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Folsom Hometown Parade Saturday

Posted on: June 29, 2018

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Located on Sutter Street from Scott St. down to Reading St. Enjoy The Ophir Prison Band, The Pony Express, Soap Box Derby Cars, wild west groups, vintage fire & police vehicles, horses, clubs and much more! Come on out for some good old fashioned fun!

Parade begins at 9:30am and will end approximately 10:30am. Festivities in District to follow:

Island of Black and White performing at Hacienda Lot until 1:30pm

Wild West reenactment on the 700 block at 11:30pm and 12:30pm

John Wayne (Jeff Sutherland) and other characters throughout the district.

Ophir Prison Band performing in the parade and after the parade at the amphitheater.

Parade Grand Marshal- Mayor Steve Miklos

Come out and show your LOVE for our HOMETOWN!

Park at 905 Leidesdorff St – $2.00 parking donation towards events in Historic Folsom.

To be in the parade or to get more information email: info@historicfolsom.org

The Folsom Historic District Association wishes to thank these generous sponsors:  Bayside Church, Sundance Montessori School, Style Magazine, Folsom Telegraph, Welk Resorts, My Kids Dentist and Orthodontics, El Dorado Hills Sports Club & Broadstone Racquet Club, Studio 33 and Tahoe Sound

Folsom’s Roundhouse, featuring Scott’s Seafood and Willamette Wine Works Coming Soon

Posted on: February 22, 2018

Scotts Seafood

A project over 10 years in the making, the Folsom Round House is finally taking shape.

This mixed-use building is the brainchild of developer Jerry Bernau, and is part of the multi-phase project known as Historic Folsom Station, known locally as ‘the Railroad Block’.

The first phase was the public parking garage, followed by the building of the hardscape, landscape and amphitheater.

The round house will feature the first commercial operations on the railroad block, Scott’s Seafood and Willamette Wineworks.

Scott’s, a local favorite, will be moving from their current spot 9611 Greenback Lane.

Willamette Wineworks, as the name implies, is a winery from the Willamette Valley in Oregon. This outpost will feature food and wine pairings, as well as custom blending experiences.  The company was founded by Jim Bernau, Jerry’s brother.

This project promises to drive additional visitors and visitor dollars to Folsom’s Historic District, to the benefit of local merchants.

If all goes well, the building could be complete by this summer.  I’m looking forward to it!