Location: Historic Stockton Waterfront District
Monroe and Washington Street
Stockton , CA 95202
Building on a strong living legacy, Juneteenth "Slavery and Freedom" Historic Waterfront Tour continues in a good way. Fluid plans include a Luncheon, Downtown events and evening waterfront tour.
Stockton, County seat of San Joaquin, remains a strategic epicenter of our collective past, present and future here in the Great State of California.
Juneteenth remain a very focal legacy few choose to remember. The agreed upon National Celebration of Freedom offers us very unique opportunity to recall the journey through slavery here in the California Central Valley.
Everyone is invited to experience our unique expresssion of "forming a more perfect Union."
What: 2020 Stockton Juneteenth Historic Waterfront Tour
Who: Michael Harris, Tour Guide, National Juneteenth Observance Foundation, Western Regional Director
When: Assemble on Thursday, June 18, 2020, 10:00 am, tour begins at 10:30 am
Why: Share the historic sites of Stockton's Early Pioneer Community, remembering the context for Juneteenth
Where: W.Washington Street and Monroe Street, Historic Stockton Waterfront District
Luncheon to follow at Nena's Mexican Restaurant, 445 W.Weber Avenue, Stockton, CA
Together, we are building on a strong living legacy, everyone is welcome to join us for our free 2020 Stockton Juneteenth, Dia de Los Negroes, "From Slavery to Freedom Tour, beginning on Thursday, June 18, 2020, at 10:30 am, Washington Street and Monroe Street, in the Historic Stockton Waterfront District.
Our Stockton Juneteenth Luncheon will follow after the walking tour at Nena’s Mexican Restaurant, 445 W.Weber Avenue, Stockton, CA.