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Through My Father’s Eyes at the San Joaquin Historical Museum

SATURDAY (June 3rd) is the opening of “Through My Father’s Eyes: The Filipino-American Photographs of Ricardo Ocreto Alvarado.” This traveling exhibit explores the lives and work of Filipino-Americans in California post-WWII.
Enjoy a day of cultural celebration with delicious food and handmade goods from local Filipino makers as well as traditional entertainment performances. A panel discussion of experts in local Filipino-American history will share their stories, insight, and knowledge with guests who wish to learn more about the experiences of the Filipino-American community in San Joaquin County.
Saturday, June 3rd 10:00am – 2:00pm
San Joaquin County Historical Museum
11793 N. Micke Grove Road, Lodi
Admission is free to all visitors. There is a $6 parking fee per car to enter Micke Grove Park (waived for Museum Members with a valid Membership card)
For questions or more information, call (209) 331-2055