The Folsom Historic District merchants are getting together for the first ‘Late Night Date Night’ event, this Friday, February 3rd.
Similar to the old Art Walk events, various merchants will feature discounts, refreshments, art displays and music.
Official hours are 5pm to 8pm, with restaurants and bars open later, and if you find yourself out past midnight, know that the Sutter Street Taqueria will be open until 2am!
Come on down, bring a date and enjoy the beautiful Folsom Historic District.
Free parking in the garage at 905 Leidesdorff.
For more information, call 916-985-7452 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
In response to concerns raised by Historic District residents and their supporters, the Folsom City Council recently designated the district an ‘Entertainment District’ and enacted new regulations to control the hours of live entertainment, and to hopefully cut down on the noise and other problems associated with late night partying.
This move was hailed by some, who say ‘it’s about time’, while others think it doesn’t go far enough, as it still allows partying and live music in what is also a residential area. Some residents don’t like the idea of their neighborhood being called an ‘entertainment’ district. Still, something had to be done.
Murray Weaver, owner of the district’s largest and most popular entertainment venue, the Powerhouse Pub, arguably has the most to gain and lose as the Historic District gains in (more…)