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Hometown Parade, Tito’s Tailgater, and the Folsom Pro Rodeo

Posted on: June 26, 2019

hometown parade

The 4th of July is fast approaching, and that’s when Folsom comes alive with family events, patriotism, and of course, the Folsom Pro Rodeo.

The signs, and flags are all over town, including the Johnny Cash Bridge.

First up is the Historic District’s HomeTown Parade.

Saturday, June 29, Located on Sutter Street from Scott St. to Reading St. Come on out for some good old fashioned fun with this hometown parade.  Ride here early on Light Rail (Free from any station from 7am-1pm) and enjoy a pancake breakfast fundraiser put on by the Rotary of Historic Folsom from 7:30am-9:30am at the amphitheater stage behind 200 Wool St. Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy a fun time with 50 local, fun entries in the parade. Set up those lawn chairs and show some Folsom Pride!

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Rainbow Bridge Closure and Celebration Info

Posted on: May 2, 2019

rainbow bridge centennial

Folsom’s iconic Rainbow Bridge is now 100 years, and the city is celebrating, with a series of events including a scavenger hunt, wine and food tasting, walking tours and more.

The bridge will be closed starting May 2 and 7pm, through Sunday May 5 at 7am for planned events.

From Folsom PD:

Rainbow Bridge will be closed on Greenback Lane from Folsom Auburn Road to Scott Road from 7 p.m. Thursday, May 2 through 7 a.m. Sunday, May 5.  Access to The Cliff House of Folsom Restaurant will remain open. Motorists are encouraged to take Lake Natoma Crossing to Natoma Street to Riley Street as an alternate route.

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