Outtakes: Folsom and El Dorado Hills
Oct 04, 2017 01:40PM
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August 4 // Historic Folsom
At Historic Folsom’s fourth annual brewfest, attendees enjoyed unlimited tastings from 40 of America’s top breweries, food truck fare and live entertainment.
1 Rosario Rodriguez, Michele Raithel, Shaina L’Heureux and Jessica Thomas 2 Tom Rodacker and Tory Pacheco 3 Ridge Easton and Amanda Almas 4 Melanie Deibler and Hillary Ingram 5 Dustin Davis, Aaron and Franki Williams, Elaina Rinaldo and Thomas Carson 6 Lacy Greene, Sean Lemaster, Rick Caron, Mike Herd, Monica Machado and Marshall Crossan
Photos by Menka Belgal
Good Dog-Dirty Dog 5K Walk and Run
August 27 // Granite Beach, Folsom Lake
Proceeds from this fourth annual event benefited the Placer SPCA and California State Parks. Over 100 runners and walkers, plus their pups, came out to enjoy the scenic 5K course with Total Body Fitness and TBF Racing.
1 Marisol Azpeitia with Bowser 2 Nicole Ridgeway with Pebbles 3 Laurie Hom with Bailey; Allie Chow with Jax
Photos by Bill Driskill and Craig Devita
Buy a Day of Hope Charity Golf Tournament
August 14 // Serrano Country Club, El Dorado Hills
Golfers enjoyed live and silent auctions, raffle prizes, dinner and on-course games at this annual tournament that serves as El Dorado Hills Endowment’s primary fund-raiser. This year’s event raised a record $42,000, which will be distributed to the community through a competitive nonprofit grant process.
1 Andrea Howard and Gordon Lanigan 2 Nikki Smaglik and Lynnee Boyes 3 John Lewis, Steve Healy, Ken Futernick and Paul Zappettini
Photos courtesy of El Dorado Hills Endowment
August 19 // Downtown Sacramento
Attendees of all ages enjoyed this two-mile obstacle course that featured giant inflatables—including a Slip ‘n’ Slide and Adrenaline Rush—plus mud pits, foam tunnels, waterslides and more.
Photos courtesy of Folsom Parks and Recreation
The Color Run
August 5 // Raley Field, West Sacramento
The Color Run, also known as the “Happiest 5k on the Planet”—and the largest running series in the world—was a unique and exciting event that celebrated healthiness, happiness and individuality. The 5K, untimed race allowed thousands of participants to have the time of their life, as they were doused from head to toe in different colors at each kilometer.
Photos courtesy of The Color Run
Walk For Wishes
August 19 // State Capitol, Sacramento
This family-friendly three-mile or one-mile walk winded through Downtown Sacramento and benefited Make-A-Wish Northeastern California and Northern Nevada, which grants wishes to local children battling life-threatening medical conditions. This year’s event raised $160,000 and had 103 teams consisting of about 1,000 walkers.
1 Ashley and Dave Vanderpan 2 The Courtney family: Nicholas, Jayden, Chris, Christopher (wish child). Stefanie and Savannah 3 Erin, Lila and Ethan Dean (wish child) 4 Taylor Morrison Homes Team 5 The Vanderpan family: Dave, Anne, AJ, Cindy, Bryce, Ashley, Peyton, Del, Darrin and Karen with John Dods
Photos by Tia Gemmell