Style Magazine - June 2023

This issue is bursting at the seams with wonderful ways to welcome the season of sweat and no school, starting with “Listen to the Music” (page 24), featuring a roundup of our region’s alfresco concert series (many free) whose venues (parks, city plazas, wineries, amphitheaters) are as diverse as the lineups. Bring a low-backed lawn chair, put on your dancing shoes, and get ready to move and groove under balmy, star-lit skies. Though we may not have the ocean at our fingertips, we do have refreshing rivers and reservoirs, plus plenty of public pools, splash pads, swimming holes, and water parks where all ages are invited to (safely) make a splash. Don’t miss “Dive Into Summer!” (page 54) for all the secret spots and must-do aqua adventures found ’round town. Just remember: The sun is your friend but can also be your enemy, so keep your skin protected by following the suggestions found in “Good to Glow” (page 36). On those true summer scorches, when the temps are simply too hot to handle, why not head inside to beat the heat? Turn to The 10 Spot on page 16 for air-conditioned activities that are literally and figuratively cool—from the mall, movie theaters, and museums, to indulging in the seriously scrumptious popsicles pictured on our cover. Speaking of summer-inspired sweet treats, if you’re hungry for more, check out page 96 for 10 refreshing recommendations, including a maple-bacon milkshake and sauvignon blanc slushie. Does all this chatter about ice-cold concoctions make you want to warm up? This month’s “Dining Out” article (page 92) brings us to Tao’s HotPot & Shabu, an interactive experience that’s “souper” hot (in more ways than one) and as fun as it is flavorful. Happy summer, and remember to stop and smell the (currently blooming) roses whenever and wherever you can; after all, life is beautiful but also precious. Cheers! —Megan megan@stylemg.com, @meggoeggowaffle

This issue is bursting at the seams with wonderful ways to welcome the season of sweat and no school, starting with “Listen to the Music” (page 24), featuring a roundup of our region’s alfresco concert series (many free) whose venues (parks, city plazas, wineries, amphitheaters) are as diverse as the lineups. Bring a low-backed lawn chair, put on your dancing shoes, and get ready to move and groove under balmy, star-lit skies.
Though we may not have the ocean at our fingertips, we do have refreshing rivers and reservoirs, plus plenty of public pools, splash pads, swimming holes, and water parks where all ages are invited to (safely) make a splash. Don’t miss “Dive Into Summer!” (page 54) for all the secret spots and must-do aqua adventures found ’round town. Just remember: The sun is your friend but can also be your enemy, so keep your skin protected by following the suggestions found in “Good to Glow” (page 36).

On those true summer scorches, when the temps are simply too hot to handle, why not head inside to beat the heat? Turn to The 10 Spot on page 16 for air-conditioned activities that are literally and figuratively cool—from the mall, movie theaters, and museums, to indulging in the seriously scrumptious popsicles pictured on our cover. Speaking of summer-inspired sweet treats, if you’re hungry for more, check out page 96 for 10 refreshing recommendations, including a maple-bacon milkshake and sauvignon blanc slushie.

Does all this chatter about ice-cold concoctions make you want to warm up? This month’s “Dining Out” article (page 92) brings us to Tao’s HotPot & Shabu, an interactive experience that’s “souper” hot (in more ways than one) and as fun as it is flavorful.

Happy summer, and remember to stop and smell the (currently blooming) roses whenever and wherever you can; after all, life is beautiful but also precious. Cheers!

megan@stylemg.com, @meggoeggowaffle


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10 ONLINE<br />

12 COMMUNITY<br />


WHAT'S UP<br />

News Around Town<br />

16 THE 10 SPOT<br />

Air-Conditioned Activities<br />

20 GIVING BACK<br />

Hit the Books: Summer Reads<br />

24 ARTS & CULTURE<br />

Outdoor Concert Series<br />

28 CALENDAR<br />

32 OUTTAKES<br />

Event Pics<br />


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41<br />

Dads & Grads<br />

gift guide<br />

VOTE<br />

FOR US!<br />


47 SHOP LOCAL<br />


95 BEST FOOD + DRINK<br />




Summer Skin Care 101<br />

38 TAKE A HIKE<br />

Woods, Winnemucca,<br />

and Round Top Lakes Loop<br />

40 KEEP IT LOCAL<br />


Welcome to Paradise<br />

42 COOL STUFF<br />

Best-Selling Sunglasses<br />



Q&A with Local Companies<br />

77<br />

Folsom<br />

Pro Rodeo<br />

48 HOME & GARDEN<br />

Dream Backyard<br />

54 FEATURE<br />

Dive Into Summer!<br />

92 EAT & DRINK<br />


Tao's HotPot & Shabu<br />

94 FOODIE FIND<br />

Pacific Coast Pasta Co.<br />

96 THE HOT LIST<br />

Refreshing Summer Treats<br />


106 LAST LOOK<br />

Placer Food Bank<br />


Homemade Popsicles<br />

(Pineapple, Oreo,<br />

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Hawaiian<br />

Luau<br />

July 16, <strong>2023</strong> | Sunday 6:00pm-8:30pm<br />

Wise Villa’s owner Dr. Grover Lee is honoring<br />

his Hawaiian heritage by hosting a Hawaiian<br />

Luau! Guests will enjoy a full Luau-style feast,<br />

live music of Hawaiian singers & slack-key<br />

guitar, and an exciting hula dancer show!<br />

4200 Wise Rd, Lincoln, CA 95648<br />

This event sells out every year, purchase your tickets today!<br />

More Info: marketing@wisevillawinery.com or 916-543-0323

| editor’s letter |<br />

As we welcome the sixth month<br />

of the year (how is <strong>2023</strong> already<br />

halfway over?) and one of the<br />

busiest (Graduations! Father’s<br />

Day! Vacations!), I'm personally<br />

processing that it’ll be the first<br />

heavenly birthday for my dear—and dearly<br />

missed—coworker Debra Linn.<br />

While our STYLE family will never move<br />

“on,” we’re all doing our best to move “forward”<br />

and keep her spirit alive (see page 14 for a<br />

donation drive her husband and children<br />

put together in her honor). Ironically, <strong>June</strong> 21,<br />

the day of her passing, also marks summer<br />

solstice, aka, the official start of summer and<br />

the longest, brightest day of the year. Maybe I’m<br />

alone in finding the coincidence to be uncanny,<br />

but I believe it’s Debra’s way of shining down<br />

on us—reminding us to soak up as much fun as<br />

we can this summer.<br />

Luckily, this issue is bursting at the seams with wonderful ways to welcome the<br />

season of sweat and no school, starting with “Listen to the Music” (page 24), featuring<br />

a roundup of our region’s alfresco concert series (many free) whose venues (parks,<br />

city plazas, wineries, amphitheaters) are as diverse as the lineups. Bring a low-backed<br />

lawn chair, put on your dancing shoes, and get ready to move and groove under<br />

balmy, star-lit skies.<br />

Though we may not have the ocean at our fingertips, we do have refreshing rivers<br />

and reservoirs, plus plenty of public pools, splash pads, swimming holes, and water<br />

parks where all ages are invited to (safely) make a splash. Don’t miss “Dive Into<br />

Summer!” (page 54) for all the secret spots and must-do aqua adventures found ’round<br />

town. Just remember: The sun is your friend but can also be your enemy, so keep<br />

your skin protected by following the suggestions found in “Good to Glow” (page 36).<br />

On those true summer scorches, when the temps are simply too hot to handle, why<br />

not head inside to beat the heat? Turn to The 10 Spot on page 16 for air-conditioned<br />

activities that are literally and figuratively cool—<br />

from the mall, movie theaters, and museums, to<br />

“The power indulging in the seriously scrumptious popsicles<br />

of the sun at pictured on our cover. Speaking of summer-inspired<br />

sweet treats, if you’re hungry for more, check<br />

the solstice<br />

out page 96 for 10 refreshing recommendations,<br />

is protective, including a maple-bacon milkshake and sauvignon<br />

healing,<br />

blanc slushie.<br />

Does all this chatter about ice-cold concoctions<br />

empowering,<br />

make you want to warm up? This month’s “Dining<br />

and<br />

Out” article (page 92) brings us to Tao’s HotPot &<br />

revitalizing.” Shabu, an interactive experience that’s “souper” hot<br />

—Lisa Lister<br />

(in more ways than one) and as fun as it is flavorful.<br />

Happy summer, and remember to stop and smell<br />

the (currently blooming) roses whenever and wherever you can; after all, life is<br />

beautiful but also precious. Cheers!<br />

—Megan<br />

megan@stylemg.com<br />

@meggoeggowaffle<br />

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Live in Luxury<br />

3 Collections at Russell Ranch in Folsom are Now Selling!<br />

This vibrant community offers three collections of expansive home designs to choose from,<br />

each featuring a Next Gen ® design ideal for multigenerational living or for anyone who needs<br />

extra space. Single-story options are great for those in search of low-maintenance living.<br />

Onsite amenities include a clubhouse, swimming pool, lounge, parks and trail. Residents enjoy<br />

a great hilltop location, stunning views and convenient proximity to schools and Highway 50<br />

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Platinum Peak<br />

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3,467 - 4,242 sq ft • Up to 6 beds<br />

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Brass Pointe<br />

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Please see your New Home Consultant and/or home purchase agreement for actual features designated as an Everything’s Included feature. Plans to build out this neighborhood as proposed are subject to change<br />

without notice. Features, amenities, floor plans, elevations, and designs vary and are subject to changes or substitution without notice. Items shown may contain options that are not standard on all models or<br />

not included in the purchase price. Availability may vary. Sq. ft. is estimated; actual sq. ft. will differ. Prices do not include closing costs and other fees to be paid by buyer (including a builder fee as described in<br />

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Bella Nolen<br />


Pauline Arroyo, Nelly Kislyanka, Jennifer Maragoni,<br />

Ryan Martinez, Caitlin McCulloch, Sharon Penny,<br />

Emily Peter-Corey, Melissa Strand<br />


Gary Zsigo<br />


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Taylor Gillespie<br />


Theresa Arnold, 916-308-2400<br />


Joe Chiodo, 916-224-5677<br />

JoAnn DeLise, 916-918-3822<br />

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“Chocolate chip—simple but classic!”—<br />

Nelly Kislyanka<br />

“Non-dairy cinnamon churro from the<br />

brand Double Rainbow. The churro bits<br />

in it taste like snickerdoodle cookie<br />

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“Butter pecan. My mom got me started<br />

on it, as it was her favorite. It has that<br />

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it!”—Terry Carroll<br />

“Mint chocolate chip. The best part about<br />

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—Emily Peter-Corey<br />

“I love just about all ice cream (it’s nearly<br />

an addiction!), but if I had to pick, I’d<br />

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SUMMER<br />


There’s no reason why summer barbecues, camping trips, and<br />

days by the pool can’t be filled with nutritious foods that are still<br />

fun and flavorful. We asked local resident Tasha Rosales, board<br />

certified holistic health practitioner and nutritionist of Wellness<br />

Homemade (@wellness.homemade), for some “real food”<br />

essentials to keep stocked this summer. Head online to read all<br />

her recommendations and product picks.<br />

Group photo with check by Taylor Gillespie ©stylemediagroup. Local pet<br />

Khloe photo courtesy of Khloe's owner. Healthy Summer Soirées photo<br />

courtesy of Applegate.<br />

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| community matters |<br />

#What’sUp?<br />

New Coming Soon<br />


New&<br />

Drink EEZY (drinkeezy.com), a company<br />

dedicated to producing 100% sustainable<br />

wines, is opening a tasting room and<br />

retail store at 11225 Trade Center<br />

Drive, Suite 250, in Rancho Cordova.<br />

Shred Beer Co.(@shredbeer)—<br />

spearheaded by experienced brewers<br />

and co-founders Amy Heller and Zack<br />

Frasher—is scheduled to open this<br />

month at 4480 Yankee Hill Road,<br />

Suite 100, in Rocklin and will offer<br />

“highly aromatic and flavorful hoppy<br />

offerings, bright lagers, eclectic styles,<br />

and an extensive barrel program.”<br />

Create a custom hat at Folsom’s newly<br />

opened Rancher Hat Bar (rancherhatbar.<br />

com). In addition to selecting your hat<br />

style, embellishments, and getting it<br />

branded, burned, and/or shaped, the<br />

shop—sited at 306 Riley Street—also<br />

sells Western wear (boots, dresses,<br />

jewelry, etc.) and provides fun photo ops.<br />

Placerville Biergarten opened at 696<br />

Main Street and serves a variety of<br />

local craft beers and wines alongside<br />

German-inspired food and other light<br />

bites (bratwursts, hot pretzels, paninis,<br />

and potato salad). In addition to a<br />

1,200-square-foot beer garden, inside<br />

activities include pool and foosball.<br />

Granite Bay Brewing Company (@gb_<br />

brew_co)—which focuses on quality beer<br />

made in small batches with attention to<br />

detail—is open and pouring pints daily at<br />

8601 Auburn Folsom Road in Granite Bay.<br />

Community-owned natural foods grocery<br />

store Briar Patch (briarpatch.coop), which<br />

has been supporting a sustainable and<br />

local food system in the foothills since<br />

1976, is expanding to Auburn (2505 Bell<br />

Road). Slated to open in August, shoppers<br />

can expect fresh, locally sourced, 100%<br />

certified organic produce alongside freshly<br />

prepared foods, a “wine alley,” inside<br />

dining area, “cheese island,” and more.<br />

Tea Bar & Fusion Café (ilovetbar.com),<br />

aka TBar, is opening a 2,846-squarefoot<br />

location in Rocklin's Blue Oaks<br />

Town Center. Known for their tea-based<br />

beverages (frozen, frosted, sparkling,<br />

steamed, and iced options), as well as<br />

healthy fusion bowls and wraps, this will be<br />

the Northern California chain’s fourth café.<br />

Rocklin welcomed Beyond the Fig Wine<br />

Merchants (beyondthefig.com) to 5035<br />

Pacific Street. Open Wednesday-<br />

Saturday from noon-6 p.m., the familyowned<br />

shop sells almost 300 wines from<br />

around the world—many from unfamiliar<br />

grapes and regions—in a variety of<br />

price points (over half are under $30).<br />

Using small importers and distributors<br />

allows them to carry bottles not found at<br />

grocery stores or restaurants. In addition<br />

to online shopping and shipping (in<br />

California), they also have a wine club.<br />

Rancher Hat Bar photo by Selena De La Torre Photography, selenadltphotography.com. Beyond the Fig photo by Gabe Nitz. Other photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.<br />

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Kids Empire (kidsempire.com), an indoor<br />

entertainment facility with activities<br />

like floor-to-ceiling climbing walls,<br />

play structures, a dance floor, and<br />

drop-in ball pit, plus a fully stocked<br />

snack bar, is opening at 10309 Folsom<br />

Boulevard in Rancho Cordova.<br />

Red Hawk Resort + Casino Hotel (redhawkcasino.com)—a luxuriously modern 156-<br />

room property with ample amenities (including a pool and state-of-the-art fitness<br />

center), floor-to-ceiling windows, and sweeping foothill views—opened in Placerville.<br />

The world-class entertainment destination also features 2,000 slots, popular table<br />

games, award-winning restaurants, and the Apex amusement center, featuring a<br />

multi-story indoor electric karting track, 18-lane interactive bowling center, golf<br />

simulators, virtual reality arcade, and expansive sports bar with outdoor seating.<br />

Global semiconductor manufacturer Bosch<br />

(bosch-semiconductors.com) is acquiring<br />

assets of Roseville-based chipmaker<br />

TSI Semiconductors (tsisemi.com) and<br />

expanding its business by making silicon<br />

carbide chips, which will enable electric<br />

vehicles to have greater range and more<br />

efficient recharging. Over the coming<br />

years, Bosch plans to invest more than<br />

$1.5 billion in the Roseville site and convert<br />

the TSI Semiconductors manufacturing<br />

facilities to state-of-the-art processes.<br />


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Expected to open later this summer, the lush<br />

beer garden that's part taproom part plant<br />

shop is designed to bring the outdoors in<br />

and will serve traditional and experimental<br />

pints along with charcuterie boards.<br />

School of Rock Folsom (locations.<br />

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that combines one-on-one music lessons<br />

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People & Places in the News<br />

Four high school juniors and seniors received <strong>2023</strong> Young Artist Awards<br />

at a reception at Placerville’s Switchboard Gallery. The four awards—<br />

Richard H. Bush Award for Music, Joey Cattone Award for Visual Art, Lanny<br />

Langston Award for Theater, and Jane Van Camp Award for Nature-Inspired<br />

Art—went to Jayce Kaldunski (theater), Audrey Gupta (visual art), Audrey<br />

Ewing (music) and Macie Douglas (nature-inspired art). Congrats!<br />

Friends of Lakes Folsom & Natoma<br />

(folfan.org), in cooperation with the<br />

California State Parks Foundation<br />

(calparks.org), broke ground on a<br />

4,000-5,000-square-foot native plant<br />

nursery, interpretive gardens, and<br />

greenhouse at Black Miners Bar. Located<br />

in a secluded area of the Folsom Lake<br />

State Recreation Area where a ranger’s<br />

residence is present, the “cottage” will<br />

eventually be repurposed and renovated<br />

to serve as an office with space for<br />

meetings, small educational functions,<br />

and storage. The project is scheduled<br />

to take five years to complete.<br />

Do you know a local senior who needs<br />

a helping hand? Through August 1,<br />

Folsom Community Service Day is<br />

accepting applications for the “Neighbors<br />

Helping Seniors Initiative”—a unique<br />

category of projects that aims to help<br />

local seniors who need assistance with<br />

tasks like gutter cleaning, weeding,<br />

pruning, painting, or other light exterior<br />

maintenance. Find the application and<br />

more information at folsom.ca.us/residents/<br />

folsom-community-service-day/neighborshelping-seniors-project-proposals.<br />

Claudia Cummings and Folsom<br />

City Mayor Rosario Rodriguez<br />

Approximately 90 members of the Folsom community gathered at Willamette<br />

Wineworks to witness longtime resident and philanthropist Claudia<br />

Cummings present a generous donation to the Folsom History Museum<br />

(folsomhistory.org). Her gift will help support the construction of a 1,000-squarefoot<br />

expansion (the “Claudia Cummings Community Pavilion”) to the museum,<br />

in addition to allowing significant improvements to Pioneer Village and<br />

helping to kickstart the Chinese Heritage Museum’s interior design work.<br />

Folsom-based SAFE Credit Union<br />

(safecu.org) awarded $20,000 to<br />

Volunteers of America Northern<br />

California & Northern Nevada<br />

(voa-ncnn.org). The nonprofit plans<br />

to use the grant to help fund its<br />

transitional housing program, which<br />

provides shelter and resources<br />

for up to 80 veterans each night.<br />

Annually, SAFE awards up to $120,000<br />

in grants focusing on its three<br />

pillars of philanthropy: veterans,<br />

health care, and education.<br />

Roseville Parks, Recreation &<br />

Libraries—which manages 81 developed<br />

parks, 300 acres of street landscaping, two<br />

recreation centers, three libraries, three<br />

pools, two golf courses, a Native American<br />

museum, and 19 Adventure Club sites for<br />

before/after school childcare—is one of<br />

four finalists for the prestigious National<br />

Gold Medal Award for Excellence<br />

in Park & Recreation Management.<br />

The winner will be announced at the<br />

<strong>2023</strong> National Recreation and Park<br />

Association Conference in October.<br />

In honor of Debra Linn—associate<br />

publisher at STYLE <strong>Magazine</strong>, devoted<br />

wife, loving mother, respected<br />

businesswoman, and prominent<br />

community member who passed away<br />

last <strong>June</strong>—her husband, children,<br />

and Bethel Lutheran Church<br />

made blankets and received food<br />

donations for the Placer SPCA. The<br />

donation was made in Debra’s name.<br />

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While we love warm summer nights, the intense midday temps<br />

are often too hot to handle. Beat the heat with this list of cool<br />

indoor activities.<br />

Explore the<br />

Westfield Galleria<br />

at Roseville<br />

Whether you want to make a<br />

few purchases, window shop, or<br />

simply get some air-conditioned<br />

steps in, the Westfield Galleria at<br />

Roseville (westfield.com/unitedstates/galleriaatroseville)<br />

has it<br />

all. There are over 150 stores to<br />

choose from, but we have a few<br />

recommendations: grab some<br />

threads for the whole family at<br />

Nordstrom, check out Round1<br />

Bowling & Amusement (a stateof-the-art<br />

entertainment center<br />

that offers bowling, billiards,<br />

private karaoke rooms, and one<br />

of the largest arcades around),<br />

and then head to Lolli & Pops, a<br />

candy store that’s semi new to<br />

the mall, for a sweet treat.<br />

Have a Museum Day<br />

Take in some local history<br />

at Lincoln Area Archives<br />

Museum (laamca.org), which<br />

is open Tuesday-Saturday<br />

and allows visitors to explore<br />

Nisenan artifacts and learn<br />

more about the region’s early<br />

settlers and the history of<br />

ranching, mining, and military.<br />

If you go on a Saturday, the<br />

Rocklin Historical Society &<br />

Museum (rocklinhistorical.org)<br />

will also be open. Both are<br />

conveniently located within<br />

20 minutes of one another,<br />

traffic allowing! For little ones<br />

looking to get the wiggles<br />

out, head to the Sacramento<br />

Children's Museum (sackids.<br />

org) for a day of handson-play<br />

with imaginative<br />

exhibits like a magnet wall,<br />

"vet office", and giant Lite<br />

Brite.<br />

See a Movie<br />

Folsom’s Palladio<br />

LUXE Cinema<br />

(cinemawest.com) offers a<br />

full bar, upscale food menu,<br />

and plush recliner seats,<br />

not to mention $5 matinee<br />

tickets on Tuesdays; Regal El<br />

Dorado Hills (regmovies.com)<br />

has comfy seats along with<br />

an IMAX theater option; and<br />

Rocklin’s Studio Movie Grill<br />

(studiomoviegrill.com) boasts<br />

nine auditoriums outfitted with<br />

the latest digital projection,<br />

newly installed recliners, as well<br />

as a full-service bar and lounge<br />

with daily specials like $5 draft<br />

beers on Tuesdays. Wondering<br />

what to see? Ruby Gillman,<br />

Teenage Kraken, and Spider<br />

Man: Across the Spider-Verse<br />

all hit theaters this month.<br />

Westfield Galleria photo by Renee Cascia Photography. Museum Day photo courtesy of Visit Rancho<br />

Cordova. See a Movie photo courtesy of Studio Movie Grill.<br />

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Take a Swing<br />

at Indoor Golf<br />

If you haven’t checked out<br />

the newly renovated Red Hawk<br />

Casino (redhawkcasino.com),<br />

this is your sign to do so. This<br />

isn’t an adults-only gambling<br />

recommendation (though that<br />

would be fun too on a hot<br />

summer night), but for the Apex<br />

Golf Simulator (redhawkcasino.<br />

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to tee off outside, this is an<br />

awesome alternative that’s as<br />

close as it gets to the real thing.<br />

Golf not your thing? No worries.<br />

Hit up the go-karts, arcade, or<br />

18-lane bowling center.<br />

"Pop" Into an<br />

Ice Cream Shop<br />

‘Tis the season for deliciously<br />

cold concoctions, aka ice<br />

pops! While we’ll never say<br />

no to anything sweet and<br />

frozen, there’s something<br />

about homemade popsicles<br />

that is extra “cool.” Save<br />

yourself the trouble of making<br />

them at home, by heading to<br />

Seasons 916 in Historic Folsom<br />

(@seasons916folsom) for a<br />

rainbow of fun, funky flavors<br />

(many vegan!), like pineapple<br />

basil, gummy bear, strawberry<br />

cheesecake, Oreo, and more.<br />

Catch a Local<br />

Performance<br />

Head to the Harris<br />

Center (harriscenter.net) for<br />

some indoor entertainment.<br />

El Dorado Musical Theatre’s<br />

The Best of Broadway (<strong>June</strong><br />

10) promises an evening<br />

of Broadway’s biggest hit<br />

songs, Motown Mania! (<strong>June</strong><br />

22) will feature hits from<br />

The Temptations and other<br />

Motown superstars, and the<br />

El Dorado Dance Academy<br />

is putting on their summer<br />

concert Metamorphosis (<strong>June</strong><br />

24). You can also plan ahead<br />

Rancho Cordova Barrel District<br />

and get tickets for Disney’s<br />

Descendants: The Musical,<br />

which will be showing from July<br />

8-16.<br />

Explore the Rancho<br />

Cordova Barrel<br />

District<br />

Enjoy some 21+ libations from<br />

multiple locations in close<br />

proximity at Rancho Cordova’s<br />

Barrel District (barreldistrict.<br />

com). Aside from two distilleries<br />

(Gold River Distillery and J.J.<br />

Pfister) and five breweries,<br />

you’ll also find hard kombucha<br />

and a meadery. You may briefly<br />

be outdoors while hopping from<br />

place to place, but the cool A/C<br />

and drinks that await will keep<br />

your spirits high.<br />

Play Your Heart Out<br />

Another day, (not) another<br />

playground! On those extra hot<br />

afternoons when the slides and<br />

swings at your neighborhood<br />

park are too toasty, head to<br />

BusyKids (busykidsplay.com) in<br />

Folsom or Roseville for some<br />

indoor imaginative action.<br />

Though the locations differ<br />

slightly (Folsom’s features an<br />

open café where adults can sit<br />

and sip their favorite beverage),<br />

both boast a whimsical,<br />

hands-on miniature town<br />

play area, free Wi-Fi,<br />

enrichment classes like “Yoga<br />

& Movement,” and more.<br />

Go Ice Skating<br />

While outdoor ice<br />

skating is magical during<br />

the holiday season, indoor ice<br />

skating is just as fun—and often<br />

very refreshing—in the summer<br />

months. Head to Skatetown<br />

Ice Arena (skatetown.biz) in<br />

Roseville to cool off and get<br />

some exercise in at the same<br />

time. Visit their website to<br />

make reservations and view the<br />

summer schedule.<br />

Make No-Bake Cookies<br />

When you don’t feel like leaving<br />

the house or turning on the<br />

oven, no-bake desserts are<br />

the hero of the day. Head<br />

to our website (stylemg.<br />

com) for the recipe to make<br />

No-Bake Chocolate Oatmeal<br />

Cookies, courtesy of homebased<br />

bakery The Cookie Boss<br />

(thecookiebossedh.com). Feel<br />

like being extra sweet? Do the<br />

neighborly thing and share!<br />

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park, or perhaps that Adirondack chair in your backyard? Get your kids<br />

involved in the fun—and help them prepare for the coming school year—<br />

by participating in a summer reading program through a local library<br />

or bookstore. According to the California Library Association, reading<br />

just five books over the summer can prevent summer learning loss.<br />

And if you’re heading on a road trip, try an audiobook; after all, <strong>June</strong> is<br />

Audiobook Appreciation Month!<br />

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The El Dorado County<br />

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from <strong>June</strong> 1 to August 31.<br />

Readers of all ages can<br />

sign up at any branch<br />

or at eldoradolibrary.<br />

beanstack.org. By keeping<br />

track of the books they<br />

read, participants can<br />

win medals, books, book<br />

bags, and dozens of<br />

grand prizes.<br />

The Folsom Public Library<br />

invites readers of all<br />

ages to join its Summer<br />

Reading Bingo Challenge.<br />

Pick up a bingo card<br />

at the library or track<br />

your progress at folsom.<br />

beanstack.org. Kids and<br />

teens who read or listen to<br />

five books in <strong>June</strong> and July<br />

will earn a book and book<br />

bag and be entered into<br />

a drawing for a $100 gift<br />

card. Adults will also earn<br />

a book bag and entry into<br />

the drawing.<br />

The Roseville Public<br />

Library invites reader of<br />

all ages to join its “Read,<br />

Imagine, Explore” Summer<br />

Reading Challenge in<br />

<strong>June</strong> and July. Pick up a<br />

reading log at any branch<br />

or sign up at roseville.<br />

beanstack.org. Complete<br />

10 hours of reading to<br />

earn a free book. For each<br />

Photos courtesy of the Placer County Library.<br />

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for completing other activities,<br />

participants will earn tickets for a<br />

grand prize drawing.<br />


Ready to read, but not sure where to begin? Here are some<br />

must-read summer books, chosen by local booksellers:<br />

Face in a Book<br />

(getyourfaceinabook.com) in El<br />

Dorado Hills suggests:<br />

The Bookhouse<br />

(bookhousecp.com) in Cameron<br />

Park suggests:<br />

The Summer Fest program at<br />

Placer County Library (branches in<br />

Granite Bay, Auburn, and Rocklin)<br />

kicks off <strong>June</strong> 6 and runs through<br />

July. This year’s theme, “Find Your<br />

Voice,” celebrates art, music, and<br />

self-expression. Readers of all<br />

ages can track reading, participate<br />

in challenges, partake in weekly<br />

activities, share reviews, and<br />

earn badges and prizes at placer.<br />

beanstack.org. At select libraries,<br />

kiddos can also watch fun, humorfilled<br />

“Wild Things” shows where<br />

they'll meet and learn interesting<br />

anecdotes about numerous animals.<br />

Face in a Book (getyourfaceinabook.<br />

com) dares kids to read with its<br />

annual Summer Reading Dare grid,<br />

which poses challenges such as “read<br />

outside” and “write a book review for<br />

the store’s bulletin board.” Kids who<br />

cross off 15 squares earn a free book.<br />

The store also offers “Friday Freebies,”<br />

in which kids can pop by the store for<br />

a free advance copy of a book (while<br />

supplies last). And both kids and<br />

adults are invited to bring in photos<br />

of themselves “caught reading” for<br />

display in the store.<br />

Ruby’s Books (rubysfolsom.com)<br />

encourages school-age kids to<br />

explore Folsom this summer. Stop<br />

by the store to purchase a copy of<br />

Find Your<br />

Way<br />

Through<br />

Folsom<br />

by local<br />

author Brian<br />

Wallace and<br />

spend the<br />

summer<br />

discovering<br />

the city’s best-kept secrets. Bring<br />

your mostly completed activity<br />

book to Ruby’s on August 18 for<br />

an ice cream party with Ruby, the<br />

store’s namesake golden retriever.<br />

The Covenant of<br />

Water by Abraham<br />

Verghese<br />

The author of Cutting<br />

for Stone brings us<br />

this much-anticipated<br />

novel of love, faith, and<br />

medicine set in South<br />

India that follows three<br />

generations of a family seeking the<br />

answers to a strange secret.<br />

cooking show.<br />

Lessons in<br />

Chemistry by<br />

Bonnie Garmus<br />

In this laugh-out-loud<br />

novel set in the 1960s,<br />

a research chemist’s<br />

career takes a detour<br />

when she becomes<br />

the unlikely star of a TV<br />

The Wager: A Tale<br />

of Shipwreck,<br />

Mutiny and Murder<br />

by David Grann<br />

A nonfiction story of<br />

shipwreck, survival,<br />

and savagery by the<br />

author of Killers of the<br />

Flower Moon.<br />

Ruby’s Books<br />

(rubysfolsom.com) in Folsom<br />

recommends:<br />

Happy Place by<br />

Emily Henry<br />

This romantic comedy<br />

is a love letter to<br />

chosen family, with<br />

many heartwarming<br />

moments of<br />

tenderness between<br />

the characters.<br />

Yearbook by Seth<br />

Rogen<br />

This book—comprising<br />

snapshots of Rogen’s<br />

life, from his start as<br />

a teenage standup<br />

comedian to<br />

the behind-thescenes<br />

insanity of<br />

controversial film, The Interview—will<br />

leave you gasping for breath from<br />

laughing so hard.<br />

Alone With You in<br />

the Ether by Olivie<br />

Blake<br />

A story of love and<br />

acceptance that will hit<br />

you with all the feels<br />

but also make you<br />

laugh.<br />

Tress of the<br />

Emerald Sea<br />

by Brandon<br />

Sanderson<br />

This high-fantasy<br />

novel is packed with<br />

adventure, plot twists,<br />

and characters you<br />

can root for.<br />

Howl’s Moving<br />

Castle by Diana<br />

Wynne Jones<br />

Escape to a whimsical<br />

land filled with<br />

quirky characters,<br />

spirited adventures,<br />

and a strong,<br />

independent, and intelligent heroine.<br />

Recommended for ages 10-14 or<br />

younger as a read aloud.<br />

Bluey: The Beach<br />

Everyone’s favorite<br />

cattle dog comes<br />

across a series<br />

of beach day<br />

adventures in this<br />

book based on the<br />

popular TV series. Recommended for<br />

ages six and under.<br />

With its picks, Winston Smith<br />

Books (winstonsmithbooks.com)<br />

in Auburn, which sells mostly<br />

used books, reminds readers not<br />

to forget the classics. As novelist<br />

Samuel Butler said, “The oldest<br />

books are only just out to those<br />

who have not read them.”<br />

The Little Prince by<br />

Antoine de Saint-<br />

Exupéry<br />

A wise and enchanting<br />

fable for readers of all<br />

ages.<br />

The Adventures of<br />

Huckleberry Finn by<br />

Mark Twain<br />

One of the most<br />

influential works in<br />

American literature.<br />

1984 by George<br />

Orwell<br />

A cautionary tale<br />

capturing readers'<br />

attention with<br />

its undeniable<br />

admonitions.<br />

Book images courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.<br />

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p.m. Food will be available for<br />

purchase from local vendors.<br />

The fun wraps up on September<br />

16 at EDH Summer Fest,<br />

with activities starting at 4<br />

p.m. eldoradohillscsd.org/<br />

programs___activities/special_<br />

events/summer_concert_<br />

series.php<br />

Listen to<br />

the Music<br />

Summer Concert Roundup<br />


Folsom Parks & Recreation’s<br />

Summer of Music concert<br />

series roars into Folsom City<br />

Lions Park on <strong>June</strong> 9 with the<br />

band, Pumping Irony, alongside<br />

additional concerts <strong>June</strong> 23,<br />

July 14, and July 28. folsom.ca.us/<br />

government/parks-recreation/<br />

recreation/special-events<br />

Roseville’s Downtown<br />

Tuesday Nights returns with<br />

weekly music, classic cars, and<br />

family fun from <strong>June</strong> 6-July<br />

25 (except July 4). The event,<br />

featuring live bands and local<br />

vendors, takes over Vernon<br />

Street Town Square from 5:30-9<br />

p.m. with music starting at 7 p.m.<br />

downtownrosevilleevents.com<br />

“There is nothing like music to relieve the soul<br />

and uplift it,” said Mickey Hart, drummer in The<br />

Grateful Dead. And a little fresh air and sunshine<br />

never hurt either. So, grab a lawn chair—maybe a<br />

few friends—and nurture your soul at some local<br />

outdoor concerts. Whether you like rock or pop,<br />

country or funk, there are plenty of places to get<br />

your groove on this summer, and many of them<br />

are free and family-friendly, too.<br />

El Dorado Hills Town Center’s<br />

Live on the Boulevard<br />

will have you out of your seat<br />

dancing. The series kicks off<br />

<strong>June</strong> 15 with Peace Frog, a tribute<br />

to Jim Morrison and The Doors,<br />

and continues Thursday nights<br />

through September 7 (no show<br />

July 6). Concerts are held from<br />

7-9 p.m. at the Steven Young<br />

Amphitheater edhtowncenter.<br />

com/upcoming-events<br />

The El Dorado Hills<br />

Community Services District<br />

brings good vibes and good<br />

eats to EDH Community Park<br />

with its Summer Concert<br />

Series on <strong>June</strong> 23, July 14,<br />

and August 11 from 7-9:30<br />

Roseville’s Concerts<br />

on the Square is back<br />

with a lively lineup of tribute<br />

bands. The series kicks off <strong>June</strong><br />

17 with Motley 2 and continues<br />

every third Saturday through<br />

September. Concerts are held<br />

at Vernon Street Town Square<br />

starting at 7:30 p.m. roseville.<br />

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The Folsom Historic<br />

District kicks off its<br />

Twilight Concert Series<br />

with The Wayside on <strong>June</strong> 1<br />

and welcomes a different band<br />

every Thursday night through<br />

August. Shows are held from<br />

7:30-9:30 p.m. at the Zittel Family<br />

Amphitheater. historicfolsom.<br />

org/events-schedule<br />

A Roseville tradition for three<br />

decades, Music in the Park<br />

returns to Royer Park on <strong>June</strong> 11<br />

with Turn the Page, a Bob Seger<br />

tribute band, and continues the<br />

second Sunday of each month<br />

through September from 6-8 p.m.<br />

rosevillemusicinthepark.com<br />

In Rocklin, the quarry will<br />

be rockin’—with music,<br />

that is. The <strong>2023</strong> Concerts<br />

at the Quarry season is<br />

underway at the Quarry Park<br />

Amphitheater, and Yachtley<br />

Crew, the self-proclaimed titans<br />

of soft rock, will be sailing<br />

into town on <strong>June</strong> 18. Tickets<br />

must be purchased in advance.<br />

rocklin.ca.us/concerts-quarry<br />

The Palladio in Folsom hosts<br />

its Summer Concert Series<br />

on the third Wednesday of<br />

each month through September,<br />

with an eclectic mix of bands<br />

playing country, hip-hop, and<br />

high-energy dance tunes. Shows<br />

are held 7-9 p.m. To conclude<br />

the series, don't miss out on the<br />

September 20 finale, which will<br />

include a Live DJ Glow Party<br />

from 8-10 p.m. gopalladio.com<br />

Enjoy Sunday evenings under a<br />

canopy of oak trees at Auburn’s<br />

Summer Concert Series.<br />

The fun starts <strong>June</strong> 11 with<br />

folk-rock band Dellow featuring<br />

Joe Craven and continues<br />

weekly through July 9. Concerts<br />

are held from 7-8:30 p.m. at<br />

School Park Preserve’s Cooper<br />

Amphitheater. auburnca.art/<br />

auburn-summer-concert-series<br />

If you’re up for a scenic drive,<br />

Amador County Arts Council<br />

is celebrating its 25th annual<br />

T.G.I.F. Summer Music<br />

Series on Fridays from 6-8<br />

p.m. The series starts <strong>June</strong><br />

9 with Matt Axton & Co. at<br />

Laughton Ranch in Jackson<br />

and continues through August<br />

18 (no show July 28) at different<br />

parks throughout the county.<br />

amadorarts.org/summerconcerts<br />

The Freshmakers<br />

Saureel Summer Nights (kiltandcork.com/<br />

saureel-summer-nights) returns to Saureel<br />

Vineyards in Placerville for the dog days of<br />

summer, with U2 tribute band L.A.vation<br />

on July 8, Queen tribute band The Kings<br />

of Queen on July 22, and a show paying<br />

homage to both Prince and Michael Jackson<br />

on August 5. Various food trucks and a full<br />

bar will be available at all shows. Individual<br />

tickets and season passes are available. Save the date for<br />

the Gold Hill Country Music Festival (goldhillmusicfestival.<br />

com), which takes over the winery on September 9 and is an all-day<br />

celebration of country music, cold beer, and food trucks.<br />

Sierra Vista Vineyards & Winery in Placerville<br />

offers music with a view most Saturdays<br />

through September from 5:30-8 p.m., with<br />

food available for purchase from local<br />

food trucks. On <strong>June</strong> 3, Old West Trio will<br />

entertain with “Western music in the silver<br />

screen cowboy tradition” while Blue Stone<br />

Pizza serves up the grub. sierravistawinery.<br />

com/upcoming-events<br />

Music in the Park returns to Perry Creek Winery in Fair Play on<br />

Saturdays beginning <strong>June</strong> 17 (Spanish guitar with Jesse Hendricks)<br />

and August 5 (country music with Shauna Lea) from 1-4 p.m.<br />

perrycreek.com/events<br />

Lava Cap Winery brings live music to its<br />

vineyard on <strong>June</strong> 3 with Frank Zappa tribute<br />

band, The Bongo Furys, from 5-8 p.m., as<br />

well as <strong>June</strong> 10 (Late4Dinner) and <strong>June</strong> 24<br />

(The Neon Moon Band). Betty’s Balls food<br />

truck will be at each show serving up tapas<br />

for vegans and meat lovers alike. lavacap.<br />

com/events<br />

For a Saturday night concert series under the wideopen<br />

sky, try the Summer Concert Series at Cielo Estate Winery<br />

in Shingle Springs. This winery hosts a different band and food truck<br />

from 6-9 p.m. every other Saturday through September. The series<br />

kicks off <strong>June</strong> 3 with Red Dirt Ruckus, a band that describes itself<br />

as “a healthy dose of bluegrass, a sprinkle of reggae, and a spoonful<br />

of funk.” Pacific Coast Pasta will be serving up Italian fare, too.<br />

cieloestate.com/upcoming-events<br />

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Wines in Loomis for a relaxing evening<br />

of wine, food, and live music. Expect a<br />

different band and food truck each Friday<br />

from 5:30-8:30 p.m. casquewines.com/<br />

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Garden Party in the Orchard.<br />

Images of Hope—a nonprofit that<br />

provides art programs to support<br />

people affected by cancer or other<br />

traumas—is hosting their annual<br />

fundraiser at Rainbow Orchards<br />

from 4-7:30 p.m. Partygoers<br />

can expect live music, a live and<br />

silent auction, a sneak peek at<br />

the <strong>2023</strong> Banners on Parade<br />

entries, dinner, and dessert.<br />

imagesofhopeeldorado.com<br />

Rods & Relics Car Show. Visit<br />

Downtown Lincoln from 7 a.m.-<br />

2:30 p.m. to enjoy a variety of<br />

classic cars, plus raffles, live music,<br />

vendors, food, kids’ activities, and<br />

a pancake breakfast (7-10 a.m.).<br />

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1<br />

Billy Bob Thornton & the<br />

Boxmasters. Head to the Harris<br />

Center at 7:30 p.m. to experience<br />

this popular band that’s toured<br />

across the U.S. and opened for<br />

acclaimed performers like Kid Rock<br />

and Steve Miller. Inspired by ’60s<br />

rock and roll, expect subtle tones<br />

of The Beatles, Byrds, and The<br />

Beach Boys. harriscenter.net/<br />

boxmasters<br />

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Shakespeare in the Park:<br />

Romeo & Juliet. Wherefore art<br />

thou, Romeo? Bring a low-backed<br />

chair to Auburn’s School Park<br />

Preserve (<strong>June</strong> 2-3), Folsom’s<br />

Zittel Family Amphitheater (<strong>June</strong><br />

5-7), and Rocklin’s Quarry Park<br />

Amphitheater (<strong>June</strong> 8-10) to<br />

witness the tragic tale of the starcrossed<br />

lovers, Romeo and Juliet.<br />

Shows begin at 7:30 p.m., and<br />

admission is free. takenotetroupe.<br />

org/events<br />

(THROUGH 10)<br />

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Cocktails & Cinema: Turn Back<br />

Time. Enjoy ’80s-inspired, food,<br />

music, drinks, and dancing at<br />

this fundraiser for the historic<br />

Auburn State Theatre. The<br />

Rocklin Brewfest. Support local<br />

craft brewers like Crooked Lane<br />

and The Monk’s Cellar while raising<br />

funds for Rotary Club of South<br />

Placer Foundation. There will also<br />

be wineries along with food trucks.<br />

The event (21+ only) is from 1-5<br />

p.m. at Johnson-Springview Park.<br />

rocklinbrewfest.com<br />

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RotoBerfest. Put on your<br />

lederhosen and support<br />

the Rotary Club of Folsom’s<br />

community projects from 3-7<br />

p.m. at the Folsom Community<br />

Center. Festivities include beer,<br />

German-inspired cuisine, music<br />

by the Alpenmeisters, and a<br />

live auction. rotoberfest<strong>2023</strong>.<br />

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Double Feature. Don’t miss<br />

Northern California Dance<br />

Conservatory’s Double Feature<br />

presentation, showcasing the<br />

charming Summer Solstice<br />

production, Spanish rom-com Don<br />

Quixote, and the classic tale of<br />

Alice in Wonderland. Shows begin<br />

at 7 p.m. harriscenter.net/ncdcdouble-feature<br />

(ALSO 9)<br />

10<br />

The Best of Broadway. Watch<br />

El Dorado Musical Theatre’s<br />

acclaimed group, High Voltage,<br />

perform at the Harris Center.<br />

The show includes two hours<br />

of classic and contemporary<br />

numbers straight from Broadway<br />

starting at 7 p.m. harriscenter.<br />

net/edmt-hv-broadway<br />

Golden History Days. Celebrate the<br />

arrival of the Wagon Train from 9<br />

a.m.-4 p.m. on Placerville’s Main Street<br />

at this multicultural event. Activities<br />

include an antique fair, live music, and<br />

spoken-word history. Admission is<br />

free. visit-eldorado.com/event/goldenhistory-days-2<br />

Thunder in the Park Classic Car<br />

Show. Peruse hundreds of beautifully<br />

restored cars and trucks with your<br />

family at Cameron Park Lake from<br />

9 a.m.-3 p.m. Expect live music,<br />

raffle prizes, food trucks, and more.<br />

sscpchamber.org/thunder-in-thepark-car-show-2<br />

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Fire/Land: Knowing the Territory.<br />

This outdoor event at Wakamatsu<br />

Farm from 4-10 p.m. begins with<br />

a community resilience forum<br />

featuring expert speakers on<br />

issues related to wildfire safety<br />

and protection, land management,<br />

and ecological change. A live<br />

performance under the stars will<br />

follow and include music, media,<br />

and a theatrical show created by<br />

Myrtle Tree Arts. myrtletreearts.com<br />

Powerfest Taps & Tunes. Celebrate<br />

the unique history and connection<br />

of the Folsom Powerhouse State<br />

Historic Park to the region’s<br />

brewing industry from 4-8 p.m.<br />

at 9980 Greenback Lane. Tickets<br />

include tastings from over 20<br />

breweries, food trucks, live music,<br />

and more. folsompowerhouse.org<br />

Pakistan Culture Festival. Bring<br />

your family to celebrate the rich and<br />

vibrant culture of Pakistan at Vernon<br />

Street Town Square from 10 a.m.-4<br />

p.m. Indulge in Pakistani cuisine<br />

and partake in crafts, shopping,<br />

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Asleep at the Wheel. Visit the<br />

Harris Center to experience some<br />

country lovin’. Inspired by Western<br />

swing and country honky-tonk,<br />

Asleep at the Wheel has earned<br />

10 Grammy Awards and remained<br />

successful for over 50 years.<br />

harriscenter.net/asleep-at-thewheel<br />

15<br />

El Dorado County Fair. Celebrate<br />

Father’s Day at this fun filled<br />

four-day fair featuring livestock<br />

competitions, live music, carnival<br />

rides, food vendors, shopping,<br />

and more. eldoradocountyfair.org<br />

(THROUGH 18)<br />

16<br />

Family Campout. Get lost in an<br />

overnight adventure at Fairytale<br />

Town where you can enjoy arts<br />

and crafts, a scavenger hunt,<br />

lawn games, and more. Wake up<br />

underneath a canopy of trees with<br />

a continental breakfast. The fun<br />

begins at 5:30 p.m. and concludes<br />

Saturday at 7 a.m. fairytaletown.<br />

org/calendar<br />

(THROUGH 17)<br />

17<br />

Spaghetti Western. Support<br />

cancer research by attending<br />

this 16th annual fundraiser at<br />

Cooper Vineyards from 6-10 p.m.<br />

Attendees will enjoy an evening of<br />

food, drinks, auctions, and a live<br />

performance from Slade Rivers<br />

Band. thespaghettiwestern.org<br />

Gold Rush Country Music Festival.<br />

Dance to amazing country artists<br />

and interact with riveting Old West<br />

characters while perusing a craft<br />

vendor marketplace and enjoying<br />

delicious BBQ and beer from<br />

noon-10 p.m. at the Gold Country<br />

Fairgrounds. gostang.com/goldrush/start<br />

ARD’s 75th Anniversary Carnival.<br />

In honor of the Auburn Recreation<br />

District’s 75th anniversary, they’re<br />

hosting a celebration from 5-10<br />

p.m. featuring carnival games<br />

and prizes, live music, train rides,<br />

a kids’ zone, bike parade, free<br />

public swim, craft beer and wine,<br />

food, and more. Admission is free.<br />

auburnrec.com/events<br />

Lavender Blue Festival.<br />

Celebrate the lavender harvest<br />

at Bluestone Meadow from 9<br />

a.m.-4 p.m. by cutting your own<br />

lavender bouquet, walking the<br />

lavender labyrinth, and perusing<br />

lavender-infused products. A<br />

play area for kids will also be<br />

available with duck races, a hay<br />

tower, giant bubbles, and more.<br />

bluestonemeadow.com/lavenderblue-festival.html<br />

(ALSO 18 & 24-25)<br />

19<br />

Summer Golf Classic.<br />

Participate in a golf tournament<br />

for a cause at Catta Verdera<br />

Country Club. Participants will<br />

enjoy food, drinks, music, and the<br />

gorgeous rolling hills of Lincoln.<br />

El Dorado County Fair<br />

Proceeds benefit Child Advocates<br />

of Placer County, a nonprofit<br />

that supports at-risk youth and<br />

foster children. casaplacer.org/<br />

calendar/golf-classic<br />

22<br />

Placer County Fair. Don’t miss this<br />

85th annual fair featuring classic<br />

carnival fun, friendly competitions,<br />

food vendors, concerts, and<br />

more. Hours Thursday through<br />

Saturday are from 5-11:30 p.m.,<br />

and Sunday from noon-11 p.m.<br />

placercountyfair.org<br />

(THROUGH 25)<br />

23<br />

Golf “Fore” a Cause. Support<br />

the Marshall Foundation for<br />

Community Health’s local wellness<br />

programs by participating in this<br />

40th annual golf tournament at<br />

Cold Springs Golf & Country Club.<br />

Entry includes the green fee, a golf<br />

cart, beverages, lunch, and dinner.<br />

Registration opens at 9:30 a.m.<br />

marshallfound.org/golf-fore-acause-june-23<br />

Newsies Jr. Roseville Theatre<br />

Arts Academy is performing<br />

this timeless tale full of spirit,<br />

heart, and an award-winning<br />

score that’s inspired by the<br />

rousing true story of newsboys<br />

in turn-of-the-century New<br />

York City. Show times vary.<br />

rosevilletheatreartsacademy.<br />

com/events/newsies-jr<br />

(THROUGH 25)<br />

24<br />

Historic Folsom Hometown Parade.<br />

Bring your lawn chairs and head<br />

to Sutter Street at 9:30 a.m. for<br />

a parade featuring marching<br />

bands, creative floats, vintage<br />

fire and police vehicles, and more.<br />

Following the parade, the Folsom<br />

Historic District will be full of fun<br />

activities. historicfolsom.org/<br />

hometown-parade<br />

A Midsummer Night’s Dream<br />

& Crystal Ice Cream Fantasy.<br />

Indulge in all-you-can-eat Crystal<br />

ice cream, live music, hands-on<br />

activities, a marketplace, and more<br />

from 5:30-9 p.m. at Fairytale Town.<br />

fairytaletown.org/calendar/amidsummer-nights-dreamcrystal-ice-cream-fantasy<br />

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Summer Golf Classic photo by Jamie Wright. Historic Folsom Hometown Parade photo by Bill Sullivan. El Dorado County Fair photo by Suzanne Wright.<br />

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Billy Bob Thornton<br />

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a wide 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 />

Lonestar<br />

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Multiple-award-winning Lonestar’s chart-topping<br />

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followed by “Come Cryin’ to Me” and “Everything’s<br />

Changed.” The band’s quadruple-platinum album Lonely<br />

Grill spawned four No. 1 hits, including the beloved<br />

global smash “Amazed.”<br />

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at-risk youth. After dinner, participants<br />

attended “Wine Down Wednesday”<br />

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Participants at this fourth annual event<br />

visited various venues to sip wine, sample<br />

small bites, shop, and listen to live music.<br />

All proceeds were donated to the Folsom<br />

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whose mission is to support and promote<br />

local businesses, create a fun and safe<br />

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Beermann Plaza<br />

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APRIL 29<br />

This sold-out festival allowed attendees<br />

to enjoy award-winning wine and beer<br />

from Placer County purveyors, peruse<br />

and purchase gifts made by local artisans,<br />

and sample small bites from area<br />

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A sold-out crowd of over 350 guests<br />

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| health & wellness |<br />

Good to<br />

Glow<br />

Summer Skin Care 101<br />


Soaking up the summer sun for hours<br />

can feel amazing. But along with all that<br />

vitamin D comes plenty of concerns,<br />

too—sunburns, sunspots, breakouts, and<br />

clogged pores, to name a few—and the<br />

need for a proper sun protection plan.<br />

We asked skin care experts for ways to<br />

welcome the warmer weather safely. Keep<br />

reading for their top tips to keep your skin<br />

glowing (and protected!) all season long.<br />


Before you hit the sand or salty waves, get your scrub on! Heat, humidity, and sweat can<br />

wreak havoc on your complexion. A gentle exfoliation of your body from head to toe will<br />

remove dead skin cells that can trap oil and clog pores, freshen up your complexion, and<br />

prevent dreaded summer breakouts. Myriam Liberman, owner and esthetician at The<br />

Tiger’s Eye Skincare (tigerseyeskincare.com), suggests using “a gentle daily exfoliant and<br />

alpha hydroxy peel, which can both be used to remove dead skin cells. The Tiger’s Eye<br />

makes an exfoliant that has tiny natural beads and a peel with five natural fruit acids; both<br />

products contain aloe vera to soothe and cool as they work.”<br />


Make sunscreen your BFF all year long! Taking that extra step of<br />

applying a quality SPF seems daunting when you’re gearing<br />

up to head outside, but applying sunscreen before and<br />

during sun exposure is essential to your skin’s health<br />

and protection. “The number one product for all<br />

seasons, but especially summer, is SPF! Proper<br />

protection should be SPF 30 or higher and needs to<br />

be reapplied frequently. Any SPF only protects you<br />

for about two hours; and contrary to belief, you’re<br />

still getting exposure indoors from windows,<br />

overhead lights, and screens. Make sure you<br />

protect your neck, chest, hands, and ears daily,<br />

too. A good full-spectrum sunblock is key! My<br />

favorite is Colorescience. They have liquid<br />

and powder forms with full protection and<br />

reef-safe formulas,” says Christine Carpenter,<br />

lead esthetician and director of retail sales<br />

and education with Destination Aesthetics<br />

(destinationaesthetics.com).<br />

Photo ©gawriloff - stock.adobe.com.<br />

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UP YOUR<br />


Let your skin breathe!<br />

Warmer temperatures<br />

can bring on sweat<br />

and cause your skin to<br />

retain more moisture,<br />

which can lead to<br />

dreaded clogged pores.<br />

Stevenson suggests<br />

“backing off heavy-duty<br />

creams and switching<br />

to lightweight gels and/<br />

or moisturizing serums<br />

that contain hyaluronic<br />

acid or vitamin B5.”<br />

LOAD UP ON<br />


The same health benefits<br />

we get from increasing<br />

vitamin C in our diet can<br />

be found by implementing<br />

them into our skin care<br />

regimen, too. “With more<br />

outdoor activities and<br />

gatherings, antioxidant<br />

protection is high on my<br />

personal summer skin<br />

care list,” says Carpenter.<br />

“They help to protect<br />

against environmental<br />

aggressors (such as smoke<br />

and pollution) that cause<br />

us to age faster. A good<br />

quality vitamin C serum,<br />

like Obagi’s Professional-C<br />

portfolio, is a great way to<br />

enhance your complexion<br />

and protect against free<br />

radical damage.”<br />

Photo ©Vladimir Voronin - stock.adobe.com.<br />


Your skin absorbs every product you put on it, so make sure it’s clean. “While many sunscreens<br />

are backing off [from using] chemical additives, make sure you choose a clean, broad-spectrum<br />

mineral sunscreen,” says Justina Stevenson, BSN, RN, LE, director of operations and an aesthetic<br />

nurse at Entourage MD Skin & Wellness (entouragemd.com). Check labels and pay attention to<br />

ingredient safety policies, such as chemical-free, cruelty-free, and vegan.<br />


Protecting your skin with the proper tools can have long-term, lasting effects. According to<br />

Carpenter, “A summer essential is a good hyaluronic acid serum. This will help balance hydration,<br />

with a lightweight feel that’s perfect for warm summer days. SkinMedicas HA5 contains five<br />

different types of hyaluronic acid, which is the same number our bodies naturally produce, to<br />

perfectly hydrate, plump, reduce fine lines, and keep skin balanced.” Also, reach for water when it’s<br />

hotter! Drinking water hydrates your skin and improves elasticity, helping to prevent signs of aging.<br />

Fill up your reusable water bottle and never let your skin get thirsty this summer.<br />



If you’re currently using<br />

retinol-based skin care<br />

products or are on<br />

a prescribed retinol<br />

medication and plan<br />

to sunbathe, Stevenson<br />

advises you “stop the use<br />

of retinols or any vitamin<br />

A derivatives.” Retinols<br />

and retinoids can make<br />

your skin more sensitive<br />

to the sun, so decrease<br />

their usage if you plan on<br />

spending time exposed or<br />

unprotected from the more<br />

intense summer sun.<br />

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| health & wellness |<br />

Take a Hike<br />

Woods, Winnemucca, and Round Top Lakes Loop<br />



Kirkwood.<br />


4.7-mile loop.<br />


Moderate to hard (depending on snow<br />

conditions).<br />


With the ample amount of snow<br />

last season, this may be a snowshoe<br />

hike—even come summertime.<br />

Check conditions, plan accordingly,<br />

and dress appropriately for the<br />

terrain and weather (layers, proper<br />

footwear, etc.). Most people prefer<br />

to do the loop clockwise. As always,<br />

leave no trace.<br />


From snow-capped mountains to<br />

superblooms, this trail boasts plenty<br />

of beauty and connects to other<br />

trails, too, offering the option to<br />

backpack (a wilderness permit is<br />

required for overnight camping).<br />

Going for a cold plunge in warmer<br />

temps is always enjoyable, too!<br />

FUEL UP:<br />

If you’re heading up on a Saturday<br />

or Sunday, stop by The Market on<br />

Main (@themarketplacerville) for a<br />

breakfast of champions:<br />

biscuits and gravy, a<br />

“Bagel Bar” featuring<br />

locally baked<br />

sourdough bagels<br />

alongside an array of<br />

toppings, hot coffee from<br />

Placerville-based Genesis<br />

Roasters, and more. In<br />

the mood for lunch<br />

food? They also<br />

serve an array of<br />

empanadas, pretzel<br />

bites, a chicken bake,<br />

and more. Cozy up on their<br />

cute patio and toast to small-town<br />

charm and big-hearted hospitality.<br />

For more information, visit<br />

alltrails.com/trail/us/california/woodswinnemucca-and-round-top-lakes.<br />

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2<br />

3<br />

4<br />

5<br />

Photos 1 & 3 by Shelley Faust @photographyfaust. Photos 2 & 4 by @silveredsage. Photo 5 by @travelsinprisa,<br />

The Market on Main top photo by Taylor Gillespie; bottom photo courtesy of The Market on Main.<br />

4 Pros of<br />

Trekking<br />

Poles<br />

➊<br />

Prevent postholing.<br />

During snowmelt<br />

season, trekking poles<br />

can be an effective way<br />

to prevent postholing,<br />

or stepping through the<br />

snow and potentially<br />

scraping your leg, or<br />

worse, twisting your<br />

ankle.<br />

➋<br />

Improve balance and<br />

stability. By having two<br />

extra contact points on<br />

the ground, you can<br />

prevent slipping on icy<br />

terrain and increase<br />

balance on uneven<br />

ground.<br />

➌<br />

Reduce stress you<br />

your knees. When<br />

using trekking poles,<br />

you relieve some of<br />

the stress on your<br />

knees and ankles by<br />

distributing part of that<br />

weight onto your arms.<br />

➍<br />

Increase endurance.<br />

Trekking poles will<br />

relieve stress on your<br />

legs, which will increase<br />

your endurance by<br />

preventing fatigue.<br />

Even more, they may<br />

help your pacing and<br />

bring some speed gains<br />

over long distances.<br />

Do<br />

you have a<br />

favorite trail in the<br />

region you’d like to see<br />

featured? Tell us all<br />

about it at<br />

info@stylemg.com.<br />

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| editor's picks |<br />

Welcome to Paradise<br />


Floral Maxi Wrap Dress, $74.99 at Full of<br />

Chic Boutique, 594 Main Street, Placerville,<br />

530-733-3100, fullofchicboutique.com<br />

Salt & Sea Candle, $21 at<br />

Cedar & Twine, 245 Placerville<br />

Drive, Placerville, 916-280-4622,<br />

cedarandtwineco.com<br />

Handmade Laser-Cut<br />

“Beach Wave” Wooden<br />

Earrings, $20 at Orange<br />

House Wood Studio,<br />

815 Sutter Street, Suite<br />

B, Folsom, 916-900-8635,<br />

orangehousewoodstudio.com<br />

Suit & Tai Slushie,<br />

$13 at Shangri-la,<br />

7960 Winding Way, Fair<br />

Oaks, 916-241-9473,<br />

shangrilafairoaks.com<br />

Tropical Freeze-<br />

Dried Taffy, $11.99<br />

at Sassy Sapphire<br />

Boutique, 4359 Town Center Boulevard,<br />

Suite 110, El Dorado Hills, 916-931-8989,<br />

sassysapphireboutique.com<br />

Catch a Wave Tank Twirl Dress,<br />

$28 at Little Society,<br />

813 Sutter Street, Suite F,<br />

Folsom, shoplittlesociety.com<br />

Eden’s Paradise 30” x<br />

30” by Aurora Aguirre,<br />

$2,700 at Fire & Rain<br />

Gallery, 705 Sutter Street,<br />

Folsom, 916-693-6725,<br />

fireandraingalleries.com<br />

Alba Botanica Colorific<br />

Plumeria Shampoo, $10.75,<br />

and Alba Botanica Colorific<br />

Plumeria Conditioner, $9.95,<br />

at Sunrise Natural Foods, 1950<br />

Douglas Boulevard, Roseville,<br />

916-789-8591; 2160 Grass Valley<br />

Highway, Auburn, 530-888-<br />

8973, sunrisenaturalfoods.net<br />

Calicraft<br />

Brewing Co. Tiki<br />

Time Tropical<br />

Wheat, $10.99<br />

(six-pack) at<br />

Whole Foods<br />

Market, 270<br />

Palladio Parkway,<br />

Folsom, 916-984-<br />

8500; 1001 Galleria<br />

Boulevard,<br />

Roseville,<br />

916-781-5300,<br />

wholefoodsmarket.<br />

com<br />

Daisy Crossover<br />

Vacation Bag, $29<br />

at Daisy Grae,<br />

846 Lincoln Way,<br />

Auburn, 530-401-0875,<br />

daisygrae.com<br />

Aloha Spirit Pono Pineapple Pearl<br />

Spray, $42 at Serenity Spa | Soul<br />

Yoga, 350 Palladio Parkway, Suite 1975,<br />

Folsom, 916-542-7363; 3984 Douglas<br />

Boulevard, Suite 150, Roseville,<br />

916-797-8550, serenityspaonline.com<br />

Brixton Charter Print Woven<br />

Button-Up, $62 at Ambiance, 262<br />

Main Street, Placerville, 530-344-<br />

7087, ambiance-placerville.com<br />

Shangri-la photo by Taylor Gillespie ©stylemediagroup. Other photos courtesy of thier respective<br />

companies or organizations.<br />

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Items subject to availability and prices subject to change.


Dads & Gradsgift guide<br />

— The Oxygen Pillow —<br />

Custom fit in store. Gift certificates available,<br />

for a FREE personalized fit in store.<br />

$189 each, washable cover available<br />

European Sleep Design<br />

6606 Folsom-Auburn Road, Suite 5 | Folsom<br />

916-989-8909 | sleepdesign.com<br />

/ EuropeanSleepDesign | / europeansleepdesign<br />

— Hair Cuts For Every Occasion —<br />

Cutting your hair for 56 years with no plans to retire!<br />

As I like to say, ‘as long as the Lord gives me good<br />

health I'm going to stand behind this chair!’<br />

Randy's Barber-Stylist<br />

119-B Hoxsie Ct. | Folsom | 916-276-8848<br />

By appointment only | Sunday-Friday<br />

—Honor Dad & Grads With Snooks!—<br />

Handmade in Folsom, Snooks Candies and Truffles are<br />

crafted in small batches using only the finest ingredients.<br />

Gift Certificates available online<br />

Snooks Chocolate Factory<br />

731 Sutter Street | Folsom<br />

916-985-0620 | snookscandies.com<br />

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Treat the Dads + Grads in your life to the award-winning<br />

Italian Cuisine at Visconti's Ristorante!<br />

Gift Cards in any Denomination<br />

Visconti's Ristorante<br />

2700 E Bidwell Street, #700 | Folsom | 916-983-5181<br />

viscontisristorante.com<br />

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— 3M Window Tint & Clear Bra —<br />

Hot Looks on the Outside, Cool and Private on the Inside!<br />

Plus Paint Protection!<br />

10% off services/package or $20 off Gift Card<br />

Niemann’s Auto Touch<br />

126 Forni Road/Inside Thompsons CDJR<br />

Placerville | 530-622-5418<br />

niemannsautotouch.com/welovedetailing.com<br />

— Diamond Whiskey Glasses —<br />

The Perfect Gift for Dad! Unique Design,<br />

Dishwasher Safe & Free Shipping.<br />

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Dragon Glassware<br />

www.dragonglassware.com<br />

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— Brighten Your Smile in One Hour —<br />

Safe, Gentle and Effective In-Studio<br />

Teeth Whitening with Immediate Results<br />

Whiten-Up Package $115<br />

Glorious Smile Natural Teeth Whitening<br />

1012 E. Bidwell Street | Folsom<br />

916-220-7700 | www.glorioussmile.com<br />

/ folsomteethwhitening | / folsomteethwhitening<br />

The DOGVDUB<br />

— Cater with Ruffhaus DOGVDUB —<br />

C. Knight’s Steakhouse offers custom catering plus the<br />

DOGVDUB—a vintage Volkswagen Bus converted to a<br />

Mobile hot dog truck, is the perfect way to enhance any<br />

event and will surely impress your guests.<br />

C. Knight's Steakhouse<br />

2085 Vine Street | El Dorado Hills | 916-235-1730<br />

cknightssteakhouse.com/catering<br />

ENTER<br />

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Make your Father’s Day special with a<br />

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One Lucky winner will have the chance to win three (3)<br />

gift cards to predetermined businesses in the Sunrise<br />

MarketPlace District worth $400!<br />

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One thing about California is you<br />

can always count on needing<br />

good sunglasses. As the sun will<br />

shine no matter the season, your<br />

sunglasses need to serve several<br />

purposes; be it health and comfort<br />

or seeing better when driving.<br />

Here's my take on some of the<br />

coolest specs around.<br />

Randolph<br />

The Military<br />

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Randolph is<br />

one of the top<br />

choices of pilots and professional drivers worldwide.<br />

These glasses offer exceptional optics and an iconic<br />

design that first came on the market 50 years ago.<br />

The distinctive and ergonomic “bayonet temple” are<br />

just plain cool and will fit everyone. randolphusa.<br />

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Oakley<br />

It’s hard to go<br />

a day without<br />

seeing someone<br />

wearing a pair of Oakley shades. They’re the choice<br />

of many athletes, and the brand is marketed in a<br />

big way by sport. Featuring attractive frames and<br />

optics, the sleek, lightweight Oakley Whisker<br />

style is one of my favorites and available locally<br />

at the office of Shawn McDonald, OD, in Placerville.<br />

drmcdonald.com<br />

Ray-Ban<br />

You’ve probably<br />

owned a pair or<br />

two of Ray-Ban<br />

sunglasses in<br />

your lifetime, and for good reason—because you<br />

wanted to look cool. The downside of Ray-Bans<br />

is they’re one of the most “knocked off” brands<br />

in the world of sunglasses. My advice? Purchase<br />

from a Ray-Ban dealer and be sure to try on the<br />

Clubmaster Classic—they’ll take you right to<br />

your inner Mad Men, ’60s self. They're sold locally<br />

at Site for Sore Eyes in Folsom, El Dorado Hills, and<br />

Roseville. siteforsoreeyes.com<br />

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they can also help boost selfconfidence—by<br />

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| introducing |<br />

Q & A<br />

WITH<br />

LOCAL<br />


photos by TAYLOR GILLESPIE<br />

Balance Chiropractic<br />

Family Wellness Care<br />


2310 Pleasant Grove Boulevard, Suite 110, Roseville,<br />

916-474-5041, balancefamilychiro.com<br />

@balancefamilychiro @balancefamilychiro95747<br />

Services or products you offer: Pediatric, pre/postnatal, and<br />

family chiropractic care.<br />

What you enjoy most about your profession: Empowering our<br />

community to play an active role in their health.<br />

Fun fact about your company: Our logo is an elephant, which is<br />

a powerful being that thrives in community; this is the foundation<br />

of Balance Chiropractic.<br />

You started your business because: We wanted to create a<br />

healing space for families to grow together.<br />

Customer service is: Valuing every person who enters our practice.<br />

Most memorable experience as an entrepreneur: Witnessing the<br />

construction process of our office from start to finish.<br />

First job: YMCA summer camp leader (Allison); a family-owned<br />

fish market (Evan).<br />

Favorite food: It’s a toss-up between sushi and burritos.<br />

Favorite local restaurant: MoJoe’s Café/Kitchen 747.<br />

Favorite small business: Westpark Yoga & Movement.<br />

When not working, you can be found: Enjoying the outdoors or<br />

exploring our local food scene.<br />

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| introducing |<br />

Jordan Galindo<br />

Photography<br />


El Dorado Hills, 916-926-0055, jordangalindo.com<br />

@jordangalindophoto<br />

Services or products you offer: Timeless lifestyle<br />

photography (families and weddings) that’s light and airy. From<br />

custom framing to luxury albums and digital galleries, I make<br />

the process easy and stress-free, so you have photographs to<br />

treasure as soon as possible!<br />

What you enjoy most about your profession: Meeting new<br />

people weekly, connecting with mamas during their lifechanging<br />

transition into motherhood, and capturing timeless<br />

love and genuine connection—whether it’s an engagement<br />

session or a moment between a daddy and daughter.<br />

Fun fact about your company: I’ve owned my business since<br />

2015, and I incorporate film photography into each session.<br />

Customer service is: My top priority is to create high-quality<br />

heirlooms while serving clients and making the entire process<br />

as enjoyable as possible.<br />

Most memorable experience as an entrepreneur: Witnessing<br />

my clients’ families grow year after year—from photographing<br />

their engagement session and wedding to their children.<br />

First job: Starbucks.<br />

Favorite food: Tacos.<br />

Favorite local restaurant: Milestone.<br />

Favorite small business: Runway Boutique.<br />

When not working, you can be found: Spending time with<br />

my family outside.<br />

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Fringe Wines<br />


Diamond Springs, 530-317-8084, fringewines.com<br />

@fringewines<br />

Services or products you offer: We’re a winery that produces<br />

bottled wine for local retail shops and restaurants. We hope to<br />

have a tasting room at some point, but periodically pour our<br />

wines at Myka Estates in Placerville.<br />

What you enjoy most about your profession: The artistic<br />

expression I’m able to bring to winemaking.<br />

Fun fact about your company: We’re a small family-owned<br />

winery.<br />

You started your business, because: Great wine should be<br />

affordable and fun.<br />

Customer service is: Everything. If we don’t connect with<br />

people, we won’t have a business.<br />

Most memorable experience as an entrepreneur: Designing<br />

my own wine label and seeing the first wine I labeled with it; it’s<br />

when the dream became a reality.<br />

First job: A roofer; I prefer winemaking!<br />

Favorite food: Mexican.<br />

Favorite local restaurant: My kids love Shoestring, and my wife<br />

and I enjoy Allez!<br />

Last big purchase: A mountain bike.<br />

Favorite small business: Solid Ground Brewing.<br />

When not working, you can be found: In the mountains.<br />

You love living here, because: There are so many great<br />

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yard isn’t ready for human occupancy—let<br />

alone hosting—you might miss out on<br />

some of summer’s sweetest memories.<br />

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used to the coolest place to be.<br />

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extension of your living room, dining<br />

room, or kitchen. It has three walls,<br />

with the fourth open to the outdoors.<br />

While most are attached to your home,<br />

a freestanding California room is a<br />

genius way to utilize an under-used spot<br />

within your backyard. Whitney Critchley,<br />

creative director at Terra Outdoor Living<br />

(terraoutdoor.com), tells us to “think of<br />

it as a semi-enclosed porch with all the<br />

inside amenities you love: electricity<br />

for appliances, chargers, entertainment<br />

systems, a cooktop for meal prep, a roof<br />

to shield you from the elements, and<br />

comfortable furniture for lounging.”<br />

HOW: Outfit your California room with<br />

furniture that’s equal parts comfortable<br />

and durable. Shop for weather-friendly<br />

materials that can withstand the<br />

elements and outlast the seasons. “At<br />

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bring the inside out with all weatherfriendly<br />

materials—ideal for lounging,<br />

living, and relaxing,” shares Critchley.<br />

Install an outdoor kitchen for<br />

open-air entertaining.<br />

“Imagine being able to go outside in<br />

the warm weather, invite a bunch of<br />

friends over, and cook up a storm<br />

while everyone comfortably enjoys the<br />

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com). Outdoor kitchens are the<br />

perfect addition for homeowners<br />

who love hosting. They make outdoor<br />

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your backyard—as well as any<br />

existing architecture within<br />

the yard—in mind; otherwise,<br />

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project.” In addition, choose a company/contractor that also<br />

installs for a seamless design and build experience.<br />

A visually stunning water feature is a treat for<br />

the senses.<br />

Cornejo loves adding water features into backyards for<br />

ultimate zen. “A water feature can add a sense of tranquility<br />

and relaxation to your backyard.” In addition to ambiance, it<br />

also adds visual interest and a focal point to your yard and is a<br />

conversation starter when entertaining.<br />

HOW: When choosing one, Cornejo advises homeowners<br />

“consider the maintenance required for each feature and select<br />

one—whether it’s a fountain, birdbath, pond, or waterfall—that<br />

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Prevent mosquitos for comfortable evenings.<br />

As the stars come out on warm summer evenings, so do the<br />

mosquitos. Planting mosquito-repellent plants throughout<br />

your yard ensures you and your guests can enjoy balmy nights<br />

without the swatting. Lavender, rosemary, and peppermint keep<br />

the pests away while filling your yard with aromatics.<br />

HOW: Bell recommends strategically planting mosquito-repellent<br />

plants near all seating areas within your outdoor space. “You’ll be<br />

far more likely to avoid bites throughout the year,” he says.<br />

Plant a bountiful garden.<br />

The colors and fragrance of a summer garden bring life to<br />

backyard spaces. “A well-planned and maintained garden can<br />

add beauty and function to your backyard oasis,” says Cornejo.<br />

“Try incorporating raised garden beds, container gardens, or<br />

even a greenhouse to grow vegetables, herbs, and flowers.”<br />

HOW: Don’t be afraid to get whimsical when designing your<br />

garden! Use a variety of plants and textures to add depth and<br />

interest; play with colors to bring a pop to the yard.<br />

Light up your yard.<br />

“Plan for adequate lighting to make your backyard enjoyable<br />

both day and night,” Cornejo recommends. Twinkling lights<br />

strung through the summer night sky are an affordable<br />

way to illuminate your yard in the evenings, as well as<br />

add ambiance to summer gatherings. If you love toasting<br />

marshmallows, consider a fire pit; they provide lighting and a<br />

hub for family and friends.<br />

HOW: “I recommend researching and selecting high-quality<br />

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lighting. If you like the coziness of a fire pit but not the mess<br />

(or smell) of wood burning, choose an electronic or propanepowered<br />

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Lake Natoma<br />

It’s <strong>June</strong>! Time to evict the spiders living in your<br />

deflated pool toys, dust off your kayak, don your<br />

captain’s hat, and give the boat a power wash.<br />

Before you know it, you’ll be unpacking the car<br />

while sunscreening the kids, leashing the dog,<br />

and inventorying the snacks while simultaneously<br />

surveying the beach and calculating ideal umbrellato-shade<br />

ratios; or maybe just sneaking out of the<br />

house at 5 a.m. to enjoy a quiet swim or paddle.<br />

This summer, why not freshen up your go-to water<br />

destinations or maybe find some cool alternatives?<br />

The good news is you don’t have to hit the same<br />

crowded spot you always go to. You’ve got options!<br />

Geographically, our region may be landlocked, but<br />

there’s more swimming and water-based activities<br />

than you could poke an oar at! We’ve scoured the<br />

area for the best of the best: rivers for whitewater<br />

rafting or lazy floating, lakes for boating and<br />

fishing, public pools for swimming lessons, water<br />

parks to get your splash on, and swimming holes<br />

for (let’s be honest) re-living your youth. Whether<br />

you have tots, teens, or are simply seeking a little<br />

bit of serenity, we’ve got you covered.<br />

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Get your non-motorized water activities on<br />

at Lake Natoma. All of them. From stand-up<br />

paddleboarding and kayaking to sailing or<br />

windsurfing, equipment rentals are readily<br />

available from the Sacramento State Aquatic<br />

Center (sacstateaquaticcenter.com). And if you<br />

have a California fishing license, there’s plenty of<br />

great angling to be had. Some good swimming<br />

spots, too, but do proceed with caution as the<br />

water is quite cold, even in summer. (Yes, even<br />

you, fearless teens.) For families, check out<br />

Photos courtesy of Visit Rancho Cordova.<br />

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If you’re looking for a boat out on Folsom<br />

Lake this summer, check out GetMyBoat<br />

(getmyboat.com) the top boat rental booking<br />

platform in California. It’s like Airbnb, but for<br />

boat rentals and water experiences (and no<br />

weirdos in the basement). Find great rentals,<br />

including jet skis, for $100 or less! And if you<br />

don't have boating experience (or if your<br />

last trip was a three-hour tour that turned<br />

into a long-running TV sitcom) don’t sweat<br />

it: You can book captained charters with<br />

professionals to handle the navigation.<br />

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courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.<br />

Folsom Lake<br />

*Black Miners Bar—a quieter<br />

beach that’s ideal for kiddos,<br />

kayaking, and swimming.<br />

If boating, jet skiing, or swimming<br />

is your aim, head to Folsom Lake<br />

and just pick a beach. Some<br />

are more suitable than others,<br />

so here’s the hit parade in a<br />

nutshell: Granite Bay Beach is<br />

expansive and features a marked<br />

swimming area and lifeguard,<br />

landscaped picnic area, snack<br />

bar with equipment rentals, and a<br />

boat ramp; Oak Beach is located<br />

further down from Granite Beach<br />

and is perfect for kayaking,<br />

swimming, and day picnics;<br />

Beal’s Point offers a shaded<br />

sandy beach, snack bar with<br />

equipment rentals, landscaped<br />

picnic area, campground, and<br />

boat launch; and Brown’s Ravine<br />

is home of the Folsom Lake<br />

Marina (multiple boat launches,<br />

marine provisions, and fueling)<br />

and a small picnic area.<br />


RIVERS<br />

The American River offers a little bit of<br />

something for everyone, and you can take<br />

that to the bank (pun intended). Here are a<br />

few prime spots where you can adventureseek,<br />

chill out, or do a little of both.<br />

If you’re planning a local American River<br />

float trip, try the 6.5-mile, approximately<br />

three-hour journey that starts just under the<br />

Sunrise Avenue Bridge at Sunrise Recreation<br />

Whitewater rafting on the South Fork<br />

of the American River<br />

Cameron Park Lake is a fun hang in the<br />

summer—whether your forte is fishing,<br />

boating, hiking, swimming, paddling, or all<br />

the above. Kick off summer right and enjoy<br />

all that Cameron Park Lake has to offer at<br />

Summer Spectacular on <strong>June</strong> 24—featuring<br />

food trucks, live music, a kids’ zone,<br />

fireworks, and live music beginning at 5<br />

p.m. Visit cameronpark.org for tickets and<br />

more info.<br />

Auburn’s Lake Clementine is one of the<br />

gems of the foothills. Stubborn folks like<br />

yours truly are often skeptical of popular<br />

spots, but Lake Clementine lives up to its<br />

popularity through sheer scenic gorgeousity.<br />

Like the Montagues and the Capulets,<br />

it’s a house (lake) divided: Upper and Lower.<br />

Lower Lake, and technically the “lake” proper,<br />

is calmer and suited for boating, hiking, and<br />

camping. Upper Lake, open seasonally, is a<br />

great summer spot for swimming, kayaking,<br />

and paddleboarding with pristine waters and<br />

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American River Raft Rentals<br />

Kayaking on the American River near Nimbus Flat<br />

Park and goes to River Bend Park in<br />

Rancho Cordova. But don’t go rogue;<br />

rent equipment and life vests from one<br />

of the outfitters, like River Rat (river-rat.<br />

com) or American River Raft Rentals<br />

(raftrentals.com). And don’t forget to<br />

apply (and reapply!) sunscreen and<br />

wear a hat: “Lobster” is not a good<br />

look on anyone except, well, lobsters.<br />

Attention rafters: Your lazy river<br />

floating odyssey begins at the Sunrise<br />

Recreation Area. Both the Upper and<br />

Lower areas are great spots to enjoy<br />

the calm waters; or, if you have a valid<br />

fishing license, you can make some<br />

elbow room for an early morning<br />

fishing trip. It’s also a great spot for a<br />

picnic. Upper Sunrise, near the Fair<br />

Oaks Bridge, includes a boat launch;<br />

Lower Sunrise features trails and<br />

nature walks and links to Sacramento<br />

Bar via Jim Jones Bridge.<br />

Auburn’s American River Confluence<br />

proves that hanging out under bridges<br />

is not just for trolls anymore. (In<br />

summer, it’s a lot cooler in the shade<br />

of the bridge, so maybe trolls were<br />

onto something.) Located under the<br />

Highway 49 bridge, this spot is known<br />

for slow-moving water that’s perfect<br />

for swimming or floating or just staying<br />

put. Arrive early because the car park<br />

fills up quickly. And like any river in the<br />

wilderness, this is a rocky beach, so be<br />

sure to bring appropriate footwear.<br />

Nimbus Flat on the American River<br />

is just a hop and a skip from the<br />

Sacramento State Aquatic Center<br />

and Lake Natoma, which makes<br />

equipment rentals a snap. It’s a great<br />

beach for family-friendly swimming,<br />

stand-up paddling, kayaking, or a<br />

well-placed floatie. Fair warning:<br />

Arrive early to beat the crowds or be<br />

prepared to teach your children about<br />

disappointment.<br />

Ancil Hoffman Park in Carmichael<br />

is right next to the Effie Yeaw Nature<br />

Center and the perfect place to access<br />

the American River if you’re looking<br />

for quiet paddling, a zen-kayaking<br />

moment, or just dangling your feet<br />

in the water and relaxing under the<br />

spreading live oaks. Bring a picnic,<br />

take the dog for a walk, have a nap.<br />

Trade in your scheduled Calm app<br />

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appointment and get an hour or two<br />

of actual, real-life calming vibes here<br />

in Sacramento. (We can’t believe it’s<br />

here either. Maybe don’t tell anyone?)<br />

If you’re an intermediate or advanced<br />

thrill-seeker looking for a guided<br />

whitewater rafting experience, look<br />

no further than Chili Bar on the South<br />

Fork of the American River, where the<br />

water is cold and the action is hot.<br />

Check out local outfitters in Coloma<br />

or Lotus for guides and equipment,<br />

like WET River Trips (raftwet.com),<br />

a company that’s been creating<br />

memorable whitewater adventures<br />

since 1978.<br />

Roseville Aquatics Complex<br />

Craving a cooldown but don’t<br />

own a pool or feel like swimming<br />

around strangers? There’s an app<br />

for that. Slide into paradise with<br />

Swimply (swimply.com), an online<br />

marketplace that allows people<br />

to rent pools (hourly rates in our<br />

region run anywhere from $25 to<br />

$125) from homeowners. Search by<br />

distance, date, price, water type,<br />

and other amenities (hot tub, water<br />

slide, and fire pit, to name a few)—<br />

then dive in.<br />

Plan your Chili Bar whitewater<br />

adventure to end at Henningsen Lotus<br />

Park. Picturesque and perfectly idyllic,<br />

this lovely gem of a spot is a great<br />

area to unwind, a perfect place to<br />

bring families and dogs, and ideal for<br />

fishing, swimming, or kayaking. There’s<br />

even a boat launch if you’re of the<br />

boating persuasion.<br />

Photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.<br />

NO POOL? NO<br />

PROBLEM!<br />

The Steve Miklos Aquatic Center—<br />

Folsom’s premier outdoor swimming<br />

facility that boasts a colorful,<br />

interactive play structure—has summer<br />

season passes available through<br />

September 4: that’s more than 100<br />

days of swimming and exactly the<br />

ticket to beat the wicked summer heat!<br />

Swim laps, learn to swim, or participate<br />

in fun events, classes, and more.<br />

Summer <strong>2023</strong> swim passes for the<br />

Roseville Aquatics Complex (includes<br />

an Olympic-sized competition pool,<br />

zero-depth recreation pool with beach<br />

entry, 150-foot water slide, and a<br />

children's interactive spray ground),<br />

Mike Shellito Indoor Pool (stateof-the-art<br />

facility that includes eight<br />

lanes, a 25-yard pool, and additional<br />

1,500-square-foot warm water pool),<br />

and Johnson Pool (features a small<br />

water slide and picnic area) are<br />

currently available. All three pools have<br />

something for everyone: group lessons<br />

or private lessons, lap swimming,<br />

playtime with the kids, or just a fun<br />

place to beat the heat.<br />

Auburn Recreation District’s Sierra<br />

Pool has summer fun on lock.<br />

Open for public swimming starting<br />

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Johnson Pool<br />

Craving a<br />

cooldown but don’t own<br />

a pool or feel like swimming<br />

around strangers? There’s an app for<br />

that. Slide into paradise with Swimply<br />

(swimply.com), an online marketplace that<br />

allows people to rent pools (hourly rates in<br />

our region run anywhere from $25 to $125)<br />

from homeowners. Search by distance,<br />

date, price, water type, and other<br />

amenities (hot tub, water slide, and<br />

fire pit, to name a few)—<br />

then dive in.<br />

<strong>June</strong> 5 (swim passes are available), they have various public<br />

swim sessions (plus a pool snack shack operated by<br />

Carol’s Market). Save the date for a free family swim<br />

night and outdoor movie on <strong>June</strong> 23.<br />

The CSD Community Pool is the hottest<br />

spot in El Dorado Hills with the coolest<br />

customers. Purchase a summer swim pass<br />

and enjoy amenities like a zero-entry<br />

beach area, wading pool, snack bar, lap<br />

swim (ages 16+), Wi-Fi, lounge chairs<br />

and tables, free use of Coast Guardapproved<br />

life vests, and more.<br />

The Placerville Aquatic Center is your<br />

family-friendly oasis for summer with<br />

recreational swimming, lap swimming, and<br />

a fun swirly slide that kiddos will go crazy for.<br />

Opening <strong>June</strong> 9, they’re gearing up for another<br />

summer of fun.<br />

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splash pad plaza for kids<br />

that’s open from 10 a.m.-7<br />

p.m. weekly from <strong>June</strong><br />

through August.<br />

Cool down your overheated<br />

kids at the Sprayground at<br />

El Dorado Hills’ Promontory<br />

Park, open from 10 a.m.-6<br />

p.m. through Labor Day<br />

weekend.<br />

Nisenan Park in Folsom has<br />

an impressive splash pad<br />

just begging for your kids<br />

to get their splash on! Open<br />

from 7 a.m. until one hour<br />

after sunset.<br />

There are three splash<br />

pads in Rocklin located<br />

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Lund Park, and Johnson-<br />

Springview Park, each<br />

Nisenan Park<br />

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Kathy Lund Park<br />

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Wake Island Waterpark<br />

operating daily from 10 a.m.-8 p.m.<br />

through October 15. Maybe this<br />

summer we’ll invent the “splash pad<br />

crawl”?<br />

As of press time, the beloved<br />

interactive fountain at the Fountains<br />

at Roseville was undergoing<br />

maintenance; keep an eye on their<br />

website and social media channels<br />

for updates. In the meantime, you<br />

can get into the groove with the<br />

dancing fountain or take a ride on<br />

the train!<br />


(WATER) PARK<br />

Wake Island Waterpark<br />

(wakeislandwaterpark.com) in<br />

Roseville is so big that it would get<br />

an air guitar and a “whoa!” from<br />

Bill and Ted themselves. Boasting<br />

a jaw-dropping 80 acres and<br />

self-proclaimed to be the largest<br />

water park on the West Coast,<br />

Wake Island has everything from<br />

wide sandy beaches and cabana<br />

rentals to cable (aka, boatless)<br />

wakeboarding, a floating obstacle<br />

course, ziplining, stand-up paddle<br />

boards, a ninja racecourse, and<br />

even human hamster wheels.<br />

(Have we explored hooking this<br />

place up to the power grid? Just a<br />

thought.) Most of the action goes<br />

through September 5; visit their<br />

website for more info, passes, and<br />

memberships.<br />

Roseville’s Golfland-SunSplash<br />

(golfland.com/roseville) is where<br />

adults go to feel like kids again,<br />

and where kids go to show adults<br />

what youthful energy really looks<br />

like. Whether you’re zooming down<br />

the Zoomerang, ripping through<br />

the Riptide, shooting down the Six<br />

Chuter, hanging ten in the Thunder<br />

Bay Wavepool, or getting lost in<br />

floatie relaxation in the Bermuda<br />

Triangle, there’s truly something for<br />

everyone in this watery paradise.<br />

And if thrills and adventure aren’t<br />

your bag, there’s always hot dogs,<br />

pizza, and “Iceberg Shakes”; oh,<br />

and don’t forget all the great<br />

“landlubber” activities like mini golf,<br />

laser tag, and bumper cars!<br />

Top photo courtesy of Wake Island Waterpark. Bottom photo © Georgii - stock.adobe.com.<br />

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WATER<br />


1<br />

Designate a Water Watcher<br />

No matter how advanced you think your<br />

child is at swimming, they must always be<br />

supervised when in and around the water.<br />

2<br />

Know CPR<br />

CPR is a procedure that everyone should<br />

know how to do. You never know when<br />

administering CPR could help to save a life.<br />

3<br />

Install Pool Fences & Barriers<br />

If you have a pool, installing fences or<br />

other barriers around the pool is highly<br />

recommended, especially if there are<br />

children near the area.<br />

4<br />

Limit the Use of Floaties & Water<br />

Wings When Swimming<br />

Throughout the “learn to swim” phase,<br />

we highly recommend that parents get in<br />

the water with their children during any<br />

non-swim lesson time in the pool. This<br />

is important, because it allows children<br />

to learn to swim independently, without<br />

the use of any flotation devices. These<br />

devices create a false sense of security<br />

and cause children to become dependent<br />

on swimming with them. If a child falls or<br />

jumps in a pool, it is important that they<br />

know how to float and/or put their face in<br />

the water, without the aid of a flotation<br />

device, and swim to the side of the pool.<br />

5<br />

Enroll Your Child in Swim Lessons<br />

The earlier a child enrolls in swim<br />

lessons, the better. Swim lessons at an<br />

early age teach children water safety<br />

and water awareness skills. These skills<br />

instill respect for the water and help<br />

develop confidence. Students enrolled<br />

in year-round swim lessons will achieve<br />

developmental, physical, and social<br />

benefits, as well as learn a life skill that<br />

ensures a lifetime of safe, fun swimming.<br />

—Tips courtesy of Steve Wallen<br />

Swim School, wallenswim.com<br />

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NOT-SO-<br />

SECRET<br />


HOLES<br />

Word to the wise: Many swimming<br />

holes in hidden, out-of-the-way<br />

places are on private property, so<br />

ensure you do your due diligence<br />

and, as the TLC song goes: “Don’t<br />

go climbing over fences to go<br />

chasing waterfalls.” But Auburn<br />

has a couple of legitimate<br />

bangers, as the kids would say,<br />

that are worth a visit.<br />

Hidden Falls may be small,<br />

but size isn’t everything when a<br />

quick cooldown is all you need<br />

in the dog days of summer; plus,<br />

it’s a mercifully easy hike. The<br />

gorgeous waterfalls along the<br />

way will lead you to the pool on<br />

Coon Creek. Note that parking<br />

reservations are required on<br />

weekends.<br />

Clarks Hole is a gorgeous deep<br />

swimming hole on the North Fork<br />

of the American River, upriver of<br />

the confluence. Fun fact: At the<br />

turn of the century, before it was a<br />

swimming hole, it was a municipal<br />

swimming pool run by the city of<br />

Auburn!<br />

Clarks Hole<br />

Hidden Falls<br />

* California State<br />

Parks continues to<br />

work with the local<br />

community and<br />

stakeholders to<br />

change the place<br />

name of the dayuse<br />

area, identified<br />

as Black Miners Bar,<br />

within Folsom Lake<br />

State Recreation<br />

Area. It is hoped<br />

by State Parks’<br />

staff to present a<br />

recommendation<br />

for decision<br />

as soon as<br />

possible. Share<br />

your thoughts,<br />

comments, and<br />

suggestions<br />

at parks.<br />

ca.gov/?page_<br />

id=29152.<br />

Clarks Hole photo by @adventure_is_dre. Hidden Falls photo cby Erik Bergen, Placer County.<br />

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P L A C E R<br />

wine & ale trail<br />

—summer <strong>2023</strong>—




Being an entrepreneur isn't easy, but it's the small businesses<br />

that make our community, and local economy, thrive. The<br />

people and places featured in the pages that follow are<br />

committed to serving others and each have their own unique<br />

story of small business success.<br />

Claudia Cummings<br />

Cummings Properties<br />

1625 Creekside Dr., #201 | Folsom<br />

916-984-7025 | wcc@cummingsprops.com<br />

This most recent gift from Claudia will help Folsom<br />

History move into a new era. Folsom History’s new<br />

mission is to Inspire an innovative future together<br />

by connecting Folsom to its inventive roots. Her gift<br />

will allow us to better serve the growing community<br />

of Folsom. With her support we have launched<br />

another fundraising campaign that we are calling<br />

Folsom Forward. We are looking to make significant<br />

improvements to Pioneer Village, Folsom History<br />

Museum, and start the interior exhibit design work of<br />

Chinese Heritage Museum.<br />

Specifically, her gift will help support the construction<br />

of a 1000 square foot expansion on to Folsom History<br />

Museum. The Claudia Cummings Community Pavilion<br />

will serve as museum classroom space for local school<br />

children and be used as much needed programming<br />

space for the general public on evening and weekends.<br />

It will also be available for community gatherings and<br />

event rentals<br />

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Dave Gorman, Owner/Founder<br />

NúBody Modern Weight Management<br />

2355 Gold Meadow Way, Suite 145 | Gold River<br />

916-631-1920 | nubodyteam.com<br />

Dave is a weight loss coach with over 10 years of experience<br />

helping clients achieve their health and wellness goals. He is a<br />

certified personal trainer, nutritionist, and wellness coach, and has<br />

worked with clients of all ages and fitness levels.<br />

His passion for health and wellness began at a young age, when<br />

he discovered the transformative power of exercise and a healthy<br />

diet. He went on to earn accreditations in nutrition and exercise<br />

science, and has since dedicated his career to helping others<br />

achieve their weight loss and fitness goals.<br />

Dave's approach to weight loss via the NuBody system, is based<br />

on a holistic understanding of the body and mind. He believes<br />

that true weight loss success is not just about counting calories<br />

or hitting the gym, but about developing a healthy mindset and<br />

lifestyle that supports long-term success.<br />

At Nubody, Dave works with clients to create personalized plans<br />

that address their unique needs and goals. He helps clients<br />

develop healthy habits, such as mindful eating, regular exercise,<br />

and stress management, that support sustainable weight loss<br />

and overall wellness. His coaching style is supportive and<br />

motivational, and he is committed to helping his clients overcome<br />

any obstacles or challenges they may face along the way. He<br />

believes that weight loss should be a positive and empowering<br />

experience, and strives to create a supportive and encouraging<br />

environment for all of his clients.<br />

Dave is also a dedicated educator, and regularly hosts workshops<br />

and seminars on topics such as nutrition, exercise, and stress<br />

management. The belief is that education is a key component of<br />

weight loss success, and he works hard to empower his clients<br />

with the knowledge and tools they need to make positive changes<br />

in their lives. Overall, Dave is a highly skilled and passionate<br />

weight loss coach who is committed to helping his clients achieve<br />

their health and wellness goals. With his expertise, support, and<br />

guidance, clients can feel confident in their ability to achieve<br />

sustainable weight loss and live a happier, healthier life.<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 />

At a relatively young age, I<br />

developed gut problems and<br />

autoimmune symptoms, and<br />

I didn't get relief or answers<br />

from my many visits to Doctors.<br />

And this is where I started my<br />

journey of learning how to help<br />

the body correct and heal itself.<br />

After getting my degree<br />

and resolving my gut and<br />

autoimmune issues, I started<br />

my practice to help others with<br />

their gut health using nutrition<br />

and functional medicine.<br />

Through the past 25 years, my<br />

practice has focused on helping<br />

people with autoimmune<br />

issues, anxiety, depression,<br />

weight loss, and hormone<br />

balancing, using a root cause<br />

approach. Our medical massage<br />

therapist and acupuncturist<br />

have served our community for<br />

many years.<br />

Poor Red's Bar-B-Q<br />

6221 Pleasant Valley Road | El Dorado | 530-622-2901<br />

poorreds.com | PoorRedsOfficial | poorreds<br />

Located in the small town of El Dorado, the iconic Poor Red’s Bar-<br />

B-Q is a destination in and of itself. Best known as the birthplace of<br />

the Gold Cadillac and its award-winning BBQ, Poor Red’s patron’s<br />

travel from near and far to enjoy our World Famous Gold Cadillacs<br />

and award-winning Bloody Marys.<br />

Chef Dean Hiatt continues to build his menu from locally sourced<br />

ingredients and high-quality meats. He and his team prepare mouthwatering<br />

BBQ ribs, pork sandwiches and chicken to satisfy bbq<br />

cravings. Serving tender, flavorful and delicious Filet, New York and<br />

Ribeye steak specials on the weekends have become a staple for the<br />

region. And, don't miss our fish specials on the weekends.<br />

Join us for Happy Hour W-F from 3-6PM and Wine & Whiskey<br />

Wednesdays for half off wines by the glass and discounts on select<br />

whiskeys!<br />

Seasons Law, P.C.<br />

2270 Douglas Blvd., #120 | Roseville<br />

916-786-7515 | seasonslaw.com<br />

Bayshore Painters, Inc.<br />

3841 Quest Court #12 | Shingle Springs | 530-676-3274<br />

bayshorepaints.com | @paintingwithcustomerservice<br />

Seasons Law P.C. is a woman owned, local business focused<br />

on providing quality estate planning, trust administration and<br />

probate legal services to the community. We are compassionate<br />

listeners and tailor our services to meet the unique needs of<br />

each client. From preparing simple wills, to designing special<br />

needs trusts, to aligning business interests with an existing<br />

estate plan, we strive to be the legal partner you choose to meet<br />

life’s inevitable changes. With 30+ years combined experience,<br />

attorneys Tracy Poston Shows, Alyssa L. Bolan and Jessica<br />

Mochrie Magnani hope to be your law firm for life’s seasons.<br />

Since 1995, Bayshore Painters, Inc. has provided custom painting<br />

services in both commercial and residential application. We<br />

specialize in painting, cabinet refinishing, fence and deck staining,<br />

minor dry rot repair, wallpaper removal, natural wood restoration,<br />

steel structure coating and much more. We are more than just<br />

your average painting company!<br />

It is our goal to continually offer painting services that are<br />

unmatched by the rest. After all, it is our service, attention<br />

to detail and affordability that keeps our customers calling us<br />

back for their next painting project. Call us today about your<br />

painting project!<br />

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Denise Bogard, M.D., FAARFM, 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 field. From an<br />

RN to a nurse anesthetist to an anesthesiologist, she spent<br />

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

to critical care, trauma, obstetrics, lots of on call hours and<br />

sleepless nights. As she entered her 50's she found her own<br />

health starting to decline and sought out a healthy aging<br />

physician. After experiencing the benefits she sought out<br />

the fellowship of regenerative and healthy aging through<br />

the 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" and<br />

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

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

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

practice utilizes bioidentical hormone replacement,<br />

thyroid and adrenal optimization, GI healing, peptide<br />

therapy, ozone therapy, PRP hair therapy, as well as body<br />

contouring and weight management.<br />

Judy Gillespie, Owner<br />

Sunrise Natural Foods<br />

1950 Douglas Blvd. | Roseville<br />

916-789-8591<br />

2160 Grass Valley Hwy. | Auburn<br />

530-888-8973<br />

www.sunrisenaturalfoods.net<br />

Since opening their doors in 1990 Sunrise<br />

Natural Foods has been owned and<br />

operated by Judy Gillespie, a charismatic<br />

woman passionate about the overall health<br />

and well being of her community.<br />

The mission behind Sunrise Natural<br />

Foods is to provide the community<br />

with friendly, knowledgeable, and<br />

personalized service for those seeking to<br />

better their health naturally.<br />

Sunrise Natural Foods provides only the<br />

highest quality products, ensuring the<br />

best with every purchase and has one of<br />

the largest selections of supplements,<br />

vitamins, and probiotics. Sunrise Natural<br />

Foods is also well known for the large<br />

selection of organic produce, bulk foods,<br />

and specialty grocery items.<br />

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Myriam<br />

Liberman<br />

100% Organic Clay Exfoliation<br />

The founder and proprietor of The Tiger’s Eye, Myriam Liberman, is an experienced and credentialed<br />

esthetician with a traditional degree from a beauty college. However, in 1992, she met a Native American<br />

aesthetician and started on a new path of skin care and treatment. The Indian aesthetician used a special<br />

clay to perform a natural exfoliation that prevents any spreading of bacteria while removing dead cells<br />

and promoting the growth of new skin cells. No chemical Peels or Machines are used during facials.<br />

Over the last several decades, she has also developed a line of natural skin care products that<br />

complement the Natural Clay Facials and help keep all types of skin healthy and glowing.<br />


Treat your skin to an all-natural facial today!<br />

All Natural Facial<br />

ONLY $90<br />

Full Body Treatment<br />

ONLY $175<br />

First time clients only. Exp: 6/30/23 First time clients only. Exp: 6/30/23<br />

Regular price is $120 Regular price is $220<br />

916-988-4973<br />


8016 Folsom-Auburn Rd, Folsom<br />

Call Us Today!<br />

Locally owned and<br />

operated since 2001.<br />

As an Ameriprise private wealth advisory<br />

practice, we have the qualifications and<br />

experience to help navigate your complex<br />

financial needs. Whether it’s investment<br />

management, tax strategies, legacy planning,<br />

or financial divorce planning, we can work with<br />

you to grow and preserve what you’ve worked<br />

so hard to achieve.<br />

Call us today and discover the<br />

personal service you deserve.<br />

Trinity Wealth Advisors<br />

A private wealth advisory practice of<br />

Ameriprise Financial Services, LLC<br />

1130 Iron Point Rd, Suite 150<br />

Folsom, CA 95630<br />

916.351.0000<br />

trinitywealthadvisors@ampf.com<br />

ameripriseadvisors.com/team/<br />

trinity-wealth-advisors<br />

You’ve worked hard to achieve success.<br />

You deserve financial advisors who<br />

work as hard for you.<br />

Not FDIC or NCUA Insured | No Financial Institution Guarantee | May Lose Value<br />

The Compass is a trademark of Ameriprise Financial, Inc.<br />

Ameriprise Financial, Inc. does not offer tax or legal advice.<br />

Consult with a tax advisor or attorney.<br />

Ameriprise Financial Services, LLC. Member FINRA and SIPC.<br />

© 2022 Ameriprise Financial, Inc. All rights reserved.<br />

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Jarunee Fleming<br />

Thai Paradise<br />

2770 E. Bidwell St., #100 | Folsom<br />

916-984-8988 | ThaiParadiseFolsom.com<br />

Jarunee came from<br />

Thailand with just the<br />

clothes on her back. She<br />

came from a family of<br />

top chefs in Bangkok's<br />

best restaurants and<br />

was able to parlay her<br />

expertise in cooking Thai<br />

Cuisine into two very<br />

successful restaurants.<br />

Her Folsom restaurant<br />

celebrated it’s 15 year<br />

anniversary recently<br />

and was voted “Best<br />

Thai Restaurant” for the<br />

past 14 years. Jarunee’s<br />

experience, hard work<br />

and managerial skills<br />

building a team to assist<br />

her, plus her family and<br />

personal recipes make<br />

Thai Paradise in Folsom<br />

and El Dorado Hills the<br />

places to go. Jarunee<br />

says, “I make my food to<br />

make people happy.”<br />

Rainbow Bridge Jewelers<br />

721 Sutter St. | Folsom<br />

916-985-7618 | rainbowbridgejewelers.com<br />

Rainbow Bridge Jewelers<br />

showcases a wide variety<br />

of unusual jewelry with an<br />

emphasis on art from the<br />

whimsical to the powerful.<br />

We offer an alternative to<br />

the traditional jewelry store<br />

with an intriguing selection of<br />

stones and materials opening<br />

endless possibilities for bold<br />

looks at reasonable prices.<br />

From the inimitable works<br />

of Jim Kelly, the fanciful,<br />

delicate designs by Holly<br />

Yashi, the empowering<br />

gypsy jewelry by Tabra,<br />

to the sparkling detail of<br />

Firefly, all of which get you<br />

compliments whenever you<br />

need them.<br />

Jim Kelly with his wife and<br />

fellow artist, Dorothy Cormack<br />

are celebrating the 45th year<br />

of Rainbow Bridge Jewelers.<br />

Come join us on Sutter Street<br />

in Historic Folsom.<br />

Artur Henke, M.D.<br />

Placer Dermatology<br />

9285 Sierra College Blvd. | Roseville<br />

916-784-3376 (DERM) | placerdermatology.com<br />

Placer Dermatology and Skin Care Center is a unique<br />

medical practice that has been serving our community for<br />

15 years. Dr. Artur Henke, a board-certified dermatologist<br />

specializing in skin cancer and surgery, founded the practice<br />

in 2008 with his wife, who is also from Poland.<br />

Dr. Henke's expertise in dermatology is rooted in his<br />

education and training at UC Davis. He studied there<br />

and completed both his medical school and residency,<br />

honing his skills and developing his passion for providing<br />

exceptional care to patients.<br />

Beyond providing exceptional care for all skin needs, Dr.<br />

Henke and his wife have been active members of the<br />

community. They have continued to enrich our community<br />

with music, festivals, fundraising, and other events that<br />

bring people together.<br />

As empty nesters, they remain active in the community,<br />

volunteering their time and resources to support local<br />

causes and organizations. They are also proud pet parents<br />

to two dogs and enjoy spending time outdoors.<br />

Placer Dermatology is more than just a medical practice;<br />

it's a part of our community. When you choose Placer<br />

Dermatology for your skin care needs, you are not just<br />

receiving expert care but also supporting a business that<br />

cares about our community.<br />

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Steve Wallen<br />

Steve Wallen Swim School<br />

El Dorado Hills | 1230 Glenhaven Ct., #100 | 916-939-7075<br />

Roseville | 10608 Industrial Ave, #150 | 916-794-7977<br />

www.wallenswim.com<br />

For more than 40 years, SWSS has been teaching swim<br />

lessons and water safety for infants, kids, and adults<br />

of all skill levels. This family-owned and operated swim<br />

school started modestly in Steve Wallen’s backyard pool<br />

in Folsom where they taught for over 20 years. In 2008,<br />

Steve and his son Kaleb, who was just graduating as a<br />

student athlete in swimming from UC Davis, decided<br />

to go into business together and open an indoor, yearround<br />

swim school in El Dorado Hills. This investment<br />

in the business would allow them to meet demands and<br />

offer year-round swim instruction to their students.<br />

Their expansion was an instant success due to their hard<br />

work and amazing reputation in the area. In 2018, they<br />

decided to further expand their business and open a<br />

second location in Roseville. As part of this growth, they<br />

brought on one of their longtime swim instructors, Mel<br />

Amatulli, as a third partner to help grow the business and<br />

further their mission of teaching the life skill of swimming<br />

in the community. Together this team has grown this<br />

once backyard business into one of the most popular and<br />

respected swim schools in the area, teaching over 50,000<br />

students to swim, including generations of families in the<br />

Sacramento area. As Mr. Steve would say, “Never, never,<br />

never give up!”<br />

Arnaz Financial, Inc.<br />

John Arnaz, Mortgage Broker<br />

888 Farley Ct. | Folsom<br />

916-496-1919 | www.arnazfinancial.com<br />

CA DRE: #01314400, NMLS #350241, NMLS #1803704, DRE #02077955<br />

Smart financial planning encompasses several diverse areas.<br />

For many, buying a home is often the largest financial<br />

investment they will ever make, and one that can make a<br />

huge difference in their long-term financial goals. Things like<br />

tax benefits, equity and monthly cash flow are all a part of<br />

achieving those goals.<br />

That's why it's vital to obtain the best possible terms on a new<br />

home purchase or home refinance. At Arnaz Financial, Inc.,<br />

we are committed to helping with just that. We are a local<br />

independent mortgage broker providing the best combination<br />

of wholesale mortgage rates and customer service.<br />

Brokers have access to a variety of loan options big and small<br />

for the best interest rate, monthly payment amounts, and loan<br />

products.<br />

When buying a home or refinancing an existing home, we work<br />

with the other professionals involved such as escrow officers,<br />

realtors, appraisers, and others to act as your liaison keeping<br />

the process smooth and as efficient as possible.<br />

But don’t take our word for it…head to our website to check<br />

out client testimonials. We look forward to working with you!<br />

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John Patricio MBA PMP<br />

Patricio Systems LLC<br />

John Patricio MBA PMP<br />

Patricio Systems LLC<br />

5170 Golden Foothill Parkway | El Dorado Hills<br />

916-941-6791 | patricio-systems.com<br />

5170 Golden Foothill Parkway<br />

El Dorado Hills, CA 95762<br />

916-941-6791 |patricio-systems.com<br />

Government Certifications<br />

• SDVOSB #6EN08<br />

• DBE #41052<br />

• DBVE/SB(Micro) #1612340<br />

Based out of El Dorado Hills, Patricio Systems LLC was founded<br />

in 2011 by John Patricio PMP MBA, a service-disabled United<br />

States Marine Corps veteran. John served in the infantry during<br />

the Desert Storm ground offensive, liberation of Kuwait.<br />

Patricio Systems LLC is a certified small (micro) business offering<br />

Project Management (PM) services and consulting. We also offer<br />

Information Technology (IT) solutions, support, and staffing. Our<br />

unique Just-In-Time process efficiently brings on and releases PM<br />

and IT resources per our client’s demands. Our past performance<br />

includes various state and local government agencies. Our next<br />

target market is the US Federal Government.<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 Hawkins<br />

feels blessed to be<br />

a part of the rich<br />

cultural community<br />

of Folsom. Now in its<br />

35th year, the studio<br />

offers all styles of<br />

Dance as well as<br />

Acting and Voice.<br />

Summer camps and<br />

intensives for all<br />

ages in all disciplines<br />

are 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<br />

the joy of the<br />

performing arts to<br />

her students for<br />

personal growth, or<br />

to lead to a career in<br />

dance and theatre.<br />

Dr. Ken Sumida<br />

Nuance Cosmetic Surgery<br />

1641 Creekside Dr., Ste. 100 | Folsom<br />

916-984-4242 | nuancecs.com<br />

Dr. Ken Sumida and the staff at Nuance Cosmetic<br />

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eyelid lifts, breast enhancements and tummy tucks,<br />

Dysport, restylane, and chemical peels. If you’re not<br />

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complimentary cosmetic consultations allowing patients<br />

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As a trusted real estate agent in the Auburn<br />

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Chamber of Commerce Ambassador of the year<br />

2022. I am passionate about giving back to the<br />

community and making a positive impact on the<br />

lives of others. I am a role model for young people<br />

and enjoy volunteering for local events. My<br />

favorite piece of furniture is the Charles & Ray<br />

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Our motto is there is no problem we can’t solve. Working harder for you together, we use our creative<br />

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Julian Perrigo-Jimenez<br />

Julian’s Pâtisserie and Café<br />

Bailey Hall<br />

Julian’s Pastry Nouveau<br />

6610 Folsom Auburn Rd. | Folsom | 916-936-4735<br />

1490 Eureka Rd. Suite 170 | Roseville | 916-474-5475<br />

julianscafe.com<br />

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Julian’s Pâtisserie and Café has recently opened up<br />

our second location in Roseville called Pastry Nouveau<br />

and is ran by Co-Owner Bailey Hall. Chef Julian has<br />

been a pastry chef his entire adult life and has had the<br />

opportunity to work on cruise ships as well as in some<br />

of the top hotels in Las Vegas. In 2016 he returned to<br />

his hometown of Folsom to pursue his lifelong dream<br />

of opening his own shop! In Folsom we serve freshly<br />

made sweet and savory Crepes, European style<br />

breakfast pastries, sandwiches, specialty coffees, and<br />

desserts. We make everything with extra attention<br />

to detail and love into every bite. All our doughs<br />

are made with imported butter and baked fresh just<br />

minutes before we open our doors every day. Join us<br />

daily in Folsom and Tues-Sun in Roseville. Whether<br />

you are looking for breakfast, lunch, a quick snack<br />

and a coffee, or weekend brunch we are here for you.<br />

Check out our newly opened Roseville shop with<br />

plenty of seating to relax and enjoy a coffee and a<br />

delicious pastry. We look forward to having you join<br />

us at both locations and thank you in advance!<br />

Visconti Family<br />

Visconti's Ristorante<br />


18 YEARS IN A ROW!<br />

2700 East Bidwell St., Ste. 700 | Folsom<br />

916-983-5181 | viscontisristorante.com<br />

Visconti’s is a family owned full service restaurant<br />

in Folsom where we do our best to make you<br />

feel at home each time you come to visit. Our<br />

recipes come from past generations of our family<br />

in Southern Italy, from the regions of Calabria<br />

and Sicily. We are proud to use only the freshest<br />

ingredients, imported meat, cheese and wine.<br />

When you dine with our family you feel at home<br />

where the flavors are savory, the atmosphere is<br />

filled with love, and the ambiance is old world<br />

traditional Italian life.<br />

If you are wondering where to eat, we welcome<br />

parties of any size no matter what the occasion!<br />

We are a family friendly restaurant that is a perfect<br />

place to celebrate anniversaries, weddings, and<br />

birthdays. We can also host business meetings and<br />

private parties. Open Tuesday through Saturday<br />

for lunch and dinner, and Sundays for dinner only.<br />

We are so proud of our rich traditions and history<br />

and that pride goes into every dish we serve.<br />

Please vote Visconti’s Restaurant Folsom’s Favorite<br />

Italian Restaurant for 19 years in a row!<br />

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Arnold Almonte, D.O.<br />

Almonte Center for Facial Cosmetic Surgery<br />

1420 Blue Oaks Blvd., Suite 100 | Roseville<br />

916-771-2062 | www.DrAlmonte.com<br />

Dr. Arnold Almonte is a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon whose<br />

practice is dedicated to cosmetic surgery of the face. It is his<br />

goal to provide the highest quality in patient care, with a strong<br />

emphasis on patient safety. He is a gifted and compassionate<br />

surgeon, as well as a true artist. What sets him apart is that he<br />

is one of the only plastic surgeons who performs facial surgery<br />

completely under local anesthesia. This significantly reduces the<br />

risk of cosmetic surgery, while still keeping you very comfortable.<br />

The Almonte Center offers a wide variety of facial cosmetic<br />

procedures including the A-Lift (Dr. Almonte's signature lower<br />

face and neck lift), Eyelid Surgery, Brow Lifts, Fat Transfers<br />

and Renuvion Neck Tightening. The most popular non-surgical<br />

treatments include Botox and Filler to the Cheeks, Under Eyes,<br />

and Lips.<br />

Dr. Almonte is a member of the following prestigious<br />

organizations: the American Osteopathic Association, the American<br />

College of Osteopathic Surgeons, the American Academy of Cosmetic<br />

Surgery, the Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons of California,<br />

and the Greater Sacramento Osteopathic Medical Association. His<br />

business affiliations include the Placer Business Network, the<br />

Better Business Bureau, and the Roseville Chamber of Commerce. He<br />

has achieved Top Doctor status on www.realself.com, the World's<br />

#1 site for Cosmetic Surgery reviews.<br />

In his spare time Dr. Almonte enjoys spending time with his<br />

wife and three daughters. His interests include running, hiking,<br />

traveling, cooking, playing the piano, and watching professional<br />

sports. His favorite team is the 49ers.<br />

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The Shingle Springs Health & Wellness<br />

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for the entire family including behavioral<br />

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At Nuance Cosmetic Surgery Medical<br />

Center, we offer complete services in plastic,<br />

reconstructive and cosmetic surgery. Our<br />

surgery center is AAAAF certified.<br />

Our medical director, Dr. Kenneth Sumida,<br />

is board certified by the American Board<br />

of Plastic Surgery, and is honored to have<br />

consistently been voted one of the Best<br />

Plastic Surgeons and one of the Best Doctors<br />

for Cosmetic Procedures in the region!<br />

Nuance Cosmetic Surgery<br />

1641 Creekside Drive, Suite # 100<br />

Folsom<br />

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Mimi Nassif is known for her impeccable<br />

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At Mexquite Mexican Cuisine & Tequila<br />

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our signature margaritas and delicious food.<br />

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25095 Blue Ravine Rd., Folsom<br />

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Here at Little Folks University we believe that<br />

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is an opportunity for children to learn and<br />

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Folsom<br />

916-985-7055<br />

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LDP is a second home for our dancers and<br />

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Leonardi Real Estate—a boutique<br />

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Voted #1 Best Real Estate Agent/Team<br />

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Since we started Barkers Pet Care our<br />

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our customer's pets like they're own. And that<br />

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them. We routinely walk, play and train your<br />

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Folsom<br />

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Dr. Kasi Franck and Dr. Marwa Alkordy and<br />

the staff at Franck Family Dental provide<br />

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Couples therapy can help solve existing<br />

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C. Knight's brings a classic approach to<br />

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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 />

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Open for lunch and dinner, and<br />

happy hour 3-5 pm daily.<br />

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2085 Vine Street, Suite 101<br />

El Dorado Hills<br />

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

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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 />

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Folsom | 916-932-4234<br />

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Folsom’s premium indoor cycling experience<br />

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Dr. Almonte is a face specialist, and artist<br />

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sense of well-being, confidence, and beauty<br />

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with world class facial plastic surgery.<br />

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1420 Blue Oaks Blvd. Ste 100<br />

Roseville<br />

916-771-2062<br />

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Dr. Gregory G. Olsen practices a full scope<br />

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We are a licensed, insured & bonded<br />

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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 />


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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 />



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<br />

Pediatric Dentist and is the sole practitioner<br />

at Dimples PD. She graduated from<br />

Columbia University and completed an<br />

additional two years training in Pediatric<br />

Dentistry at Boston University. Our goal is<br />

to provide your children with excellent oral<br />

health care through their infant, child and<br />

adolescent 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 />

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DRINK<br />

Dick’s Carpet One Floor & Home is your<br />

locally owned and operated flooring store.<br />

We are your neighbor who work and live in<br />

your community. That means we understand<br />

the local trends and climate and can best<br />

serve your flooring needs. Expect integrity,<br />

the best personal service, value, and<br />

warranties.<br />

Thank you for voting us one of the Best Floor<br />

Covering Stores in the region!<br />

Dick's Carpet One<br />

6516 Commerce Way<br />

Diamond Springs<br />

530-642-4200<br />

dickscarpetone.com<br />

Nestled in the heart of Placerville’s<br />

picturesque Pleasant Valley region, where<br />

the oaks meet the pines, Miraflores is<br />

proud to serve an incredible array of estate<br />

grown wines sure to please any palate. Our<br />

stunning Mediterranean style tasting room,<br />

surrounded by our peaceful vineyards, is sure<br />

to carry your cares away.<br />

Thank you for voting us one of the Best<br />

Wineries in the region!<br />

Miraflores Winery<br />

2120 Four Springs Trail<br />

Placerville<br />

530-647-8505<br />

mirafloreswinery.com<br />



We love our clients and would love the<br />

opportunity to work with you!<br />

Made 4 More sells homes faster and for<br />

more money.<br />

We are the most Google reviewed team in<br />

the Sacramento Region.<br />

Made 4 More has been voted 2x the best<br />

real estate team in Roseville.<br />

DRE#01982171<br />

Made 4 More - Living In Sacramento<br />

915 Highland Pointe Dr. Ste. 250<br />

Roseville<br />

916-659-5747<br />

made4moreliving.com<br />

Crack’d Toffee is a small batch<br />

confection made and crack’d by hand<br />

locally. Our toffees come in six varietals,<br />

including vegan, and we are excited to<br />

feature our newest treat, Crack’d Toffee<br />

Popcorn! Look for us and order online or<br />

in local retailers.<br />

Crack'd Toffee Company<br />

916-8-CRACKD<br />

crackdtoffee.com<br />

/crackdtoffee<br />

/crackdtoffeecompany<br />



From the beginning stages of the interior<br />

design process, Lauren Jacobsen can<br />

already visualize the end result and<br />

masterfully communicates this with her<br />

clients. Her love for architectural elements<br />

and details, coupled with her transitional<br />

sensibilities equate to a fresh twist on<br />

classic design that perfectly suits the<br />

Greater Sacramento Area and beyond.<br />

Lauren Jacobsen Interiors<br />

916-833-1254<br />

laurenjacobseninteriors.com<br />

/laurenjacobseninteriors<br />

/laurenjacobseninteriors<br />

Spavia Blue Oaks is all about providing our<br />

guests with the exceptional experience<br />

they deserve. Select treatments that best<br />

suit your needs and desires. Then begin<br />

your visit with provided robe, spa sandals,<br />

and warm aromatherapy neck pillow in<br />

our peaceful retreat. Our therapists and<br />

estheticians care about your well-being<br />

and provide each spa treatment in the most<br />

personalized, professional manner possible.<br />

Spavia Day Spa<br />

6688 Lonetree Blvd. Ste 500<br />

Rocklin<br />

916-975-2100<br />

spaviablueoaks.com<br />

FOOD / DRINK<br />


At Visconti’s Ristorante, we are honored to<br />

cook for you as we cook for our own family.<br />

Classic Italian music plays as we greet you<br />

nightly, serving you famous Italian cuisine<br />

dishes, like Mama’s famous cannolis. We’ve<br />

been cooking Italian recipes from Calabria<br />

and Sicily for nearly 30 years, and we’re<br />

grateful to have been voted the best Italian<br />

restaurant in the Folsom/El Dorado Hills<br />

region by the readers of <strong>Style</strong> <strong>Magazine</strong>.<br />

Visconti’s Ristorante<br />

2700 E Bidwell St., Ste. 700<br />

Folsom | 916- 983-5181<br />

/ ViscontisRistoranteCA<br />

/viscontisristorante<br />

Located on Main Street in Placerville, Sacred<br />

Roots offers premiere cannabis brands in a<br />

beautiful showroom! Our knowledgeable<br />

staff is ready to help you with all your<br />

recreational cannabis needs. Come visit us<br />

on the first Friday of every month for huge<br />

savings! Senior and Veteran discounts<br />

every day!<br />

Thank you for voting us one of the Best<br />

Cannabis Dispenseries in the region!<br />

Sacred Roots<br />

651 Main Street<br />

Placerville<br />

530-344-7394<br />

SacredRoots.wm.store<br />

#C10-0000836-LIC<br />


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| eat & drink | Dining Out<br />

Tao’s<br />

HotPot &<br />

Shabu<br />


At first bite,<br />

there was<br />

something<br />

special about<br />

Tao's HotPot<br />

& Shabu.<br />

Perhaps it was learning<br />

that the owner, Taobo<br />

He, is only 29 years old<br />

and inspired to share his<br />

passion for his homeland's<br />

food in Chongqing—<br />

renowned across China<br />

and the world as being<br />

the mecca of hot pot.<br />

Or maybe it was simply<br />

his attention to detail,<br />

the pristine display of<br />

fresh ingredients, and<br />

the fun of choosing your<br />

own culinary adventure.<br />

Whatever it was, Taobo's<br />

“jump and the parachute<br />

will appear” attitude<br />

invigorates each dish with<br />

a vigor, a hunger, if you<br />

will, that adds a palatable<br />

spice of life.<br />

For those new to hot<br />

pot, think of it as Asian<br />

fondue where the cheese<br />

is swapped for a delicious<br />

broth, which is left at a<br />

boil for the duration of<br />

the meal. You then select<br />

from a variety of raw<br />

ingredients—ranging<br />

from thinly sliced meats<br />

to vegetables, tofu, and<br />

noodles—and cook each<br />

in the cauldron. When the<br />

meal ends, you turn off<br />

the burner and enjoy the<br />

broth that has absorbed<br />

all the flavors. Trust me:<br />

It’s a fun, hands-on dining<br />

experience, and Tao's<br />

brings an authenticity that<br />

our region will appreciate.<br />

Only Tao's has a few<br />

twists from the typical<br />

adventure: Each diner has<br />

an individual hot pot, so<br />

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Sesame Balls<br />

Fried Chicken Wings<br />

there's no need to sacrifice your<br />

favorite broth. They also offer<br />

an all-you-can-eat option that<br />

comes inclusive of everything on<br />

the menu (except drinks and the<br />

lobster tail), including appetizers<br />

like sesame balls, pot stickers, and<br />

even fried chicken wings.<br />

I chose the spicy beef broth, the<br />

signature flavor of Chongqing, with<br />

Australian lamb, American Kobestyle<br />

beef, shrimp balls, fish cakes,<br />

and pork belly, plus noodles (both<br />

soba and ramen). Each hot pot<br />

also comes with a side of veggies<br />

(mushrooms, leafy greens, Chinese<br />

carrots), plus tofu and a quail egg,<br />

510 Natoma Station Drive,<br />

Suite 100, Folsom,<br />

916-510-1745, taoshotpot.com<br />

@taoshotpot<br />

HOURS: 11 a.m.-3 p.m., 5-10 p.m. (Friday-<br />

Sunday); 5-9 p.m. (Monday, Wednesday,<br />

Thursday); closed Tuesday<br />

TRY THIS: Fried Chicken Wings, Sesame<br />

Balls, Takoyaki, Spicy Beef Broth, Mushroom<br />

Broth, Australian Lamb, Kobe Beef, Pork<br />

Belly, Shrimp Balls, Lobster Tail<br />

DRINKS: Beer, wine, & sake<br />

TAB: $$$<br />

HEADS-UP: All-you-can eat includes<br />

everything on the menu except drinks and<br />

lobster tail; vegetarian and gluten-free<br />

options; reservations accepted; online<br />

ordering; happy hour Monday, Wednesday,<br />

and Thursday from 5-9 p.m. includes free<br />

soft drinks and 50% off alcohol; kids under 6<br />

eat free, ages 6-12 are half price<br />

“<br />

It’s a fun, hands-on<br />

dining experience,<br />

and Tao's brings<br />

an authenticity<br />

that our region will<br />

appreciate.<br />

”<br />

quaintly served in a ceramic mug.<br />

For drinks? A locally brewed IPA<br />

from Device and plum and green teainfused<br />

sake served cold. If you're a sake<br />

fan, don't miss this unique offering, which<br />

would also make a nice dessert drink.<br />

While everything we ate was of<br />

exceptional quality, there were a few<br />

items that seemed a little extra<br />

inspired, including the shrimp balls—<br />

made fresh from whole shrimp.<br />

The owner's recipe for a Japaneseinspired<br />

shoyu sauce—which he<br />

developed at home while trying to<br />

find a perfect sauce for his meals—<br />

was vibrant and unique, with hints of<br />

wasabi and Thai chili. The Australian<br />

lamb was also incredibly tasty, especially<br />

when combined with said shoyu.<br />

The food was fantastic, and the<br />

experience was unlike anything you’ll<br />

find anywhere else, including other hot<br />

pot restaurants. If you’re craving a fun and<br />

delicious meal, try it out. Your tummy will<br />

thank you.<br />

Fried Tofu<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 />

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| eat & drink |<br />

Foodie Find<br />

MORE<br />


DELIS<br />

— by BELLA NOLEN<br />

Whether you need a<br />

quick pick-me-up for<br />

lunch or an easy dinner<br />

solution, we rounded up<br />

five deli-cious spots that<br />

are sure to satisfy.<br />

<br />

Better Foods Deli<br />

900 Douglas Boulevard,<br />

Roseville,<br />

916-782-2841<br />

MUST-TRY: Antipasto<br />

Sandwich<br />

Pacific Coast Pasta Co.<br />

Photo by Taylor Gillespie<br />

5003 Windplay Drive, Pacific Coast Pasta Co. began as a food truck rolling through<br />

Suite 1, El Dorado Hills, Amador and El Dorado counties and now has a permanent home<br />

916-260-6560, in El Dorado Hills. The Italian-style deli has a menu to satisfy all<br />

pacificcoastpasta.com<br />

lunchtime appetites—from salads and build-your-own sandwiches<br />

to gourmet sandwiches and pasta. Naturally, I tried a little bit of everything,<br />

starting with the Salami Sandwich—stacked high on my choice of bread (marble<br />

rye, of course!) and loaded with crisp veggies and cheese. My husband opted<br />

for the Slow-Smoked Tri Tip Sandwich, which had saucy meat on fresh-baked<br />

bread plus sautéed peppers and onions. My eyes lit up when I read “pasta bar,”<br />

so I decided to build my own with Cheese Tortellini & Pesto, which was cooked<br />

perfectly and topped with an ample amount of scratch-made pesto. We eagerly<br />

dug into our sandwiches and then split the pasta, making for an extremely filling,<br />

and mouthwatering, midday meal. But we weren’t done yet! I’m not one to pass<br />

up dessert, especially Italian dessert, so I tried the Sicilian Cannoli. The<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 />

combination of crisp pastry shell and velvety filling plus chocolate chips<br />

was the best way to end our meal. Although we took our food to go, they<br />

offer plenty of seating (if you snag a spot by the mural, you may just<br />

think you’re in Venice), plus pre-packaged pasta dinners and sweet<br />

treats available for purchase. Be sure to stop by on weekdays or catch<br />

their food truck around town on weekends.<br />


Gularte’s Pizza & Deli<br />

670 Pleasant Valley Road,<br />

Diamond Springs, 530-626-<br />

0550<br />

MUST-TRY: Summer Medley<br />

Pizza<br />

North Fork Deli<br />

886 Lincoln Way, Auburn, 530-<br />

537-2182, northforkdeli.com<br />

MUST-TRY: Italian Hero<br />

<br />

Dominick’s Italian<br />

Market & Deli<br />

8621 Folsom-Auburn Road,<br />

Granite Bay, 916-786-3355,<br />

dominicksmarketdeli.com<br />

MUST-TRY: Stromboli<br />

The Pastrami Shop<br />

3101 Sunset Boulevard, Suite<br />

4C, Rocklin, 916-824-1224,<br />

thepastramishopco.com<br />

MUST-TRY: Pastrami Reuben<br />

Better Foods Deli photo courtesy of Better Foods Deli. Dominick's Italian Market & Deli photo by Local Menu Guy.<br />

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FRENCH<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 />

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 />

La Provence Restaurant<br />

& Terrace<br />

110 Diamond Creek Place<br />

Roseville<br />

916-789-2002<br />

laprovenceroseville.com<br />


PIZZA<br />

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 />

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 />

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 />


| eat & drink |<br />

Flores Munchies<br />

Urban Desserts<br />

THE<br />

Hot<br />

LIST<br />

Stay Cool<br />

10 Must-Try Summer Treats<br />


Need a break from the sweltering<br />

summer heat? We’ve got you covered<br />

with the “coolest,” most delicious<br />

desserts and drinks. Read on for 10<br />

refreshing recommendations.<br />

Junni K-<strong>Style</strong> Desserts<br />

The Chocolate Architect<br />

Every Day is “Sundae”<br />

Is there anything more classically<br />

summer than a good old-fashioned<br />

ice cream sundae? Retreat from the<br />

heat and treat yourself at Urban<br />

Desserts in Gold River. Locals<br />

love this locale for its tailor-made<br />

Banana Split. Ready for your mouth<br />

to water? It comes with three<br />

heaping scoops of your favorite<br />

fro-yo flavors, one sauce or syrup,<br />

crunchy nuts, whip cream, a sliced<br />

banana, and (of course) cherries<br />

on top. Can’t do dairy or sugar? No<br />

worries. Urban Desserts<br />

also has a full list of<br />

non-dairy and no-sugaradded<br />

yogurt options,<br />

so everyone can get in<br />

on this decadent delight.<br />

2095 Golden Centre Lane,<br />

Gold River, 916-619-2095,<br />

urbandesserts916.com<br />

Fruity & Frozen<br />

If you’re craving<br />

something colorfully<br />

different with a dash<br />

of savory, you might<br />

just be a lover of Flores<br />

Munchies. Flores is known<br />

for putting an innovative,<br />

Mexican-inspired twist<br />

on summer-approved<br />

snacks. A prime example<br />

is their Chamoy Lover<br />

drink. Get ready because<br />

this hot-day beverage<br />

has it all. First, you start<br />

with a 20-ounce cup<br />

rimmed and slathered<br />

in tamarindo chamoy<br />

dip; on the inside, you<br />

get your choice of fruit<br />

freezes, including musttry<br />

tropical flavors like<br />

guava and pineapple.<br />

And on top? Fruit bathed<br />

in zingy Tajín alongside<br />

your choice of gummy<br />

candy. It’s a feast for the<br />

eyes…and the palate. 6827<br />

Lonetree Boulevard, Suite<br />

106, Rocklin, 916-872-1286,<br />

floresmunchies.com<br />

I Scream for Ice Cream<br />

Sandwiches<br />

The only thing we like better<br />

than milk and cookies is ice<br />

cream with cookies. The<br />

team over at The Chocolate<br />

Architect in Folsom couldn’t<br />

agree more. Year-round, you<br />

can enjoy their Chocolate<br />

Silk Ice Cream Sandwich—<br />

an all-ages dessert featuring<br />

rich vanilla ice cream<br />

and mini chocolate chips<br />

pressed between two large<br />

chocolate chip cookies. But<br />

that’s not all. They then dip<br />

the sandwiches in extrasmooth<br />

"Chocolate Silk"<br />

(pick from milk, dark, glacier<br />

mint, or salted caramel)<br />

and roll them in toasted<br />

almonds, mint chocolate,<br />

caramel bits, or crushed<br />

Oreos. Grab a box for your<br />

next pool party, and thank<br />

us later. 250 Palladio Parkway,<br />

Suite 1335, Folsom, 916-966-<br />

9006, chocsilk.com<br />

A Korean Cool-Down<br />

If you’re unable to go<br />

abroad this summer, fret<br />

not. The folks at Junni<br />

K-<strong>Style</strong> Desserts will take<br />

your taste buds on an Asian<br />

adventure (passport not<br />

required) with their Korean<br />

dishes and frozen treats.<br />

We’re currently crushing on<br />

the Oreo Bingsoo, aka, Oreo<br />

snowball. Every bingsoo<br />

starts with creamy shaved<br />

ice, but this one gets the<br />

chocolate treatment with<br />

heaps of crumbled Oreo<br />

cookies, soft serve, and<br />

chocolate syrup. They also<br />

have red bean and fruit<br />

options if you’re looking for<br />

something lighter. Enjoy<br />

your snow bowl indoors<br />

while you listen to K-pop<br />

and watch the crew make<br />

fresh taiyaki (warm, fishshaped<br />

cakes with sweet<br />

fillings) at the counter. 711<br />

East Bidwell Street, Suite<br />

10, Folsom, 916-693-6937,<br />

junnidesserts.com<br />

“Shake” off the<br />

Summer<br />

Fill your seasonal need<br />

for nostalgia with a trip<br />

to Taylors in Loomis. This<br />

old-school burger shack<br />

features finger-licking<br />

burgers and tasty fries, but<br />

what makes it the perfect<br />

spot to cool off are the<br />

milkshakes. And Taylors<br />

doesn’t mess around. They<br />

have over 350 flavors to<br />

choose from. Hankering<br />

for a tangerine dream?<br />

Try the Dory, a delicious<br />

swirl of vanilla ice cream,<br />

tangerine, passion fruit,<br />

and blue raspberry. Or<br />

perhaps you’re in a meaty<br />

mood. Order the Maple<br />

Bacon shake with vanilla<br />

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Taylors Poor Red's Bar-B-Que Tokyo Cream<br />

ice cream, maple flavoring,<br />

and actual bacon crumbles.<br />

Whatever your craving,<br />

be it banana bread, apple<br />

cider, avocado, and almond<br />

butter, or watermelon<br />

and white mocha, they’ve<br />

thought of it—and put it<br />

into a handspun cup of<br />

goodness. 3636 Taylor<br />

Road, Loomis, 916-652-8255,<br />

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Grab a Gold<br />

& Cold One<br />

Do you prefer your desserts<br />

spiked? Run, don’t walk, to<br />

Poor Red’s Bar-B-Que and<br />

belly up to the bar for their<br />

trademark Gold Cadillac.<br />

Poor Red’s invented this<br />

classic cocktail back in 1952<br />

for a newly engaged couple<br />

that stopped by the bar.<br />

The pair named the drink<br />

after their golden Cadillac<br />

parked outside, but the drink<br />

also has a yellowish hue,<br />

thanks to a healthy pour of<br />

Galliano liqueur. If you’ve<br />

never sipped on Galliano, it’s<br />

an herby, vanilla-flavored<br />

liqueur with a dash of anise<br />

and nutmeg. Blended up<br />

with crushed ice, cream, and<br />

luscious crème de cacao, it’s<br />

the perfect end-of-day (or<br />

anytime!) drink. 6221 Pleasant<br />

Valley Road, El Dorado, 530-<br />

622-2901, poorreds.com<br />

You Had Me at Ube<br />

What’s ube, you ask?<br />

Pronounced “ooo-bay,” it’s<br />

a nutrient-rich purple yam<br />

with a mild, sweet, coconutty<br />

flavor that’s often boiled,<br />

mashed, and incorporated<br />

into desserts. Native to<br />

Southeast Asia, it’s finally<br />

made its way stateside and<br />

is currently all the craze—like<br />

in the Purple Rain offering<br />

at Tokyo Cream—one of<br />

Roseville’s hippest dessert<br />

destinations. Vibrantly violet,<br />

it features ube-flavored soft<br />

serve (made using highquality<br />

Hokkaido milk that<br />

results in a creamier, richer,<br />

and fluffier fro-yo), swirls<br />

of ube syrup, and melt-inyour-mouth<br />

milk cubes.<br />

Striking a perfect balance<br />

between sweet and nutty,<br />

it’s a textural delight worth<br />

indulging in. 1906 Taylor<br />

Road, Suite 10, Roseville, 916-<br />

918-1121, tokyocreamusa.com<br />

Swimming in<br />

Sauvignon<br />

It wouldn’t be a California<br />

summer without a thirstquenching<br />

Wine Slushie.<br />

For this refreshing libation,<br />

head to Sierra Vista<br />

Vineyards & Winery.<br />

This pioneer of foothills<br />

vineyards isn’t afraid to turn<br />

one of their award-winning<br />

wines into a season-winning<br />

blended cooler. So, what<br />

separates this wine slushie<br />

from the crowd? Sierra<br />

Vista’s sauvignon blanc.<br />

This white is the ultimate<br />

summertime wine, thanks<br />

to its crisp, light, and bright<br />

mouthfeel. With every<br />

sip of slushie, you’ll enjoy<br />

aromas of citrus, herbs,<br />

and even a hint of ocean<br />

breeze. Slushie in hand, sit<br />

back, relax, and soak in the<br />

hillside views. 4560 Cabernet<br />

Way, Placerville, 530-622-<br />

7221, sierravistawinery.com<br />

Mango Margarita<br />

Madness<br />

Wish you were on a white<br />

sand beach in Mexico?<br />

Feed your fantasy with<br />

a happy hour hangout<br />

at Lola’s Tequila Bar &<br />

Cocina. Lola’s is always<br />

a “yes” in our book, but<br />

especially when the<br />

temperatures are high,<br />

and all you want are good<br />

vibes and good drinks. Our<br />

recommendation? Order<br />

your group a round of their<br />

Mango y Chammizy—a<br />

margarita that’s all things<br />

beachy, tropical, and<br />

fun. Cool down with their<br />

ice-blended mango mix<br />

and Cazadores tequila<br />

reposado, all covered<br />

in a generous drizzle of<br />

chamoy and Tajín for a<br />

kick. Before you know<br />

it, you’ll feel like you’re<br />

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Açaí Over A/C<br />

Who said a chilly treat<br />

for summer can’t be<br />

healthy? Not the folks<br />

at The Healthy Habit.<br />

There, you can start your<br />

morning right with the<br />

yummy Dragon Fruit<br />

Bowl. This unique pick<br />

blends together ice-cold<br />

dragon fruit (aka, pitaya),<br />

pineapples, bananas,<br />

coconut oil, and coconut<br />

water. Of course, no açaí<br />

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the toppings. Load up<br />

on granola, pineapple<br />

chunks, coconut shreds,<br />

chia seeds, and honey.<br />

On top of making your<br />

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supporting local growers;<br />

The Healthy Habit uses<br />

only organic and locally<br />

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highest quality. 799 Lincoln<br />

Way, Auburn, 530-823-6422,<br />

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Land Ocean New American Grill<br />

2720 East Bidwell St., 916-983-7000. New American. Land<br />

Ocean offers distinctive menus that include hand-cut<br />

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4079 Cameron Park Dr., Cameron Park, 530-677-5205. Pizza/<br />

American. This family-owned and operated eatery crafts<br />

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Celebrating our 16th year in business,<br />

Heyday Café has been voted Best<br />

Overall Restaurant, Best Salad Place,<br />

Best Casual Restaurant, and Best<br />

Wine Bar! Heyday Café presents fresh<br />

California cuisine with international<br />

influences. Lunch and dinner served<br />

Tue-Sat. Pouring over 40 wines!<br />

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Placerville<br />

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Best Italian Restaurant in El Dorado<br />

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3450 Palmer Dr., Suite 1<br />

Cameron Park<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 />

We offer a fine dining experience<br />

both in our Historic Cellar featuring<br />

the original mahogany bar from the<br />

1800s, restored to its original beauty,<br />

and on our elegant patio.<br />

Smith Flat House<br />

Cellar and Grill<br />

2021 Smith Flat Road, Placerville<br />

530-621-1003<br />

smithflathouse.com<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 />

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THAI<br />

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 />

made confections in Historic Folsom.<br />

Thank you Folsom for your support.<br />

Come Visit Us or Shop Online!<br />

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731 Sutter Street, Historic Folsom<br />

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in Folsom and El Dorado Hills for the<br />

past 14 years and “#1 BEST TAKE-OUT”<br />

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authentic, healthy & delicious Thai<br />

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happy. Easy Online Ordering on our<br />

websites for Take-Out and Delivery.<br />

Thai Paradise<br />

Folsom 916-984-8988<br />

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Sophisticated eatery with a warm<br />

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delectable variety of appetizers,<br />

salads, original main dishes and<br />

tasty desserts. Happy Hour daily<br />

and weekend Brunch.<br />

Sienna Modern American<br />

1480 Eureka Rd. | Roseville<br />

1006 White Rock Rd., Ste. 200 | EDH<br />

916-771-4700 (RSVL) | 916-941-9694 (EDH)<br />

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