Goings on in the Folsom & El Dorado Hills areas.
Jul 20, 2011 04:53AM ● Published by Style
Photo courtesy of Gallery at 48 Natomas.
The 2011 season of Second Saturday of El Dorado Hills is kicking off July 9 at Montano de El Dorado from 12-8 p.m.! Future art walks are scheduled through October 8. For more details, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
American River Conservancy has planned a summer packed with events including hikes, garden tours, stargazing and kayak lessons. Visit arconservancy.org to view the full calendar of events.
El Dorado Musical Theatre has announced its productions for the 2011-2012 season – Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, 42nd Street, Oklahoma! and Honk! For details on auditions, visit edmt.info.
Mark your calendars! The El Dorado Hills Firefighters’ Association presents the 39th Annual Wine, Cheese & Brew Festival at 6 p.m., September 10 at the El Dorado Hills Old Golf Course. For more information, call 916-933-6623.
Congrats to local rock band JAXX! Members Alan Petterle, Jack Petterle, Nikkos Savas and Kyle Maxwell, all ages 14-16, stole the spotlight and took first place in the contemporary category at the 2011 JAMMIES at Crest Theatre. Way to go!
On August 20, The Cappuccino Cruisers will host Graffiti Night: Sizzling on Sutter Street, which will feature a tribute to the forefathers of car customizing, live music, raffles and more. Find out more at capcruz.com…Sutter Street Theatre is now casting for two upcoming shows this month. Auditions will be held July 10-11 for Cabaret, and July 17-18 for Narnia. For details, visit sutterstreettheatre.com.
The schedule of events for the 2011 Folsom Cyclebration on September 17-18 has been announced! The two-day event will include all levels of races. For more details, visit folsomcyclebration.com.
Three cheers to Disabled Sports USA Far West, a Sacramento-area non-profit organization, for its achievement as a winner of Toyota’s “100 Cars for Good” program. Over a 100-day span, Toyota will award 100 cars to 100 U.S. nonprofits. Disabled Sports USA Far West was selected from thousands of applications nationwide and chosen by a public vote!
Four local high school students took home top honors at the 15th Annual Teen Digital Reel Showcase held at the Crest Theatre in May. Folsom High School students Colton Stock and Joseph Targos won one of three awards in the “Action” category, and Vista Del Lago students Riley MacTaggart and Andrew Brainerd won one of two awards in the “Commercial Duet” category. Congrats! For more details, visit towerofyouth.org.
El Dorado Hills’ Hands4Hope held its Spring Food Bank Blitz in April; more than 200 volunteers spread awareness of hunger to shoppers at 10 local grocery stores, and more than 4,000 pounds of food and $10,400 in cash and gift cards was collected. For details on the next Blitz, visit hands4hopeyouth.org.
Folsom’s Gallery at 48 Natoma will open its “Pastels in Light” exhibit on July 15. Selected work from the Pastel Society of the West Coast will be highlighted, along with additional paintings to be judged by internationally known artist Marbo Barnard. For details, visit folsom.ca.us.
Voting for Style’s Annual Readers’ Choice Awards is going on now. Visit stylemg.com/rca to vote for your favorites!
That’s all for now, but check back next month for Style’s annual People and Their Pets feature issue!