* The "100 Year Moon" exhibit at the Moon Café, featuring materials showing life in Locke's heyday from 1917-1933 when the town was called "THE MONTE CARLO OF CALIFORNIA" by the Sacramento Bee
* A guest exhibit from Angel Island Immigration Station, at the Jan Ying Association Building on Main Street
* Signed new edition of the award-winning book Bitter Melon: Inside America's Last Rural Chinese Town for sale
* Video Booth capturing "Memories and Impressions of Locke," at the Moon Café
* Chinese dance, music and speakers honoring the rich heritage of Chinese pioneers in the Sacramento Delta.
For more information go to http://www.locke-foundation.org/
COMING UP: "VOICES OF LOCKE" -- readings from Bitter Melon by people profiled in the book, descendants of the town's founder, Lee Bing, actress Maximilienne Ewalt, Bitter Melon authors Jeff Gillenkirk and James Motlow and more.
Weekend of May 30/31 TBD