Manteca California Events
Since 1986, the city planner calendar has kept you up to date with events and other fun things you can do with your family in America's hometown. Delivered free to millions of households across America each December, this calendar is a time-tested tool to help families stay organized.
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We also offer birthday packages, so check out these places if you're looking for a place to celebrate. There are also plenty of rotating exhibits that are worth a visit. Check out our calendar of events before you visit.
The registration forms for the parade in the Christmas Park can be downloaded from the chamber's website at manteca.org. For information on parade and park events, contact Beattie at 209-823-6121 or email Joann at manteca @ mantaecas. org. To learn more about how to become a town planner franchise owner, please click on the information page for franchise owners here.
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Here you have the opportunity to learn about the history of the electric railway and to ride one of them yourself! You will also explore the historic train station and its history in Manteca, as well as the history of the city as a tourist destination.
Today, visitors can enjoy some off-road activities, including a zip line and climbing walls. There are lots of interesting artifacts to discover, including necklaces that are 8,000 years old. The moaning caves were discovered by gold miners at the end of the 19th century after arrowheads and other pointed tools were found.
If you want to spend more time in the park, you can check out some of the campsite facilities for a more intimate experience.
Visit the neighbouring town of Milpitas and enjoy a challenging golf course, bowling alley and a variety of other fun activities. Dry yourself off and visit an indoor trampoline park in Manteca, where you will find a wide range of activities for children and adults. Give the kids a chance to earn their money with a free ride on one of the many roller coasters in the park.
As you can see, there is plenty of fun to do in Manteca, not to mention the countless natural beauties to explore. The artist's brush was beautifully replicated by the artists behind the brush, making it one of the most beautiful places in the world.
The Bass Pro Shops Conservation Room is a private meeting room in the store that can accommodate up to 50 people. Just around the corner, the meeting room offers magnificent views of the Manteca River and the San Joaquin Valley. The pitch is designed as a reduced - slimmed down - replica of an old-fashioned baseball field with a lawn and wooden fence.
About two hours from Manteca, Happy Hollow Park Zoo offers families the opportunity to see a variety of the San Joaquin Valley's most popular animals. The park is home to a variety of species including elephants, lions, tigers, bears, rhinos, gorillas, leopards and rhinos, as well as many other bird species, reptiles, amphibians, mammals, birds of prey, fish and reptiles. Happy Hallow is also a long-standing puppet theater with an extensive collection of puppets and puppetry. It offers challenges and experiences that encourage people to innovate through creativity, curiosity and compassion, according to its website.
If you would like to add your own home photos to the calendar, please contact your local publisher. The Manteca Library has a circular collection of over 1,000 books, magazines and newspapers. The library also has microfilm readers and printers, including books on the history of the San Joaquin Valley, local history, science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and other interesting topics.
Donations to the library or the Friends of the Manteca Library are accepted during opening hours, but should not be placed in the open-air bookcase. The Outdoor Bookdrop is open from 9 am to 5 pm on closed days (note: all items are due on the day of your visit) and from 5 pm to 7 pm on other days.
This year's park Christmas will take place on Saturday, 3 December and Sunday, 4 December, from 9 am to 5 pm. Children are encouraged to get costumed and are included in a petting zoo with a variety of animals and food for sale. This event takes place every second Saturday of the month from December to March in the Manteca Park in front of the Santa Claus Museum.