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With Mother’s Day upon us (May 14), we thought it timely to talk about the importance of self-care. Check out “Me Time Matters” (page 38) for actionable ideas all moms can, and should, take—like carving out quiet time, scheduling personal pampering appointments, and mingling with other mamas through community groups like The Mom Walk Collective. Side note: We have some great Mother’s Day gift ideas starting on page 68. (Hint, hint, husbands!) In addition to the full-time job of motherhood, more females than ever before have actual full-time jobs—many in management or CEO roles. Learn about some of our region’s incredibly inspiring “Women in Business” starting on page 44. This year’s spread is one of our biggest, best ones yet—an encouraging sign that the tide may (hopefully) be turning toward favoring women in the workforce. Finally, in our feature, “BBQ Bucket List!” we highlight some of the best barbecue in town. Whether you favor a specific style (St. Louis? Southern Texas?) or simply believe “the meatier, the messier, the better,” there’s a rack of ribs and a side of slaw you’ll certainly want to try. Dig in starting on page 81. Enjoy the issue and remember to do something that brings YOU joy today—and every day! Whether it’s heading out for a hike (page 42), meeting friends for tapas and tempranillo at The Vine (see page 94), or celebrating National Bike Month by riding on a new-to-you route (page 16), your body—but mostly your mind—will thank you. Cheers!

With Mother’s Day upon us (May 14), we thought it timely to talk about the importance of self-care. Check out “Me Time Matters” (page 38) for actionable ideas all moms can, and should, take—like carving out quiet time, scheduling personal pampering appointments, and mingling with other mamas through community groups like The Mom Walk Collective. Side note: We have some great Mother’s Day gift ideas starting on page 68. (Hint, hint, husbands!)

In addition to the full-time job of motherhood, more females than ever before have actual full-time jobs—many in management or CEO roles. Learn about some of our region’s incredibly inspiring “Women in Business” starting on page 44. This year’s spread is one of our biggest, best ones yet—an encouraging sign that the tide may (hopefully) be turning toward favoring women in the workforce.
Finally, in our feature, “BBQ Bucket List!” we highlight some of the best barbecue in town. Whether you favor a specific style (St. Louis? Southern Texas?) or simply believe “the meatier, the messier, the better,” there’s a rack of ribs and a side of slaw you’ll certainly want to try. Dig in starting on page 81.

Enjoy the issue and remember to do something that brings YOU joy today—and every day! Whether it’s heading out for a hike (page 42), meeting friends for tapas and tempranillo at The Vine (see page 94), or celebrating National Bike Month by riding on a new-to-you route (page 16), your body—but mostly your mind—will thank you. Cheers!


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10 ONLINE<br />

12 COMMUNITY<br />


WHAT'S UP<br />

News Around Town<br />

16 THE 10 SPOT<br />

Celebrate National Bike Month<br />

20 GIVING BACK<br />

Mental Health Resources<br />

24 ARTS & CULTURE<br />


Abstract Artists<br />

30 CALENDAR<br />

34 OUTTAKES<br />

Event Pics<br />


44 91<br />

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Mother’s Day<br />

gift guide<br />



97 SHOP LOCAL<br />

98 BEST FOOD + DRINK<br />



Self-Care for Moms<br />

42 TAKE A HIKE<br />

Fairy Falls Trail to Beale Falls<br />

66 KEEP IT LOCAL<br />


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70 COOL STUFF<br />

Backyard BBQ Essentials<br />



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76 HOME & GARDEN<br />

Sustainable Design Solutions<br />

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81 FEATURE<br />

BBQ Bucket List<br />

94 EAT & DRINK<br />


The Vine<br />

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Julian’s Pastry Nouveau<br />

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I’m pretty low-maintenance when it<br />

comes to Mother’s Day. My only ask?<br />

To start the morning on my mat (aka,<br />

attend a yoga class). Though I also crave<br />

quality time with my favorite people<br />

(family!) and appreciate a handmade<br />

card or fresh-cut flowers, spending 75<br />

uninterrupted minutes focusing on “my” breath<br />

and “my” body—without staring at a screen or<br />

listening to my daughters’ scream—is my kind<br />

of way to welcome the day.<br />

If every morning could begin with downward<br />

dogging, I’d likely be a more pleasant, present, and<br />

patient person with a less nervous nervous system;<br />

unfortunately, a regular yoga practice isn’t currently<br />

in the cards. And even if it was, as someone who’s<br />

prone to panic and anxiety, I need all sorts of assistance—beyond just breathwork—to manage<br />

my mental health.<br />

Apparently, I’m not alone either. According to the National Institute of Mental<br />

Health, more than one in five U.S. adults live with a mental illness. Turn to “Mind<br />

Your Mind” (page 20) to read about local resources aimed at helping those battling<br />

with everything from PTSD to postpartum depression heal and deal.<br />

Speaking of maternal mental health, with Mother’s Day upon us (<strong>May</strong> 14), we<br />

thought it timely to talk about the importance of self-care. Check out “Me Time<br />

Matters” (page 38) for actionable ideas all moms<br />

can, and should, take—like carving out quiet time,<br />

“What mental scheduling personal pampering appointments, and<br />

health needs is mingling with other mamas through community<br />

groups like The Mom Walk Collective. Side note: We<br />

more sunlight,<br />

have some great Mother’s Day gift ideas starting on<br />

more candor, page 68. (Hint, hint, husbands!)<br />

and more<br />

In addition to the full-time job of motherhood,<br />

more females than ever before have actual full-time<br />

unashamed<br />

jobs—many in management or CEO roles. Learn<br />

conversation.” about some of our region’s incredibly inspiring<br />

—Glenn Close<br />

“Women in Business” starting on page 44. This<br />

year’s spread is one of our biggest, best ones yet—an<br />

encouraging sign that the tide may (hopefully) be turning toward favoring women<br />

in the workforce.<br />

Finally, in our feature, “BBQ Bucket List!” we highlight some of the best barbecue<br />

in town. Whether you favor a specific style (St. Louis? Southern Texas?) or simply<br />

believe “the meatier, the messier, the better,” there’s a rack of ribs and a side of slaw<br />

you’ll certainly want to try. Dig in starting on page 81.<br />

Enjoy the issue and remember to do something that brings YOU joy today—and<br />

every day! Whether it’s heading out for a hike (page 42), meeting friends for tapas and<br />

tempranillo at The Vine (see page 94), or celebrating National Bike Month by riding<br />

on a new-to-you route (page 16), your body—but mostly your mind—will thank you.<br />

Cheers!<br />

—Megan<br />

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Roseville has a new taqueria at 242 Vernon<br />

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(pozole, chilaquiles, California burritos,<br />

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Folsom welcomed its first speakeasystyle<br />

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Renaissance Fine Consignment<br />

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Local Kitchens (localkitchens.com)—a<br />

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Clean Juice (cleanjuice.com), the only<br />

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smoothies, toasts, salads, sandwiches,<br />

wraps, a kids’ menu, and more.<br />

The El Dorado Hills Town Center is<br />

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Bakemono Sushi (bakemonosushi.com)—a<br />

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Vintage and specialty goods shop Bliss<br />

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People & Places in the News<br />

Congrats to the winners of this year's Choose Folsom Community Awards,<br />

including "Young Professional of the Year" (Jacob Cantu), "Small Business<br />

of the Year" (Anita Rochelle Boutique), "Volunteer of the Year" (Eric Lee<br />

Adams), and "Legend of the Rodeo" (Karen West and Rich Fiutko).<br />

Sutter Health (sutterhealth.org)<br />

announced Mark Sevco as its<br />

new chief operating officer<br />

and senior vice president.<br />

Most recently, Sevco served<br />

as the executive vice<br />

president of the University<br />

of Pittsburgh Medical Center.<br />

According to Sutter Health<br />

CEO Warner Thomas, “Mark<br />

will play a critical role in advancing<br />

[Sutter’s] efforts to further integrate<br />

our organization and strengthen our<br />

relationships with physicians, so we<br />

can deliver better access, quality, and an<br />

overall consumer-centric experience.”<br />

Visit over 30 wineries on the Placer<br />

Wine Trail for complimentary tastings<br />

and specials (through August 31) when<br />

you purchase a Sips & Suds Summer<br />

Passport. Passport holders will also be<br />

invited to an end-of-summer Winemaker<br />

& Brewers’ BBQ featuring local beer<br />

and wine, games, live music, artisan<br />

vendors, and tasty BBQ. Purchase your<br />

passport and get more info at placerwine.<br />

com/plan-your-visit/events/placer-wineale-trail-sips-suds-summer-passport.<br />

Congrats to this year’s El Dorado County<br />

Poetry Out Loud finalists: Alison Lee<br />

from Oak Ridge High School (first<br />

place winner), Summer Smith from<br />

Charter University Prep (second place<br />

winner), and Gabrielle Garlick from<br />

Union Mine High School (third place<br />

winner). Administered by Arts and<br />

Culture El Dorado, in partnership<br />

with the California Arts Council, the<br />

competition provides students with<br />

various resources to help them memorize,<br />

interpret, and recite poetry, instilling<br />

an appreciation of poetry and a sense<br />

of accomplishment and confidence<br />

in their public speaking skills. Visit<br />

artsandcultureeldorado.org/<strong>2023</strong>-el-doradocounty-poetry-out-loud<br />

for more info.<br />

Rocklin-based online dog retailer Posh<br />

Puppy Boutique (poshpuppyboutique.<br />

com) has an automated retail vending<br />

machine inside Terminal B at Harry<br />

Reid International Airport in Las<br />

Vegas. Available items were curated to<br />

help calm dogs who may be anxious<br />

while traveling, in addition to practical<br />

products like leashes and treats.<br />

Soroptimist International of Folsom/El<br />

Dorado Hills celebrated three amazing<br />

recipients of the Live Your Dream<br />

Award at Bacchus House Bistro & Wine<br />

Bar. The winners—Christine, Amy, and<br />

Desyrae—each have an inspirational story<br />

about overcoming challenges and were<br />

awarded $3,500 to help them continue<br />

their educational and career goals.<br />

Nonprofits based in El Dorado County<br />

are invited to apply for Friends<br />

of Seniors Grants, GIVE Tahoe<br />

Grants, and Veterans TOT Grants—<br />

all facilitated by the El Dorado<br />

Community Foundation. To apply<br />

(deadline is <strong>May</strong> 18) and for more info,<br />

visit eldoradocf.org/grants-catalog.<br />

The El Dorado Hills Chamber of<br />

Commerce (eldoradohillschamber.org)<br />

hosted its Installation & Business Awards,<br />

where—in addition to dinner, a no-host<br />

bar, and silent auction—they announced<br />

this year’s business award winners,<br />

including “Start-Up Business of the Year”<br />

(Sierra Laundry), “Small Business of the<br />

Year” (Life Care Medical Supply), “Young<br />

Entrepreneur of the Year” (Noah Downing<br />

of Noah’s Auto Detailing), “Home-Based<br />

Business of the Year” (EDH Appliance<br />

Repair), and “Excellence in Business of<br />

the Year” (Marshall Medical Center).<br />

Choose Folsom Community Awards photo courtesy of Choose Folsom. Mark Sevco photo courtesy of Sutter Health. Placer Wine Trail photo by Heirloom Photography by Anne. Posh Puppy Boutique photo courtesy of Posh Puppy Boutique. Soroptomist International of Folsom/<br />

El Dorado Hills courtesy of Soroptimist International of Folsom/El Dorado Hills. Excellence in Business of the Year, Marshall Medical photo by Charm Photography.<br />

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C is for Cycling!<br />

Celebrate National<br />


Bike Month<br />

April (and all the winter months prior!) showers brought us flowers, so<br />

now's the prime time to enjoy the blooms with some fresh-air fun. In<br />

honor of <strong>May</strong> being National Bike Month, we put together 10 ways to get<br />

into the riding spirit all month long (and beyond) for every interest and<br />

skill level. Try just one thing from our list or set a goal to tackle them all!<br />



Serious bike riders are invited to race<br />

in Mother Lode Epic (clippedinforlife.<br />

org/our-races/mother-lode-epic)—an<br />

endurance race on June 17 that spans<br />

California’s gold discovery route from<br />

Magnolia Ranch Trailhead in Coloma<br />

all the way to Historic Folsom (with a<br />

boat transfer across Folsom Lake between<br />

the last two stages!). If that’s not your speed,<br />

buddy up for the two-person relay or simply celebrate<br />

with participants afterward at the post-race party, where<br />

promises of a beer garden, live music, and an award<br />

ceremony await at Zittel Family Amphitheater.<br />


FOR A DAY<br />

It may be National Bike Month,<br />

but did you know <strong>May</strong> 19 is<br />

specifically National Bike to Work<br />

Day? Join in on the adventure and<br />

pedal to your destination instead<br />

of driving. If you work from<br />

home—as many do these days—<br />

challenge yourself to run your<br />

errands using two wheels instead<br />

of four, or cycle with your kiddos<br />

to school. The date falls on a<br />

Friday, so perhaps you’ve earned<br />

a ride to happy hour, too!<br />


A NEW-TO-<br />


Explore the heart of Lincoln on<br />

the easy four-mile Rock Island<br />

Trail; challenge yourself with<br />

Roseville’s Secret Ravine Trail,<br />

a moderate and often less<br />

crowded 4.6-mile journey that<br />

includes a 154-foot elevation<br />

gain; check out Pheasant Trail in<br />

Auburn’s Hidden Falls Regional<br />

Park for a half-mile point-topoint<br />

route; or venture to Folsom<br />

Lake’s Pioneer Express Trail if<br />

you’re seeking a moderately<br />

challenging 14.1-mile adventure.<br />

Wherever you are, and whatever<br />

length or level of difficulty you’re<br />

looking for, visit alltrails.com to<br />

find the best spots.<br />

Check Out a New-to-You Trail photo by Erik Bergen, Visit Placer. Sign Up for a Race photo by Bixxel<br />

Media. Go Car Free photo courtesy of the City of Roseville.<br />

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C is for Cycling!<br />



Biking is often easier and more enjoyable with<br />

motivation and friends! At the Sierra Foothills<br />

Cycling Club (sfcyclists.org), you’ll find all the<br />

above. Various group rides are offered on a<br />

weekly basis. No matter your skill level—from<br />

expert racer to “I just purchased my first bike”—<br />

there’s sure to be something for everyone.<br />


The right clothing, accessories, and gear<br />

can make all the difference in your cycling<br />

experience. Look the part with some new<br />

threads from Mike’s Bikes (mikesbikes.<br />

com), which has local outposts in Folsom,<br />

Roseville, and Sacramento. Explore tons of<br />

brands like Yeti Cycles, Specialized, Pearl<br />

Izumi, Velocio, Fox Racing, and more.<br />

With something for every style of riding<br />

(mountain, road, etc.) and everyone (men,<br />

women, and kids), you can get the entire<br />

crew geared up!<br />


A PEDAL-<br />



For those who enjoy a<br />

good podcast, get into<br />

the biking spirit with<br />

Bike Minded (apple.<br />

co/3Jd3CrS). Roseville<br />

resident Nicky Bradwell<br />

and East Coast-to-<br />

Orangevale transplant<br />

Matt LaPrade get together<br />

weekly to chat all things<br />

cycling, from digging deep<br />

mid-race to the importance<br />

of bike fittings—all with an<br />

entertaining, relaxed vibe<br />

(they’re pals, after all).<br />

Occasional guests from the<br />

cycling world pop on, too.<br />


Is biking indoors more your speed? Enjoy some cool A/C and less allergies<br />

while you pedal at Folsom’s TrueNorth Cycle + Strength (truenorthcycle.<br />

com). You’ll get a major cardio workout while jamming to upbeat music,<br />

and you’re sure to break a sweat in under an hour. BYO riding shoes or rent<br />

them at the studio for just $3.50. Bonus: Your first class is currently free!<br />


For only $25 an hour or $125 for a full day, head to<br />

Practical Cycle (practicalcycle.com) in Historic Folsom and<br />

take on the American River Parkway in style (and increased<br />

speed). You can choose if you’d like to pedal or not, which<br />

is a super fun feeling on a bike if you’ve never experienced<br />

it. Rentals come with helmets and locks. For just a little<br />

extra cash, you can also rent a tandem e-bike!<br />


(OR WINE)<br />

If you’re looking to balance weekend treats with<br />

some exercise, load your bikes in the car and head<br />

to the Placer Wine & Ale Trail (visitplacer.com/<br />

wine-and-ale-trail). Spanning from Roseville all<br />

the way to Meadow Vista, the area has multiple<br />

tap rooms, wine bars, wineries, craft breweries,<br />

restaurants, and even a craft distillery. Scope out<br />

areas that are bike-friendly ahead of time and<br />

remember to ride (and imbibe!) responsibly.<br />

BRUSH UP<br />


On June 3, the City of Roseville<br />

is hosting their 30th annual Roseville<br />

BikeFest (roseville.ca.us/bikefest).<br />

From 9 a.m.-noon, head to Vernon<br />

Street Town Square for helmet fittings,<br />

bicycle safety checks, obstacle<br />

courses, riding demonstrations, and<br />

prizes for the kids—including a<br />

bike giveaway—all free of<br />

charge.<br />

Ride in <strong>Style</strong> photo by Dave Trumpore @davetrumporephoto. Take a Spin Class photo by Amber Felts, Shoop’s Photography. Rent an E-Bike photo courtesy of Pedego<br />

Electric Bikes LLC. Other photos courtesy of their repsective companies or organizations.<br />

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Your Mind<br />

Mental Health Resources<br />


More than one in five U.S. adults suffers from a<br />

mental illness, according to the National Institute<br />

of Mental Health (NIMH). This includes anxiety,<br />

depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder,<br />

among other conditions. The numbers for youth<br />

are especially sobering, with one in six kids<br />

experiencing mental illness, and suicide ranking<br />

as the second leading cause of death among<br />

10-14-year-olds and third leading cause of death<br />

among those 15-24, according to the National<br />

Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI).<br />

Everyone has bad days, but mental illness affects a<br />

person's thoughts, feelings, behavior, or mood such<br />

that it deeply impedes their day-to-day life and<br />

often their ability to relate to others, NAMI explains.<br />

The pandemic further fueled demand for mental<br />

health treatment, including therapy, support groups,<br />

and medication for people of all ages. Although life<br />

is returning to normal in many ways, there is still an<br />

overwhelming need for care.<br />

“Mental health challenges tend to lag events,”<br />

explains Beatrix Hurley, LMFT (beatrixhurley.com).<br />

“During the pandemic, we did our best to handle it<br />

in real time, but we continue to see more [issues]<br />

developing over time. I haven’t seen a slowdown,<br />

especially with teenage mental health needs.”<br />

<strong>May</strong> is Mental Health Awareness Month, an opportunity<br />

to promote understanding of mental illness and<br />

reduce the stigma often associated with it. So we’re<br />

highlighting some of the region's incredible nonprofits<br />

dedicated to helping those struggling. “There is a very<br />

large need across the board for mental health care<br />

that can’t be met with the resources we have now,<br />

but these nonprofits are essential in helping meet<br />

demand in the community,” says Hurley.<br />

Read on to learn about these organizations and the<br />

important work they do.<br />

The Infant Parent Center<br />

(infantparentcenter.org)<br />

offers pregnancy and<br />

postpartum support, baby<br />

wellness programs, and<br />

therapy for young children.<br />

The organization, which<br />

recently moved its main<br />

office from Cameron Park to<br />

Shingle Springs, also offers<br />

support services for foster<br />

care and adoptive parents.<br />

IPC was founded in 2008<br />

by Ron Henke, the first child<br />

protective services officer<br />

in El Dorado County and<br />

a longtime champion for<br />

children.<br />

New Morning Youth<br />

& Family Services<br />

(newmorningyfs.org)<br />

in Placerville has been<br />

serving the community<br />

for more than 50 years.<br />

New Morning provides<br />

adolescent alcohol and<br />

drug treatment programs;<br />

counseling for high-risk<br />

youth, as well as pregnant<br />

and parenting teens; and a<br />

24-hour emergency shelter<br />

for homeless and runaway<br />

youth. The organization’s<br />

Queer Youth Advocacy<br />

Project links LGBTQ+ youth<br />

with resources, emotional<br />

support, and practical<br />

guidance.<br />

Hearts & Hands<br />

Counseling<br />

(heartsandhandscounseling.<br />

org) in Roseville, HOPE<br />

Counseling Center<br />

(hope-counselingcenter.<br />

org) in Roseville and<br />

Folsom, and Insights<br />

Counseling Group<br />

(insightscounselinggroup.<br />

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individuals, couples, families, and children. Insights, in partnership with First<br />

5 Placer, also offers free prenatal and postpartum depression counseling<br />

through its MomSquad program. Concordia Counseling Services<br />

(concordiacounselingcenter.net) in Auburn offers low- and no-cost mental<br />

wellness programs, including individual and family therapy, children’s art and<br />

play therapy, and parent education programs.<br />

For the past 10 years, Hearts Landing Ranch (heartslandingranch.com)<br />

in Granite Bay has offered equine-assisted psychotherapy, enabling hurting<br />

youth to experience healing and develop life skills through horsemanship,<br />

seed-to-stomach gardening, and other ranch activities. The staff includes a<br />

herd of rescued horses and a team of experienced mentors. In addition to<br />

sessions for kids, the ranch also hosts family gatherings to build community.<br />

The Forgotten Soldier Program (forgottensoldierprogram.com) in<br />

Auburn exists to provide emotional healing and restore hope to veterans and<br />

Hearts Landing Ranch<br />

their families. FSP offers a<br />

range of programs, including<br />

counseling, art therapy,<br />

empathetic touch therapy,<br />

and suicide intervention at no<br />

cost. Recognizing the need<br />

for similar services among<br />

first responders, FSP launched<br />

Placer Reset to serve law<br />

enforcement officers and<br />

active military. A decade ago,<br />

FSP turned a dirt lot into an<br />

armed forces pavilion and<br />

community garden where<br />

veterans and others can<br />

gather, work together, and<br />

build relationships. Harvested<br />

vegetables help feed veterans’<br />

families and the homeless<br />

community.<br />

The National Alliance on<br />

Mental Illness provides<br />

extensive information about<br />

mental illness, connects<br />

individuals and families with<br />

resources, and advocates<br />

for access to quality health<br />

care, housing, education<br />

and employment for people<br />

with mental illness. NAMI<br />

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family-to-family support<br />

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educational programs. Local<br />

affiliates include NAMI<br />

Placer County (namipc.org),<br />

NAMI El Dorado County<br />

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(namisacramento.org).<br />

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Outside<br />

the Lines<br />

Spotlight on Abstract Artists<br />


Artist Jackson Pollock described his work as “energy and motion made visible.”<br />

Best known for his “drip technique,” in which he poured and splashed paint on<br />

canvases laid on the floor, Pollock became an icon of the abstract expressionist<br />

movement of the mid-20th century. But abstract art is as unique as the artists<br />

who create it, and one need only look around our region for proof.<br />

Above: Eclipse;<br />

Right: Escape,<br />

Skies Delight, and<br />

Purple Fury<br />

Conni Jo Hardie<br />

connijohardie.com<br />

Born and raised in<br />

Placerville, Conni Jo<br />

Hardie has been winning<br />

awards for her art since<br />

she was seven years<br />

old. “My grandmother<br />

entered my oil painting<br />

into the county fair—in<br />

the adult division—and<br />

I won second place.<br />

Since then, I’ve enjoyed<br />

every aspect of the art<br />

world,” including acrylic<br />

and watercolor painting,<br />

photography, and<br />

ceramics. Hardie says<br />

abstract art allows her to<br />

apply her artistic abilities<br />

“in the most imaginative,<br />

experimental way.”<br />

How do you define<br />

abstract art?<br />

Altering reality in the<br />

mind’s eye. It expresses<br />

freedom of thought,<br />

feelings, experiences,<br />

movement, and objects<br />

in an interpretive style. It<br />

wakes up the imagination<br />

of the artist and the<br />

viewer. Exploring the<br />

unexpected.<br />

Where do you seek<br />

inspiration?<br />

I’m inspired by how color<br />

theories relate to nature.<br />

Magnificent sunsets,<br />

beautiful ocean waters,<br />

breathtaking tropical<br />

flowers, and glowing<br />

volcanic eruptions create<br />

my palette.<br />

What do you<br />

wish more people<br />

understood about<br />

abstract art?<br />

The more often you look<br />

at abstract art, the more<br />

you will see, especially<br />

when viewing it from<br />

different distances. It’s<br />

OK that one person sees<br />

something different than<br />

another person.<br />

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realism turns a great artist<br />

into a printer and kills what is<br />

so great about art itself—the<br />

uniqueness we get from each<br />

artist’s perspective. Abstract art<br />

allows for pure creativity with<br />

no rules.<br />

Describe your artistic<br />

process.<br />

When I paint, the art usually<br />

comes out very fast and<br />

effortless. If I make a mistake,<br />

it usually becomes part of<br />

the painting. When creating<br />

abstract art, there really is no<br />

telling exactly what it’s going<br />

to look like, so you have to let<br />

the painting speak for itself by<br />

not micromanaging every bit of<br />

color on the canvas.<br />

Above (top to bottom): Forever<br />

Cornered By Fate, Broken<br />

Features, and Hidden In Disarray<br />

Zachary<br />

Nicholson<br />

zjnart.com<br />

As a kid, Folsom artist<br />

Zachary Nicholson spent<br />

hours at a time sketching<br />

pictures to show his mom.<br />

For many years, he used<br />

only charcoal and graphite,<br />

and had what he now calls<br />

a “blind deterrence” to<br />

color. “Through schooling,<br />

I was forced to expand<br />

my choice of mediums,<br />

which introduced me to the<br />

world of color and, in turn,<br />

abstract art.”<br />

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abstract art?<br />

There really is no concrete<br />

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Abstract art is, by far,<br />

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challenging time.<br />

A few years later,<br />

while remodeling his<br />

home, he decided<br />

to experiment with<br />

art on the newly<br />

blank walls. “With<br />

the support of my<br />

inner circle, my<br />

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my passion publicly,<br />

to exhibitions and<br />

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my first award!”<br />

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define abstract<br />

art?<br />

Abstract art is the<br />

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artistic expression<br />

affecting and<br />

connecting the artist<br />

and viewer amid<br />

indeterministic<br />

imagery.<br />

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curious about<br />

life within the<br />

metaphysical<br />

universe, in its<br />

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and realization of<br />

anyone with likeminded<br />

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What do you<br />

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Overfed Long-Haired Leaping<br />

Gnome, Mad As Hell, and<br />

Wavey Daze<br />

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Southern California, where she<br />

commissioned herself to create<br />

a small painting for a client. The<br />

client loved it, prompting her<br />

to pursue her passion. Hersh<br />

currently creates sculptures in<br />

wood, copper wire, and faceted<br />

precious and semiprecious stones,<br />

and recently returned to painting.<br />

How do you define<br />

abstract art?<br />

It’s characterized by a lack of<br />

recognizable images or objects and<br />

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or techniques. The emphasis is<br />

on expressing emotions and ideas<br />

using shapes, colors, and lines.<br />

Where do you seek<br />

inspiration?<br />

From an active dialogue with spirit<br />

and my love for humanity and all of<br />

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example, my latest series, Love<br />

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meditations on love during the<br />

pandemic and has grown into large<br />

communal nests. I believe my<br />

work is a material expression of<br />

a holistic life; my goal is to create<br />

work that is true and touches<br />

humanity in a way that creates a<br />

vibration of healing and peace.<br />

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you could get about your<br />

art?<br />

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and that this feeling is now held<br />

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take with them.<br />

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Italy on Wheels.<br />

Peruse<br />

Italian cars,<br />

motorcycles,<br />

and bicycles<br />

at the Murer<br />

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from 10 a.m.-<br />

12:30 p.m. Pizza<br />

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by BELLA NOLEN<br />

4<br />

Big Day of Giving. Give back<br />

to nonprofits in El<br />

Dorado Hills, Placer,<br />

Sacramento, and<br />

Yolo counties<br />

at this 24-hour<br />

giving challenge.<br />

Find a cause near<br />

and dear to you<br />

and help increase<br />

local philanthropy by<br />

donating a minimum of $15.<br />

bigdayofgiving.org<br />

Unstoppable. The Folsom Lake<br />

College Dance Department is<br />

presenting a night of dance across<br />

numerous genres, including ballet,<br />

jazz, and hip hop. There will also<br />

be guest artists from regional<br />

high schools and FLC’s MOSAIC<br />

Dance Company. The show begins<br />

at 6 p.m. harriscenter.net/flcunstoppable<br />

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Harvey. Witness Mary Chase’s<br />

award-winning comedy<br />

following the story of Elwood<br />

P. Dowd and his invisible,<br />

six-foot tall rabbit that only<br />

he can see. Show times vary.<br />

sutterstreettheatre.com/harvey<br />

(THROUGH 13)<br />

Foothills Brewfest<br />

1 <strong>May</strong> Day<br />

4 Star Wars Day<br />

14 Mother’s Day<br />

29 Memorial Day<br />

Roseville <strong>May</strong>or’s Cup Golf<br />

Tournament. Support the<br />

community by attending<br />

this golf tournament whose<br />

proceeds will provide<br />

scholarships and fee waiver<br />

assistance for qualifying<br />

families to participate in<br />

activities like swim lessons<br />

and sports programs. Check-in<br />

begins at 10 a.m., with an 11<br />

a.m. lunch, noon start, and an<br />

awards dinner at 6 p.m. roseville.<br />

ca.us/residents/city_events/<br />

mayors_cup<br />

Snow White and<br />

the Seven<br />

Dwarfs.<br />

Watch the<br />

epic fairy-tale<br />

unfold as Snow<br />

White must<br />

seek refuge from<br />

the jealous evil queen and<br />

befriend seven miners along<br />

the way. Expect an eccentric<br />

talking mirror, 14 lively songs,<br />

and a dark forest ballet. All<br />

showings begin at 1 p.m. at<br />

the Sutter Street Theatre.<br />

sutterstreettheatre.com/snowwhite-and-the-seven-dwarfs<br />

(THROUGH 21)<br />

A Taste on Main Street. Stroll<br />

around Downtown Placerville<br />

beginning at 1 p.m. (rain or<br />

shine) for food samples from<br />

participating restaurants, wine, a<br />

raffle, and live music by the awardwinning<br />

El Dorado High School jazz<br />

band and marching band and local<br />

bluegrass band Red Dirt Ruckus.<br />

edhscougarmusic.org/a-taste-onmain-street<br />

Foothills Brewfest. Bring your<br />

friends to the Gold Country<br />

Fairgrounds from 1-5 p.m. for<br />

craft beer, music, games, and<br />

food trucks. All proceeds will<br />

benefit Rotary Club of Auburn<br />

and the Gold Country Fair<br />

Heritage Foundation, which<br />

aids community projects and<br />

supports the enhancement of<br />

the Gold Country fairgrounds.<br />

foothillsbrewfest.com<br />

Folsom Handcar Derby. Cheer<br />

on your favorite local business,<br />

group, or charity at this 30th<br />

Foothills Brewfest photo by Jeff Ambrosia. Big Day of Giving photo courtesy of Sacramento Region Community Foundation. Harvey photo by Allen Schmeltz.Italy on Wheels photo by Robert Perricone<br />

and Jackie Moore.<br />

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health workshops, breakfast,<br />

lunch, refreshments, and<br />

giveaways. Must be 21+ to attend.<br />

placerwomensretreat.org<br />

Love My Mom 5K photo courtesy of Folsom Parks & Recreation. Folsom Handcar Derby photo courtesy of Folsom, El Dorado, and Sacramento Historical Railroad Assocation.<br />

7<br />

annual event that includes<br />

handcar racing, a pusher’s<br />

contest, and quadripede racing—<br />

all taking place along East Bidwell<br />

Street at Broadstone Parkway.<br />

Proceeds will benefit the Folsom,<br />

El Dorado, and Sacramento<br />

Historical Railroad Association.<br />

Start times vary depending<br />

on division and race category.<br />

fedshra.org/folsom-handcar-derby<br />

(ALSO 7)<br />

Love My Mom<br />

5k. Celebrate<br />

family and<br />

community by<br />

participating<br />

in this 5K<br />

or kid’s dash<br />

(10 and under)<br />

at the Palladio. All<br />

participants are welcome—from<br />

leashed dogs, to runners, walkers,<br />

and stroller-riders. A post-race<br />

festival with vendor booths,<br />

refreshments, music, and activities<br />

will take place at the Piazza near<br />

the finish line. gopalladio.com<br />

Sacramento Valley RC Fest. Try<br />

out your skills at driving remote<br />

controlled cars, trucks, and boats<br />

at this inaugural event at the<br />

Folsom Lake State Recreation<br />

Area from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. An RC<br />

airplane demonstration, relay<br />

boat race with prizes, scavenger<br />

hunt, and more will also be part<br />

of the fun. Admission is free.<br />

sacramentovalleyrcfest.com<br />

Placer Women’s Retreat.<br />

Celebrate and honor women<br />

from 8:15 a.m.-2 p.m. at<br />

Roseville’s Timber Creek<br />

Ballroom. Hosted by the Placer<br />

Breast Cancer Foundation, the<br />

interactive retreat includes<br />

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Spring Rummage & Plant Sale.<br />

The Placerville Shakespeare Club<br />

at 2940 Bedford Avenue is hosting<br />

a three-day event (9 a.m.-4 p.m.<br />

on Thursday and Friday; 9 a.m.-<br />

2 p.m. on Saturday) featuring a<br />

large selection of jewelry, clothing,<br />

home décor, books, dolls, and<br />

more. There will also be a plant<br />

sale on Saturday from 8-11 a.m.<br />

placerville-shakespeare.com/<br />

about.htm<br />

(THROUGH 13)<br />

Coral Kingdoms and Empires of<br />

Ice. Join the prolific photographic<br />

team of David Doubilet and his<br />

underwater partner Jennifer Hayes<br />

on a visual journey of their National<br />

Geographic assignments to three<br />

unique marine environments: Papua<br />

New Guinea's Kimbe Bay, Antarctica,<br />

and Canada’s Gulf of St. Lawrence.<br />

The show begins at 7:30 p.m. at the<br />

Harris Center. harriscenter.net/hcanat-geo-coral<br />

12<br />

Felipe Esparza. Witness famed<br />

comedian Felipe Esparza beginning<br />

at 8 p.m. at the Harris Center.<br />

After winning Last Comic Standing,<br />

Esparza went on to create a Netflix<br />

special and has appeared in many<br />

comedic shows, such as the Eric<br />

Andre Show, World’s Dumbest,<br />

and Superstore, to name a few.<br />

harriscenter.net/felipe-esparza<br />

13<br />

Mother’s Day Weekend. Celebrate<br />

your mom (or being a mom!) by<br />

heading to the Placer Wine Trail for<br />

vino tasting and special activities at<br />

this non-ticketed event. placerwine.<br />

com/plan-your-visit/events<br />

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A Night of Funk with The Dazz<br />

Band & Club Nouveau. Spend<br />

the evening with two Grammy<br />

award-winning artists, Dazz<br />

Band and Club Nouveau, at<br />

this concert whose proceeds<br />

benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters<br />

of the Greater Sacramento Area.<br />

harriscenter.net/a-night-of-funk<br />

El Dorado Hills Art, Beer, & Wine<br />

Festival. Bring the family to<br />

Town Center Boulevard in El<br />

Dorado Hills for live music, food,<br />

and unlimited tastings from<br />

award-winning craft breweries<br />

and prestigious wineries. The<br />

event runs from 11 a.m.-5 p.m.<br />

with tastings from noon-4<br />

p.m. Entry into the festival<br />

is free, but a “tasting kit” must<br />

be purchased to partake in 21+<br />

sips. eldoradohillsartfestival.org<br />

(ALSO 14)<br />

North Auburn Art<br />

Studio Tours.<br />

Peruse local<br />

works of<br />

art and<br />

support<br />

area<br />

artists from<br />

10 a.m.-5<br />

p.m. at this<br />

annual event<br />

that includes<br />

studios from Auburn to<br />

Placerville. Admission is free.<br />

northauburnartists.com<br />

(ALSO 14)<br />

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Woof Wine & Dine. Support<br />

animals in need by heading<br />

to the Vernon Street Town<br />

Square from 6-9 p.m. for<br />

food sampling, wine tasting,<br />

raffles, music, and more. All<br />

proceeds will benefit Placer<br />

SPCA’s efforts to find forever<br />

homes for furry friends in need.<br />

placerspca.org/events<br />

20<br />

Art Studio Tour. Support the art<br />

community by attending this<br />

13th annual self-guided tour<br />

of artist's studios across 14<br />

locations in El Dorado Hills,<br />

Folsom, Shingle Springs, and<br />

Rescue. Start at any location,<br />

speak with the artists, and<br />

purchase works from 10 a.m.-5<br />

p.m. eldoradohillsarts.com<br />

(ALSO 21)<br />

Folsom Symphony Community<br />

Concert. Revel in upbeat<br />

selections from stage and<br />

screen at this free concert by<br />

the acclaimed Folsom Lake<br />

Symphony. The show begins at<br />

8:30 p.m. at Historic Folsom’s<br />

Zittel Family Amphitheater.<br />

folsomlakesymphony.com/<br />

community-engagement<br />

21<br />

Spring Concert. Expect fun,<br />

faith-based music—ranging<br />

from classics to pop, with an<br />

emphasis on inspiration and<br />

patriotism—at this free concert<br />

by Winds of Faith. The show<br />

begins at 2 p.m. at Roseville’s<br />

Centerpoint Community Church.<br />

windsoffaith.com<br />

Victory Over Violence. Run<br />

or walk for a cause by<br />

participating in this 5K or 1K<br />

that begins at Folsom Point<br />

State Park. All proceeds<br />

benefit UC Davis’ Injury and<br />

Violence Prevention and Trauma<br />

Wraparound programs—both<br />

aimed to provide physical,<br />

mental, emotional, and spiritual<br />

support for victims of violent<br />

crimes. Scheduled race-day<br />

activities also include live<br />

music, snacks, yoga, and more.<br />

vov5k.com<br />

Gold Country Half Marathon &<br />

5K. Presented by Marshall<br />

Medical Center and hosted by<br />

Gold Country Run + Sport, this<br />

premiere running event starts<br />

and ends at the El Dorado Hills<br />

Town Center. After the race,<br />

enjoy the finishers' festival<br />

featuring food, beer, music, and<br />

more. goldcountryrun.com<br />

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Chipping Away at Childhood Cancer<br />

Golf Tournament. Show your love<br />

and support to children<br />

and families battling<br />

cancer by attending this 26th<br />

annual event at The Ridge Golf<br />

Course & Event Center. The<br />

tournament kicks off at 9:30<br />

a.m. and includes food, fun, and<br />

prizes. childcancer.org/events/<br />

chipping-away-at-childhoodcancer-golf-tournament-<strong>2023</strong><br />

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Cabaret. Experience Berlin in the<br />

late 1920s at the Sutter Street<br />

Theatre and follow along as<br />

Cliff, a young American writer,<br />

is taken by English singer Sally<br />

Bowlers during the tumultuous<br />

time of the Third Reich. Show<br />

times vary. sutterstreettheatre.<br />

com/cabaret<br />

(THROUGH JUNE 26)<br />

Find more events at<br />

stylemg.com/calendar<br />

North Auburn Art Studio Tour photo courtesy of North Auburn Art Studio Tour. El Dorado Hills Art, Beer, & Wine Festival photo by Charm Photography. Victory Over Violence photo by<br />

Andrew Thompson. Chipping Away at Childhood Cancer photo by Dez Vision Photography.<br />

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Photo by David Grenier<br />


National Geographic Live!<br />

David Doubilet & Jennifer Hayes<br />

Coral Kingdoms and Empires of Ice<br />

THURSDAY, MAY 11<br />

Discover the reality of life behind the camera—from<br />

parasites to harp seal bites—as the underwater<br />

photographic team share their adventures working in three<br />

unique marine environments for National Geographic.<br />

Billy Bob Thornton<br />

& The Boxmasters<br />


The Boxmasters is an Americana R&R band featuring<br />

actor-musician Billy Bob Thornton and award-winning<br />

engineer J.D. Andrew. Their craving for ‘60s beats has<br />

produced an impressive catalogue touching on a wide<br />

array of musical influences.<br />


Asleep at the Wheel<br />

SUNDAY, JUNE 11<br />

Founded in 1970, Asleep at the Wheel has been part of<br />

the American roots music landscape for more than 50<br />

years. The band became a cornerstone of the Austin,<br />

Texas, scene upon its arrival in 1973. Inspired by Western<br />

swing and honky-tonk country, the band has accrued 10<br />

Grammy Awards.<br />

Boz Scaggs –<br />

Summer 23 Tour<br />



It’s appropriate that Boz Scaggs’ new album is Out of the<br />

Blues, since the blues is what first sparked his five-decade<br />

musical career. His catalogue of hits includes “It’s Over,”<br />

“Lido Shuffle,” and the Grammy-winning “Lowdown.”<br />

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Timber Creek Ballroom, Roseville<br />

MARCH 16<br />

This annual fundraiser benefitting local<br />

animals in need raised $162,240 to support<br />

the programs and services offered by<br />

Placer SPCA (placerspca.org) and featured<br />

food, cocktails, live and silent auctions, a<br />

Hero Awards presentation, live comedy<br />

show, and more.<br />



Placer Wine Trail<br />

MARCH 18-19<br />

Participants tasted limited-production<br />

wines, witnessed budding vineyards,<br />

and met winemakers at over 15 boutique<br />

wineries along the Placer Wine Trail<br />

(placerwine.com). Select locations also<br />

featured live musicians, food trucks, and<br />

sweet treats.<br />


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Folsom<br />

APRIL 1<br />

Veteran and novice runners alike enjoyed<br />

picturesque scenery of Folsom Lake, Lake<br />

Natoma, and the American River Bike<br />

Trail at this 44th annual point-to-point<br />

race. Proceeds benefitted the California<br />

Conservation of Trails, a nonprofit that<br />

helps to maintain and protect local trails.<br />



EGG HUNT<br />

Promontory Park, El Dorado Hills<br />

APRIL 8<br />

Over 600 kids gathered 10,000 candy- and<br />

prize-filled eggs at this annual community<br />

event. The Easter bunny also hopped over<br />

for free photos with participants and their<br />

families. Six lucky winners walked away<br />

with a special “golden egg” prize and 100<br />

winners took home stuffed animals.<br />



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“Me Time”<br />

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Self-Care for Moms<br />


We see your strength,<br />

Mama. Navigating<br />

the ups and downs<br />

of motherhood with<br />

herculean mental<br />

and physical power,<br />

often neglecting<br />

your own needs,<br />

while attempting to<br />

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everything else life<br />

throws your way. But<br />

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Moving your body can do wonders for your<br />

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moms. Check out the local fitness group<br />

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of fitness, including “Stroller Strides” and a<br />

prenatal “Fit4Baby” program; or The Mom Walk<br />

Collective (themomwalkcollective.com), which<br />

encourages moms to walk while sipping coffee<br />

and building community at their bimonthly<br />

events hosted locally in Folsom, El Dorado<br />

Hills, Roseville, Rocklin, and Lincoln.<br />

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It’s no secret that your sleep changes after<br />

becoming a parent. Navigating the newborn<br />

stage, early mornings, and unpredictable<br />

nights can all bring a host of sleep difficulties.<br />

Rebecca Barlow, a certified nurse midwife<br />

at Marshall Medical Center, reminds us that<br />

“sleep deprivation is not only a miserable<br />

state but can also be a catalyst for postpartum<br />

depression and anxiety and the difference<br />

between normal postpartum blues and a<br />

mental health condition requiring further<br />

treatment.” Make sure to prioritize sleep, even<br />

if it’s just taking a short rest during your child’s<br />

naptime. Your body will thank you.<br />

It's Ok To Seek<br />

Professional Help<br />

How do you know when baby blues are getting<br />

serious? According to Therese Sorrentino,<br />

LMFT (theresesorrentinomft.com), “Postpartum<br />

depression is common, and many new<br />

mothers experience it due to the change in<br />

hormones and lack of sleep. In addition to<br />

losing rest, it's a big adjustment to navigate<br />

this new and overwhelming responsibility.<br />

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Sometimes mothers can have obsessive thoughts that they might<br />

hurt their baby or extreme fear of being separated from their<br />

child. When you have that kind of fear and anxiety, it’s time to call<br />

a therapist. Trying therapy first is the most conservative approach,<br />

as it can help you understand what’s going on and give you tools<br />

to cope. If depression or sadness persists, it’s best to see your<br />

medical doctor to determine if medication is recommended.”<br />

Prioritize Health & Well-Being<br />

In between school and daycare drop-offs and pickups,<br />

extracurriculars, and making appointments for your kiddos, it’s<br />

easy to neglect your own health and well-being. But putting off<br />

self-care while you care for others leads to burnout. Be sure to<br />

book appointments for yourself, too (mammogram, physical,<br />

dental cleaning, eye exam, etc.)—no matter how full your<br />

calendar may be. And don’t forget to pamper yourself every so<br />

often with a massage, facial, haircut, pedicure, or solo shopping<br />

trip to purchase a new (for you!) outfit; after all, looking good<br />

makes you feel good!<br />

Remember Who You Are<br />

What were your passions and interests before you took on the<br />

role as a mom? Rediscover them in a way that fits your lifestyle.<br />

Betty Murray, DO, internal medicine physician with Dignity<br />

Health Mercy Medical Group, suggests “taking an hour, one or<br />

two nights a week, to do something you enjoyed in the past but<br />

haven't been able to do recently. After spending time on yourself,<br />

you’ll likely be more relaxed and [able to] put your full focus onto<br />

your family's needs, [making for a] stronger, happier [household].”<br />

We’re All In This Together<br />

It’s comforting when you can rely on a community of people<br />

who have been through what you’re experiencing. Having a<br />

judgment-free mom tribe takes away the isolation moms can<br />

sometimes experience and makes motherhood feel more<br />

manageable. Dedicate some time to reconnecting with your<br />

girlfriends—whether it’s happy hour, brunch, a park hang, or<br />

going to see a play—and catch up for a therapeutic moment of<br />

rejuvenating adult interaction.<br />

Carve Out Some Quiet Time<br />

Find a realistic amount of time that you can commit to daily,<br />

just for you, and make it non-negotiable. “Self-care is often<br />

overcomplicated, but [even waking] up 20-30 minutes prior<br />

to your family [can be beneficial],” says Ashlee Janzen, LMFT<br />

(ashleejanzenlmft.com). Whether you wake up and stretch, read,<br />

meditate, or simply sit on the couch alone with a hot drink, let<br />

this time serve as your valuable reset button.<br />

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Take a Hike<br />

| health & wellness |<br />

Fairy Falls Trail to Beale Falls<br />



Beale Air Force Base (near<br />

Marysville and Yuba City).<br />


5.3-mile loop.<br />


Easy.<br />


The trail is kid- and dog-friendly<br />

(pups must be leashed) with<br />

little shade and no bathrooms.<br />

The access road is bumpy at<br />

the end and has free parking.<br />

Wear shoes with traction, sun<br />

protection, and your bathing<br />

suit (there are some great spots<br />

for swimming!). Bring plenty of<br />

water and, as always, leave no<br />

trace.<br />


There’s a variety of scenery<br />

and little elevation gain on this<br />

hike where you pass through an<br />

abandoned mine, grasslands,<br />

woodlands, swimming holes,<br />

and creeks before finally ending<br />

at a 100-foot waterfall.<br />

FUEL UP:<br />

Old Town Pizza (otpizza.net)—<br />

whose original Auburn outpost<br />

was established in 1999—is a<br />

fan favorite for good<br />

reason. Stop by<br />

their Lincoln<br />

locale to enjoy<br />

delicious pies<br />

(served whole<br />

and by the<br />

slice), salads,<br />

sandwiches, craft<br />

beer, wine, and/or<br />

gelato on their rooftop patio.<br />

1<br />

2<br />

3<br />

4<br />

Who was<br />

Beale?<br />

We've all heard the<br />

name—Beales Point,<br />

Beale Air Force<br />

Base—but who was<br />

"Beale," and why do<br />

we see the name<br />

everywhere?<br />

Edward Fitzgerald<br />

“Ned” Beale was a<br />

pioneer in the mid-<br />

1800s—a military<br />

general and explorer<br />

who fought in the<br />

Mexican-American<br />

War. Known as a<br />

war hero, he then<br />

became nationally<br />

famous after carrying<br />

the first gold samples<br />

east of California,<br />

contributing greatly<br />

to the Gold Rush.<br />

Beale curiously led a<br />

military experiment<br />

using Army camels.<br />

Yes…camels. Being<br />

able to carry heavier<br />

loads than mules and<br />

traveling days without<br />

water, the thought<br />

was to replace mules<br />

with camels. Sounds<br />

crazy, right? Well,<br />

it worked, but the<br />

camels scared horses<br />

and mules, so the<br />

Army decided to<br />

forego the venture.<br />

Of course, there’s<br />

much more to be said<br />

about this man, but<br />

this is a sneak peek<br />

into who he was and<br />

the unusual times he<br />

pioneered.<br />

For more information, visit<br />

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Photo 1 by @raymondibale. Photo 2 by Irene Miller. Photo 3 by @go.go.goetz.<br />

Photo 4 by Shelly Hillier @c_shell_hike. Old Town Pizza photo by Anna Wick.<br />

Do<br />

you have a<br />

favorite trail in the<br />

region you’d like to see<br />

featured? Tell us all<br />

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WOMEN<br />

in BUSINESS<br />


one another, share, and foster<br />

expertise. If entrepreneurship is<br />

your goal, here are just a few of<br />

the many available resources you<br />

might want to check out.<br />

Hear speakers and learn from<br />

the area’s best and brightest<br />

women business owners on<br />

<strong>May</strong> 12 at the Sacramento<br />

Women’s Conference. bbb.org/<br />

local/1156/womens-conference<br />

HER (Folsom Women’s<br />

Conference) is sponsored<br />

by Folsom Chamber of<br />

Commerce, among other<br />

local businesses, and features<br />

This century is an exciting one for<br />

women in business. Never before<br />

have women enjoyed so many<br />

opportunities to succeed as<br />

entrepreneurs—whether they’re looking to<br />

make an impact in corporate board rooms<br />

or to establish a business or professional<br />

practice. Our area is teeming with female<br />

go-getters—ladies who lead, stand out in<br />

their fields, and stand tall on the shoulders<br />

of the women who blazed trails before<br />

them. In this special section, you’ll meet<br />

some of these foremost females whose<br />

stories of accomplishments and journeys to<br />

success are bound to inspire.<br />

A century ago, only 15% of women worked<br />

outside the home, mostly as domestics.<br />

By 1960, a third of women were employed.<br />

That decade gave rise to two important<br />

laws: the Equal Pay Act of 1963, which<br />

began closing the salary gap between<br />

the sexes, and a ruling in 1968 that job<br />

ads could no longer be segregated<br />

by gender. Yet it took until 1988 and<br />

the passage of the Women’s Business<br />

Ownership Act before women-owned<br />

enterprises could get business loans<br />

without male co-signers.<br />

Today, more than three-quarters of workingage<br />

women are employed, and women<br />

are filling career opportunities once virtually<br />

closed to them: More than a third of doctors<br />

are women, up from 6%—not a misprint—in<br />

1950. Lawyers’ Wives groups have given way<br />

to women lawyers associations. And more<br />

than a third of STEM workers are women;<br />

only 8% were in 1970. Not to be overlooked:<br />

Our country has its first woman vice<br />

president, and next year for the first time a<br />

woman astronaut will fly to the moon.<br />

Some achievements still seem elusive.<br />

Women don’t yet own as many companies<br />

as men do—42% vs 58%—but the growth<br />

of women-owned businesses is increasing<br />

exponentially: 16.7% between 2012 and<br />

2019, compared to 5.2% for male-owned<br />

businesses. Women entrepreneurs’ gross<br />

earnings rose by more than 50% compared<br />

to just over one-third for men. And most<br />

notably: While women helm fewer than<br />

10% of S&P 500 companies, their rates of<br />

return have outperformed the men-run<br />

corporations by 384% to 261%.<br />

One key to women’s success is that<br />

traditionally they network, support<br />

speakers, lunch, networking,<br />

giveaways, and shopping.<br />

This year’s event is October<br />

5 at the Harris Center.<br />

folsomwomensconference.com<br />

These organizations—in<br />

addition to local chambers<br />

of commerce— provide<br />

women with free or low-cost<br />

counseling/training/mentoring:<br />

SBA Women’s Business<br />

Centers, sba.gov/district/<br />

sacramento<br />

SBA SCORE, score.org<br />

California Women’s<br />

Business Centers Network,<br />

californiawbc.org<br />

Sacramento Valley NAWBO<br />

(National Association of<br />

Women Business Owners),<br />

nawbo-sac.org/about-nawbo<br />

WomensNet (for startup<br />

grants), ambergrantsforwomen.<br />

com<br />

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Judy Gillespie, Owner<br />

Sunrise Natural Foods<br />

1950 Douglas Blvd. // Roseville // 916-789-8591<br />

2160 Grass Valley Hwy. // Auburn // 530-888-8973<br />

www.sunrisenaturalfoods.net<br />

Since opening their doors in 1990 Sunrise Natural Foods,<br />

a local health food store, has been owned and operated by<br />

Judy Gillespie, a charismatic woman passionate about the<br />

overall health and well being of her community. Today,<br />

both Sunrise Natural Foods locations in Roseville and Auburn are<br />

owned and operated by Ms. Gillespie. She relies on brainstorming<br />

with the Sunrise Management Team to oversee the daily operations.<br />

The mission behind Sunrise Natural Foods is to provide the<br />

community with friendly, knowledgeable, and personalized service<br />

for those seeking to better their health naturally.<br />

Sunrise Natural Foods provides only the highest quality products,<br />

ensuring the best with every purchase. Sunrise Natural Foods<br />

has one of the largest selections of supplements, vitamins, and<br />

probiotics, while offering excellent support by their highly<br />

trained and knowledgeable staff. This health food store is also<br />

well known for the large selection of organic produce, bulk<br />

foods, and specialty grocery items. The positive path of wellness<br />

and longevity allows Sunrise Natural Foods to be the leader in<br />

community service and involvement.<br />

Not only is Judy Gillespie a member of the Power of 100 Women<br />

non-profit organization, she also provides community support<br />

through her small business as well. Sunrise Natural Foods<br />

sponsors many local school sports teams and community groups<br />

for children. The health food store also runs an annual sock<br />

drive for the homeless and has donated quality produce to food<br />

shelters during the holiday season. Being a catalyst for positive<br />

social and environmental change within their community has<br />

always been, and will always be, the goal behind all members of<br />

the Sunrise Natural Foods team.<br />

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The Almonte Center for Facial Cosmetic Surgery<br />

1420 Blue Oaks Blvd., Ste. 100 // Roseville // 916-771-2062 // dralmonte.com<br />

One of the most common<br />

compliments I hear about<br />

my practice is that I have a<br />

wonderful staff, and I couldn't<br />

agree more. These amazing women that I<br />

work with every day are incredibly smart and<br />

extremely talented in their own individual<br />

ways. And Greg, our PA Injector, is pretty<br />

awesome too! Without them our business<br />

wouldn’t be what it is, a highly rated and<br />

successful company that is always eager to<br />

help others. My staff empower each other<br />

and our patients throughout each day and I<br />

am lucky to have them here at The Almonte<br />

Center. The decision to undergo plastic<br />

surgery is a significant one. Given that the<br />

Greg Chance PA-C (Aesthetic Injector), Arnold Almonte DO (Plastic Surgeon/Owner),<br />

Cathy Getty (Office Manager), Michelle Sanderson (Lymphatic Massage Therapist),<br />

Gabriela Gutierrez (Patient Care Specialist), Smithy Gomez (Surgical Tech)<br />

majority of patients in my practice are<br />

women, I am so glad the majority of my<br />

employees are women! Their knowledge<br />

and perspectives help my patients make<br />

these very important and personal decisions.<br />

I can't say enough about how much I<br />

appreciate the women in my business! If you<br />

have any questions about getting cosmetic<br />

procedures done, please don’t hesitate to call<br />

our office at 916-771-2062 and we will be<br />

more than happy to help you out.<br />

Designing the next big step<br />

for your small business<br />

There’s a lot involved in taking your business to the next<br />

level — from financing expansion and improving cash<br />

flow, to marketing services and transition planning.<br />

Find ideas and solutions you need to grow your business<br />

at wellsfargo.com/smallbusiness.<br />

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Kelli Leighton<br />

Leighton Dance Project<br />

717 E Bidwell St. // Folsom<br />

916-688-8100 // leightondanceproject.com<br />

In 2013, Kelli opened Leighton Dance Project<br />

with a vision to create a collaborative space<br />

for dancers of all ages and abilities. Since its<br />

humble beginnings, LDP has grown to be a<br />

local community leader in the arts, housing over 600<br />

students ranging in ages from 18 months to 18 years<br />

old. Kelli credits LDP’s success to her philosophy of<br />

teaching the foundations and commitments of dance<br />

to help guide and develop her students as people, not<br />

simply dancers. This approach has helped lead her<br />

students to thrive in all aspects of their lives.<br />

Kelli’s impact on the local community stretches<br />

far beyond LDP. She has led dance programs at<br />

numerous Sacramento studios and founded CORE<br />

Contemporary Dance, one of Sacramento's Premier<br />

Professional Dance Companies. Ultimately her passion<br />

led her back to owning her own studio, teaching young<br />

dancers to dream big.<br />

Along with juggling the challenges of being a business<br />

owner, Kelli is the proud mom of 4 young children.<br />

Her family first approach is the backbone of her<br />

business and guides her even during these challenging<br />

times. Kelli is proud to stand alongside so many<br />

inspiring women in business.<br />

Tiffany L. Andrews<br />

Law Office of Tiffany L. Andrews, P.C.<br />

6611 Folsom Auburn Rd., Ste. H // Folsom<br />

916-790-8440 // www.tlalawoffice.com<br />

Tiffany L. Andrews, CWLS, CFLS is a<br />

Certified Family Law Specialist and Child<br />

Welfare Law Specialist who has been<br />

practicing in dependency law since 2006<br />

and in family law since 2008. She is one of the few<br />

dual specialists that actually specialize in these two<br />

areas of practice, together! Ms. Andrews has offices<br />

in both Folsom, CA and Fairfield, CA and practices<br />

throughout the greater Sacramento area. Her office<br />

is an award-winning local family law practice having<br />

won Readers’ Choice Award’s for Best Law Practice<br />

2020 & 2022 in Folsom and El Dorado Hills with<br />

<strong>Style</strong> <strong>Magazine</strong>; Best of the Best in Folsom with the<br />

Folsom Telegraph 2020, 2021 & 2022; Top Family Law<br />

Lawyer in Sacramento <strong>Magazine</strong>, 2021 AVVO Client’s<br />

Choice Award; and Ms. Andrews was a Rising Star<br />

for 6 consecutive years following with Super Lawyers<br />

for the past 5 years! In Ms. Andrews’s downtime<br />

she enjoys spending time with her 3 children and<br />

nephews, traveling and volunteering her time to work<br />

on legislation to strive to close the gap between the<br />

two legal systems she practices in, i.e. dependency<br />

and family law, as Ms. Andrews believes very strongly<br />

that “the same similarly abused child should NOT be<br />

treated differently depending upon which system ends<br />

up protecting the child!”<br />

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Jeannie Noll<br />

Blind Spot Blinds & Shutters<br />

6624 Lonetree Blvd., Ste. 500 (Near RC Willey) // Rocklin<br />

8020 Folsom-Auburn Road // Folsom<br />

916-773-SPOT (7768)<br />

www.shutterspot.com // ShutterSpot // blindspot.rocklin<br />

I<br />

am so excited to be celebrating Blind Spot's 21 st year in business!<br />

It has been amazing to grow this business and raise my family in<br />

our wonderful region!<br />

Through the years we have seen many changes and challenges.<br />

The most important thing I have learned to do is constantly reinvent<br />

how I can make my business better, that's part of the reason we<br />

became a Hunter Douglas Gallery. I am always working to give<br />

customers an elevated experience!<br />

Blind Spot is focused on having a solid foundation. We rely on quality<br />

staff, strong values and a commitment to our clients. Blind Spot will<br />

continue to set goals, overcome challenges and celebrate success.<br />

We constantly reinvent for more opportunity and also realize the<br />

importance of giving back to the communities we work with.<br />

And just this past year, we expanded and opened a new location in<br />

Folsom! Our concept for a different ‘window shopping’ experience<br />

is amazing! Look forward to having you ‘Check your Blind Spot’<br />

when you need quality Hunter Douglas window coverings!<br />

The future is bright, everyone needs shades! Locally owned<br />

and operated.<br />

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Theresa Del Biaggio<br />

Full of Chic Boutique<br />

594 Main Street // Placerville // 530-733-3100<br />

dressyourheartout.com<br />

Full of Chic Specialty Boutique is indeed<br />

special. A small, woman owned business,<br />

known in El Dorado County for their<br />

unwavering commitment to local women<br />

looking and feeling their best from the very first<br />

layer.<br />

With professional bra fitting as the center of the<br />

business model, they have bras and lingerie for<br />

nearly every size and shape, including those women<br />

who are usually very hard to fit!<br />

They’re making a big splash with the exceptional<br />

variety of offerings from everyday apparel,<br />

loungewear and pajamas, bridal intimates, lingerie<br />

for extra small-extra curvy, adults only items and of<br />

course, they offer bras-lots and lots of bras!<br />

Expect to be greeted like family and if you love<br />

what they’re doing here, just check out the upstairs<br />

where they’re offering Pole Fitness and a full<br />

Southern style Hat bar!<br />

These gals do it all and they’re dedicated to our<br />

local community!<br />

Sam Siders<br />

Siders Insurance Solutions<br />

3108 Ponte Morino Dr., Ste. 111 // Cameron Park<br />

530-433-1484 // sidersins.com // SidersInsuranceSolutions<br />

Emily Valdez-Broker Associate, REALTOR<br />

eXp Realty of California<br />

990 Marshall Way // Placerville // 530-409-0045<br />

DRE#01966542 // Emily@AgentValdez.com<br />

www.AgentValdez.com // /AgentValdez<br />

Siders Insurance Solutions is a Woman Owned and<br />

Operated Employee Benefits Insurance Agency in El<br />

Dorado County. We focus on ensuring employers get<br />

the best ROI on their benefits program. After a decade<br />

in the insurance industry, Sam launched SIS in 2021 with the<br />

intention of ensuring that her clients and their employees can,<br />

not only afford their health insurance benefits, but that they<br />

find value in their benefits program. Since then, SIS has had<br />

tremendous growth and welcomes new clients with open arms<br />

prepared to educate, consult, and implement benefit programs that<br />

best suit the needs of the employer as well as their employees.<br />

Voted #1<br />

Best Real Estate Agent<br />

for the El Dorado<br />

County Foothills!<br />

Emily's energy and<br />

enthusiasm for Real<br />

Estate is contagious.<br />

She has helped<br />

hundreds of families in El<br />

Dorado, Placer and Sacramento<br />

County purchase and sell their<br />

properties. Emily prides herself<br />

as a reputable agent, dealing<br />

honestly and fairly to all.<br />

Every year she is validated by her<br />

clients and peers as a top-ranking<br />

agent. Her 5-star reviews can<br />

be read on sites such as: Yelp,<br />

Zillow, Google, and Facebook.<br />

Building and forming lasting<br />

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Jennifer Tommasini<br />

The Gift of Kids Daycare and Preschool<br />

5130 Golden Foothill Pkwy. // El Dorado Hills // Business Park 1<br />

916-521-1835 // www.TheGiftOfKids.net<br />

Serving infants to private kindergarten<br />

Infant Lic. 093616199 // Pre-School Lic. 093616198<br />

My name is Jennifer Tommasini, the owner/director<br />

of The Gift of Kids Daycare and Preschool. I’ve<br />

lived in El Dorado Hills for 19 years and I have<br />

four children.<br />

My journey into the childcare field began in 1999 when I was<br />

left disappointed in my search for ”the right” childcare for my<br />

son. After going through many programs and with my daughter<br />

on the way (now attending Chico State), I began to reflect<br />

upon my family’s needs. It was then that I changed my career<br />

focus and ventured into childcare. My mission is to provide a<br />

nurturing, loving, safe and educational environment for every<br />

child.<br />

In September 2000, I opened my home to three newborns,<br />

two 2-year-olds and a 3-year-old. I immediately knew that<br />

this was my calling. Everything felt so natural. I went back to<br />

school full time for early childhood education and started my<br />

own preschool program that incorporated home-cooked meals,<br />

planned outings, and practiced an advanced curriculum with<br />

structured activities that fostered learning.<br />

In 2007 I opened a small pre-school with 60 families while<br />

continuing my in-home daycare. In 2010 I expanded again,<br />

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Organizing Beyond<br />

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Dr. Anna Rashidi, Pharm.D. Graduated in 2004<br />

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her own Compounding Pharmacy with her husband Dr.<br />

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Philanthropy Development Director<br />

Snowline Hospice & Palliative Care<br />

6520 Pleasant Valley Road // Diamond Springs // 530-612-7820<br />

www.snowlinehospice.org // SnowlineHospice // snowline.new<br />

Everyone has something to give — our time, goods, or<br />

monetarily. Together, we can all help care for the most<br />

vulnerable in our community.<br />

I am proud to serve as Snowline's Philanthropy Development<br />

Director. Our doctors, nurses, and administrative team believe it’s an<br />

honor and privilege to help people pass with dignity and care. Snowline<br />

focuses on our patients living their best lives and their families and<br />

caregivers having needed support. I'm fortunate to work beside them.<br />

I am passionate about helping nonprofits. Whether consulting,<br />

networking, fundraising, or event planning, my mission is to leave the<br />

world a better place. Volunteers, donors, board members, and staff have<br />

taught me many ways to serve our community.<br />

Before joining the Snowline team, I raised funds and public awareness<br />

for several other organizations, including those for at-risk youth. Our<br />

nonprofit sector serves as a vital safety net for people in our community<br />

in every phase of their lives. We are lucky to have many generous<br />

individuals and businesses to sustain them.<br />

Throughout my life, I have benefitted from the strength and love of<br />

my friends, family, and my two sons' unwavering support. My journey<br />

continues to teach me to be humble, grateful, and kind.<br />

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Maddy & Coco<br />

1234 Broadway, Ste. D // Placerville<br />

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Welcome to Maddy & Coco! Open<br />

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earned her Juris Doctor from Southwestern University School<br />

of Law, where she was awarded the American Jurisprudence<br />

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Contact our office, or book online, to set up a complimentary<br />

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We provide First Responder Discounts and are proud to be a<br />

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Denise Bogard, M.D., FAARFM,<br />

ABAARM<br />

Bogard Health - Well Aging Med<br />

508 Gibson Dr., Ste 290 // Roseville<br />

916-781-4300 // bogardhealth.com<br />

Dr. Bogard has a long history in the health<br />

field. From an RN to a nurse anesthetist<br />

to an anesthesiologist, she spent almost<br />

40 years in the operating room. She was<br />

exposed to critical care, trauma, obstetrics, lots of on<br />

call hours and sleepless nights. As she entered her<br />

50's she found her own health starting to decline<br />

and sought out a healthy aging physician. After<br />

experiencing the benefits she sought out the fellowship<br />

of regenerative and healthy aging through the<br />

American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine.<br />

She opened an office in 2014 and continues to grow<br />

and expand her knowledge into this evolving field of<br />

medicine. Rather than prescribing medications and<br />

bandaging diseases she looks for the "root causes"<br />

and integrates each system in the body together. She<br />

also looks at environmental, genetic and lifestyle<br />

factors which result in "dis-ease". Her continued and<br />

expanding practice utilizes bioidentical hormone<br />

replacement, thyroid and adrenal optimization, GI<br />

healing, peptide therapy, ozone therapy, PRP hair<br />

therapy, as well as body contouring and weight<br />

management.<br />

With a career spanning over 40 years in the finance<br />

and wealth management industry, Christeen Reeg<br />

joined CAPTRUST in 2021. Her passion lies in helping<br />

people realize their dreams and plan for a future<br />

with a life that is well lived. Christeen is the chair<br />

of the planned giving committee for the El Dorado<br />

Community Foundation, a member of the Assistance<br />

League of Sacramento’s Advisory Council, and a board<br />

member of Marshall Hospital in Placerville.<br />

CAPTRUST is an independent registered investment<br />

advisor that seeks to create a more diverse community<br />

of advisors through inclusion and diversity efforts,<br />

including the firm’s internal Women’s Initiative.<br />

Christeen is a passionate member of this group, which<br />

supports the growth of women advisors.<br />

1130 Iron Point Rd #100 | Folsom, CA 95630<br />

916.932.0150 | captrust.com<br />

Christeen Reeg<br />

Principal<br />

Financial Advisor<br />

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Darcy Quinn<br />

Placerville Public House<br />

305 Main Street // Placerville // 530-303-3792<br />

placervillepublichouse.com // PlacervillePublicHouse<br />

Danielle Harper & Darcy Quinn<br />

Thrifted on Main<br />

460 Main Street // Placerville // 530-497-5945<br />

thriftedonmain.com // thrifted.onmain<br />

Darcy Quinn is a co-owner of Placerville Public House, in<br />

historic Placerville. She has been a rock in the making<br />

of the Placerville Public House. From the beginning,<br />

Darcy has been diligent and steadfast with the standards<br />

and practices of the pub. And, by using her entrepreneurial intuition<br />

and business acumen, she has helped to create a successful pub for the<br />

community to enjoy, and a great place for locals to work.<br />

Darcy is always trying to perfect the customer experience at the<br />

Placerville Public House. She has an eye for the details like no other<br />

and with that she's created a comfortable, social pub atmosphere where<br />

everyone—locals and traveling tourists alike—is welcome!<br />

Since opening in October 2022, Thrifted on Main co-owners<br />

Danielle Harper and Darcy Quinn have curated a unique<br />

selection of thrifted, eclectic, and vintage clothing, home<br />

décor, and small furniture pieces. Their goal was to turn<br />

their backgrounds in design, fashion and business into something<br />

more and share it with others. This dynamic duo believes in building<br />

relationships by growing roots within the community, especially in<br />

Placerville where both call home.<br />

When they're not scoping out the next treasure for Thrifted on Main,<br />

you can find them at the beach, camping and supporting other small<br />

businesses in the community!<br />

Deirdre Hawkins<br />

Hawkins School of Performing Arts<br />

118 Woodmere Rd. // Folsom<br />

916-355-1900 // hawkinsschool.com<br />

#1 Best Performing Arts School<br />

Deirdre<br />

Hawkins<br />

feels<br />

blessed to<br />

be a part of the rich<br />

cultural community<br />

of Folsom. Now in<br />

its 35th year, the<br />

studio offers all styles<br />

of Dance as well as<br />

Acting and Voice.<br />

Summer camps and<br />

intensives for all ages<br />

in all disciplines are<br />

offered. Hawkins<br />

Performing Troupes<br />

and Companies<br />

bring high quality<br />

performances to<br />

the area throughout<br />

the year. Deirdre's<br />

mission is to bring the<br />

joy of the performing<br />

arts to her students for<br />

personal growth, or<br />

to lead to a career in<br />

dance and theatre.<br />

Lisa Gomez<br />

The Vine<br />

609 Sutter St. // Folsom // 916-932-4234<br />

3907 Park Dr. // El Dorado Hills // 916-510-2036<br />

www.atthevine.wine<br />

The Vine is not your average wine bar. We are proud,<br />

not pretentious!<br />

We provide a casual, intimate, and relaxed<br />

environment where our guests can sip on some<br />

great wine, or beer, and enjoy a delicious variety of small<br />

plate offerings and brunch on the weekends in El Dorado<br />

Hills. With live music every Friday & Saturday night at both<br />

locations, “Pouring for the people” is more than a tag line, it<br />

is a way of life. We created The Vine for you! So, come on in<br />

and see why we were winners of <strong>Style</strong> <strong>Magazine</strong>’s Best Wine<br />

Bar, two years in a row!<br />

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Kehli McCaskill<br />

Amanda Splinter<br />

Kehli McCaskill & Amanda Splinter<br />

Allure Skin & Laser<br />

4080 Cavitt Stallman Rd., Ste. 100 // Granite Bay<br />

916-771-0715 // www.vagaro.com/allureskinandlaser<br />

Allure Skin and Laser is a Dermatology and Medical Aesthetic<br />

Clinic specializing in Skin rejuvenation as well as treating<br />

broad spectrum dermatologic needs including pediatric<br />

vascular anomalies. Our focus is laser resurfacing, injectable<br />

neurotoxins and fillers, laser hair reduction and PRP. We strive to cultivate<br />

a comfortable, clean, and confident environment for our broad array of<br />

beautiful patients. Our collaborating Dermatologist is Dr. Marc Serota.<br />

We offer many different procedures at Allure Skin and Laser. One<br />

of our favorites is the Halo laser, it is the first hybrid fractional laser<br />

that uses both ablative and non-ablative technology to effectively treat<br />

multiple layers of the skin. The ablative technology targets the top layer<br />

of the skin, while the non-ablative technology focuses on the underlying<br />

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have depleted from the skin. It effectively treats hyperpigmentation,<br />

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Other treatments offered include: Plasma Sculpt Bio Filler (a natural filler<br />

made from your own plasma) • Botox/Dysport and Daxxify • Sculptra/<br />

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• Personalized skin health programs • BBL • Laser Tattoo removal • Laser<br />

hair removal • Pulse dye laser and Microneedling.<br />

Judy Bujold - Digital Photo Manager<br />

Captured Moments<br />

916-747-9236<br />

judybujold.com // photos@judybujold.com<br />

My passion for<br />

storytelling led<br />

to founding<br />

Captured Moments<br />

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Carol Heape & Liz Heape-Caldwell<br />

Elder Options<br />

630 Main Street // Placerville // 916-391-8083 // 530-626-6939<br />

elderoptionsca.com // elderoptionsinc<br />

Elder Options supports older adults, neurodiverse children &<br />

adults, and their families by creating care services that enable<br />

“A Life Lived Fully Every Day”. Our credentialed Care<br />

Managers uniquely personalize the support required now<br />

and later as health/situations change. Whether at home or in a care<br />

community, our care management, home care, respite and assisted living<br />

services are designed to assist those in need.<br />

Carol Heape, Founder & Liz Heape-Caldwell, COO remain leaders<br />

in the development of care services for all and continue to work to value<br />

lives of adults as they “age in place.”<br />

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Pamela Connor,<br />

Functional Medicine Nutritionist<br />

Connor Wellness Clinic<br />

1891 E. Roseville Pkwy., #170 // Roseville<br />

916-404-0886 // www.connorwellnessclinic.com<br />

staff@connorwellnessclinic.com<br />

We offer a<br />

functional<br />

medicine<br />

and an<br />

integrative approach to<br />

healing and the factors<br />

influencing health.<br />

Our philosophy is<br />

science and nutritional<br />

based focusing on the<br />

root causes of health<br />

imbalances. A wide<br />

variety of diagnostic and<br />

lab testing are available<br />

for conditions such as<br />

gut issues, autoimmune<br />

disorders, hormone<br />

balancing, weight loss,<br />

genetic testing. See<br />

our website for our<br />

services and testing. We<br />

specialize in supporting<br />

gut health, autoimmune<br />

conditions, weight loss,<br />

hormones, and more.<br />

Puja Khana<br />

Remedy Rx Pharmacy & Compounding<br />

1420E Roseville Pkwy, #130 // Roseville // 916-740-1600<br />

MyRemedyRx.com, pharmacist@myremedyrx.com<br />

Today about<br />

55% of<br />

Pharmacists<br />

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and Puja is one of these<br />

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As the owner and<br />

founder of Remedy Rx<br />

Puja is all about caring<br />

for her patients’ health<br />

and safety. It is in her<br />

nature as a women to<br />

care for others, making<br />

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that she, along with<br />

her staff, are extremely<br />

passionate about. As<br />

most of the team at<br />

Remedy Rx Pharmacy<br />

are women, they cannot<br />

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far they have grown<br />

since opening in 2013.<br />

Together, let them earn<br />

your trust by taking<br />

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loved ones!<br />

Karen Bowman<br />

Bowman Martial Arts<br />

626 E. Bidwell St. // Folsom // 916-984-9135<br />

www.BowmanMartialArts.com // Group: Bowman Martial Arts<br />

Karen Bowman is a<br />

7th Degree Black<br />

Belt who has been<br />

teaching for 21<br />

years. Karen brings increased<br />

experience and confidence to<br />

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levels. Focusing on improvement<br />

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leadership and integrity, Karen<br />

is proud to have affected the<br />

lives of so many Folsom families.<br />

Bowman Martial Arts can bring<br />

changes and personal victories by<br />

challenging the many different<br />

age groups and ability levels that<br />

walk through our door. If the<br />

goal is a Black Belt, you can do<br />

it! The studio offers self-defense,<br />

sparring, weapons training and<br />

even birthday parties. Bowman<br />

Martial Arts is now celebrating<br />

their 19th year of instruction<br />

All of our instructors are “home<br />

grown” and we have two workout<br />

floors. Stop by today, tour our<br />

studio and meet our instructors.<br />

Liz Eisen<br />

De La Rosa's Bridal & Tuxedo<br />

6606 Folsom-Auburn Road, Suite 2 // Folsom<br />

916-983-3400 // delarosasbridal.com // DeLaRosasBridal<br />

Liz Eisen, of De La Rosa's Bridal & Tuxedo, began her journey<br />

in the bridal business at the age of 17. Some years later, Liz<br />

is now the owner and manager of her own successful bridal<br />

business here in Folsom.<br />

She relocated the business and put together a redesign of the store to<br />

reflect her own style. She has successfully continued to work hard to<br />

keep her customers satisfied. De La Rosa's Bridal looks forward to<br />

helping you find that perfect gown as well as mothers or bridesmaids<br />

dresses. With our great selection of tuxedos and suits, De La Rosa's<br />

Bridal and Tuxedo will always be your place to shop for all your bridal<br />

needs here in Folsom, now and in the future years to come.<br />

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Amanda D. Yasbek, CFLS<br />

Onyx Law Office, APC.<br />

740 Oak Avenue Parkway, Ste. 100 // Folsom<br />

916-932-2362 // www.onyxlawoffice.com<br />

’22<br />

Amanda D. Yasbek (fka Amanda Berger)<br />

is a Certified Family Law Specialist and<br />

has over 10 years’ experience in handling<br />

complex family law matters. She recently<br />

rebranded her law firm and changed the name to Onyx<br />

Law Office. The name Onyx Law Office is inspired<br />

by our team’s desire to continuously push our clients<br />

forward in life while offering protection and emotional<br />

stability. Our team of women succeed in helping our<br />

clients rise and flourish. Onyx Law Office is here to<br />

show those who need help that there are a variety of<br />

paths available as they walk through their legal matter,<br />

whether family law or estate planning.<br />

Ms. Yasbek is honored to be recognized as a leader<br />

in the family law industry. Her passion for law and<br />

helping others started during her childhood and has<br />

grown over the years. Her dedication to helping her<br />

clients navigate the difficulties of the family law or<br />

estate planning process is what continues to motivate<br />

her daily.<br />

Ms. Yasbek has been voted as a Best Attorney in<br />

Folsom 3 years in a row and also has an award-winning<br />

law office. Ms. Yasbek devotes time to giving back to<br />

those in need. When she is not at the office, she enjoys<br />

spending time with her family and traveling.<br />

Dignity Medical Aesthetics<br />

Non-Invasive Anti-Aging Treatments<br />

1200 Suncast Lane, Suite 5 // El Dorado Hills<br />

916-939-3889 // info@dignitymed.com<br />

dignitymed.com<br />

The Dignity Team<br />

Missey McCallum, RN,<br />

CANS Certified Aesthetic<br />

Nurse Specialist<br />

Alyssa Wik<br />

Receptionist<br />

Jennifer Thomas<br />

RN<br />

Sherellen Gerhart<br />

MD<br />

Sarah Spadavecchia<br />

Receptionist<br />

Diana Zanoni-Potts<br />

MD<br />

Ashley Brown<br />

RN<br />

Carley Thetford<br />

Receptionist<br />

Haley Phelps<br />

PA-C<br />

Kristi McCallum<br />

Medical Assistant<br />

Gretchen Britt<br />

Receptionist<br />

We’re celebrating our<br />

17th year of Excellence!<br />

Joty Pabla<br />

PA-C<br />

Lacey Russo, Patient<br />

Care Coordinator<br />

This year marks the 17th anniversary of El Dorado<br />

Hills’ favorite medical practice for treatments to<br />

slow the appearance of aging on the face, neck<br />

and body. Dignity Medical Aesthetics (DMA)<br />

was established in 2006 by Missey McCallum, RN, and<br />

Sherellen Gerhart, MD. Dignity Medical Aesthetics<br />

has been the premier medical aesthetic practice in El Dorado<br />

Hills since 2006. They offer services such as laser and IPL<br />

treatments for permanent hair reduction, removing brown<br />

spots and redness, as well as treating lines, scars and laxity to<br />

help provide younger, smoother looking skin. They offer<br />

non-invasive treatments for lifting the neck or brow and skin<br />

tightening. They have options for Body Contouring, Radio<br />

Frequency Microneedling and Vaginal Rejuvenation.<br />

Plus Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) injections are offered to<br />

naturally help with hair loss and skin rejuvenation. They are<br />

national leaders in injections of Botox and fillers for relaxing<br />

lines, adding volume, and for lifting facial areas to lessen<br />

the appearance of sagginess and jowls. All new patients<br />

receive a complimentary 45 minute consultation to carefully<br />

review their medical history followed by a general overview<br />

of treatment options that can best meet their personal<br />

needs for enhancing their appearance.<br />

By looking at their website (www.dignitymed.com),<br />

you can see examples of most of their treatments and<br />

services. CALL (916) 939-3889 TO SCHEDULE<br />



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Tiffany Kelly<br />

Sassy Sapphire Boutique<br />

4359 Town Center Blvd.<br />

El Dorado Hills // 916-931-8989<br />

sassysapphireboutique.com<br />

Gail Lohmann<br />

Visiting Angels In-Home Care<br />

3350 Country Club Dr, #101<br />

Cameron Park // 530-677-4400<br />

4465 Granite Dr // Rocklin<br />

916-424-4400<br />

www.VisitingAngels.com/GoldCountry<br />

Andrea Vela<br />

Cameron Park Florist<br />

3420 Coach Lane, Suite 2<br />

Cameron Park // 530-677-3911<br />

cameronparkflorist.com<br />

Tiffany has been styling women for<br />

over 6 years! Her passion is making<br />

women feel beautiful with her<br />

talented personal shopping and styling and<br />

best service possible.<br />

Her goal in life is helping others, so you can<br />

also find her volunteering at the society for<br />

the blind and spending family time with her<br />

husband, Doug, and kids.<br />

Come visit us in the EDH Town Center—<br />

we have new arrivals weekly!<br />

Gail Lohmann is owner of Visiting<br />

Angels, the area’s top awardwinning<br />

senior homecare agency.<br />

At 15 while working at her first job at an<br />

assisted living facility she discovered her<br />

love for working with seniors. Visiting<br />

Angels is the perfect business where she<br />

can work with her beloved seniors and<br />

serve her community.<br />

My name is Andrea and I’m from<br />

Shingle Springs. I graduated with<br />

a B.A. in Interior Design with a<br />

minor in Fine Art. I worked on a Masters<br />

Program at U.C. Davis as well. After college<br />

I worked for an architecture firm, but<br />

realized that I wanted to pursue my hobby<br />

as a Floral Designer. I saw that Cameron<br />

Park Florist was for sale and purchased it in<br />

2016. Since then I have been able to double<br />

the revenue of the business, and spread even<br />

more happiness throughout my community!<br />

Linda Hopkins-Davies<br />

The Davies Family Inn<br />

3700 Fort Jim Road // Placerville<br />

530-295-1000 // thedaviesfamilyinn.com<br />

TheDaviesFamilyInn<br />

Kim Silsby<br />

Rose Gold Health<br />

6910 Douglas Blvd. Ste. C<br />

Granite Bay // 916-872-1265<br />

www.rosegoldhealth.com<br />

CynSational Aesthetics<br />

1325 Riley St. Suite 204 // Folsom<br />

916-432-7200 // cynsationalaesthetics.com<br />

Located 5 miles east of the Gold Rush<br />

town of Placerville, The Davies<br />

Family Inn rests deep in the heart<br />

of the Mother lode. The rustic elegance of<br />

this mid-1800s era log cabin homestead has<br />

been preserved and enhanced by Linda and<br />

her husband Jimto promote the look and<br />

feel of frontier living with the convenience<br />

of modern times. The beauty of this setting<br />

speaks softly of a revitalizing tranquility,<br />

unique in our fast paced world. A very<br />

special place, for your next special event!<br />

Kim Silsby has been serving clients<br />

with acupuncture and Eastern<br />

Medicine for 20 years. She opened<br />

Rose Gold Health in July 2022.<br />

She especially loves helping male and<br />

female clients with all kinds of acute and<br />

chronic pain, sports injuries, women's<br />

health, fertility and pregnancy, depression,<br />

anxiety, and grief.<br />

Cynthia Sanchez, RN-BSN, is an<br />

Aesthetic Nurse Specialist with<br />

over two decades of experience.<br />

Cynthia draws on her specialized<br />

certifications, extensive knowledge<br />

base, compassion and artistry, earning<br />

her a spot on the list of top 25 injectors<br />

in the Bay Area. If you need the highest<br />

level of care, CynSational Aesthetics has<br />

you covered!<br />

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Devon Gaston, DC, MS, DACNB<br />

Passport 2 Health<br />

3905 Park Drive, Suite 210 // El Dorado Hills // 916-984-4128<br />

www.passport2health.co // passport2health<br />

O<br />

ver the past 8 years, Dr. Devon Gaston and her integrative<br />

sports chiropractic team have been the trusted healing<br />

destination for local athletes and families navigating the world<br />

of chronic pain, movement and balance disorders throughout<br />

the Folsom and EDH community.<br />

Passport 2 Health seamlessly blends the most advanced clinical and<br />

diagnostic therapies in chiropractic sports medicine, functional neurology,<br />

corrective exercise, functional medicine and genetic testing to tailor a<br />

unique, neurologically based plan to healing. Board Certified in Functional<br />

Neurology, Dr. Gaston has been established as a medical expert in the<br />

realm of traumatic brain injury diagnosis and clinical rehabilitation since<br />

2016, her passion driven by her own successful remission of post concussive<br />

syndrome with chronic intermittent vertigo.<br />

“Dr. D” is an avid supporter of the triathlon and ultra endurance<br />

community and is normally seen running the trails around Folsom Lake,<br />

wine tasting Amador or commandeering a piano somewhere… @tbfracing<br />

<strong>Style</strong> offering: We thank you for your continued support as we have<br />

expanded into our NEW medical movement facility complete with full<br />

gym, pilates and IV suite nestled in EDH, 30 seconds from Hwy 50.<br />

Mention this ad for a FREE ADD-On service to our medical massage<br />

therapist.<br />

Passport 2 Health: Passport to Life.<br />

Thank you for voting for us 4 years in a row! Women-owned and operated!<br />

Dr. Kim Corrigan O.D.<br />

Dr. Victoria Young O.D<br />

El Dorado Hills Optometric Center<br />

2209 Francisco Drive, Suite 150 // El Dorado Hills<br />

916-933-5535 // EDHeye.com<br />

El Dorado Hills Optometric Center was<br />

initially founded in 1984 and has been serving<br />

patients for over 39 years. We are committed<br />

to excellence in patient care and providing a<br />

comprehensive eye examination. Our practice utilizes<br />

state-of-the-art equipment along with a highly trained<br />

staff to provide a friendly and professional service.<br />

Dr. Corrigan, O.D. has been part of EDHOC for<br />

over 23 years, having graduated from Northeastern<br />

State University College of Optometry, Tahlequah,<br />

Oklahoma in 1990. Her emphasis is in primary eye care<br />

with special interest in complex contact lens fitting. Dr.<br />

Corrigan enjoys running, cycling and outdoor sports<br />

with her husband.<br />

Dr. Young, O.D. recently joined the practice.<br />

Relocating from the Bay Area, she began her optometry<br />

career in the Sacramento Valley 28 years ago. She is<br />

a graduate of the University of Houston College of<br />

Optometry and has an emphasis on primary eye care<br />

for the whole family, including children. Dr. Young<br />

enjoys fitness, hiking, and spending time with family<br />

and friends.<br />

Please visit our office for all your eyecare needs!<br />

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María Elena Ramos<br />

Divine Beauty Aesthetics<br />

1000 White Rock Road, Suite #300<br />

El Dorado Hills // 279-842-6242<br />

divinebeautyaesthetics.co<br />

Carey Mencarini / Founder<br />

IV Lounge by Renew Naturopathic<br />

3161 Cameron Park Drive, Suite 105<br />

Cameron Park // 530-387-7097<br />

ivlounge-edh.com<br />

Rosario Rodriguez<br />

Sutter Street Taqueria<br />

727 Sutter St. // Folsom<br />

916-293-8952<br />

facebook.com/SutterStreetTaqueria<br />

Meet María Elena Ramos, our<br />

Noninvasive Aesthetics Practitioner<br />

and Owner of Divine Beauty<br />

Aesthetics; Noninvasive Body Sculpting.<br />

She is continually educating herself and her<br />

team to bring the latest and most innovative<br />

techniques to you. Mari’s goal is to help you<br />

achieve and maintain a healthy and younger<br />

appearance! At Divine Beauty Aesthetics, we<br />

offer various services and products developed<br />

to help fat reduction, cellulite treatment, and<br />

slimming. Call us today!<br />

My passion for helping people led to<br />

founding IV Lounge in February<br />

2021. As someone who battled<br />

with a debilitating chronic illness, I relied on<br />

intravenous vitamin therapy weekly.<br />

I am grateful to have the ability to bring this<br />

invaluable service to our local area today!<br />

The IV Lounge provides convenient access<br />

to affordable, high quality IV Vitamin<br />

therapy customized and administered by our<br />

Naturopath. IV vitamin therapy is optimal<br />

fuel that is effective and reliable!<br />

Rosario Rodriguez serves as the<br />

<strong>May</strong>or for the City of Folsom. As<br />

a small business owner of Sutter<br />

Street Taqueria in Historic Folsom and<br />

former healthcare manager, Rosario<br />

understands that small businesses thrive<br />

with the support of the community and<br />

city government.<br />

Rosario’s focus is on Economic<br />

Development as the city experiences<br />

forecasted budget deficits.<br />

Congratulations<br />

to the Graduating<br />

Class of <strong>2023</strong>!<br />

Call ASAP to book your Senior portrait session!<br />

www.audreyperez.com<br />

info@audreyperez.com<br />

(916) 217-4101<br />

<br />

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Claudia Cummings<br />

Cummings Properties<br />

1625 Creekside Dr., #201 // Folsom<br />

916-984-7025 // wcc@cummingsprops.com<br />

Claudia Cummings and a River District Plan for Folsom<br />

The City of Folsom is home to more than six miles<br />

of frontage on the American River and Lake<br />

Natoma. According to a recent City of Folsom<br />

Newsletter, our waterfront areas are poorly<br />

identified with limited access. Among her many other civic<br />

activities and contributions, Claudia Cummings responded<br />

to this problem and worked to organize a community<br />

group known as the Folsom River District Organizing<br />

Committee in early 2018. Under Claudia’s leadership as<br />

Chair, the Committee began work to develop a vision for<br />

the appropriate enhancement of the City’s riverfront areas<br />

for current and future residents. Later that year, the City<br />

Council approved an updated General Plan which included<br />

language regarding development of a River District<br />

Master Plan and the Organizing Committee conducted a<br />

visioning effort resulting in a Community Outreach Report<br />

discussing options for a plan going forward. Since then,<br />

the Committee has continued its effort to support a River<br />

District Master Plan and the City has begun the process<br />

of developing that plan for a waterfront that is widely<br />

recognized as an underutilized amenity for City residents<br />

and tourists alike. Claudia continues to remain involved in<br />

this important effort and a final Master Plan is expected to<br />

be completed by the end of next year.<br />

Jennifer Kirk, CEO/Founder<br />

Posh Puppy Boutique<br />

Posh Paws Grooming Salon<br />

6671 Blue Oaks Blvd., Ste. 1 // Rocklin // 916-899-6770<br />

8331 Sierra College Blvd., Ste. 216A // Granite Bay // 916-295-1944<br />

1500 Del Webb Blvd., Ste. 102 // Lincoln // 916-409-7074<br />

poshpawsgroomingsalon.com // poshpuppyboutique.com<br />

Businesswoman Jennifer Kirk is the owner of Posh<br />

Puppy Boutique, a retail venue and online shop for<br />

dog owners with discriminating taste. Posh Puppy<br />

Boutique delivers California’s largest retail selection of<br />

high end dog products and the nation’s largest dog e-commerce<br />

store, since 2007. Kirk has expanded her passion for animals into<br />

new arenas. The first Posh Puppy Boutique Automated Vending<br />

machine was launched earlier this year at the airport in Las<br />

Vegas. This is the first of it’s kind in a US Airport.<br />

In 2015, she opened up Posh Paws Grooming Salons, where<br />

she offers a cage free pet grooming salon for her clients. This<br />

business model has had proven success, with the addition of<br />

a second location in Granite Bay in 2018. Then last year she<br />

added a 3rd salon in the community of Sun City in Lincoln.<br />

On top of all the business success, Jennifer remains active<br />

as an executive board member on the Vanderpump Dog<br />

organization, founded by Lisa Vanderpump.<br />

A rescue organization with worldwide efforts to help dogs in<br />

need worldwide.<br />

Jennifer is a firm believer that your pets are an extension of your<br />

family, and that sentiment is shared by the whole Posh team.<br />

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Sally Buchanan<br />

Nancy Christeson<br />

Jennifer Cliff<br />

Laura Fickle<br />

Debbie Hurst<br />

Jennifer Jiminez<br />

Sheri Merrick<br />

Megan Murphy<br />

Shannon Robb<br />

Coleen Schwietert<br />

Libby Siino<br />

Jessica Urrutia-Andrews<br />

Choose Folsom<br />

200 Wool St. // Folsom<br />

916-985-2698 // choosefolsom.com<br />

Choose Folsom is a collaborative organization<br />

dedicated to promoting economic growth, business<br />

development, and community engagement in the<br />

Folsom area. By fostering strong relationships<br />

among local businesses, government, and residents, the<br />

Partnership works to create a thriving, sustainable, and<br />

vibrant community.<br />

Folsom Chamber of Commerce<br />

Folsom Chamber of Commerce is an organization that supports<br />

and promotes businesses in Folsom through networking,<br />

advocacy, and resources.<br />

Tourism<br />

Promoting the best of what Folsom has to offer to our guests<br />

and visitors, including outdoor activities, historic sites, cultural<br />

events, shopping, dining, and scenic beauty<br />

Economic Development<br />

Folsom offers a diverse economy, skilled workforce, businessfriendly<br />

environment, and prime location for companies<br />

seeking growth and innovation<br />

For More Information about the work that Choose Folsom does<br />

we encourage you to visit ChooseFolsom.com<br />

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Reach for th<br />


Stars<br />

| editor's picks |<br />

Starward Nova Single Malt<br />

Whisky, $55.99 at Folsom Bottle<br />

Shop, 7700 Folsom-Auburn<br />

Road, Folsom, 916-290-2353,<br />

folsombottleshop.com<br />

Sylvi Harwin Star Gazing<br />

Asymmetric Earrings, $71 at<br />

Rainbow Bridge Jewelers,<br />

721 Sutter Street, 916-985-7618,<br />

rainbowbridgejewelers.com<br />

Sleeping with<br />

the Stars Brandy<br />

Bubble, $44 at La<br />

Piccolina, 110 Gateway<br />

Drive, Suite 110, Lincoln, 916-<br />

246-9511, la-piccolina.com<br />

David Bowie<br />

Blackstar, $33.99<br />

at The Cave,<br />

313 East Bidwell<br />

Street, Folsom,<br />

916-260-5146,<br />

thecavestores.com<br />

Ultra-Plush Colorful<br />

Stars Front Sleeveless<br />

Pajamas, $42 at Posh<br />

Puppy Boutique, based<br />

locally in Rocklin,<br />

916-435-3044,<br />

poshpuppyboutique.<br />

com<br />

Starlight Kaleidoscope, $8.99 at T.W.<br />

Bonkers Toy & Candy Emporium, 398<br />

Main Street, Placerville, 530-642-<br />

2671, bonkerstoystore.com<br />

P.J. Salvage Slounge Riot<br />

Hoodie, $86 at Button Up<br />

Boutique, 330 Palladio Parkway,<br />

Suite 2017, Folsom, 916-817-1882;<br />

1182 Roseville Parkway, Suite 170,<br />

Roseville, 916-742-4997; 1000<br />

White Rock Road, Suite 500,<br />

El Dorado Hills, 916-933-6300,<br />

buttonupboutique.net<br />

Photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.<br />

Starry Bullet Journal, $14.99<br />

at Lux n Lav Boutique, 6040<br />

Stanford Ranch Road, Suite<br />

200, Rocklin, 916-607-5934,<br />

shopluxnlav.com<br />

Luna Nebula 16”<br />

x 20” Watercolor<br />

by Diane Tharp,<br />

$300 at Auburn<br />

Old Town Gallery,<br />

218 Washington<br />

Street, Auburn,<br />

530-887-9150,<br />

auburnoldtowngallery.<br />

com<br />

Eden<br />

Presley Star<br />

Trio Bracelet,<br />

$580 at Talisman<br />

Collection Fine<br />

Jewelers, 4357 Town<br />

Center Boulevard,<br />

Suite 118, El Dorado<br />

Hills, 916-358-5683,<br />

talismancollection.<br />

com<br />

Star Map Projector,<br />

$24.99 at Wit & Whimsy<br />

Toys, 8789 Auburn Folsom<br />

Road, Suite C, Granite<br />

Bay, 916-771-2780,<br />

witandwhimsytoys.com<br />

Items subject to availability and prices subject to change.<br />

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Mothers’ Day gift guide<br />


— Dignity Medical Gift Cards—<br />

We Specialize in Botox, Dermal Fillers, Body Contouring, Skin<br />

Rejuvenation, Micro Needling and Much More—Along with<br />

a Wide Variety of Skin Care Products to Choose From!<br />

Dignity Medical Aesthetics<br />

1200 Suncast Lane, Suite 5 | El Dorado Hills<br />

916-939-3889 | dignitymed.com<br />

/ dignitymedical | / dignitymedicalaesthetics<br />

—Sweeten Her Day With Annabelle's—<br />

Handmade gourmet chocolates and a<br />

large selection of local wines.<br />

Mon-Sat 11-6pm<br />

Annabelle's Chocolate Lounge<br />

6240 Pleasant Valley Rd. | El Dorado<br />

530-295-9390 | annabelleschocolate.com<br />

/ annabelleschocolate<br />

— Holly Yashi Mother's Day Sale —<br />

Easy to wear artistic jewelry for all occasions.<br />

Rainbow Bridge Jewelers<br />

721 Sutter Street | Folsom<br />

916.985.7618 | rainbowbridgejewelers.com<br />

@rainbowbridgejewelers | @ rainbowbridgejewelry<br />

— Fine Jewelry and Art —<br />

Thoughtful and timeless gifts that tell her she is loved<br />

Voted Best Art Gallery and Best Fine Jewelry Store<br />

Gold Country Artists Gallery<br />

379 Main Street | Placerville | 530-642-2944<br />

goldcountryartistsgallery.com<br />

/ goldcountryartistsgallery<br />

— Sweeten Her Day With Treats —<br />

Treat your mom with local baked goodies with<br />

locally sourced ingredients!<br />

Pies, cookies, cakes, breads, jams, family meals and more!<br />

Urban Dreamer Farm & Vineyard<br />

10370 Mount Vernon Rd., | Auburn<br />

530-308-3665 | urbandreamerfarm.org<br />

@urbandreamerfarm | Farmstand Open Sat. 9 am - 1 pm<br />

— Gift Cards Beautifully Packaged —<br />

Pamper mom with a gift card from Hoshall’s Salon and Spa.<br />

Purchase in store or online at www.hoshalls.com<br />

Hoshall's Salon and Spa<br />

6608 Folsom-Auburn Rd. Ste 4 | Folsom<br />

916-987-1995 | hoshalls.com<br />

/ hoshalls<br />

— Mother's Day - Gift Box —<br />

Celebrate mom with a six pack specially<br />

decorated cupcakes for Mother’s Day.<br />

Icing on the Cupcake<br />

330 Palladio Pkwy., Suite 2027 | Folsom<br />

6839 Lonetree Blvd. | Rocklin<br />

916-303-4333 | icingonthecupcake.com<br />

/ IcingOnTheCupcake | / icingonthecpcke<br />

— Mom’s Getaway Close to Home —<br />

Enjoy a stay-cation getaway with a room at<br />

Lake Natoma Inn in Historic Folsom.<br />

Rates starting at $179 + tax<br />

Lake Natoma Inn<br />

702 Gold Lake Drive | Folsom<br />

916-351-1500 | lakenatomainn.com<br />

ENTER<br />

TO WIN<br />



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— Your MOM Deserves FUN! —<br />

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Get all the moms in your life her new favorite bubbly!<br />

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Customer service is: Providing what your clients need but<br />

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Last big purchase: Headphones for our newly added<br />

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Favorite small business: Exotic Plants.<br />

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Jacki Pabst Photography<br />


Cameron Park, 916-708-5826, jackipabstphotography.com<br />

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Services or products you offer: Business branding, headshots,<br />

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What you enjoy most about your profession: Getting to know<br />

my clients and capturing irreplaceable memories for them. Life<br />

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Fun fact about your company: I once used a dumpster door<br />

as a backdrop to get the rustic look my client was hoping for.<br />

Sometimes I improvise!<br />

You started your business, because: I was working fulltime<br />

in 2020, then the pandemic hit, and I found out I was<br />

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grateful to pursue what I love.<br />

Customer service is: Key! Run your business like you’re a<br />

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Most memorable experience as an entrepreneur: When one<br />

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First job: Ross Dress for Less.<br />

Favorite local restaurant: Umi Sushi.<br />

Last big purchase: My very cool minivan.<br />

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Balzer chooses to work directly with<br />

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Eco-friendly can be budget-friendly<br />

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décor items. Plus, you’re often giving back<br />

Buitenhuis Chandelier from Kooij<br />

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get your fill! And don’t sleep on their sides;<br />

offerings like cowboy cornbread, charro<br />

beans, and slaw guarantee you’ll be too big<br />

for your britches by the time you leave! 614<br />

Sutter Street, Folsom, 916-353-0140, jwilds.com<br />

Hog Wild Bar-B-Que<br />

J Wild‘s Livery<br />

Poor Red‘s Bar-B-Q<br />

Poor Red’s Bar-B-Q in El Dorado is a<br />

treasured foothills landmark and not just<br />

because the historic bar and restaurant<br />

serves up delicious barbecue (but it’s a<br />

surefire way to win hearts and stomachs).<br />

Set yourself down for a tasty half- or<br />

full- rack of ribs rubbed with 12 spice and<br />

served sauced with Red's own creation. Feel<br />

empowered not to share—it's your right to<br />

enjoy a tasty mess of ribs all by yourself.<br />

And make sure you order their signature<br />

cocktail, too: the legendary Gold Cadillac!<br />

6221 Pleasant Valley Road, El Dorado, 530-622-2901,<br />

poorreds.com<br />

Hog Wild Bar-B-Que specializes<br />

in “low and slow” Texas-style barbecue,<br />

seasoned, and cherrywood smoked with<br />

sauce on the side (of course). The baby<br />

back ribs with a sweet rub are a clear winner<br />

and while their original sauce is the go-to,<br />

you also can’t beat their spicy or chipotle<br />

sauces. Oh, and don’t forget to sample<br />

their award-winning sides and desserts (all<br />

made fresh daily!) like sautéed green beans,<br />

macaroni and cheese, ranchero-style pinto<br />

beans, and four-berry cobbler. 38 Main Street,<br />

Placerville, 530-622-3883, hogwildbarbque.com<br />

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Above: Quick Dish<br />

Right: Back Forty Texas BBQ<br />

Below: Smokey Pit Barbeque<br />

Back Forty Texas BBQ (local locations in<br />

Shingle Springs and Roseville) gives folks authentic<br />

Texas barbecue. Get your Fred Flintstone on and<br />

enjoy a half or full slab of their beef ribs: these<br />

suckers are BIG, meaty, delicious, and not for the<br />

faint of heart. Don’t forget a side of BBQ beans or<br />

fried okra and be sure to grab yourself a true Texas<br />

treat with an order of banana puddin’ for dessert!<br />

1201 Orlando Avenue, Roseville, 916-726-4040, backfortyroseville.<br />

com; 3977 Durock Road, Shingle Springs, 530-676-4040,<br />

backfortyshinglesprings.com<br />

Quick Dish photo courtesy of Quick Dish. Other photos by Taylor Gillespie ©stylemediagroup.<br />

Quick Dish specializes in authentic Brazilian<br />

barbecue (churrasco) and the BBQ plates don’t<br />

disappoint. Choose from picanha (Brazilian cut of<br />

steak), homemade sausage, tri-tip, salmon, chicken<br />

breast, or their latest (and dare we say greatest)<br />

offering: costela (Brazilian-style beef ribs that are<br />

seasoned with rock salt and cooked low and slow<br />

until they melt away from the bone). Whichever<br />

plate you pick, it comes with rice, French fries, black<br />

beans, and salad. For a meal to (really!) remember,<br />

make sure to order one of their refreshing<br />

beverages like mint pineapple juice, passion fruit<br />

juice, or cashew juice. 322 East Bidwell Street, Folsom, 916-<br />

293-9374, quickdishfood.net<br />

Smokey Pit Barbeque has been quietly<br />

serving up delicious Texas-style ’cue for 10 years.<br />

Die-hard fans fight it out over the pulled pork<br />

sandwich and the tri-tip sandwich, but we can<br />

also confidently say the ribs are not to be ignored,<br />

nor can the chopped brisket. Oh, but the smokey<br />

chicken! You see the dilemma here. But tying it all<br />

together is the sauce—sweetly spicy and so good<br />

they sell it by the pint—and the quart! Note to self:<br />

BBQ sauce lip balm? Is that a thing? 160 Harrison Avenue,<br />

Auburn, 530-889-9080, smokeypitbarbeque.com<br />

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Hosting a party? Having a wedding? Your guests will be gushing after you<br />

serve them barbecue from one of these catering-only companies.<br />

T-Bone’s BBQ & Catering<br />

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Taylor Gillespie ©stylemediagroup.<br />

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T-Bone’s BBQ & Catering has been<br />

honing their craft as a competition pitmaster<br />

for over a decade and brings that awardwinning<br />

talent to events all over the area. From<br />

brisket and tri-tip to fall-off-the-bone baby<br />

backs, prime rib, and even bone-in ham, they’ll<br />

feed you right. Plus, there’s killer sides like<br />

three-cheese bacon macaroni and cheese,<br />

pit-smoked BBQ beans, and green beans with<br />

three types of smoked sausage. If you don’t<br />

call them to cater your next event, we sure will!<br />

Roseville, 916-701-8227, tbonesbarbecue.com<br />

Wildwood BBQ is ready to feed all your<br />

friends with their endless array of tender<br />

smoked barbecued meats: from pulled pork,<br />

prime rib, and pork tenderloin, to brisket,<br />

tri-tip, ribs, BBQ chicken, and teriyaki smoked<br />

chicken. I don’t know about you but that covers<br />

my personal food pyramid. Just remember to<br />

save room for some sides; you can’t go wrong<br />

with headliners like Western-style beans or<br />

bacon-wrapped asparagus. They also offer<br />

vegetarian and vegan meals; after all, it's not<br />

really a party unless everyone can chow down!<br />

Folsom, 916-820-6224, wildwoodbbqcatering.com<br />

Cowabunga BBQ specializes in<br />

slow-smoked Southern barbecue with<br />

competition-grade skills. From succulent<br />

smoked brisket, juicy tri-tip, and tender pulled<br />

pork, to comforting sides like BBQ beans with<br />

bacon, crowd-pleasing macaroni and cheese,<br />

and much more, they’ll make your next<br />

gathering a tasty event not to be forgotten!<br />

Citrus Heights, 916-595-1671, cowabungabbq.com<br />

Photo<br />

Cowabunga<br />

courtesy<br />

BBQ<br />

of<br />

and<br />

Basecamp<br />

Wildwood<br />

Hotel.<br />

BBQ photos by Taylor Gillespie ©stylemediagroup.<br />

Buckethead BBQ photo by Brittany Phillips Photography.<br />

Don’t be surprised to see a line of cars<br />

surreptitiously following Buckethead BBQ<br />

along their routes. It’s popular for good reason.<br />

And you should see their trailer: It’s like a shiny<br />

RV buffet table of meat. Fans are all about the<br />

tender juicy brisket and killer pulled pork. Did<br />

we mention the sandwiches are BIG, the<br />

pickled onions are pink, the baked beans are<br />

tasty, and the Southern slaw is tangy? There’s<br />

not much more you can ask for from your<br />

barbecue. Roseville, 916-792-0751, bucketheadbbq.com<br />

The Ring of Fire focuses on true Southern<br />

barbecue, rubbed and slow smoked, like<br />

the brisket that’s smoked for 16 hours, whole<br />

chicken (brined for 24 hours and smoked over<br />

apple and oak), and tender St. Louis-style<br />

ribs that are full of flavor. Sides? Try the baked<br />

beans—made with four kinds of beans, bacon,<br />

and chuck, and finished on the smoker—and<br />

triple-smoked macaroni and cheese. Honestly,<br />

why are we still talking? Clearly, they’re<br />

coming to your next event. Folsom, 916-223-1667,<br />

theringoffirebbq.com<br />

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Buckhorn BBQ + Grill (local locations in Folsom and<br />

Rocklin) gives the people what they want: barbecued meats<br />

and lots of it! Choose from offerings like char-roasted tritip,<br />

black pepper baby back ribs, smoky garlic pulled pork,<br />

BBQ chicken, and much more; and then team it up with<br />

mouthwatering sides like “Jake’s Yummy Beans,” “Granny<br />

Apple Slaw,” and everybody’s favorite: cornbread muffins.<br />

Hoo-wee! 5430 Crossings Drive, Suite 104, Rocklin, 530-387-5115; 250 Palladio<br />

Parkway, Suite 1339, Folsom, 916-496-9649, buckhorngrill.com<br />

LBB Gastropub & Smokehouse is serving up delicious<br />

smokehouse barbecue, like St. Louis-style smoked ribs (longer<br />

and meatier than a baby back) and their specialty pulled<br />

chicken with Alabama white sauce (if you know, you know; and<br />

if you don’t know, you deserve to treat yourself to this Southern<br />

barbecue secret). What pairs perfectly with any, or all, of the<br />

above offerings? A pint (or two) of Loomis Basin Brewing’s<br />

delicious IPAs, ales, lagers, or pilsners. What better way to<br />

whet your whistle? 3640 Taylor Road, Suite C, Loomis, 916-824-1527, lbbpub.com<br />

Top: Buckhorn BBQ + Grill<br />

Above: LBB Gastropub & Smokehouse<br />

Below: Sierra Grill Smokehouse<br />

Sierra Grill Smokehouse specializes in a fresh approach<br />

to traditional Southern-style barbecue and let me just say:<br />

They’re not messing around. Come see about their St. Louis<br />

ribs, Texas-style brisket, smoky pulled pork, beer can chicken<br />

(marinated in their signature beer brine), and smoked turkey<br />

breast. If for some reason that leaves you hungry for more,<br />

there’s the legendary “Wagon Wheel of Wings,” which involves<br />

more than a pound of smoked wings; to which I say, heck<br />

yeah! Happy trails to me! 2515 Grass Valley Highway, Auburn, 530-823-7600,<br />

sierragrillsmokehouse.com<br />

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A high-quality, flavorful rub and/or spice blend can be the difference between a good piece of<br />

meat and a great one. Here are some local companies we love and encourage you to support.<br />

Photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.<br />

The Espresso<br />

Spice Rub from<br />

Allspicery is a<br />

Sacramento triplethreat<br />

collaboration<br />

featuring beans from<br />

Chocolate Fish Coffee<br />

Roasters, spices from<br />

Allspicery, and V<br />

Miller Meats’ signature<br />

blend of spices that<br />

will make your next<br />

grilling session one to<br />

remember. Put it on<br />

pork, beef, or even<br />

vegetables, and thank<br />

us later! 1125 11th Street,<br />

Sacramento, 916-389-7828,<br />

allspicery.com<br />

Gio’s Rub & Stuff<br />

sells both rubs and<br />

spices, including their<br />

“Sweet Heat” rub<br />

that’s kicked up with<br />

house-made smoked<br />

pepper powder, and<br />

the “Flying Dutchman”<br />

sweet coffee rub<br />

partnered with Rancho<br />

Cordova’s Black Sails<br />

Coffee. Find them at<br />

your favorite farmers’<br />

market (including<br />

those in Old Town<br />

Auburn, Historic<br />

Folsom, and the<br />

Roseville Fountains) or<br />

online. Citrus Heights, 916-<br />

793-7700, giosrubstuff.com<br />

O'Callaghan's Spiced<br />

Rubs specializes in spicy,<br />

flavor-forward rubs. Choose<br />

from “The Savory,” a Thai<br />

chili and brown sugar blend<br />

that kicks up everything from<br />

pork to tofu; “The Bold,”<br />

featuring roasted coffee with<br />

a pinch of Thai chili that’s<br />

perfect for your next steak;<br />

or “The Spicy,” which delivers<br />

zesty flavor on veggies,<br />

meats, and more. Order the<br />

goods online or purchase<br />

them at local places like the<br />

California Welcome Center<br />

in El Dorado Hills and Kings<br />

Meats. El Dorado Hills, 408-915-7019,<br />

ocallaghans-spiced-rubs.com<br />

PawPa Flavor<br />

sells an extensive line<br />

of seasonings that<br />

include “Original Rub,”<br />

a no-heat Spanish/<br />

Mexican-inspired<br />

blend guaranteed<br />

to bring the flavor;<br />

“Mango Habanero<br />

Rub,” which brings<br />

a sweet heat; and<br />

“Boujee Steakhouse<br />

Rub” featuring a bright,<br />

peppery, extra-fancy<br />

flavor. Available online<br />

and locally at Raley’s,<br />

Bel Air, and Ace<br />

Hardware. Roseville, 916-<br />

747-7628, pawpaflavor.com<br />

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Big Island Hawaiian BBQ serves authentic<br />

Hawaiian barbecue with a traditional style that<br />

hits you like a tidal wave. Starting with the classic<br />

plate lunch, take your choice of kahlua pork,<br />

chicken katsu, kalbi short ribs, or loco moco<br />

(white rice topped with a hamburger patty,<br />

fried egg, and brown gravy) and pair it with a<br />

couple scoops of rice, a scoop of Hawaiian mac<br />

salad, and shredded cabbage. Is that the ocean<br />

I hear? Bonus: Spam musubi is on the menu (if<br />

you know, you know). If you’ve ever craved the<br />

taste of Hawaii, or you’ve never experienced the<br />

exciting blend of flavors, stop by for a meal’s<br />

worth of vacation! 1016 Riley Street, Suite 5, Folsom, 916-<br />

790-8271, eatbigisland.com<br />

Top: Big Island Hawaiian BBQ<br />

Above: Stubby's Breakfast & BBQ<br />

Right: Roundhouse Deli<br />

Stubby’s Breakfast & BBQ opened in July<br />

2022 and they’re already gaining local fans with<br />

their flair for big breakfasts and talent for meats<br />

of the “low and slow” smoked variety. Grab a<br />

barbecue plate and load that sucker up with their<br />

signature smoked brisket or wrap your laughing<br />

gear around the tri-tip sandwich (smoked tri-tip<br />

from Longhorn Meat Co. with melted provolone,<br />

mushrooms, bell peppers, and white onions).<br />

Whatever you favor, make sure you add beer<br />

baked beef beans (say that three times fast!).<br />

1020 Northside Drive, Cool, 530-906-0680, stubbys.univer.se<br />

The smoked tri-tip tacos from Roundhouse<br />

Deli may just be the Roseville region’s best-kept<br />

secret. Thinly sliced, juicy smoked tri-tip on a<br />

parmesan-crusted crunchy tortilla? Yes, please.<br />

These babies are popular—and only available<br />

when their trusty streetside smoker is fired up on<br />

Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, so get there<br />

early to get your fill. 604 Church Street, Suite A, Roseville,<br />

916-786-9023, theroundhousedeli.com<br />

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TIPS<br />

The heart of grilling lies in the<br />

technique—it’s what separates the master<br />

grillers from the masses. Sure, recipes are<br />

important but skills matter most. Thus,<br />

here are nine tips for better BBQ.<br />

• Preheat your grill<br />

Preheat your grill with the lid closed<br />

for 10-15 minutes. With all the coals<br />

glowing red, or all the gas burners on<br />

high, the temperature under the lid<br />

should reach 500 degrees. The heat<br />

loosens any bits and pieces of food<br />

hanging onto the grate, making it easy<br />

to brush them off. Preheating your grill<br />

also helps prevent food from sticking<br />

to the grate and gets the grate hot<br />

enough to sear properly.<br />

• Keep your grill clean<br />

When bits of food are stuck to your<br />

cooking grate, and the grate is hot,<br />

clean it with a stainless-steel brush. This<br />

step is not only for cleanliness; it also<br />

prevents your food from sticking.<br />

# Keep the grill lid down<br />

Here are four important reasons why<br />

your grill lid should be closed as much as<br />

possible.<br />

• It keeps the grates hot enough to sear<br />

the food.<br />

• It speeds up the cooking time and<br />

prevents the food from drying out.<br />

• It traps the smokiness that develops<br />

when fat and juices vaporize in the grill.<br />

• It prevents flare-ups by limiting oxygen.<br />

• Grilling time and<br />

temperature<br />

By monitoring your time and grilling<br />

temperature you avoid overcooking<br />

your food. Use a timer! If you’re grilling<br />

in a colder climate or in a higher<br />

altitude, the cooking times will be<br />

longer. If the wind is blowing hard, it will<br />

lower a gas grill's temperature and raise<br />

a charcoal grill’s temperature.<br />

• Direct vs. indirect heat<br />

grilling<br />

Direct heat (when the fire is directly<br />

below the food) is best for relatively<br />

small, tender pieces of food that<br />

cook in 20 minutes or less. Indirect<br />

heat (when the fire is on either side of<br />

the food) is best for larger, tougher<br />

cuts of meat that require more than<br />

20 minutes of cooking.<br />

• Maintaining grill<br />

temperatures<br />

Most grills are designed to give you<br />

complete control over the heat inside<br />

of the grill. By having consistent,<br />

reliable heat source and proper<br />

venting, the grill can maintain low or<br />

high temperatures effectively. The<br />

dampers on the top and bottom of<br />

the grill control the airflow inside<br />

the grill. The more air flowing into<br />

the grill, the hotter the fire will<br />

grow and the more frequently you<br />

will have to replenish it. To slow<br />

the rate of your fuel burning, close<br />

the top vent as much as halfway<br />

and keep the lid on as much as<br />

possible. The bottom vent should be<br />

left open whenever you are grilling<br />

so you don’t kill your fire.<br />

Under normal circumstances, a<br />

typical charcoal briquette fire will<br />

lose about 100 degrees of heat<br />

over 40-60 minutes. A typical lump<br />

charcoal fire will lose heat even<br />

faster. Gas grills have individual<br />

control knobs so that you can easily<br />

regulate the heat, create different<br />

grilling zones easily, maintain heat<br />

levels as low as 200 degrees to over<br />

550 degrees, and shift from direct to<br />

indirect in minutes.<br />

• Tame the flame<br />

Too many flare-ups can burn your food.<br />

Keep the lid on as much as possible<br />

to limit the amount of oxygen inside<br />

the grill, which will help extinguish any<br />

flare-ups. If the flames are getting out<br />

of control, move the food over indirect<br />

heat temporarily, until they die down.<br />

Then move the food back.<br />

• Caramelization is key<br />

One of the biggest reasons for<br />

the popularity of grilled food is its<br />

seared taste. To develop this taste for<br />

maximum effect, use the right level of<br />

heat and resist the temptation to turn<br />

food often. Your patience will allow for<br />

caramelization, or browning, creating<br />

tons of flavors and aromas. As a rule,<br />

turn food only once.<br />

• Lighter fluid: no way!<br />

It's a liquid product that evaporates.<br />

Who wants that and its foul chemical<br />

fumes under their food? Chimney<br />

starters and lighter cubes are much<br />

cleaner and much more effective.<br />

Reprinted with permission from Weber<br />

BUY IT!<br />

Weber Performer Deluxe<br />

Charcoal Grill 22", $579 at Country<br />

Elegance, 4496 Missouri Flat<br />

Road, Placerville, 530-622-9338,<br />

countryeleganceplacerville.com<br />

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Daddy O’s Smokehouse<br />

boasts a third-generation<br />

smokemaster, and the ‘cue<br />

harkens back to grandfather’s<br />

North Texas roots. They pride<br />

themselves on scratch-made<br />

food and tender slow-smoked<br />

barbecue done right. Take your<br />

pick of succulent ribs, tender<br />

juicy brisket, smoky pulled pork,<br />

tri-tip, hot links, or chicken;<br />

and be sure to pair some of<br />

that with a mess of the best<br />

darn collard greens you’ve ever<br />

tasted, tangy slaw, or candied<br />

yams, because you absolutely<br />

must. Don’t miss their happy<br />

hour either, featuring $10 lunch<br />

plates between 2-3 p.m. But<br />

let’s be real: Every hour is happy<br />

hour when the barbecue’s<br />

this good! 3581 Mather Field Road,<br />

Suite B, Rancho Cordova, 916-821-9020,<br />

daddyozsmokehouse.com<br />


If you—or someone you know—is a big barbecue fan, then a BBQ subscription box is the gift that keeps on giving. From sauces,<br />

rubs, and spices, to marinades, meats, and more, the boxes featured here will ensure your next cookout is a sizzling success.<br />

Try out a new-to-you-product<br />

and master your BBQ skills with a<br />

subscription to Grill Masters<br />

Club, whose passionate team of<br />

pitmasters curate unique boxes filled<br />

with five (or more!) premium sauces,<br />

dry rubs, seasonings, marinades,<br />

tools, and accessories. Every box also<br />

comes with an eight-page booklet<br />

featuring original recipes created<br />

for the respective month’s culinary<br />

theme. $40.99+, grillmastersclub.com<br />

Hungry for restaurant-quality BBQ<br />

(ribs, pulled pork, brisket, etc.) from<br />

the comfort of your crib? Pig of<br />

the Month is for you! Their “BBQ<br />

of the Month Club” comes inclusive<br />

of fully cooked meat (yes, all you<br />

have to do is reheat and eat!) and fun<br />

extras, like fluffy rolls, bacon baked<br />

beans, secret seasoning mix, BBQ<br />

sauce, or smoked sausage.<br />

$95+, pigofthemonth.com<br />

High-quality, humanely raised<br />

meat and seafood that’s precisely<br />

portioned and packaged? Enter<br />

Butcher Box—a company that<br />

literally delivers with curated (or<br />

customized) boxes. Whether you’re<br />

craving grass-fed and finished<br />

beef, free-range organic chicken,<br />

crate-free-raised pork, or wildcaught<br />

seafood, you can ’cue with<br />

confidence knowing their offerings<br />

are convenient, cost-effective,<br />

and downright delicious. $146+,<br />

butcherbox.com<br />

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Bushnell Gardens Nursery is a family-owned<br />

business that began on its current site in<br />

Granite Bay. Our retail nursery includes 2 +<br />

acres planet displays. Our home décor &<br />

gift shop offers unique products, seasonal<br />

presentations, gifts, home accents &<br />

furnishings. Our team of professionals are<br />

here to help you!<br />

Bushnell Gardens Nursery<br />

5255 Douglas Blvd.<br />

Granite Bay<br />

916-791-4199<br />

bushnellgardens.com<br />

Since 1989, Sunrise Natural Foods has been<br />

helping customers understand and use<br />

natural methods to heal illness and create<br />

good health. We are committed to quality<br />

and pride ourselves on our close, personal<br />

relationship with the vendors who stock our<br />

shelves. Our dedicated employees offer<br />

top-notch customer service and are always<br />

willing to go the extra mile.<br />

Sunrise Natural Foods<br />

1950 Douglas Blvd.<br />

Roseville<br />

916-789-8591<br />

sunrisenaturalfoods.net<br />

DENTAL<br />


Dr. Rohini Rattu is a Board Certified Pediatric<br />

Dentist and is the sole practitioner at<br />

Dimples PD. She graduated from Columbia<br />

University and completed an additional<br />

two years training in Pediatric Dentistry at<br />

Boston University. Our goal is to provide<br />

your children with excellent oral health care<br />

through their infant, child and adolescent<br />

years.<br />

Dimples Pediatric Dental<br />

1665 Creekside Drive Suite 103<br />

Folsom<br />

916-260-5127<br />

dimplespd.com<br />

Dr. Artur Henke is a board certified<br />

dermatologist and has extensive<br />

experience in medical, surgical, and<br />

cosmetic dermatology. He specializes in<br />

the recognition and management of all<br />

types of skin cancer including melanoma,<br />

pre-cancers, benign skin growths, acne,<br />

skin infections, and skin diseases such as<br />

eczema and psoriasis.<br />

Placer Dermatology<br />

9285 Sierra College Blvd.<br />

Roseville<br />

916-784-3376<br />

placerdermatology.com<br />



Weight Management Since 1989<br />

For over 30 years, we have dedicated our<br />

medical weight management practice<br />

to transforming the lives of many patients<br />

whom we consider our colleagues, friends<br />

and family. Our Hendricks Method is proven<br />

to help people achieve and maintain their<br />

healthy weight. Whatever wellness objectives<br />

you have, we are confident that we can help<br />

you change your life today.<br />

Hendricks For Health<br />

2510 Douglas Blvd # 200<br />

Roseville<br />

916-773-1191<br />

hendricksforhealth.com<br />

’23<br />

Over the past 8 years Dr. Devon Gaston and<br />

her integrative sports chiropractic team have<br />

been the trusted healing destination for local<br />

athletes and families navigating the world<br />

of chronic pain, movement and balance<br />

disorders throughout the Folsom and EDH<br />

community.<br />

Passport 2 Health<br />

3905 Park Drive, Ste. 210<br />

El Dorado Hills<br />

916-984-4128<br />

passport2health.co<br />



We cannot thank you enough for consistently<br />

voting us one of the best caterers and best<br />

wedding caterers in the region year after<br />

year! With more than 20 years as a fullservice<br />

catering company, we continue to<br />

serve a diverse clientele and offer each of<br />

our customers a unique experience.<br />

We humbly ask for your vote in this year's<br />

<strong>Style</strong> RCAs—thank you!<br />

Diane Wilkinson Catering<br />

Placerville | 530-622-0799<br />

dianewilkinsoncatering.com<br />

dianewilkinson@sbcglobal.net<br />

California Window Fashions delivers the<br />

expertise of a large design firm with the<br />

tailored experience of a boutique brand.<br />

Find your perfect style, solve your window<br />

challenges, and elevate your lifestyle with<br />

our designers. Transform your space–and<br />

the natural light in your home–with custom<br />

Hunter Douglas window treatments.<br />

’23<br />

California Window Fashions<br />

1402 Blue Oaks Blvd., Ste. 100<br />

Roseville<br />

916-999-5506<br />

calwindowfashions.com<br />


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FOOD + DRINK<br />


We provide a casual, intimate, and relaxed<br />

environment where our guests can sip<br />

on some great wine, or beer, and enjoy a<br />

delicious variety of small plate offerings and<br />

brunch on the weekends in El Dorado Hills.<br />

With live music every Friday & Saturday night<br />

at both locations, “Pouring for the people”<br />

is more than a tag line, it is a way of life. We<br />

created The Vine for you!<br />

The Vine<br />

Folsom | 916-932-4234<br />

El Dorado Hills | 916-510-2036<br />

www.atthevine.wine<br />

Folsom’s premium indoor cycling experience<br />

is now open! We provide a fun, inspiring, low<br />

impact, high-intensity experience for riders<br />

of all fitness levels; a community in which<br />

riders escape to tap into more of themselves.<br />

We provide all the amenities needed for an<br />

amazing experience: Inspiring instructors,<br />

energizing music-driven workout, and a<br />

welcoming & supportive community.<br />

Contact us for your first ride free!<br />

CycleBar Folsom<br />

Folsom Palladio (next to Red Robin)<br />

916-273-4942<br />

cyclebar.com/location/folsom<br />

@cyclebarfolsom<br />


’23<br />

DENTAL<br />

Dr. Almonte is a face specialist, and artist<br />

and a gifted plastic surgeon. He urges you to<br />

accept only the best when it comes to your<br />

face. Our mission is to restore the ultimate<br />

sense of well-being, confidence, and beauty<br />

for each of our patients by providing them<br />

with world class facial plastic surgery.<br />

The Almonte Center<br />

1420 Blue Oaks Blvd. Ste 100<br />

Roseville<br />

916-771-2062<br />

dralmonte.com<br />

Dr. Gregory G. Olsen practices a full scope<br />

of oral and maxillofacial surgery including<br />

dental implants, bone grafting and wisdom<br />

tooth removal while providing exceptional<br />

patient care in a friendly atmosphere.<br />

Vote Dr. Gregory G. Olsen as #1 Best Oral<br />

Surgeon & Best Dental Pracitce again this<br />

year!<br />

Dr. Gregory G. Olsen<br />

2370 E. Bidwell St., Ste. 130<br />

Folsom<br />

916-983-6637<br />

www.folsomdentalimplants.com<br />

PETS<br />


We are a licensed, insured & bonded<br />

professional pet sitting company that<br />

specializes in boarding, day care, in home<br />

visits, overnights and extended stays. We<br />

chose the name because we believe that all<br />

animals should and deserve to have “Happy<br />

Tails.” We provide a very warm and friendly<br />

environment for your pets, giving the highest<br />

level of care...we treat all pets<br />

as if they were our own!<br />

Happy Tails Pet Sitting<br />

916-628-5543<br />

info@happy-tailspetsitting.com<br />

happy-tailspetsitting.com<br />

/ myHappytailspetsitting<br />

Seasons Law P.C. offers estate planning, trust<br />

administration and probate services. We<br />

tailor advice to meet the unique needs of<br />

each client and appreciate being your team<br />

of trusted advisors. We want to be your law<br />

firm for life’s seasons.<br />

Seasons Law, P.C.<br />

2270 Douglas, Ste #120<br />

Roseville<br />

916-786-7515<br />

www.seasonslaw.com<br />

FOOD + DRINK<br />


C. Knight's brings a classic approach to<br />

the American tradition of the "old school<br />

steakhouse" offering Prime beef, craft<br />

cocktails, and local wines. We're honored<br />

to be consistently voted one of the best<br />

steakhouses in the region, and we humbly<br />

ask for your vote again this year.<br />

Join us for lunch! We're now serving all the<br />

favorites from Ruffhaus Hot Dog Co.!<br />

Open for lunch and dinner, and<br />

happy hour 3-5 pm daily.<br />

C. Knight's Steakhouse<br />

2085 Vine Street, Suite 101<br />

El Dorado Hills<br />

916-235-1730<br />

cknightssteakhouse<br />

Everything with Audrey Perez Photography<br />

is about having a wonderful experience.<br />

I work hard to capture your amazing<br />

personality and beautiful smile. I believe in<br />

the art of custom moments created just for<br />

you. My goal is to provide your family with<br />

fine art images that will be cherished for<br />

years to come.<br />

Audrey Perez Photography<br />

(916) 217-4101<br />

www.audreyperez.com<br />

info@audreyperez.com<br />

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PETS<br />

Leonardi Real Estate—a boutique<br />

brokerage committed to providing a<br />

premier real estate experience in the<br />

residential market throughout Greater<br />

Sacramento.<br />

Voted #1 Best Real Estate Agent/Team<br />

for 2022; and in the top three for the past<br />

seven consecutive years!<br />

John Leonardi<br />

Realtor / Broker/ Owner<br />

916-221-0886<br />

leonardirealestate.com<br />

Since we started Barkers Pet Care our<br />

mission has stayed the same: take care of<br />

our customer's pets like they're own. And that<br />

means coming to you and your home for<br />

more than just a 30-minute visit or to feed<br />

them. We routinely walk, play and train your<br />

animal to make sure they're not just getting<br />

love, but they're also getting some just<br />

deserved exercise.<br />

Barkers Pet Care<br />

Folsom<br />

916-738-1105<br />

barkerspetcare.com<br />

DENTAL<br />


Dr. Kasi Franck and Dr. Marwa Alkordy and<br />

the staff at Franck Family Dental provide<br />

family and kids dentistry. Twelve years in a<br />

row they have been voted best dental office<br />

in Rocklin, California. Franck Family Dental<br />

treats your family with a caring and personal<br />

touch for all of your dental health care<br />

needs. Schedule an appointment today at<br />

their office on Stanford Ranch Rd.<br />

Franck Family Dental<br />

6200 Stanford Ranch Rd. Ste 100<br />

Rocklin<br />

916-415-1913<br />

FranckFamilyDental.com<br />

For over 40 years, SWSS has been teaching<br />

swim lessons and water safety for infants,<br />

kids, and adults of all skill levels. From firsttime<br />

students to competitive swimmers,<br />

our highly trained swim instructors will meet<br />

and exceed your expectations. We have<br />

been voted #1 Best Swim School 2013-2022.<br />

Thank you in advance to all of our loyal<br />

customers and supporters that vote for us.<br />

Happy Swimming!<br />

Steve Wallen Swim School<br />

El Dorado Hills | 916-939-7075<br />

Roseville | 916-794-7977<br />

wallenswim.com<br />




at Bogard Health<br />

Couples therapy can help solve existing<br />

problems or prevent future problems in<br />

a variety of ways. The Gottman Method is<br />

an incredibly effective form of relationship<br />

therapy. All our therapists are highly trained<br />

in this researched - based method. We help<br />

improve lives! Call us today!<br />

Relationship Therapy Center<br />

Fair Oaks & Roseville<br />

916-426-2757<br />

www.sacrtc.com<br />

Our anti-aging medical practice<br />

approaches each person as an individual.<br />

Using a functional matrix, we will look<br />

at individual factors such as hormone<br />

imbalance, gut health, psychological and<br />

social stress, toxins, inflammations and<br />

immune disruption. Our goal is to improve<br />

your overall health and increase your energy<br />

and stamina, maximizing your quality of life.<br />

Dr. Denise Bogard<br />

508 Gibson Dr. Ste. 200<br />

Roseville<br />

916-781-4300<br />

bogardhealth.com<br />



Here at Little Folks University we believe that<br />

each child is an individual. Their needs are<br />

as specific as they are unique. Our business<br />

is an opportunity for children to learn and<br />

grow through curriculum that includes play<br />

and teamwork while beginning a strong<br />

base for general education.<br />

Little Folks University<br />

801 Sibley Street<br />

Folsom<br />

916-985-7055<br />

littlefolksu.com<br />

LDP is a second home for our dancers and<br />

families. We value true connection and<br />

strive to provide a nurturing environment<br />

full of Love Dedication Passion. You can<br />

jump into any style learning cool moves and<br />

strong technique from our highly educated<br />

instructors. Dance is what we do, community<br />

is what we value, join our dance family today.<br />

Leighton Dance Project<br />

717-5 East Bidwell Street<br />

Folsom<br />

916-668-8100<br />

LeightonDanceProject.com<br />


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The Vine<br />


Caramelized Onion &<br />

Goat Cheese Flatbread<br />

Cookie Skillet<br />

Baked Brie in Puff Pastry<br />

For a moment,<br />

albeit a brief<br />

one, you may<br />

feel like you’re in<br />

a Spanish tapas<br />

bar, enjoying a<br />

glass (or two) of wine while<br />

indulging in perhaps just<br />

one more small plate before<br />

exiting stage left and leaving<br />

the music behind. This<br />

was my experience at The<br />

Vine—the self-proclaimed<br />

“sassy sister” to Citizen Vine,<br />

a Historic Folsom favorite<br />

since 2016.<br />

Their motto, “pouring<br />

for the people,” means The<br />

Gambas al Ajillo<br />

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“<br />

The ahi crisps were<br />

a highlight and<br />

far surpassed our<br />

expectations on<br />

flavor; the shoyu<br />

glaze, sriracha aioli,<br />

and sake avocado<br />

cream exploded in<br />

taste while the ahi<br />

melted away.<br />

”<br />

Vine certainly follows suit with an<br />

unpretentious ethos that makes<br />

both places great to sip and<br />

sample from a simple yet diverse<br />

menu. They also boast live music<br />

on Friday and Saturday evenings.<br />

What more could you want on<br />

date night?<br />

The wine list was expansive<br />

with international offerings from<br />

Chile, Argentina, France, and Italy,<br />

in addition to some local favorites.<br />

My plus-one and I deviated from<br />

our classic choice of Rombauer<br />

Zinfandel to try the Michael<br />

David Earthquake Zinfandel, a<br />

surprisingly tasty option out of<br />

Lodi. If you like full-bodied zins<br />

with flavors of dark plum, spicy<br />

clove, vanilla, and strawberry jam;<br />

a slight brown sugar nose; and a<br />

long finish, give it a try. Not a wine<br />

fan? Not a problem. The Vine also<br />

serves soju-based cocktails, beer,<br />

and mocktails, so everyone can<br />

enjoy a tasty sip.<br />

For tapas, we went all over the<br />

globe, including choices inspired<br />

by Europe, Mexico, and Asia.<br />

Deciding was difficult, but we<br />

opted to begin with the baked brie<br />

in puff pastry. Accompanied by fig<br />

jam, cranberry, and spiced nuts, it<br />

was easy to put in and hard to put<br />

down. You would not be wrong in<br />

Ahi Crisps<br />

thinking this would pair better with a glass of<br />

white wine.<br />

The caramelized onion and goat cheese<br />

flatbread was also enjoyable, with a drizzle of<br />

balsamic that pulled the flavors together.<br />

The ahi crisps were a highlight and far<br />

surpassed our expectations on flavor; the<br />

shoyu glaze, sriracha aioli, and sake avocado<br />

cream exploded in taste while the ahi melted<br />

away. Rest assured—this will be repeated.<br />

Finally, we tried the gambas al ajillo: large<br />

shrimp served in a cast-iron skillet with<br />

garlic, olive oil, and just a touch of spice. With<br />

warm crostini to dip, this was also a tasty<br />

choice.<br />

While enjoying our food and wine, the<br />

sound of live acoustic favorites filled the<br />

restaurant (perhaps just a micro-decibel<br />

too much), setting the tone for a relaxed,<br />

romantic evening. While this made it slightly<br />

hard to hear my date, who doesn’t love a live<br />

musician?<br />

Overall, The Vine stays true to the casual<br />

yet upscale vibe they’re known for. If you’re in<br />

the mood for good food and wine in a cozy,<br />

classy atmosphere with attentive service and<br />

live tunes, look no further.<br />

3907 Park Drive, Suite 110,<br />

El Dorado Hills, 916-510-2036,<br />

atthevine.wine/edh<br />

@thevineedh<br />

HOURS: 9 a.m.-7 p.m. (Sunday), 3-8 p.m.<br />

(Monday-Thursday), 3-9 p.m. (Friday), 9<br />

a.m.-9 p.m. (Saturday)<br />

TRY THIS: Goat Cheese Beignets, Salmon<br />

BLT Sliders, Baked Brie in Puff Pastry,<br />

Ahi Crisps, Gambas al Ajillo, Baked Apple<br />

Empanadas, Sparkling Bathtub Cocktails<br />

DRINKS: Beer, wine, soju cocktails, &<br />

mocktails<br />

TAB: $$<br />

HEADS-UP: Weekend brunch; live music<br />

Friday and Saturday nights; wine club<br />

perks include member-only reservations,<br />

discounts on food, wine, private parties,<br />

and event tickets; food menu changes<br />

quarterly; “Dinner at the Vine”<br />

on Wednesdays (includes a<br />

bottle of wine and three<br />

tapas for $49); glutenfree<br />

and vegetarian<br />

offerings; happy<br />

hour Monday-Friday<br />

from 3-6 p.m.<br />

Tell us about<br />

your experience<br />

and what you liked<br />

by messaging us on<br />

Instagram<br />

(@stylemags), Facebook<br />

(@stylemediagroup), or<br />

emailing<br />

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Foodie Find<br />



— by BELLA NOLEN<br />

When it comes to breakfast, a<br />

fresh-out-of-the-oven pastry<br />

is always a good pick. Rise and<br />

shine with one of these housemade<br />

favorites—just don’t<br />

forget the coffee!<br />

Julian’s Pastry Nouveau<br />

Photo by Taylor Gillespie<br />

1490 Eureka Road, Suite 170, I love when a local, family-owned business is doing so well they<br />

Roseville, 916-474-5475, launch another location. The namesake co-owner and pastry<br />

julianscafe.com chef of the always-delicious Julian’s Patisserie & Café in Folsom<br />

@pastrynouveau<br />

branched out and opened another café in Roseville: Julian’s<br />

Pastry Nouveau. If you enjoy pastries and desserts, you must stop by and try a few<br />

(or more!) of their house-made treats. A friend and I went for lunch and ordered<br />

the chicken salad (for me) and the ham & Swiss (for her)—served on freshly baked,<br />

flaky croissants. Savory and flavorful, with the perfect amount of seasoning, my<br />

chicken salad sub paired perfectly with the caramel macchiato (made using<br />

from-scratch vanilla syrup, locally roasted java from Folsom favorite Kingdom<br />

Coffee Roasters, and caramel drizzle). My friend ordered an affogato (house-made<br />

vanilla gelato drowned with fresh-pulled espresso) and quickly devoured her ham<br />

sandwich with béchamel (a creamy form of Swiss cheese), but not before she<br />

Tell us about<br />

your experience<br />

and what you liked<br />

by messaging us on<br />

Instagram<br />

(@stylemags), Facebook<br />

(@stylemediagroup), or<br />

emailing<br />

info@stylemg.<br />

com.<br />

let me try it. Twice. (It was really, really good.) We couldn’t leave without<br />

having some sort of dessert, so we shared a few: the big-as-your-face<br />

chocolate chip cookie (fabulous!); and the torsade, which looked like<br />

a twisted breadstick and was filled with chocolate and a little custard<br />

(yummy!). There’s seriously something for everyone: tarts, brownies,<br />

scones, muffins, cinnamon rolls, breakfast sandwiches, avocado toast,<br />

and more. Order more than one thing; you’ll thank me later.<br />

— by JULIE RYAN<br />

Bakerie & Latte<br />

Chateau Arme<br />

2222 Francisco Drive, Suite 500,<br />

El Dorado Hills, 916-939-0834<br />

ORDER THIS: Cinnamon Roll<br />

<br />

The Baker and the<br />

Cakemaker<br />

1102 Lincoln Way, Auburn,<br />

530-537-2056,<br />

thebakerandthecakemaker.com<br />

ORDER THIS: Chocolate Croissant<br />

<br />

Bloom Coffee & Tea<br />

1485 Eureka Road, Roseville,<br />

916-773-2332, bloomcoffee.com<br />

ORDER THIS: Coffee Cake Scone<br />

Karen’s Bakery & Café<br />

705 Gold Lake Drive, Folsom,<br />

916-985-2665, karensbakery.com<br />

ORDER THIS: Blueberry Cream<br />

Cheese Danish<br />

<br />

Sweet Pairings Bakery<br />

681 Main Street, Placerville,<br />

530-903-3158, sweetpairingsbakery.com<br />

ORDER THIS: Berry Roll<br />

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Eat Healthy, Buy Local!<br />

Historic Folsom Famers Market<br />

8am - 1pm: Saturdays<br />

915 Sutter Street (Historic Folsom Plaza)<br />

Palladio Folsom Farmers Market<br />

9am – 1pm: Wednesdays<br />

260 Palladio Parkway (Kirkland/Whole Foods)<br />

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A restaurant dedicated to bringing the<br />

flavors of Tuscany to our dining room.<br />

Named after the Italian hometown of<br />

2 of our founding partners, we offer<br />

traditional cuisine of the Tuscany region,<br />

as well as other recipes popular all over<br />

Italy – simple dishes made to order with<br />

the freshest of ingredients, and always<br />

created and served with pride.<br />

Vaiano Trattoria<br />

7160 Douglas Blvd.<br />

Granite Bay<br />

916-780-0888<br />

vaianotrattoria.com<br />

Wise Villa Winery is the only winery<br />

in Placer County to feature a full<br />

dining experience in our Tuscanstyle<br />

bistro. We use only the highest<br />

quality, locally sourced ingredients<br />

that are hand crafted to perfectly<br />

pair with our award-winning wines.<br />

Wise Villa Winery<br />

4200 Wise Rd.<br />

Lincoln<br />

916-543-0323<br />

wisevillawinery.com<br />



FLB Entertainment Center is a whole<br />

lot of flavor and fun, proudly serving<br />

the Folsom community. We have 20<br />

beers on tap, handcrafted specialty<br />

cocktails, and an excellent wine<br />

selection. Our menu has something<br />

for everyone from delicious wings<br />

and burgers to wraps and salads. Stop<br />

in today and see why we’ve been<br />

voted the best sports bar in the area!<br />

FLB Entertainment Center<br />

511 E. Bidwell St. , Folsom<br />

916-983-4411<br />

flb365.com<br />

At Visconti’s Ristorante, we’re honored<br />

to cook for you as we cook for our own<br />

family and we are proud to use only<br />

the freshest ingredients and imported<br />

meat, cheese, and wine. We welcome<br />

you and look forward to serving you!<br />

Visconti’s Ristorante<br />

2700 E. Bidwell St., Ste. 700<br />

Folsom<br />

916-983-5181<br />

viscontisristorante.com<br />

PIZZA<br />


We’re open every night for dinein<br />

and takeout until 11. You can<br />

also have each of your favorites<br />

delivered right to your door by<br />

visiting our website.<br />

Order now at wallyspizzabar.com<br />

Wally's Pizza Bar<br />

4079 Cameron Park Drive<br />

Cameron Park<br />

530-677-5205<br />

wallyspizzabar.com<br />

Mexquite Mexican Cuisine & Tequila<br />

Lounge offers a lively, open, family<br />

friendly environment. Catering and<br />

special parties available. Enjoy your<br />

meal inside our spacious dining<br />

room or bar, or outdoor on our<br />

gorgeous patio. Voted Best Mexican<br />

Restaurant by the readers of <strong>Style</strong><br />

<strong>Magazine</strong> for Folsom and El Dorado<br />

Hills for the past 10+ years!<br />

Mexquite Mexican Cuisine &<br />

Tequila Lounge<br />

25095 Blue Ravine Rd., Folsom<br />

916-984-8607<br />

mexquite.com<br />

’23<br />





FRENCH<br />

The Independent presents an<br />

outstanding American fusion menu<br />

and a top-tier full bar. The scratch<br />

kitchen uses only the freshest, finest<br />

ingredients creating exceptional grill<br />

and seafood entrées. The bar prides<br />

itself on artisanal cocktails, freshsqueezed<br />

juices, and house-made<br />

mixers. Beautiful outdoor patio!<br />

The Independent<br />

Restaurant and Bar<br />

629 Main Street, Placerville<br />

530-344-7645<br />

independentplacerville.com<br />

Voted Best Overall Restaurant<br />

2020, 2021 AND 2022 in the<br />

Roseville, Rocklin, Granite Bay Area!<br />

Combining the flavors of France<br />

and the Mediterranean regions, with<br />

California fresh, seasonal, and locally<br />

grown ingredients. The perfect<br />

location for private dining, special<br />

events, wedding celebrations, and<br />

corporate dinners/presentations.<br />

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& Terrace<br />

110 Diamond Creek Place<br />

Roseville<br />

916-789-2002<br />

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in Folsom and El Dorado Hills for the<br />

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Celebrating our 16th year in business,<br />

Heyday Café has been voted Best<br />

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Best Casual Restaurant, and Best<br />

Wine Bar! Heyday Café presents fresh<br />

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influences. Lunch and dinner served<br />

Tue-Sat. Pouring over 40 wines!<br />

Reservations are encouraged.<br />

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325 Main Street<br />

Placerville<br />

530-626-9700<br />

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Icing on the Cupcake offers a wide<br />

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locations. We also offer other sweet<br />

treats, baked fresh daily including<br />

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At Smith Flat House Cellar & Grill, we<br />

are committed to providing locally<br />

sourced farm to fork cuisine in a<br />

unique and inviting atmosphere.<br />

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both in our Historic Cellar featuring<br />

the original mahogany bar from the<br />

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and on our elegant patio.<br />

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530-621-1003<br />

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Best Italian Restaurant in El Dorado<br />

County- voted #1 for eleven straight<br />

years! Our old world family recipes<br />

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3450 Palmer Dr., Suite 1<br />

Cameron Park<br />

530-672-2333<br />

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A Family of Candy Makers since 1963.<br />

With three generations of candy<br />

makers, Snooks continues the tradition<br />

of producing the finest freshly<br />

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Thank you Folsom for your support.<br />

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Hot<br />

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Drinking<br />

Games<br />

Top Spots to Sip & Play<br />


One of the best ways to slip into the summer<br />

mindset is with a cold beverage, pub grub,<br />

and fun games. We scoped out the region’s<br />

top spots to eat, drink, and partake in some<br />

friendly competition—whether you’re with<br />

friends, family, or riding solo. Keep reading<br />

for 10 recommendations.<br />

Arcade Amusement <br />

Ready to kick your nostalgia into overdrive?<br />

Then grab your buds and head to Out of<br />

Order Arcade. This “beer-cade” is the ideal<br />

all-ages weekend spot with a jam-packed<br />

bar and by-the-hour gameplay. You’ll<br />

find old arcade favorites like Paperboy,<br />

a Star Wars Trilogy Deluxe restoration,<br />

Super Mario Bros., and more. Want a<br />

recommendation for the ultimate drinking<br />

game pairing? Order a round of 2 Towns<br />

Ciderhouse BrightCider and hit up the<br />

four-person Pac-Man game. Between<br />

gobbling up on-screen cherries and the<br />

refreshing hard apple cider, you’ll feel like<br />

you’re getting your daily dose of fruit in.<br />

13320 Lincoln Way, Auburn, 530-888-8081,<br />

outoforderarcadeauburn.com<br />

Flippin’ Fun with Pinball<br />

Is there any greater thrill than when you<br />

save your pinball from game over with the<br />

perfect flipper maneuver? Add a thirstquenching<br />

beer served “das boot style”<br />

(aka, in a boot-shaped glass), and you’ve<br />

got Rocklin’s pinball wizard paradise: Das<br />

Flipperhaus. Warm up those thumbs for<br />

a retro revival, and order a stack of tokens<br />

alongside a local pint for a family-friendly<br />

escape from the heat. Though their tap<br />

offerings rotate regularly, you’ll likely find<br />

picks from local go-tos like Movement<br />

Brewing Co., Solid Ground, and Loomis<br />

Basin. If all that high-scoring works up your<br />

appetite, worry not! They have crave-worthy<br />

bar snacks like chili cheese dogs and mini<br />

pizzas, too. 4835 Granite Drive, Rocklin,<br />

dasflipperhaus.com<br />

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Drinking<br />

Games<br />

Axe to the Max<br />

Become an axe-throwing legend at Rancho Cordova’s<br />

The Smart Axe. Invite a couple of your close pals and sign<br />

up for a throwing session. A professional axe tender will<br />

show you the ropes and guide you through all their safety<br />

protocols, so you have the best (and safest!) time. Or, if you<br />

want to tap into your inner Thor, join the club’s eight-week<br />

throwing league to sharpen your skills and win prizes. No<br />

matter your target, you’ll have fun testing your aim and<br />

enjoying a drink. The bar offers soda, rotating and canned<br />

beers, and wine. Take a break from target practice with a<br />

plate of savory teriyaki skewers, nachos, or ooey-gooey<br />

cheese curds. 11151 Trade Center Drive, Suite 106, Rancho<br />

Cordova, 916-389-0178, thesmartaxe.com/rancho-cordova<br />

On Your Marks, Get Set, Go-Kart<br />

Skip the sunburn and just burn rubber at The Apex (part<br />

of Red Hawk Resort + Casino). The all-electric indoor<br />

go-karts on a multi-level track will fulfill any thrill-seeker's<br />

need for speed. After passing your friends and battling for<br />

the fastest time, do a victory lap at the Apex Grill where<br />

you’ll find domestic draft beer staples like Space Dust from<br />

Elysian Brewing, 530 by Farmers Brewing, and Golden<br />

State Cider. Or, if you need a little pre-track supercharge,<br />

swap the alcohol for a Red Bull power-up. Whichever<br />

you choose, save room for the kitchen's injected donut<br />

holes—deep-fried bites of dough and crème, chocolate,<br />

or caramel-filled goodness that’ll certainly take you to the<br />

winner’s circle. 1 Red Hawk Pkwy, Placerville, 530-677-7000,<br />

redhawkcasino.com/apex-at-red-hawk-casino <br />

Ready Fore Par-Tee Time?<br />

Want all the fair weather of a fairway but with great<br />

drinks, tunes, and plenty of shade? Then there’s<br />

no better way to beat the heat than with a Topgolf<br />

adventure. For first-time Topgolf duffers, this controlled<br />

golfing game gives you all the fun of hitting a hole-inone<br />

without the legwork. Head up to your designated<br />

table overlooking an enclosed green and swing away<br />

at electronically tracked golf balls. You can play for<br />

who can shoot the farthest, the most accurately, or try<br />

your luck at puzzle-themed games. Just make sure to<br />

order one of their seasonal spring drinks, like the Key<br />

Lime 'Tini, Sunset Marg, or non-alcoholic Mango Cooler,<br />

alongside a burger and tater tots. 1700 Freedom Way,<br />

Roseville, 916-200-1002, topgolf.com/us/roseville<br />

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make all the difference for a child who has<br />

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Get involved today.<br />

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Drinking<br />

Games<br />

All Aboard <br />

Roseville’s Final Gravity isn’t just a great brewery<br />

to sample over 400 unique brews, including ondraft<br />

refreshments and canned delights, it’s also<br />

the ultimate watering hole to chill out with a few<br />

board games. Ask Final Gravity’s knowledgeable<br />

bartenders for their weekly arrivals or<br />

recommendations based on your palate. Once<br />

you’ve found your perfect pint (like the crowdpleasing<br />

“Mexican Cutie” by Nitty’s Cider), head<br />

to the fully stocked game shelf. Challenge your<br />

bar mates to anything from a Jenga battle to<br />

an Apples to Apples tournament. Or, if you’re a<br />

proper game master looking to test your smarts,<br />

drop by at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesdays for trivia<br />

night. Note: Final Gravity is ages 21+. 9205 Sierra<br />

College Boulevard, Suite 100, Roseville, 916-782-<br />

1166, finalgravitybeer.com<br />

Cue up for Pool<br />

Consider yourself a bit of a pool shark? Then<br />

chalk up your pool stick and bring the heat to<br />

the Placerville Public House. This home-grown<br />

regional spot is ideal for a filling lunch or latenight<br />

last call. Here you’ll find no shortage of<br />

craft beers, ciders, kombucha, and rare brews<br />

beyond what even the menu tells you. But if<br />

you’re looking for something outside the box to<br />

grease up your pool shot, go for the Hakutsuru<br />

“Junmai”—a full-bodied, crowd-pleasing<br />

sake with a smooth taste and easy finish. Don’t<br />

be surprised if you clean the table with this<br />

one. 305 Main Street, Placerville, 530-303-3792,<br />

placervillepublichouse.com <br />

Jump for Joysticks<br />

Attention esport athletes! Consider this your bat signal.<br />

If you haven’t already, get your game on at Roseville’s<br />

FireUp Esports Lounge—"the” destination for all<br />

things video games. Whether you’re a PC player or<br />

console combater, FireUp has something for everyone.<br />

Besides popular games like Overwatch, Minecraft, and<br />

Fortnite, the lounge also has gourmet food and gamethemed<br />

beverages. One of their best-selling libations<br />

is the Donkey Kong Punch featuring pineapple rum,<br />

silver rum, orange juice, and grenadine. Talk about<br />

a power-up! To get in on the fun, buy per hour or<br />

become a regular with a monthly unlimited gaming<br />

pass. Who said the fun has to stop? 1601 Douglas<br />

Boulevard, Suite A, Roseville, 916-389-2900, fireup.gg <br />

Photos by Taylor Gillespie ©stylemediagroup.<br />

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Have a Bocce<br />

Ball<br />

Summer and bocce<br />

go hand in hand. It’s<br />

a classic, leisurely<br />

game that pairs with<br />

lively conversation,<br />

friendly<br />

competition, and<br />

colorful craft<br />

cocktails. Find your<br />

bocce ball happy<br />

place at Shangri-<br />

La in Fair Oaks—a<br />

hip hangout that<br />

feels more like<br />

an urban Palm<br />

Springs oasis than a<br />

Sacramento suburb.<br />

Cooling misters<br />

and seasonal sips—<br />

like the popular<br />

slushies—will help<br />

you beat the heat,<br />

while elevated eats<br />

(think deviled eggs<br />

whose creative<br />

fillings regularly<br />

rotate, hand-cut<br />

fries, and fermented<br />

beer-battered<br />

fish tacos served<br />

on Nixtaco corn<br />

tortillas) will keep<br />

you full and ready<br />

to “play ball” on the<br />

spacious palmlined<br />

patio. 7960<br />

Winding Way, Fair<br />

Oaks, 916-241-9473,<br />

shangrilafairoaks.<br />

com<br />

Photo by Taylor Gillespie ©stylemediagroup.<br />

Get a Lucky Strike <br />

Take me out to the bowl game!<br />

Whether you love a good glow bowl<br />

adventure or want to check out<br />

“HyperBowling” (which combines<br />

the fun of bowling with video game<br />

technology), FLB Entertainment<br />

Center delivers. Newly remodeled<br />

with comfy couches and stateof-the-art<br />

scoring, it’s a first-class<br />

experience for all ages. Their<br />

bartenders know how to take your<br />

party to the next level, too, especially<br />

with their signature Basecamp<br />

Lemonade. Made up of citron vodka,<br />

a sprig of rosemary, fresh lemon,<br />

splash of triple sec, and lemonade<br />

topper, this bad boy turns an indoor<br />

day into a refreshing escape. 511 East<br />

Bidwell Street, Folsom, 916-983-4411,<br />

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Congrats to this month’s<br />

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4/13/<strong>2023</strong><br />

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For over 30 years, Powerhouse<br />

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