, January 31, 2019
  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Friday, February 1, 2019
  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Saturday, February 2, 2019
  • NorCal Science & Technology Festival

    The NorCal Science Festival is an annual celebration of science and technology at Tokay High School in Lodi featuring presentations, hands-on activities, and special exhibitions designed to entertain all ages.  The mission of the student-teacher organized festival is to stimulate community engagement in the sciences and promote creativity and innovation in future generations.  Admission is free to this one-day event with a schedule of activities including presentations from World of Wonders Science Museum, LED circuit building, paper airplane engineering, electric vehicle display, robotics demonstrations, coding sessions, 3D pen creative play, engineering stations, rock painting, solar play, a STEM Career Exploration room, a mobile Star lab, NASA speakers and much more!

  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Sunday, February 3, 2019
  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Monday, February 4, 2019
  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Tuesday, February 5, 2019
  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Wednesday, February 6, 2019
  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Thursday, February 7, 2019
  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Italian Catholic Federation Annual Polenta Dinner

    ICF Branch 395 All You Can Eat Polenta Dinner.

  • Friday, February 8, 2019
  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Saturday, February 9, 2019
  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Sunday, February 10, 2019
  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Monday, February 11, 2019
  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Tuesday, February 12, 2019
  • Calaveras Genealogical Society meeting

    Calaveras Genealogical Society's monthly meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 12, 2019.  Topic:  "Combining Traditional and Genetic Genealogy" presented by Karen Burney.

  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Wednesday, February 13, 2019
  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Thursday, February 14, 2019
  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Friday, February 15, 2019
  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Saturday, February 16, 2019
  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Sunday, February 17, 2019
  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Monday, February 18, 2019
  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Tuesday, February 19, 2019
  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Wednesday, February 20, 2019
  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Thursday, February 21, 2019
  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Friday, February 22, 2019
  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Saturday, February 23, 2019
  • Geekology

    Enthusiasts of all ages and stripes will find a scratch for that nerdy itch as they geek out at the WOW!, where attendees will find  areas dedicated to comic books, pinball machines, a gaming expo, board games, a virtual reality demo, hackerspace, arts & Minecrafts, 3D printing, and more. Plus, presentations on the science of sci-fi and a cosplay contest. Family-friendly costumes will get visitors $2 off their admission. For more information, visit www.wowsciencemuseum.org.

  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Sunday, February 24, 2019
  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Monday, February 25, 2019
  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Tuesday, February 26, 2019
  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Wednesday, February 27, 2019
  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Thursday, February 28, 2019
  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Friday, March 1, 2019
  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Saturday, March 2, 2019
  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art. 

  • Sunday, March 3, 2019
  • WOW Birthday Party

    The World of Wonders Science Museum is turning 10 years old and your invited to an all-day party for FREE! Enjoy live science demonstrations, WOW birthday party experiments, and hands-on activities with our WOW gang.

  • Xicanx Futurity

    The Manetti Shrem Museum’s second faculty-curated exhibition - Xicanx Futurity - focuses on the work of six Xicana artists: Celia Herrera Rodríguez, Felicia Montes, Gina Aparicio, Gilda Posada, Melanie Cervantes and Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón. These artists engage in an intergenerational dialogue that centers indigenous forms of communal and hemispheric ceremony, rooted in sacred relations. Collectively, their respective artistic practices inform an emerging conceptual and aesthetic decolonial social practice within Chicana/o/x Art.