Saturday, September 7, 2013

Three Grand Openings in September at Palladio

Palladio announces three Grand Openings in September!

William Glen, a Sacramento native store founded in 1963, will be opening a location at Palladio next to Grebitus Jewelers in September.

In October of 2010, sibling co-owners Mark Snyder and Amy Guthrie launched their retail stores with their father Bill Snyder, as co-owner and co-founder of William Glen. They established two brick & mortars in Old Sacramento, Christmas & Company and Chef’s Mercantile.

The Owners are excited to bring the William Glen name to Palladio, the stores will features fine china, crystal, housewares, gifts and a Christmas store. “This is William Glen’s first venture outside of Sacramento and we are thrilled to be able to bring our brand of family owned, boutique shopping to Folsom and the Hwy 50 corridor.” - Mark Snyder, Owner.

“We are so excited to be a part of this incredible project! The energy and atmosphere at the Palladio is a perfect fit for one of our new William Glen boutique stores. We are looking forward to reaching out to new Folsom/El Dorado Hills customers as well as reconnecting with the legacy William Glen clientele that may not have had a chance to visit our flagship stores, William Glen Christmas & Co and William Glen Chef’s Mercantile, in Old Sacramento.” - Amy Guthrie, Owner.

Yesterday Starbucks opened on the corner across from Sports Authority. Starbucks has several locations thru out the Folsom and El Dorado Hills area and Palladio is pleased to be adding a Starbucks to the line up of retail stores.

Also on Friday, See’s Candy had their Grand Opening to kick off the shopping season. The location originally opened as a temporary holiday store but decided to make it a permanent location after a successful 2012 holiday season!

For more information, please visit

Blog Post picture and information courtesy of Palladio at Broadstone.

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Friday, September 6, 2013

Tackle Hunger Tonight At Oak Ridge High School

Tonight at  Oak Ridge High school the community will come together for one common cause “local hunger”.

The theme at the schools second football game will be “Tackle Hunger” and throughout the night the community will be brought up to speed on local hunger, its causes and consequences in the community and how they can help.

Oak Ridge has committed students and staff that truly care about our neighbors that struggle daily to make ends meet.  The junior varsity and varsity cheerleaders will all participate.

“It is great to see our Oak Ridge students coming together to raise awareness about hunger in our county and to support the fantastic efforts of the Food Bank of El Dorado County.  We are looking forward to an exciting evening at our Tackle Hunger football game,” said Paul Burke, ORHS Principal.

Rolling Hills Christian Church has been key in helping organize the annual event.  Staff and volunteers have assisted in the preparation of prior to and organization for the night of the big event.

“God has a great big heart for people in need and so does Rolling Hills Christian Church. Tackle Hunger gives us a chance to partner with two great organizations, Food Bank of El Dorado County and Oak Ridge High School, to show this community God's great love,Bill Search, Senior Pastor, Rolling Hills Christian Church.

So come on out tonight, enjoy a good game between our own Oak Ridge Trojans and the Rocklin Thunder and as a family learn about how you can get involved in the fight to end local hunger right here in our own backyards! Let’s work together and make a difference in the lives of local children, senior citizens and families that struggle to put healthy food on the table!

For more information please visit Be sure to "like" the Food Bank of El Dorado County here

Blog Post information and picture courtesy of the Food Bank of El Dorado County.

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Thursday, September 5, 2013

Help A Local Family

Help a local family during this back-to-school season!

Skye Murray's father passed away suddenly last year. A scholarship fund has been established to help her complete her college dreams!

John Crews of Bicycles Plus in Folsom has generously donated a cruiser bike to be raffled and 100% of the proceeds will go directly to the Skye Murray scholarship fund.

Check out the picture of this classic cruiser —  if you would like a chance to win it or just want to help, tickets are one for $5 or five tickets are $20. Click here for information on how to buy tickets or make donations directly to the scholarship fund. Help us spread the word to help this local family!

Blog Post information and picture courtesy of Sandy Hilton.

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Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Brubeck Brothers Quartet Makes Harris Center/Three Stages Debut September 19

In a special presentation in which the brothers pay tribute to their dad — the legendary Dave Brubeck, The Brubeck Brothers Quartet makes their Harris Center/Three Stages debut!

“Dave Brubeck's music is rich with challenging chord progressions and beautiful melodies," says Chris Brubeck. "Dave is one of the biggest inspirations in all our lives, and we all thought it was time to salute his compositions, adding the BBQ's fresh approach to some of his most enduring tunes."

The Brubeck Brothers Quartet is an exciting jazz group featuring two members of one of America’s most accomplished musical families, Dan Brubeck (drums,) and Chris Brubeck (bass & trombone). Guitarist Mike DeMicco, and pianist Chuck Lamb, complete this dynamic quartet.

They have performed at concert series, colleges and jazz festivals across North America and Europe including the Newport, Detroit, Ravinia, Las Vegas, Sedona, Spokane & Monterey Jazz Festivals.

Their new Koch release, Classified, has already earned this rave review from All About Jazz: “Once again the BBQ attains that rarefied level where music is both relaxed and expressive, and their joy in its creation is contagious. There's really nothing out there that comes close to their unique brand of inventiveness.”

Brubeck Brothers Quartet – A Tribute to Dave Brubeck will take place on Thursday, September 19,  7:30 p.m. Tickets are $25-$35; Premium $45; Students with ID $12. Tickets are available online at or from Harris Center Ticket Office at 916-608-6888 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Saturday, and two hours before show time. Parking is included in the price of the ticket. Harris Center is located on the west side of Folsom Lake College campus in Folsom, CA, facing East Bidwell Street.

Blog Post information and picture courtesy of Harris Center/Three Stages.

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Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Gold Country Fair This Weekend

The Gold Country Fairgrounds is proud to announce their annual Gold Country Fair in Auburn!

This year's fair will be hosting a number of events to showcase  and celebrate the agriculture, culture and history of the area.

The event is scheduled for the first whole weekend of September-- September 5th-8th. It runs as follows: Thursday: 4p.m.-11p.m., Friday: 4p.m.-12a.m., Saturday: 11a.m.-12a.m., and Sunday: 11a.m.-10p.m.

The fair hosts a number of activities for all ages including a family pie eating contest, a junior livestock auction, musical acts, rides and much more!

Admission is between $8-$10 depending on age and can be purchased here. Parking for the fair is $5 and instructions for both parking and directions can be found here.

So come on out for a few days of food, fun and action at the Gold Country Fair!

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Blog Post information and picture courtesy of  the Gold Country Fair & Placer Valley Tourism.

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