Here's just a portion of the many fun events happening in Stockton, California in March!
Although the weather may leave uncertainty, the first signs of spring usually appear in March in Stockton. Expect sunshine with patches of rain, but whatever the weather, March in Stockton offers an abundance of events. From sports tournaments like the season opener for the Port City Rollers to cultural events revolving around St. Patrick's Day, there is always something new and exciting to do here in Stockton! Check out all the fun below!
Head out and go fishing on March 6 at the annual Bob McMillen Fishing Tournament at Oak Grove Regional Park. Experience an early morning of fishing, featuring grand prizes, and of course, bragging rights for those who catch trophy-size rainbow trout. The tournament is held in honor of a fishing legend, Bob McMillen, and is open to contestants of all ages!
In one of his most memorable on-screen performances, the unforgettable Robin Williams will don the wig and dress once again on the big screen as Mrs. Doubtifire premieres at the Bob Hope Theatre on Sunday, March 6. Directed by Chris Columbus and co-starring Sally Field, Pierce Brosnan, Harvey Fierstein, Matthew Lawrence, and Robert Prosky, this hilarious and moving classic on the silver screen is a fantastic treat for the entire family. Doors open at 1 pm with the movie rolling at 2 pm.
Celebrate the Irish this month with one of the longest-running shows in Chicago theatre history right here in Stockton. Taking place in the intimate and artistic Pam Kitto Black Box, Flanagan's Wake will transport you to the beautiful fictional village of Grapplin, County Sligo, Ireland, as they tell tales, sing songs and mourn the passing of one of their own, Flanagan. This show will run from March 11 through March 26 and should definitely be added to your Celtic celebrations.
Take time to appreciate some artwork by students in our area! Considered to be the longest-running museum-sponsored student art exhibition in the United States, the annual McKee Student Art Contest & Exhibition kicked off at the Haggin Museum on January 27 and runs through March 20! The exhibition features the work of kindergarten through grade 12 student artists from across San Joaquin County.
As usual, our athletes will be proudly representing Stockton in each of their showdowns - both at the Stockton Arena AND the University of the Pacific!
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