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Heard Around Folsom – Cinco, Cars, and Cops

Posted on: May 4, 2018

cinco-de-mayo

Well folks, it’s Cinco de Mayo weekend, and the margaritas will be flowing. Lots of parties to choose from. Hacienda del Rio‘s got live bands from 5 to 10p in their parking lot… Powerhouse Pub‘s got Inspector 71 playing, with dj at Scarlet’s… Cantina Alley in Sac has a party goin’ on from 3 to midnight. Live bands… There’s Cinco de Old Sacto in Old Sacto, of course… and The Union in Roseville has a big one going on as well. Whereever you go, bring a designated driver or catch a Lyft. You don’t want to spend the rest of the night with the cops… Speaking of cops, you can meet up with them on friendlier terms at Folsom Police Foundation’s ‘Meat and Greet‘ barbecue. Meet Folsom’s finest, have a burger or a dog, check out some cool equipment, and your $10 donation goes to the Foundation’s youth programs… Also happening on the 5th is the Historic Murer House Foundation’s annual Italy on Wheels, featuring classic Italian cars and bikes, with pizza and Italian beer, too!… Work it all off Sunday at the 8th annual Great Scott Bike and Walk  event. Scott Road and the surrounding area will be closed from 8am to 3pm. Enjoy 30 miles of country roads on bike or on foot… Just another beautiful Folsom weekend. Be safe, and have a great one.

Cajun Night Returns! Michel Doucet with Tom Rigney and Flambeau

Posted on: January 17, 2018

Michael Doucet and Tom Rigney RGB FINAL

Two of the finest roots music fiddle players on the planet — Michael Doucet and Tom Rigney — are joining forces for a series of live performances in Northern California and making a stop at Harris Center in Folsom! Backed by Rigney’s hot band, Flambeau, the show will feature material from their critically acclaimed CD, “Cajun Fandango.” The disc received a Best of Beat nomination as Best Cajun Album of 2016, and was named one of the fifty best Louisiana albums by Offbeat Magazine.

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