Things To Do In Folsom

$35 for Wine Class with Tasting and Food Pairings at Sergio's Steak and Seafood ($118 Value)

Sergio's Steak and Seafood

Folsom

Learn about the finer points of winemaking and wine with a class that includes tasting of four glasses with four-course tapas pairings

$118 $35

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1, 2, or 3 Months of Fitness Classes with Personal Training at Opt In Fitness at Robinson's Taekwondo (Up to 79% Off)

Opt In Fitness at Robinson's Taekwondo

Folsom

Burn calories and build muscles in cardio kickboxing and strength-training classes; personal trainers help clients meet their fitness goals

$135 $30

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Two or Four 30-Minute Music Lessons at Bach to Rock - Folsom (Up to 55% Off)

Bach to Rock - Folsom

Folsom

Fun classes teach kids and adults to sing or play guitar, drums, keyboard, or other instruments

$84 $39

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Wine-Glass-Painting Class for Two or Four Plus Complimentary Wine at American Visions Art Gallery (Up to 55% Off)

American Visions Art Gallery

Folsom

Ideal Mother’s Day outing pairs instructional painting and 16-ounce glass of wine; includes art supplies, snacks, and a beverage

$75 $34

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One or Two Months of Fitness Classes at Curves Orangevale (Up to 79% Off)

Curves Orangevale

Curves Orangevale

Classes include Zumba, Body Basics, And Jillian Michaels–inspired circuit training

$98 $21

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10 or 20 Zumba Classes from Zumba with Sonia (Up to 60% Off)

Zumba with Sonia

Folsom

Zumba instructor Sonia cranks up the volume on Latin and international beats during dance-fitness workouts

$50 $24.99

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Single-Day Visit to Folsom Renaissance Faire for Two Adults or Two Adults and Two Kids (Up to 41% Off)

Folsom Renaissance Faire

Folsom Lion's Park

One-day visit brings guests face-to-face with jousters, magicians, Shakespeare, Queen Elizabeth, and family games at annual Ren fest

$32 $19

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$40 for Four Weeks of Children's Dance Lessons from Cynthia's Dance Center ($105.23 Value)

Cynthia's Dance Center

Folsom

Studio led by an experienced dancer teaches ballet, jazz, tap, and lyrical performance to kids 2 years and up

$105.23 $40

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Two Months of Kids' Creative-Movement or Pre-Ballet and Tap Classes at Leighton Dance Project (65% Off)

Leighton Dance Project

Folsom

7,700 sq. ft. facility with three studios and sprung floors; staff includes former members of award-winning dance companies

$90 $32

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Five or Eight Violin Classes from Billie Gonzalez (Up to 59% Off)

Billie Gonzalez

Folsom

Weekly classes with an experienced instructor teach the fundamentals of playing violin

$200 $88

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Workout Program Membership for Adults and Kids at Playground Fitness (Up to 81% Off). Four Options Available.

Playground Fitness

Folsom Kids Play Park

Outdoor workout program gets the whole family active, hosting classes for parents and their children that emphasize playfulness over reps

$100 $32

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Six Drop-In Yoga Classes or a Month of Yoga Classes at Total Yoga (68% Off)

Total Yoga

Folsom

60-minute classes help students learn a variety of styles such as Vinyasa, Hatha, and power yoga with breathing and meditation techniques

$60 $19

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Six Weeks of Unlimited Martial Arts Classes at Folsom Karate Academy (49% Off)

Folsom Karate Academy

Folsom

From the merchant: Join us for six martial arts classes; self-Defense, kickboxing, and jujitsu for kids, teens, and adults

$99 $50

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A competitive runner and a figure-skating sports enthusiast respectively, Stacey Armijo and Sandra Lemos have always been physically active. However, it wasn?t until they discovered the Dailey Method?s unique blend of Pilates, ballet, and yoga that both realized their fitness regimens weren?t properly balanced. Both athletes went straight to the source?the method?s founder, Jill Dailey?to kick-start their teacher training, knowing even then that they had found their calling.

Following in Jill?s footsteps, Stacey and Sandra help students of all abilities strengthen and stretch their bodies? major muscle groups. Their low-impact classes are designed to build up the core muscles, develop long lean muscle, align the spine, and tone lean limbs, all while challenging the mind, body, and spirit to touch their proverbial toes. The instructors focus on proper posture and alignment throughout each class to stave off injury and improve their charges? ability to walk a tightrope over flames while balancing a stack of books on their heads.

The Dailey Method?s Roseville and Folsom studios are equipped with locker rooms with full showers, and both offer complimentary childcare services. The new location in downtown Sacramento offers weekday power lunch express classes, as well as a full locker room and showers.

2766 E Bidwell
Folsom,
CA
US

Andy Siebert floated in the water, weightless—almost as if in outer space—and watched as all 40 feet of a Galapagos Island whale shark drifted past him. It’s moments like that one that Andy lives for, having devoted his life to scuba diving. He took his first dive as a teenager, but didn’t take the sport seriously until he turned 42, at which point he began his journey to log more than 3,000 dives.

Now, as owner of Scuba World, Andy works to help others discover their love of the underwater sport. One part retail shop and one part scuba-diving school, the PADI five-star IDC dive center is chock-full of gear for purchase and rental, as well as expert instructors who teach classes for divers of all levels, including instructor-level classes. Their classes range from beginner discovery sessions to open-water-certification courses to rescue-diver classes for the more advanced diver who is worried about all those fish in the ocean who need help getting out. Andy’s wife and partner, Lynn Siebert, plans trips that take divers to waters all over the world, including the nearby Monterey Bay and more far-flung expeditions in Micronesia.

1200 Riley Street
Folsom,
CA
US

When Joan Barnes founded Gymboree Play & Music in 1976, she envisioned a facility where parents and children could play together in a safe and age-appropriate environment. In the following decades, Gymboree spread to more than 30 countries across the globe, helping youngsters from infants to 5 years old develop cognitive, physical, and social skills.

The company's instructors lead classes such as Play & Learn, its flagship course, in which parents and kids move through a seven-level program filled with storytelling, play activities, and debates on the merits of sandwich crust. Talented staffers also prep youngsters for school and foster development in areas such as music, art, and sports. Throughout all classes, they make use of custom play equipment designed by acclaimed playground designer and seesaw-tamer Jay Beck.

9580 Oak Avenue Parkway
Folsom,
CA
US

A certified life coach and fitness trainer, Lorri Ann Code has been in the fitness industry since she was 17. Her female-focused boot camps are effective, intense, and supportive. The program features a personalized exercise program, nutritional counseling, before and after body tracking, and life coaching.

722 Sutter St.
Folsom,
CA
US

Groups meet at Camp Lotus for a brief orientation and safety prep before the rafting rally down to Lake Folsom begins. Ideal for all skill sets, CRA's program accommodates passengers ages seven and up. The four-hour journey shoves off into a gentle warm-up section of class-II waters to prepare for the gorge's jostling class-III rapids. Fourteen-foot self-bailing rafts equipped with first aid, river-rescue kits, and Coast Guard–approved life jackets safely seat eight passengers plus an expert guide. As a team, the boatload of adventurers navigates the water like a squirrel surfing in a washing machine, punching through white caps and splashing about wavy highs and lows along the 12-mile route. All gear is included, and participants are only required to pack products that make the trip more pleasurable (swimsuit, drinking water in a durable bottle, sunscreen, shoulder-mounted boom-box, and a dry change of clothes).

2795 East Bidwell Street
Folsom,
CA
US

This is not a 'mainstream' zoo," notes Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary on their website. "People who 'don't like zoos' are generally comfortable here." Perhaps that's because the center is more animal sanctuary than public zoo. Since 1963, it has taken in wild animals that have been injured in the wild, orphaned at an early age, or rejected as exotic pets by their owners. The sanctuary's staff provides lifelong homes for these animals, not only keeping them fed and cared for, but also engaging their mental and physical abilities through creative enrichment activities. Of course, education is a major focus, as well, which is why they invite visitors in to meet their boarders. The black bear exhibit showcases a few of these rescued creatures. Its glass viewing panels look into the habits of bears such as Sequoia, who was dropped off anonymously at a wildlife facility, and Marty, who was shot in the hip. Elsewhere, rescued red-tailed hawks perch inside an aviary, and a canine area showcases wolves, dogs, and everything in between.

North American species such as these occupy most of the habitats, but zookeepers also rescue the occasional exotic animal. They saved Orinoco, a squirrel monkey that came from a research facility, and Misty and Pouncer, a pair of mixed species tigers rescued from an illegal breeding facility. By telling these stories, the zookeepers hope to discourage the public from keeping wild animals as pets. Instead, they invite visitors to take active roles through volunteer initiatives and a junior zookeeper program.

403 Stafford Street
Folsom,
CA
US