Hutchins Street Square

This stunning, 90,000-square foot performing arts, conference and community center, with its neoclassical architecture and grand presence on Hutchins Street, was built on the 10-acre site of the former Lodi Union High School, which closed after a devastating fire in 1974. Hutchins Street Square is the result of Lodi’s community pride and determination to turn a literal ash heap into a center for performing and visual arts, national and regional corporate meetings and special events, indoor pool, as well as a variety of recreation programs and services for all ages. The facility has hosted everything from a stage of the Amgen Tour of California bicycle race to national recording artists’ concerts, and home to the annual Sandhill Crane Festival, which attracts thousands of visitors from throughout the United States and Canada. The venue is owned by the City of Lodi and is operated by the Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department.

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Events of the Venue
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November 6, 2021
Painting Kindness Rocks is a fun, family-friendly activity for all ages. Led by volunteers with the Lodi Rocks! group, you and your family will paint Kindness Rocks that can be placed in public areas for others to find.
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November 6, 2021
In this informal talk, Lauris will discuss her artwork inspired by the Greater Sandhill Cranes of Modoc County. She will share handmade pigments and brushes, along with the traditional Japanese sumi ink and tools she uses.
Upcoming
November 7, 2021
In this informal talk, Lauris will discuss her artwork inspired by the Greater Sandhill Cranes of Modoc County. She will share handmade pigments and brushes, along with the traditional Japanese sumi ink and tools she uses.
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