september 2014

DINING • GAMING • SHOPPING • GOLFING • ATTRACTI ONS
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Blue Man Group
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Folsom Live
Oktoberfest
Skinny Cocktails
Folsom Zoo Fundraiser
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GALA CONCERT
featuring
Di Wu & Adrian Daurov
Saturday, September 27th, 2014
7:00pm at the Harris Center for the Arts
Early Bird/Seniors/Students pricing available.
For tickets go to: www.ClassicalMasterMusicFestival.org or
www.HarrisCenter.net or call the Harris Center ticket ofce at 916.608.6888
Three Stages at Folsom Lake College
10 College Parkway • Folsom, CA 95630
MUSIC FESTIVAL
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M
y favorite time of the year is when the
leaves turn bright, colorful shades of red
and yellow, and
the weather cools to a
comfortable temperature.
Yes, fall is my favorite
time of the year.
This month we have
included a variety of
entertainment ideas,
fundraisers and events for
you to enjoy throughout
the season.
The Harris Center at
Folsom Lake College
has kicked off their new
season and will showcase a variety of national
touring productions. Get a glimpse of the new
season inside.
After a decade-long absence, the Friends of
the Folsom Zoo Sanctuary decided to bring back
the popular Growl, Howl and Wine fundraiser
benefiting the Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary. Those
attending will even get to enjoy a special meet-
and-greet with a few of the zoo’s furry friends.
Read more inside on this fundraiser.
For those looking for more of an evening out
in the vineyards of El Dorado County, Madrona
Vineyards in Camino will celebrate their harvest
with their annual Harvest Dinner from 6-10 p.m.,
Saturday, Sept. 6. Winemaker Paul Bush will be on
hand to discuss this year’s harvest.
More of a beer lover? Guten Tag! The annual
Placerville Oktoberfest returns to Main Street from
3-8 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 20, for another traditional
celebration. Why is Oktoberfest celebrated in
September? Because this event starts the same
day the Munich Oktoberfest begins in Germany.
Read all about the event inside – and while there
don’t forget to check out the annual wiener dog
races.
This month I also explored the region to find
low-calorie cocktails to enjoy this fall. I visited
The Purple Place Bar & Grill in El Dorado Hills,
Skipolini’s in Folsom and FLB Entertainment
Center in Folsom. Read more on my top choices
inside.
I hope to see everyone out and about this fall!
Laura Newell

happy fall
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Blue Man Group 4
Day Trip - Salt Point Park 26
Placerville Oktoberfest 10
Harvest Days for Wineries 11
Signature Drinks: Skinny Cocktails 14
Restuarant - Bacchus House 16
“An Evening Under the Stars” 5
Sacramento Air Show 7
Folsom Live 8
Calendar of Events 30
Folsom Zoo Fundraiser 20
Antique Evaluation Day 21
Antique Fair 22
Antique Fair 23
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in Cirque Peking; and the center’s annual show of
illusions called “It’s Magic” featuring a rotating line-
up of magicians and produced by the Magic Castle’s
Milt Larsen.
For youngsters, California Theatre Center will also
be back with a series of family friendly theatrical
productions for young people based on popular
fairy tales and children’s stories.
According to Pier, a 32-page fall season brochure,
as well as tickets, are available through the Harris
Center ticket office at (916) 608-6888.
Tickets and more event information is available
online at www.HarrisCenter.net.
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his fall people around the region can spend
their evenings watching a variety of national
touring productions, as the new season opens
for the Harris Center in Folsom.
“Once again, we have an incredible lineup of
shows coming to the Harris Center,” said Dave Pier,
Harris Center executive director. “For the Folsom
Live weekend in September we have the National
Acrobats of China from Beijing – they are amazing
and great fun for the entire family. Lots of other
family shows are in the schedule as well, including
the National Tour of Disney’s ‘Beauty and the Beast’
which will visit for a week in November; it will be
fantastic to see this popular musical up close in our
intimate theater. In October, Rosanne Cash will be
back performing music from her acclaimed new
album, as well as to celebrate the grand opening of
the new Johnny Cash trail in Folsom.”
Pier said with the new variety of shows coming to
Folsom, people need to buy tickets early.
“Overall, we’ll have over 400 events at the center
again this year, really something for everyone – jazz,
country, rock, classical, dance, theatre and lots of
popular Broadway shows like ‘Mamma Mia!’” Pier
said. “To avoid disappointment, people should be
sure to get their tickets early – some shows, like
Blue Man Group and the Preservation Hall Jazz
Band, are already nearly sold out.”
The new season includes the national tours of
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celebrated Broadway productions such as “Smokey
Joe’s Café,” Jekyll & Hyde, Buddy - The Buddy
Holly Story and the new Tony award winning musical
comedy, “Nice Work if You Can Get It,” featuring
the music and lyrics of George and Ira Gershwin.
Classical music is well represented and includes
concerts by the St. Petersburg State Symphony
Orchestra with acclaimed pianist Andrei Gavrilov,
the National Symphony Orchestra of Mexico,
the Prague Philharmonic Choir, and an evening
of Baroque music featuring Branford Marsalis
performing with the Philadelphia Chamber
Orchestra. Pianist Jeffrey Siegel will also be
returning with four Keyboard Conversations
programs.
The Center’s tradition of presenting great dance
companies from around the world continues in the
2014/2015 season, Pier said.
World dance presentations include Tango Buenos
Aires, Trinity Irish Dancers and the Royal Ballet of
Cambodia. Visiting ballet companies include San
Francisco’s Smuin Ballet; the Russian National Ballet
Theatre performing “Romeo and Juliet,” “Don
Quixote” and “Giselle;” and a return of the Moscow
Classical Ballet in its annual North American tour of
“The Nutcracker” for the holidays.
In addition to Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast,”
other family shows include The Blue Man Group; the
National Acrobats of the People’s Republic of China
Beauty and the Beast
Mama Mia
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he Folsom Symphony and music director
Peter Jaffe will hold a benefit gala to
support children’s music education.
An “Evening Under the Stars” will be held
at 6 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 27, at Palazzo di
Migianella in El Dorado Hills surrounded by
rolling terrain, vineyards and sweeping vistas.
According to Anson Wong, with the Folsom
Symphony, guests will enjoy a gourmet meal,
local wines, a live band, performances by
symphony musicians and the opportunity to
bid on auction items.
The evening’s hosts will be Marie Mitchell,
who is opening her Italian-style estate, Palazzo
di Migianella, for this event, and Tony Mansour,
owner of the Mansour Co., the developer of
El Dorado Hills and the Town Center. Masters
of Ceremonies will be local celebrities Cristina
Mendonsa and Roger Niello.
“Most important, this gala will enable the
symphony to expand its music outreach to
children,” Wong said. “As school districts have
dealt with budget cuts, funds for teaching the
arts have shrunk. Yet studies show engaging
children in a variety of music experiences
heightens their motivation to learn and
enhances creativity and critical thinking.”
Wong said the symphony’s goal is to expose
more children to music, especially classical
music, and step in where the schools have
been forced to step out.
The funds raised will help the symphony
expand its outreach in five areas, including free
or low-cost family concerts, student night at the
symphony for students in grades third through
12, music in the schools by funding small
An “Evening Under the Stars” will be held at 6 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 27, at Palazzo di Migianella in El Dorado
Hills. The Folsom Symphony begins its 11th season in October under the baton of a new music director.
ensembles to acquaint students with orchestra
instruments and excite them about classical
music, special guest student performers to
accompany the symphony and in partnership
with the Folsom Cordova Unified School
District, the symphony hosts underprivileged
kids to a free night at the symphony. This
opportunity, and others, will be available to
more school children.
Gala tickets are $250, which includes valet
parking. This event is black tie optional.
The Folsom Symphony begins its 11th
season in October under the baton of a new
music director, Peter Jaffe.
For more information about the symphony
or benefit gala, call (916) 357-6718, e-mail info@
folsomsymphony.com or visit folsomsymphony.
com.
by laura newell / entertainer
symphonyholds
‘eveningunderthestars’
KNOW AND GO
What: Folsom Symphony’s “Evening Under
the Stars”
When: 6 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 27
Where: Palazzo di Migianella in El Dorado Hills
Cost: $250
Info: folsomsymphony.com
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ENTERTAINMENT
The ultimate family adventure returns to Sacramento this September
along with fan favorite, the U.S. Air Force F-22 Raptor Jet
Demonstration Team.
The annual California Capital Airshow, presented by
Sacramento County, will feature the U.S. Air Force (USAF)
Air Combat Command F-22 Raptor Demonstration Team
as well as its roster of awe-inspiring performers, aircraft and
interactive exhibits for the 2014 show scheduled Sept. 6-7, at Mather
Airport.
According to event officials, even when sitting idle on the ground, the
F-22 Raptor is intimidating, and once on the move, it simply defies the laws
of physics. Unmatched by any known or projected aircraft, the world’s only
operational stealth fighter was designed to guarantee U.S. air dominance for
the next 40 years.
“You won’t believe your skies. No matter what aircraft is screaming over
Mather Airport, it is always thrilling, but more importantly, it’s an experience. You
won’t want to miss it,” said Darcy Brewer, executive director of the California
Capital Airshow. “The Airshow is an event for the whole family, providing young
people with endless exhibits and interactive displays exploring the world of
aviation and the many opportunities in science, technology, engineering and
math related fields. CCA fans will be inspired as they watch the skies come alive,
meet and greet the pilots and crew and explore historic aircraft along the ramp
and so much more.”
The Harrier Jump Jet will render fans speechless, officials said. Arguably, one
of the greatest breakthroughs in aircraft technology, the Harrier Jump Jet is
capable of vertical takeoffs and landings, providing the U.S. Marine Corps with
mobility, flexibility and firepower.
The Patriots Jet Demonstration Team will also return with their signature high-
flying action, officials said. Characterized by fast-paced formation flying, six-
ship diamond formation aerobatic maneuvers, and
computerized red, white and blue smoke system,
the Patriots will rock the skies of Sacramento.
The show will also showcase “Stars & Stripes
Forever,” a salute to veterans. Attendees will
step back in time with an authentic theatrical
production featuring professional military re-
enactors, parade of vintage warbirds,
live USO-style music, costumes
and pyrotechnics.
According to officials, 2014 is
the 70th anniversary of D-Day and the colorful tribute
will be a fitting way to honor one of the most important
events of the 20th century while showing gratitude to the
men and women who have and continue to serve and sacrifice
in order to provide the freedoms of today.
The airshow will showcase world-renowned aerobatic performers,
warbirds and vintage aircraft.
“Airshow fans will enjoy an action packed weekend both on the ground
and in the air,” Brewer said. “Every gravity-defying maneuver, fly-over and
aerobatic performance will leave you speechless. It’s going to be an incredible
show.”
Established in 2004, the California Capital Airshow has become one of the
largest shows in the nation. It is an exciting and family-friendly non-profit
regional event designed to honor the Sacramento region’s rich aviation heritage
and veterans while inspiring young people to pursue education and careers in
the areas of science, technology, engineering, math, aviation, aeronautics or
aerospace.
For more information and tickets, visit www.californiacapitalairshow.com.
by staff / entertainer
KNOW AND GO
What: California Capital Airshow
When: Sept. 6-7
Where: Mather Airport,
10425 Norden Ave., Mather
Info and tickets: californiacapitalairshow.
com
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olsom’s largest outdoor music festival, Folsom Live, appears to be
getting better with age.
This year’s Sept. 20 bash will mark a decade of dancing in the streets.
According to event organizers, dozens of bands will perform on indoor
and outdoor stages.
Gates open at 5 p.m. Ride Regional Transit or local shuttles free with
ticket purchase. Folsom Live is presented by Coors Light and the Folsom
Automall.
Many hotels in the region are offering lodging packages which include
easy access to shuttles and hot breakfast.
Mary Ann McAlea, director of the Folsom Tourism Bureau, is one of the
event organizers. She said they are looking forward to this year’s event.
“We are going to create Folsom’s biggest dance floor,” she said. “We
thought, ‘What can make Folsom’s party of the year better?’ A dance floor.”
She said music and entertainment is really the centerpiece of Folsom Live.
“We have a very diverse lineup with some returning favorites and some
new acts,” McAlea said. “We’re particularly excited about welcoming Lukas
Nelson back to Folsom and have worked harder to showcase up-and-
coming local bands, which is one of our goals.”
Another new band is Who’s Bad, a Michael Jackson tribute.
“It has a lot of elements to it,” she said. “It should be really exciting.”
Tickets will be packaged or sold individually.
“There will be a party pack, featuring four tickets, and we had such a
strong response last year for the rock-star category since it sold out. This
year we added inventory to the rock-star category and they will have
streamlined entrance, their own restrooms and a separate bar,” she said.
Wear comfortable shoes and enjoy the music. Shuttles are usually
available from pre-designated parking areas such as Wal-Mart on Riley
Street. See FolsomLive.com for more details.
Folsom gets lively
Lukas Nelson
& The
Promise of
the Real
Love Fool
ENTERTAINMENT
Garratt Wilkin
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THE LINEUP
Lukas Nelson & The Promise
of the Real
Auto Replay
Midnight Players
Garratt Wilkin
Rhythm Vandals
Love Fool
Who’s Bad
California Surf
Daniel Castro Band
Chris Gardner Band
ENTERTAINMENT
Midnight Players
Who’s Bad
California Surf
Auto Replay
Rhythm Vandals
Daniel Castro Band
Chris Gardner Band
KNOW & GO
What: Folsom Live
When: 5 p.m., Sept. 20
Where: Folsom Historic District,
Sutter Street
Tickets: Folsom Chamber of
Commerce, 200 Wool St., Folsom
Cost: Varies, see website or call
Online: FolsomLive.com
Phone: (916) 985-5555
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ENTERTAINMENT
T
he annual Placerville Oktoberfest returns to Main Street this month for
another traditional celebration.
Modeled after the largest folk festival in the world, the Placerville
Oktoberfest will take place from 3-8 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 20 – the same day the
Munich Oktoberfest begins. According to officials, Jeff Winzeler, from The Wine
Smith on Main Street, is stepping in again as this year’s Burgermeister or honorary
mayor. He will assist with the traditional “tapping of the keg” at the beginning
of the event and the announcing duties for the various contests and activities.
Attendees are encouraged to participate in events and come in costume, so get
out those lederhosen and dirndl skirts, said Lisa Crummett, with the Placerville
Downtown Association.
The annual wiener dog races will also take place at this year’s event, Crummett
said.
Races will be conducted in a series of heats, with the championship heat being
featured for the finale.
There will be space for 64 dogs in the race. To enter your wiener dog, download
the Registration Form at www.placervilledowntown.org/events_info/2014_
Oktoberfest.html.
According to Crummett, a portion of the proceeds from this fundraising activity
will benefit the Sierra Pacific Great Pyrenees dog rescue organization.
The Oktoberfest celebration will also feature a Hot Dog Eating Contest for and
a Kid’s Pie Eating Contest, with the pies donated by a local business.
According to Crummett, kids can also try their skills in some old fashioned
games including a Bean Bag Toss and Conk the Can.
Adult games include a Mighty Mug Contest and a Pint Chugging Contest,
Crummett said.
Entertainment will be provided by the Grand Isle Fire Brigade Band, playing
traditional German favorites, including the Chicken Dance. Two local dance
groups will also be entertaining the crowd during the festival.
To keep the tradition alive, Crummett said the Oktoberfest will include authentic
German beer, bratwurst, pretzels and strudel.
Special pre-event commemorative pint glasses, plus one beer ticket are on sale
now, while supplies last, for $8 each at The Wine Smith in Placerville.
For more information, visit placerville-downtown.org.
The annual Placerville
Oktoberfest will
be from 3-8 p.m.,
Saturday, Sept. 20,
on Historic Main
Street in Placerville.
The wiener dog
races will take
place again at
the Placerville
Oktoberfest.
Courtesy
photos
by laura newell / entertainer
gutentag!
KNOW AND GO
What: Placerville Oktoberfest
When: 3-8 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 20
Where: Historic Main Street
More Info: placerville-downtown.org
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FOOD & WINE
During the harvest dinner, people can taste the
grapes in the Madrona vineyards.
tastethe
harvest
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s summer comes to an end, with fall beginning on Tuesday, Sept. 23, El
Dorado County wineries are celebrating their most cherished time of the
year – the harvest.
Madrona Vineyards in Camino is celebrating with their annual Harvest Dinner
from 6-10 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 6, surrounded by their vineyards.
“The harvest for us is when the grapes hit maturity and we go through and
handpick the grapes,” said Paul Bush, co-owner and winemaker. “There is
a window of opportunity for when you can handpick the grapes for wine to
best showcase and express the region. So this is probably the most important
decision that I make as a winemaker during the year. It really is the picking
decision that determines the style of wine.”
Bush explained when grapes are picked at maturity, not when ripe, every
region will have a different flavor or style of wine to best express their region.
“It’s an exceptional time for people to go wine tasting in the region because it
allows wine tasters to come up and actually taste the berries,” Bush said. “It is a
great time for both new and experienced wine tasters to come and experience
our region’s full expression. When grapes are picked at maturity, they best
express our soil and climate of the El Dorado County region.”
Bush said this year looks to be an exceptional year for El Dorado County wine
because the weather was warm, but not extremely hot.
“It looks like a great harvest this year,” he said. “I know this year will produce
some wonderful wine. The weather has been outstanding for grapes allowing
for very nice, even maturity.”
The harvest dinner will include live music from 6-10 p.m., by the five-piece jazz
band, tri tones.
Dinner will include a variety of appetizers, harvest salad, barbecue baby back
ribs, roasted sweet potatoes, gilled vegetable medley and cornbread with
honey butter. Dessert will include apple/pear crisp with ginger cream.
“Our harvest dinner is a celebration that’s held under the huge oaks in our
vineyard,” Bush said. “We encourage people to go out and taste the grapes
and get a feel of the sense of completion for the year and a sense of something
starting – our wine.”
He said as a winemaker, this is an opportunity to show people the true sense
of farm life that surrounds wine.
“This is a chance for us to teach people what we do here and allows us to
go back to our roots to educate about the farming life of wine,” he said. “This
night is about the overall feeling of being in harvest.”
For more information, visit madronavineyards.com.
KNOW AND GO
What: Harvest Dinner
When: 6-10 p.m.,
Saturday, Sept. 6
Where: Madrona Vineyards,
2560 High Hill Road, Camino
Info: madronavineyards.com
Madrona Vineyards will celebrate with harvest
season with their annual Harvest Dinner from 6-10
p.m., Saturday, Sept. 6.
The harvest dinner will include live music from 6-10
p.m. by the five-piece jazz band, tri tones.
Courtesy photos
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Signature Drink: Partida Margarita
Ingredients: Partida Tequila, agave nectar, freshly
squeezed juice from one full lime, half of a lemon and
half of an orange. This margarita can be enjoyed with or
without salt and is garnished with a lime slice.
Location: The Purple Place Bar & Grill,
363 Green Valley Road, El Dorado Hills
Description: Created by bartender Rodrigo Serrano, this
ultimate skinny margarita also known as a “RodrigoRita”
offers the best citrus flavors mixed with Partida Tequila.
This light, fresh margarita is perfect
to sip on the patio this fall.
Signature Drink: Strawberry Linen
Ingredients: Premium vodka or gin, St-Germaine
Elderflower Liqueur, fresh lemon juice, diet Sierra
Mist, Club Soda, mint leaves and sliced strawberries
and garnish with lemon wheel and straw
Location: Skipolini’s, 191 Blue Ravine Road, Folsom
Description: Created by bartender Jason Walisa,
this skinny cocktail offers fresh flavors without the
extra calories. The refreshing cocktail pairs well
with Skipolini’s small bites for those looking for an
evening snack on the patio.
Signature Drink:
Scotch Stumbler
Ingredients: Dewar’s White label, Agave
Sweet and Sour, simple syrup, two sprigs
of mint, club soda, lemon squeeze and
garnished with a lemon wedge and mint.
Location: FLB Entertainment Center,
511 E. Bidwell St., Folsom
Description: This Scotch Stumbler, at
155 calories, is one of the new feature
cocktails FLB Sports Bar owners will
also have for their new sports bar and
restaurant location opening in Cameron
Park called Wally’s Pizza Bar. This drink
can also be made for a diabetic by
taking out the simple syrup, and it drops
to only 135 calories.
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Folsom, CA 95630
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1004 E. Bidwell St. #100
Folsom
(916) 984-7500
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W
alking into Bacchus House Wine Bar &
Bistro, previously Bidwell Street Bistro,
visitors will take in a warm, Tuscan feeling,
looking to the Roman God of wine – Bacchus.
“Our restaurant is decorated with imported Italian
stone-tile tables and authentic bistro chairs, while
maintaining the intimate and unassuming ambiance
of a true gem of a Tuscan wine bar and bistro in
beautiful Folsom,” said Proprietor Eric Adams, of
Roseville.
The design also includes rustic colors and ceiling
decorations created by Mario Arts to complete the
Tuscan ambiance.
The bistro opened three months ago and is now
working on construction of a new front patio after
finishing the redesign inside.
“It’s been a lot of fun,” Adams said. “Not only
from a new menu standpoint, but also from a new
atmosphere standpoint. We want to make this a
wonderful transition for our community.”
Prior to opening the bistro, Adams worked with
Executive Chef Victor Octavio planning high-end
events and weddings. The partners have worked in
the business for nearly 30 years.
“Before, we were taking the restaurant to you,”
Adams said. “Now we are mainly focusing on our
new restaurant. This restaurant is a dream come true
for us. We are so lucky to have our restaurant open
right here in our own backyard. This has been a goal
of mine for years.”
Tues-Fri: 4 - 7pm • Sat: 5 - 7pm Tues-Fri: 4 - 7pm • Sat: 5 - 7pm
1004 E. Bidwell Street #100
Folsom, CA 95630
916.984.7500
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Adams said customers can look forward to the
bistro’s Sunday Champagne Brunch in September,
both inside the bistro and outside on the newly
constructed front patio.
The restaurant also features a shaded side patio,
a bar and a private backroom with a grand piano and
dining seating.
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cherry tomatoes and spinach.
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piano in the private dinning room in the restaurant.
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Q. What is your signature menu item?
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Q. What kind of atmosphere does your restaurant
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Q. Do you offer anything special for your
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We also have $10 wine fights everyday. Our wine
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Owner Eric Adams recently opened Bacchus House
Wine Bar & Bistro at 1004 E. Bidwell St. in Folsom.
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T
he Growl, Howl and Wine fundraiser
benefiting the Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary
will return to Folsom this year after a
decade-long absence.
“This was a very popular fundraiser for us
previously,” said Jill Lute, senior zoo keeper.
“So after 10 years, we decided to bring the
fundraiser back because the community
continually requested for it to return.”
All proceeds benefit the Friends of the Folsom
Zoo Sanctuary, a non-profit organization which
assists in the support and development of the
Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary.
Growl, Howl and Wine will be from 6-9 p.m.,
Saturday, Sept. 6, at the Folsom Community
Center.
The event will feature local wineries, micro-
brewers and restaurants along with a few zoo
animal friends.
“We will bring small mammals, birds and
reptiles for a special meet-and-greet at the
beginning of the fundraiser,” Lute said.
The event will also include a silent and live
auction and raffle prizes.
Tickets are $35 in advance or $40 at the door.
For more information and tickets, visit www.
folsomzoofriends.org.
The event will feature local
wineries, micro-brewers
and restaurants along with
a few zoo animal friends,
including small mammals,
birds and reptiles.
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KNOW AND GO
What: Growl, Howl and Wine fundraiser
When: 6-9 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 6
Where: Folsom Community Center, 52
Natoma St., Folsom
Cost: $35 in advance, $40 at the door
Info: www.folsomzoofriends.org
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KNOW AND GO
What: Antique Evaluation Day
When: 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 6
Where: Sutter Street, Folsom
Info: (916) 985-2707
Gary Cox appraises items at a previous Folsom History Museum’s Evaluation Day.
A
ntiques enthusiasts are invited to bring
family treasures and garage sale finds for
an informal evaluation and identification
this month at the annual Antique Evaluation Day.
In its 17
th
year, the event will be from 10 a.m.-1
p.m., on Saturday, Sept. 6, on Sutter Street in
Folsom.
“An impressive team of volunteer appraisers,
covering a wide range of specialties, will
offer collectors a unique opportunity to learn
more about their antiques and collectibles,”
said Carole Berry, Evaluation Day committee
volunteer. “Appraisers will draw on years of
experience in providing an estimate of current
market value as well as a verbal identification
and evaluation of pieces.”
This year’s team of volunteer appraisers
includes Randall Abbott, specializing in Asian
and Middle Eastern Arts and Antiques; Mark
Baker, specializing in paper ephemera, post
cards, correspondence and letters, vintage
photos, historical documents and stamp
collections. Appraiser Gary Cox will also be
on hand specializing in collectibles, furniture,
China and political items. Other appraisers
include Jerome Evans, specializing in Tribal
Art, including American Indian, African and
Oceanic Art; Sylvia Fitzgerald, specializing in
art glass, porcelains, paintings sterling silver;
Robert Flaherty, specializing in firearms, military
memorabilia; Nick Nicholson, specializing in
stringed musical instruments and U.S. coins and
Dawn Licker, specializing in quilts.
“This year’s Evaluation Day is made possible
with support from The Folsom Telegraph,
Folsom Lake Bank, The Folsom Chamber of
Commerce, Folsom Rotary Annes and Andy, The
Rotary Club of Folsom and Karen’s Bakery Café,”
Berry said.
Berry said there is no limit on the number of
items that may be presented for evaluation.
Photographs with dimensions of oversized items
may be submitted for evaluation, she said.
A donation of $8 per item or $35 for five items,
will be accepted by the Folsom History Museum.
All proceeds go to support programs of the
museum.
For more information, call the Folsom History
Museum at (916) 985-2707 or visit the museum at
823 Sutter St., Folsom.
Collectors register for
evaluations at Folsom
History Museum’s
Evaluation Day.
Courtesy photos
by laura newell / entertainer
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Cast Iron cookware is a popular fnd with
collectors at the annual Folsom Antique Fair.
A
ntique enthusiasts from around the region will fock to the annual
Folsom Historic District Association’s Fall Antique Fair this month.
In its 47
th
year, the fair will take place from 8 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday,
Sept. 13, along Sutter Street in Folsom.
“Thousands of shoppers will fll the four-block Historic District for this
popular regional event featuring more than 150 booths with a wide range
of antique and collectible merchandise,” said Carole Berry, Evaluation Day
committee volunteer.
Merchandise includes glass, china, pottery and porcelain; American
and European furniture; country and primitives; repurposed and shabby
chic; estate and vintage jewelry; paper collectibles; prints and paintings;
clothing and textiles; silver and silverplate; cast iron cookware; sports and
movie memorabilia and hand-crank phonographs and records.
According to Berry, the event will also feature food vendors and live
entertainment throughout the four blocks of Sutter Street. Historic District
businesses will also offer a wide selection of merchandise, food and
services throughout the day.
Local favorites Proxy, featuring hits from the 60s to present, will perform
from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Sutter and Decatur streets and Oscar
Reynolds, Bolivian master futist, will perform all day near Hampton’s.
Antique appraisals of family treasures or garage-sale fnds will be offered
by appraiser Gary Cox.
According to Berry, Cox is well known for his work with the Crocker
Museum, KVIE’s Central Valley Chronicles and the Folsom History Museum.
Verbal appraisals are $10 per item or three for $25. Appraisals will be
available from 7 a.m.-2 p.m., near the Folsom History Museum.
For more information, call (530) 241-4063 or (916) 985-7452 or visit www.
historicfolsom.org.
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by laura newell / entertainer
Bolivian
master
futist Oscar
Reynolds will
perform at
the annual
Folsom
Antique Fair
on Saturday,
Sept. 13.
Courtesy
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electricityfair
to highlight Folsom
Powerhouse State Historic
Park, educate children
T
he Folsom Powerhouse State Historic Park will be hosting the annual Electricity Fair to highlight one
of the world’s oldest hydroelectric facilities.
For the third year, the Electricity Fair will offer a variety of exhibits and demonstrations intended to
highlight Folsom’s historic site.
The free fair is from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 6, at 9980 Greenback Lane, Folsom.
According to Karen Polastri, Friends of the Folsom Powerhouse volunteer, interactive activities at the fair
include experiments with the Electricity Guy and science projects such as building a circuit with solar power,
baking with solar power and making a
solar medallion necklace.
The Electricity Fair will feature
electric cars on display and energy
saving technologies. Attendants can
also take a tour through Folsom’s
historic Powerhouse and the Visitor’s
Center.
Food and beverages will be on sale
at the PowerDog trailer courtesy of
the Friends of the Folsom Powerhouse
Association, Polastri said.
Event parking is available in the City
of Folsom lots on Scott Street.
The Electricity Fair is presented in
partnership with California State Parks,
Friends of the Folsom Powerhouse
Association, Friends of Lakes Folsom
and Natoma, SMU, and SacEV.org.
For more information, call (916) 985-
4843.
The Electricity Fair is from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 6, at 9980 Greenback Lane, Folsom, to
highlight one of the world’s oldest hydroelectric facilities. Powerhouse volunteers lead tours throughout
the day for hundreds of fourth and eighth grade students and families.
photos and story by laura newell / entertainer
Did you know?
Information provided by Folsom
Powerhouse State Historic Park officials
The Folsom Powerhouse is part of a colorful
chapter of Sacramento history and is also an
example of the advance in the commercial
application of electricity.
After coming to California in search of gold,
Maine native Horatio Livermore realized
the water of the American River could turn
generators for electricity in Sacramento, 22
miles downstream.
Livermore bought 9,000 acres of land, gaining
river rights. In 1880, he donated nearly 350
acres to the state prison board in exchange for
convict labor. In October 1889, prison inmates
began construction on Folsom’s first dam. On
Jan. 16, 1893, water was diverted from the
American River and the prison powerhouse
became operative.
Two years later, Livermore built the Folsom
Powerhouse, which eventually replaced the
smaller prison powerhouse.
On July 13, 1895, the Folsom Powerhouse
successfully transmitted electricity 22 miles
to a power substation in Sacramento. The
powerhouse was the nation’s first power plant
to provide high-voltage current over long
distance lines for major city and industrial use.
This major event was celebrated on Sept.
9, 1895, with a Grand Electric Carnival, where
people witnessed the lit streets. The State
Capitol was outlined with glowing lights and
electric trolley cars pulled floats with lights
displayed in various arrangements, all powered
by the electricity being sent from the Folsom
Powerhouse.
Vintage generators are still in place at the
facility, including the control switchboard, faced
with Tennessee marble. Visitors can also see
General Electric transformers, each capable
of conducting from 800 to 11,000 volts of
electricity and the forebays and canal system
which brought the water from the dam.
Today, the Folsom Powerhouse is the only
nearly intact 19th-century hydroelectric plant
open to the public.
The Folsom Powerhouse State Historic Park,
9980 Greenback Lane, Folsom, is open from
noon-4 p.m., Wednesday-Sunday. Group tours
are available throughout the week by special
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saltpointoffers
D
uring the fnal days of summer, beat the heat with a trip to the
rocky northern California coast.
Salt Point State Park, about 90 miles north of San Francisco on
Highway 1, provides enough activities to keep families busy for days.
We arrived on a Friday morning, van crammed full of sleeping bags, a
tent, food, camping stove and folding table.
The park has ample camping grounds, but the sites fll quickly during
weekends, so they recommend making reservations.
by don chaddock / entertainer
The employee at the Woodside campground, on the east side of
Highway 1, was helpful and informative. After selecting our site, we
returned to the kiosk to claim the prime spot.
The volunteers and workers offer great advice on a local level, since
they live in the region, and are happy to share their knowledge with
visitors.
Get out, explore and enjoy nature. When it was 100-plus degrees in
Folsom and El Dorado Hills, it was in the low 70s at Salt Point State Park.
A winding Highway 1 offers breathtaking views of the Pacifc Ocean.
Gabriella Armstrong,
16, of Lincoln, takes
photos of a small
crab in a tide pool at
Salt Point.
What
you’ll see
Ask when the tide goes out
so you can scrabble down
the bluffs and check out the
tide pools.
We spotted plenty of
wildlife from crab to sea
anemones.
You’ll see harbor seals if
you are in the right spot. We
saw a few at Shell Beach and
some sunning themselves
on distant rocks at other
beaches.
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Shell Beach, just north of Salt Point State Park, is a more traditional sandy beach for those seeking some sun, sand and surf.
What to bring
Stores are a good haul away to be sure to pack
in plenty of food. There are lockers at the sites
to help keep food safe.
Remember to bring insect repellant, sunscreen
and clothing for fluctuating temperatures (warm
and cool clothing).
You are not supposed to bring in firewood as it
is sold at the site.
Bring flashlights to easily get to the bathrooms
after sunset.
CAMPING INFO
All campsites, with the exception of overflow
camping, are equipped with a fire-ring, picnic table
and food locker. The campgrounds have drinking
water and restrooms but no showers. A dump
station is not available.
The family sites and group campground are on
our reservation system by calling 1-800-444-PARK
(7275). The hiker/biker sites and overflow camping
are on a first-come, first-served basis year round-
no reservations are available for these sites.
Campgrounds consistently fill on weekends from
April 1 to the end of September. Reservations are
strongly recommended. Specific sites cannot be
reserved.
FAMILY SITES
Two main campgrounds are available at Salt
Point State Park. Gerstle Cove campground is
situated atop the coastal bluffs on the ocean side
of Highway One and offers 30 family campsites.
Woodside Campground, with 79 sites, is located
on the east side of Highway One.
HIKER/BIKER SITES
Ten sites are available for campers on foot or
bicycles. These sites are located behind the ranger
office near Woodside Campground.
GROUP CAMPING
This camp is located on the ocean side of Highway
One and accommodates a maximum of 40 people
and 10 cars. Dogs are prohibited.
OVERFLOW CAMPING
A day use parking lot located below Gerstle
Campground is available for self-contained vehicles
only. No tent camping or open fires are allowed. No
restroom facilities or drinking water are available.
A deer watches
cars pass by on
Highway 1.
KNOW AND GO
Salt Point State Park
Where: 90 miles north of San Francisco
on Highway 1
Day use fees: $8 per vehicle, park
open sunrise to sunset
When: Visitor center open April through Oct.
Camping
Note: Make campsite reservations early
Gerstle and Woodside campgrounds: $35 per
night
Hike & Bike: $6 Group: $200 Extra vehicle: $8
Maximum camper length: 31 feet
Maximum trailer length: 27 feet
Info online: www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=453
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25095 Blue Ravine Road, Folsom, CA 95630
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2485 Iron Point Road, Folsom, CA
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9611 Greenback Lane, Folsom, CA
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191 Blue Ravine Road, Folsom, CA
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2023 Vine Street, El Dorado Hills, CA
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Wednesday, Sept. 3 • Shadowlands, presented by Free Fall Stage,
plays at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 4 p.m. Sunday through Sept.
15. at Victory of Life Church (No Affiliation with the church), 800
Reading St. in Folsom. Tickets: $16 general, $13 Seniors, Students,
Military and SARTA Members (with proof of ID) and $8 children
under 11. Play is based on the true story of C.S. Lewis. Tickets and
Info: freefallstage.com/products-page, (916) 207-5606.
Art Exhibition: paintings created by the animals from the Folsom
Zoo Sanctuary from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, and
from 6 – 8 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, Monday, Aug.
25 through Thursday, Oct. 30. Opening Reception: from 6 – 8 p.m.
Monday, Sept. 5, at Gallery at 48 Natoma, 48 Natoma in Folsom.
Free tours also available by appointment. Proceeds benefit the Zoo
programs. Info: Cindy Abraham, (916) 355-7285, cabraham@folsom.
ca.us.
Art Exhibition: “Bird’s Eve View, Two Artists Work in Aerial
Perspectives” from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Sept 5 through Thursday,
Oct. 30, Monday through Friday, and from 6 – 8 p.m., Tuesday and
Wednesday evenings. Opening Reception: from 6 – 8 p.m. Friday,
Sept. 5, at Gallery at 48 Natoma, 48 Natoma in Folsom. Artists Elaine
Bowers and Linda Gass. Free tours also available by appointment.
Gallery is managed by the Folsom Parks and Recreation Department.
Info: Cindy Abraham, (916) 355-7285, cabraham@folsom.ca.us.
Friday, Sept. 5 • Art Exhibition: “Bird’s Eve View, (See Wednesday
for details)
Saturday, Sept. 6 • 17
th
Annual Antique Evaluation Day from 10 a.m.
to 1.p.m. at Folsom History Museum, 823 Sutter St. in Folsom. Cost:
$8 per item or $35 for five items. Parking is free. All proceeds go to
support programs of the museum. There is no limit on the number
of items that may be presented for evaluation. An impressive team
of volunteer appraisers, covering a wide range of specialties will be
available to provide estimates of current market value as well as a
verbal identification and evaluation of pieces. Info: (916) 985-2707,
info@folsomhistorymuseum.org.
Wednesday, Sept. 10 • Poetry Off-the Shelves from 6 – 7 p.m. at El
Dorado County Library, main branch, 345 Fair Lane, Placerville. Free.
A poetry read-around; bring your own poems or those of a favorite
poet to share, or just come listen. Info: 672-9173, poetspiper@att.
net.
Shadowlands, presented by Free Fall Stage (See Wednesday for
details)
Folsom Lake College presents “Spotlight Night from 6-8 p.m. at the Folsom campus (10
College Parkway, off E. Bidwell St.) Admission is free. Parking pass $2. Program features
information on career and technical education degree and certificate programs, industry
partners showcasing employment opportunities, and interactive demonstrations. Info:
Jeanne at (916) 608-6687, plewsj@losrios.edu.
Art Exhibition: paintings created by the animals from the Folsom Zoo Sanctuary (See
Wednesday for details)
Art Exhibition: “Bird’s Eve View, (See Wednesday for details)
Friday, Sept. 19 • Folsom High School, Class of 1974 , 40

year reunion Friday, Sept.
19, Homecoming game and pizza and Saturday, Sept. 20 at 6 p.m. will be a dinner with
entertertainment. Info: fhs.1974@yahoo.com or find Folsom High School, Class of 1974
on Facebook.
Poetic License from 3 – 4 p.m. at the Senior Center, 937 Spring St., (enter off Tunnel St.),
Placerville. Free. A poetry read-around; bring your own poems or those of a favorite poet
to share, or just come listen. Info: 672-9173, poetspiper@att.net.
Saturday, Sept. 20 • Folsom High School, Class of 1974 , 40

year (see Friday for details)
Folsom Live starts at 5 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 20, on Sutter St., Folsom. Event includes 15
bands on five stages throughout the Historic District. www.folsomlive.com.
Monday, Sept. 22 • Poetry in Motion from 6 – 7 p.m. at the Senior Center, 937 Spring
St., (enter off Tunnel St.), Placerville. Free. A poetry read-around; bring your own poems
or those of a favorite poet to share, or just come listen. Info: (672-9173, poetspiper@att.
net.
Wednesday, Sept. 24 • Art Exhibition: paintings created by the animals from the
Folsom Zoo Sanctuary (See Wednesday for details)
Art Exhibition: “Bird’s Eve View, Two Artists Work , (See Wednesday for details)
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921 Sutter St.
916-985-2581
Your Community
Voice Since 1856
www.folsomtelegraph.com
Precious Gems
Jewelers
916-351-0220
723 Sutter St.
www.preciousgemsjewelers.com
New & Estate Jewelry
Diamonds &
Genuine Gems
On Site Jewelry
& Watch Repair
Custom Designs
ALWAYS BUYING GOLD,
PLATINUM, SILVER, COINS,
JEWELRY & TIMEPIECES
Salon | Spa
“Premier salon
and spa located
in Folsom’s
Historic District”
718 Sutter Street, Ste 105
Folsom, CA
(916) 293-8181
www.tresalonspa.com
American American
Visions Visions
Art Gallery Art Gallery
Steve Memering Steve Memering
May 17th - 4-8pm May 17th - 4-8pm
705 Sutter Street
Folsom, CA 95630
916-351-1623
Open 7 days a Week
www.avartgallery.com
Happenings in Historic Folsom!
www.HistoricFolsom.org www.HistoricFolsom.org
809 Sutter St.
916-985-7722
Store Closing
75% Off
up
to
Historic Folsom
702 Sutter St., Ste. A
916-351-1430
www.pizzeriaclassico.com
FAMOUS GARLIC CHIPS
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WE’VE WE’VE
RE-OPENED! RE-OPENED!
COME ON IN! COME ON IN!
USDA PRIME STEAK
9 1 6.351. 9 1 0 0
For Reservations
SutterStreetSteakhouse.com
604 Sutter St.
Contact us for our
banquet room for special
events and meetings
7 days a week, open at 4:30
pm
FARMERS
MARKET
Every Saturday 8am to 1pm
FARMERS FARMERS
MARKET MARKET
Every Saturday 8am to 1pm
ANTIQUE
PEDDLERS FAIR
September 13, 8am - 4 pm
ANTIQUE ANTIQUE
PEDDLERS FAIR PEDDLERS FAIR
September 13, 8am - 4 pm
FOLSOM LIVE
September 20, 5pm - 10pm
FOLSOM LIVE FOLSOM LIVE
September 20, 5pm - 10pm
NIGHT OF 1,000
PUMPKINS
October 24, 6pm - 9pm
NIGHT OF 1,000 NIGHT OF 1,000
PUMPKINS PUMPKINS
October 24, 6pm - 9pm
916-790-8983
707 Sutter Street
You won’t find a
better price!
• Cigars • Cigarettes
• Vapor • Hookahs
• Snacks • Drinks
• Gift Items
10
%
off
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off 10
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