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Isleton Cajun & Blues Festival Moves To Delta Loop

Isleton Cajun & Blues Festival Moves To Delta Loop

      The Isleton Cajun & Blues Festival has moved to a new location for the 2014 event. Still in Isleton, technically, but not in the city limits anymore. They have moved to the Delta Loop which is just a few minutes away. The event location is at the B&W Resort Marina and Boat storage. The Isleton Chamber of Commerce resurrected the festival in 2011 after the "Isleton Crawdad Festival" was disbanded along with the old Chamber that promoted it for years.  

The business owners and residents of the delta loop have welcomed the festival with open arms and the "entire atmosphere and positive attitude is making a world of difference" said Jean Yakatobi, event foreperson.  With the marinas and docking availability the Loop is opening a whole new avenue for boaters and yachts to come from the bay area which will enhance the "family friendly"  direction the Chamber has achieved.

San Joaquin Delta College Choral Finale, May 13, 7pm

San Joaquin Delta College Choral Finale, May 13, 7pm
SJDC Choral Finale! "In the Heart of the World"
May 13, 7pm, Atherton Auditorium
Directed by German Aguilar, the SJDC Choirs join forces with choirs from Lathrop High to present an eclectic and moving final concert! See you there!
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Delta Drama Presents: Into the Woods, at the Tillie Lewis Theatre

Delta Drama Presents: Into the Woods, at the Tillie Lewis Theatre
Delta Drama Presents: Into the Woods
Directed by Michelle Felten
Tillie Lewis Theatre: May 9, 10, 16, 17 - 8pm; May 11 & 18 - 2pm

Worlds collide in this haunting Steven Sondheim musical when storybook characters pursue their dreams in this epic, timeless & relevant modern classic. Rapunzel, Cinderella, Jack, Little Red Riding Hood & more, pursue their dreams…but sometimes getting your wish comes with unexpected consequences!
Adults: $15;  Seniors/Students: $13

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University of the Pacific student jazz quintet again named best college group

University of the Pacific student jazz quintet again named best college group

Brubeck Institute Jazz Quintet takes DownBeat Award for seventh time.

University of the Pacific's Brubeck Institute Jazz Quintet continued its winning ways when it received top honors once again from a national jazz magazine. DownBeat magazine in its 37th annual Student Music Awards poll named the Brubeck Institute Jazz Quintet the best in the category that covers undergraduate college small jazz combos.

This is the seventh time in the Brubeck Institute's 13-year history that the group has been so honored.

MAMAVIEW-May is Heating up!

MAMAVIEW-May is Heating up!

Very excited for all the great events coming up in May and beyond. Check out the back of the Modesto View each month and one look at the Calendar and know that there is always something to do in the Modesto Area. Art, Comedy, Music and more you can not truthfully say there is nothing to do in Modesto. 

Author Finds Success Through Poetry

Shamir Kali Griffin earned 4 AA degrees from San Joaquin Delta College including Social and Behavioral Sciences, Early Childhood Education and Humanities.

Delta College Center for the Arts & L.H. Horton Gallery Presents:15th Annual Student Competition

Delta College Center for the Arts & L.H. Horton Gallery Presents:15th Annual Student Competition

Delta Center for the Arts LH Horton Jr Gallery presents the 15th Annual Student Exhibition & Art Awards Competition, April 24 - May 14, 2014. An opening reception and awards presentation will be held Thursday, April 24, from 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. All events are free and open to the public.

This exhibit features the artworks of Delta College students. The annual juried exhibition is open to students of all disciplines, campus wide. The visual arts faculty juries the exhibition, and issues awards based on technical proficiency, creativity, and the potential for growth within the visual arts. The Awards Competition provides an opportunity for Studio Arts Majors to receive recognition and prize awards. Students competing for an award submit a body of work and address their creative goals through a written statement.