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Gallery 2110 looks at ‘Stages’

In October Gallery 2110 presents the exhibition “Stages,” works by GayLynn Ribeira and Anne Bradley. Ribeira explains her project for this show best, saying, “Inspiration for this show came as I pondered the many different stages of a woman’s life from the innocence of childhood, to the wisdom of maturity,” she said. “I started to […]

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Thomas Kinkade’s brother comes to Folsom

American Visions Art Gallery announces that Patrick Kinkade will make a rare, two-day personal appearance on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 13 & 14, at 705 Sutter St. in historic Folsom. Both days will include presentations by Patrick at 1:30 p.m. He will share personal photos and stories about his brother, and he will talk about […]

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Two ways out can save your life

CAMINO — “Knowing two ways out of every room in your home may save your life during a house fire. It’s not just knowing two ways out of your home, typically that is easy, but do you have two ways out of every room in your home and can you safely use each exit?” Unit Chief […]

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DFG to hold archery clinic for teens, youth

The California Department of Fish and Game will host a fall archery clinic for young people who want to learn an outdoor skill and enjoy spending time outdoors. Shooting Pumpkins: Youth Archery Clinic is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 27, from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the El Dorado Hills Bowmen Archery Club. The class […]

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Folsom Symphony season opens with unfinished symphony

Many composers leave unfinished works, but none is more shrouded in mystery than Franz Schubert’s Symphony No. 8, to be performed at the Folsom Symphony’s season opener Oct. 20. Most unfinished symphonies are cut short when their composers die, but that isn’t the case with Schubert. He wrote a ninth symphony after leaving his eighth […]

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The best of Europe’s devotees pay homage to the gypsy jazz master Django

Django Reinhardt introduced a passionate style of Gypsy Jazz guitar that was astonishing in the 1930s and is still revered today. In The Footsteps Of Django brings together the best of the new Gypsy Jazz masters of Europe: Lulo Reinhardt, a third generation master, whose Latin Swing Project combines gypsy jazz with Latin rhythms; Les Doigts de […]

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This is the ’60s … 50 years later

The 1960s was an exciting, innovative decade in the history of popular music. Through a creative blending of live music performance, film, dance, lighting, computer-generated imagery and high-concept stage design, “This Is The ’60s” offers an evening’s immersion into the pop culture of the 1960s. Utilizing everything from TV commercials, retro dance numbers, vintage fashions […]

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