Saturday, October 18, it looks like Folsom will have something for everyone:
The day starts off with the 2nd annual Folsom Blues Breakout Half Marathon at 8am. This prison/Johnny Cash-themed event is expected to draw over 3000 participants to run the 13.1 mile course, starting at the new Johnny Cash over-crossing, around Lake Natoma and ending at the Historic District. There’s a post-race festival featuring live music, beer, vendors and a free shuttle to the prison for photo ops. More info: www.folsomblueshalf.org
The Folsom Food Truck Safari returns for another night of food, and family-friendly fun Wednesday, October 15 from 5pm to 8pm, in the parking lot in front of the Folsom City Zoo.
If you went to the first one, you know it was a blast. If you missed out , here’s your chance tojoin in on an evening of food, music and fun.
Bounce house, face-painting and a balloon artist for the kids, live music by the Soul Shakers, and some of the best food trucks in the Sacramento region.
In addition, the Folsom Library and the Gallery at 48 Natoma will be open until 8 and the zoo til 7.
The Folsom Food Truck Safari is presented by the City of Folsom, Sactomofo, Farmer’s Insurance agent Brett Weshner, Realtor Steve Heard and MyFolsom.com.