Folsom VYBE, a festive celebration of local music and culture is nourishing our community as a benefit for Twin Lakes Food Bank.
What does it mean to nourish a community? Well, a number of things on a number of levels.
In the most obvious sense, it means providing food to people who are struggling to make ends meet. Because it’s hard to grow, contribute and thrive when you’re worried about where your next meal will come from.
It also means recognizing, nurturing and celebrating the unique talents among us. When we support the arts — and, more specifically, the artists — it enriches and edifies all of us, and helps define the character and identity of our community.
And it means providing entertainment, inspiration, culture, diversion, and just plain fun. It brings us together in a time when we’re increasingly divided. It gives us a reprieve from the stress of life. It’s the thing you circle on the calendar in anticipation ahead of time. And it becomes a touchpoint of memories for friends and families long after the event has ended. It’s not frivolous—it’s essential.
Folsom VYBE is all of these: A live musical performance showcasing local bands and artists held in one of the region’s premiere performing arts theatres supported by the sponsorship of local businesses and organizations featuring food, craft beer, wine, and band meet-and-greets; with all proceeds going to Folsom’s Twin Lakes Food Bank.
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