There are mucho free events, including:
* The "100 Year Moon" exhibit at the Moon Café, featuring materials from Locke's heyday as "The Monte Carlo of California"
* Guest exhibit from Angel Island Immigration Station, at the Jan Ying Association Building on Main Street
* Release of new edition of Bitter Melon: Inside America's Last Rural Chinese Town
* Flying Tiger exhibit at the Locke Boarding House Museum, featuring former fighter pilot and Locke resident Gene Chan
* Video booth capturing "Memories and Impressions of Locke," at the Moon Café
* Sylvia Sun Minnick on Tom Foon Chew, the Delta's “Asparagus King”
* Chinese dance, music and speakers honoring the rich heritage of Chinese pioneers in the Sacramento Delta.
For more information read this May 8, 2015 article in the Sacramento Bee:
Stop by the Moon Café and say "Hi!"
There will be more Centennial events throughout the year to celebrate the survival of perhaps the most interesting town in America!