The party’s at Palladio on Saturday September 6th, as over 20 wineries and breweries, 2 live bands and local restaurants converge to celebrate the Folsom Cordova Education Foundation’s 3rd annual Food for Thought fundraiser.
Hosted at the beautiful Palladio Mall in Folsom, the lineup for this year’s event is better than ever with excellent line up of wineries, breweries, and live entertainment.
Food for Thought is the flagship fundraising event for the Foundation, funds for programs like the Classroom Support Program which provides funds for teachers to fulfill classroom needs which traditional funding sources don’t cover. Last year, approximately $25,000 of requests were fulfilled through this program throughout the Folsom-Cordova district.
Tickets are available now at http://fft.sageapple.org/buy-tickets for $40. We also offer a designated driver ticket for $10.
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