Stockton Arts Week: Multicultural Peace And Light Festival
This event has already taken place, but here is the past event information
Celebrate Stockton Arts Week with a chalk festival on the Joan Darrah Promenade on October 20th.
From 8 am - noon join us at a chalk festival on the Joan Darrah Promenade (Center and Weber). The theme is "What does peace look like." All ages welcome. Please register. Free chalk provided. Cash prizes. From 12:15 pm - 4 pm watch cultural performances and artist displays, walk the peace cloth labyrinth, make a flower mandala, create a community altar and do make and take art. The festival will be located at the McLeod Amphitheater and lawn near Center and Fremont Street. The Multicultural Peace and Light Festival is a Stockton Arts Week event sponsored in part by a grant from the Stockton Arts Commission.
Stockton Arts Week is a 10-day celebration of our community’s diverse arts and cultural offerings running October 12-21, 2018. This city-wide event highlights the vibrant art and culture Stockton has to offer by featuring 10 days of creative arts related events, such as: art walks, exhibitions, paint nights, demonstrations, performances, workshops, and much more! Stockton Arts Week is organized by Visit Stockton. Learn more about Stockton Arts Week and see a schedule of more official events here!
Joan Darrah Promenad
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
W Weber Avenue