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Automobile Museum celebrates Memorial Day with Vettes for Vets & American Muscle Car Show

Automobile Museum celebrates Memorial Day with Vettes for Vets & American Muscle Car Show

This Memorial Day Monday (5/30), hit the road to the California Automobile Museum for the 7th Annual Vettes for Vets & American Muscle Car Show sponsored by Performance Chevrolet, Corvette Care and 101.5 K-Hits.

Free to spectators, the popular annual event celebrates America’s love for the automobile while honoring our country’s brave veterans and active duty military. All car owners and enthusiasts are encouraged to enter their vehicles – especially Corvettes, American “muscle cars” and military vehicles – in the show that takes place in a parking lot behind the Museum.  To register a vehicle, cost is $25 before 5/30 or $30 on the day of the event (each driver will receive one lunch ticket and two free “passes” to the Museum).  At noon, the eye-catching cars on display will be judged in a variety of categories.

Jamming for a Cause

Jamming for a Cause

Stockton's own Poet Lauerate and the Brubeck Institute Quartet jam for a good cause.

Railroad Museum gets in the jazzy spirit with Music Inside Museum, Aboard Trains & more

Railroad Museum gets in the jazzy spirit with Music Inside Museum, Aboard Trains & more

Coinciding with the 43rd annual Sacramento Music Festival happening over Memorial Day weekend in Old Sacramento, California State Parks and the California State Railroad Museum will celebrate the holiday by offering jazz music inside the Railroad Museum and popular train rides behind a vintage diesel locomotive. In addition, festival badge holders will receive complimentary admission to the Railroad Museum given it is an official musical venue for the special event.

Inside the Museum, visitors will be treated to entertaining jazz musicians in the Roundhouse throughout the holiday weekend, May 27-30, 2016. And, guests who choose to take a lovely six-mile, 45-minute round trip excursion train ride along the levees of the Sacramento River will also be entertained on board by talented banjo performers from the Sacramento Banjo Band.   

Stockton's animal shelter exceeds expectations

Stockton's animal shelter exceeds expectations

12,000 animals are brought annually to the Stockton Animal Shelter. Today, nearly all are finding homes.

 

Foreclosures down, home values expected to climb

Foreclosures down, home values expected to climb

The foreclosure rate in the Central Valley is well below the national average according to data released by CoreLogic, a real estate data collection company... Read More

Popularity of California wines continue to grow abroad

Popularity of California wines continue to grow abroad

SAN FRANCISCO — California wine continues to be popular around the world. Exports of U.S. wines, 90 percent of which comes from California, reached an all-time high of $1.61 billion in 2015... Read More

Education group hands out awards for excellence

Education group hands out awards for excellence

STOCKTON — Rachael Navarrete, an eighth grade teacher at Wilhelmina Henry Elementary School, was named STEM Teacher of the Year by the North Central Valley STEM Center... Read More