Did you see our recent article about the Activity & Preschool Expo in the Folsom Telegraph? It was in the Wed Jan 20th issue on page A3Read More
The date is set and exhibitor registration is now open for the 10th annual Children’s Activity and Preschool Expo. It will be held Sunday, January 24, 2016. The Expo, which is free to attend and open to the public, is jam packed with representatives from local area (Folsom / El Dorado Hills and surrounding communities) preschools and businesses specializing in children’s activities who are ready to inform visitors about their programs. It’s one stop shopping for all your tot to big kid scholastic needs.
For more information about this event or to register your business as an exhibitor, visit here.
Join our Facebook event to help spread the word about this fun event to your friends!
The October issue of The Crier is now available.
We are gearing up for participation in the annual Twin Lakes Food Bank Dinner and Auction, which will next be held on November 7, 2015. Each year Sierra Moms members provide volunteers for event registration and dessert service as well as donating all desserts for the 500 guests who attend this sell-out event each year. If you would like to help Sierra Moms support this critical fundraising event for our local food bank, you can sign up in Big Tent or send a message to info/at/sierramoms.org. Also, TLFB would greatly appreciate donations of items that can be sold in the silent and/or live auctions. Contact Twin Lakes Food Bank directly if you can help with items for the auction portion of the event or to purchase tickets to attend the eve...Read More
A few weeks ago, after a trip to the Douglas Blvd. Party City in Roseville to get some party supplies (that location is much larger than the one in Folsom) we decided to check out the nearby Maidu Regional Park, which is only a few blocks away. Maidu is the name of the native tribe that once lived in this area.
Maidu Park includes a Roseville branch library, community center, sports complex, skate park, and of course, a playground. This playground is definitely distinctive–it has an old western theme that is much more in depth than the Folsom City Lions Park as well as a lot of universally accessible features, as well as a couple not-so-universally-accessible features.Read More