Several summer occasions were examined on the Stockton Day Trips page in 2012 that emphasized historical and cultural events as well as athletic and enrichment activities geared toward youth.
Readers may click on each title to read the full article or read the rundown of articles below for a quick Stockton day trips summer 2012 year in review.
The public was welcome aboard Stockton’s USS Lucid, an aggressive class 1950’s ocean going minesweeper, as it became one of twelve California partakers as well as one of ninety-eight international ships to join the Maritime Radio and Museum Ships in June 2012.
The San Jose Greek festival kicked off its 41st annual celebration on Friday, June 1 and visitors not only had three days to celebrate Greek food and culture, but there was also FREE parking and FREE luxury shuttle service provided by Corinthian Ground Transportation.
Temple Israel in Stockton held its 39th Annual Jewish Food Fair the first Sunday in June where visitors were offered a $12.00 brunch selection of bagel with lox and cream cheese
or corned beef sandwich. Each plate included cole slaw, Kosher dill pickle, juice, tea or coffee. The food and activity line-up for the day’s event included: Café Shalom, Deli Bakery, Kosher Hot Dogs, Falafel, Sanctuary Tours, Jewish Music, Judaica Shop, Dancing, Entertainment, Silent Auction, Fun for Kids, and MicroBrew Tasting Featuring Valley Brew.
Typically, when the school calendar turns from July to August, it signals the beginning of the end of summer break for students, parents and teachers alike. During those last few weeks before back-to-school becomes a main focus again, there were two events in Stockton were sure to take one’s mind off of school and back to fun--Stockton Convention and Visitors Bureau Junior Golf All-Star and Celebrate Youth Block Party in Downtown Stockton