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Goings on in the Folsom & El Dorado Hills areas

Aug 01, 2012 09:41AM, Published by Style, Categories: In Print




Three Stages will offer hundreds of great performances this 2012-13 season. Beginning this month and concluding in June 2013, performers like Branford Marsalis, the Vienna Boys Choir and the China National Symphony Orchestra will grace the stage. This month, check out “Weird Al” Yankovic (August 10-11), The Manhattan Transfer (performing as part of a black-tie benefit for the Folsom Lake College Foundation) on August 18, and the enigmatic singer-songwriter Madeleine Peyroux (August 23).

Now is the time for Greater Folsom-area moms to clean out and cash in on their children’s outgrown and unused clothing, toys and equipment. At the Just Between Friends Children’s & Maternity Consignment sales event, August 17-19, at the Folsom Sports Complex, consignors can expect to make up to 70 percent on sales! Hours are Friday and Saturday , 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sunday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more information, visit jbfsale.com.

Do you love animals, children and making a difference in the lives of others? If so, consider becoming a Folsom Zoo docent. Docents help host school tours and other ongoing zoo activities. Interested persons must be 21 and over. The training class series is $40 and includes a manual and nametag. For more information, call 916-351-3513.

Congratulations to Style contributing writer Abigail Blank on the upcoming release of her sci-fi romance novel, Frozen Heart. The book, written under the pseudonym Annabelle Blume, will be available August 7 at inkspellpublishing.com, amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com.

If you’re 55 years or older and often feel grief, lonely/isolated, tired, sad or stressed, then call Senior Peer Counseling of El Dorado County at 530-621-6304 to schedule a free counseling session.

On July 1, fees at Folsom Lake and Auburn State Recreation Areas were raised to help alleviate state park budget cuts. Notable fee increases include $2 more for power boat launches at Folsom Lake, Lake Natoma and Lower Lake Clementine (now $10), and a $3 increase for camping at Beal’s Point (now $33, or $28 on non-peak nights).

Get your live music fix every Wednesday night at El Dorado Hills Town Center’s Live on the Boulevard summer concert series. This month’s performers include new country band Road 88 (August 2), Huey Lewis tribute band Super Huey (August 9), pop/rock cover band Todd Morgan & The Emblems (August 16), blues and rock guitarist Brad Wilson (August 23) and Johnny Cash tribute band The Rhythm Riders (August 30). Concerts begin at 6 p.m. at the Stephen Young Amphitheater; guests can set up chairs and their picnic baskets after 4 p.m.

Congratulations to Mercy Hospital of Folsom for their recent designation as a Primary Stroke Center by the Joint Commission.


What’s Happening at Palladio at Broadstone?

Folsom residents can now savor the award-winning menu from Chops Steak Seafood & Bar. Like its downtown Sacramento counterpart, the restaurant specializes in classic Midwestern corn-fed, dry-aged prime beef and fresh seafood. Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill has opened its doors. The dining franchise, named after Keith’s hit song, serves home-style American fare, including chicken fried steak, “freedom fries” and cowboy caviar (black-eyed peas). Come relax at the newly opened Nail Palazzo; their soothing atmosphere and service menu promise to please.


That’s all for this month, but check back in September for Style’s annual Art & Wine feature!


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