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Night of 1000 Pumpkins!

Posted on: October 24, 2014

1000 pumpkins

Don’t miss Night of 1000 Pumpkins tonight!

Join us for this 6th annual spooktacular Folsom tradition!  This one of a kind event features a large display of lit up carved pumpkins up and down Sutter Street, trick or treat at local merchants and family friendly Halloween movies outside under the stars on a giant movie screen!

Schedule 4 PM to 5:30 PM – Pumpkin drop off in front of 200 Wool Street. Please no early drop offs.

6 PM to 8 PM – Trick or Treat at local merchants. Look for the orange trick or treat sign on their door!

6 PM – Cynthia’s Dance Center performance at the outdoor amphitheater located behind 200 Wool Street.


Filed under: Events, Events, Stuff to Do

Question for Folsom Voters: Stay the Course or Stop the Growth?

Posted on: October 20, 2014

This article, submitted by journalism student Clifton Jones gives a brief look some of the primary issues facing the city:

FOLSOM, Calif.– With the Nov. 4 elections, less than a month away the city of Folsom is in the middle of a two-sided battle that looks to split the city and its citizens apart.

One side wants to keep Folsom the way the way it is, like challenging City Council candidates Jennifer M. Lane, Chad Vander Veen and Sandra Lunceford.

While on the other side, there is the group of the other candidates, the incumbents.

City Mayor Kerri Howell, Councilmember Steve Miklos and Councilmember Andy Morin want to continue to expand and build more housing and businesses.