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192012 - Owl Be Your Valentine
Owl Be Your Valentine
Saturday, Feb. 13 and Sunday, Feb. 14
10 a.m.-1 p.m.
Come make a special Valentine for your favorite zoo animal. We provide the materials, and you provide the creativity!
Fee: Regular Zoo Admission
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271060 - Mayor's Bike Ride
9th annual Folsom Ride with the Mayor
Thursday, May 12, 2016
Join Mayor Steve Miklos and local cyclists for a free, non-competitive ride to celebrate the regional May is Bike Month event.
Meet at 7:30 a.m. at Karenís Bakery and Cafť, 705 Gold Lake Drive (in Historic Folsom) for free coffee/pastries
Cyclists depart at 8:30 a.m. and ride approx. 30 miles to finish at the State Capitol grounds and join in the Capitol Bike Fest.
Along the route, Folsomís group of cyclists will converge with riders/elected officials from Rancho Cordova.
The group stops at Discovery Park in Sacramento to join other cyclists from around the region for a free catered lunch provided by the May is Bike Month organization.
After lunch, they ride the last few miles to the State Capitol grounds and festival.
After the festival, riders may rejoin the group to ride back to Folsom or hop aboard light rail (free tickets for participants).
The Folsom Ride with the Mayor event is free, but you must pre-register to attend!
Questions about the event can be directed to Jim Konopka, firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional resources/info for riders can be found at www.MayIsBikeMonth.com -- cyclists are encouraged to register and log the miles they ride in May to contribute to the overall regional mileage total.
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271065 - Backyard Composting & Grasscyc
Backyard Composting & Grasscycling
With Marie McKeeth, City of Folsom Senior Environmental Specialist Attendees will learn the techniques and benefits of creating compost from their own garden waste as well as how to recycle lawn clippings using a method called grasscycling. Backyard composting and grasscycling are effective methods for returning essential nutrients back to your landscape while keeping this waste from going into the landfill. At the conclusion of the presentation, attendees may purchase a discounted compost bin for $30 (check only ? made out to City of Folsom) or receive a rebate offer for $25 toward the purchase of a grasscycling (mulching) lawnmower. Registration is limited to Folsom residents only.
No registration fee required but must pre-register.
Lew Howard Park
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