art walk

Alan Gray, a 14-year resident of Folsom writes about all kinds of things happening in and around Folsom.

Watch out for strolling pirates as you walk down Sutter Street this evening, on the Second Saturday Artwalk. They may want you to walk the plank!

Stop by the stage in the Powerhouse parking lot and pick up a pirate scavenger hunt list, beginning at 5 pm. Turn in your completed scavenger hunt to the main stage booth by 8 pm and get a free prize plus enter a drawing to win $100 gift certificate to your favorite Historic Folsom restaurant.

The drawing takes place at 8:15 pm.

Features

Powerhouse Pub, 614 Sutter Street – Superlicious at 10 pm, $10 cover.
Folsom Hotel, 703 Sutter Street – Rolling Heads, $2 cover.
Sutter Street Theatre, 727 Sutter Street – Opening night of “Dial M for Murder.” Thematic for the month of Halloween, this mystery is one of the most popular in its genre. Remember the Alfred Hitchcock version? It was named 9th best mystery film of all time by the American Film Institute. Call 353-1001 for tickets.

Food Tasting

Procissi Wine Gallery, 627 Sutter Street – Buy one tasting, get one free. Wine maker Wayne Procissi pouring.

Victoria Chocolatier, 713 Sutter Street – Come Celebrate Halloween with famous Gunther’s Ice-Cream, locally made since 1940. Incredibly smooth and creamy Pumpkin ice-cream cup for just $2!

The Cellar Wine and Cheese Bar, 727 Sutter Street – Talk like a pirate when you order and get 10% off your bill. $2 off any beer on the menu.

Snook’s Chocolate Factory, 731 Sutter Street – Complimentary caramel apple tasting with new crop California Granny Smith Apples.

Art

Sutter Street Steakhouse, 604 Sutter Street –
Folsom Live Guitar Art on display. 21 acoustic and electric guitars created by local artists.
Procissi’s Wine Gallery, 627 Sutter Street –
Featuring artists Phyllis Wild and Howard Stover.

Pizzeria Classico, 702 Sutter Street – Featuring original artwork by Rick Litteral

American Visions, 718 Sutter Street – Steve Memering’s artwork. Wine Tasting with Nibbles, Miraflores and Perry Creek Wines.

Rainbow Bridge Jewelers, 721 Sutter Street – New artistic jewelry collection by Jim Kelly.

Sutter Street Theatre, 727 Sutter Street – Sutter Street Theatre Art Academy display of student work. Painting demonstrations by students. Art on display until 7:45. Opening night of performance, “Dial M for Murder.” For tickets call, 353-1001.

The Black Rooster, 807 Sutter Street – Showcasing natural watercolor art from Gayle Anita of Raven Hill Studio.

The Shack, 813 Sutter Street – Leona Thomas showcasing handmade jewelry.

Gem N I Jewelry Gallery, 815 Sutter Street – Sculpture art by Debbie Isin on display.

Specialty Shops

Sutter Street Boutique, 611 Sutter Street- Clothing Swap from 6pm – 8pm. Bring your lightly used or unworn clothing and accessories by 6pm to 611 Sutter Street. Stay for some wine, appetizers, and mingling while we set up the merchandise and then be prepared to grab some great things from the other swappers. The event is $10. The wine, food, and clothes are free. All Sutter Street Boutique items are 10% off for the event and there are two special racks full of items on sale for $1 each!! Learn more and RSVP at www.sutterstreetboutique.com.

The Bag Lady, 303 Riley Street- October is breast cancer awareness month. Operation Pink Purse. Buy a pink purse and use throughout October. The Bag Lady donates $3 for every pink purse purchased to breast cancer awareness.

Mélange, 307 Riley Street- Costume party mélange discount for those in costume. Appetizers and drink refreshments.

Folsom Mercantile Exchange, 724 Sutter Street- Big sales throughout store! Come in and pick up unique gifts at reasonable prices for the holidays.

Grapes and Ivy, 729 Sutter Street- Moonlight mixer and bad blood potion. One of a kind, handmade, custom witch hats on display.

Dorothea’s, 801 Sutter Street -Jim Shore Heartwood Creek Halloween collection on display. Jim Shore creates artful and innovative elements to mak each design special.

The Shack, 813 Sutter Street – Free gift to everyone who comes in the store.
The Shack specializes in music, movies and video games. Most items are only $1.


Walk the Plank at art walk