Pictorial Thursday Night Market Number 11

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It was another beautiful evening, starting off around 90 degrees and dropping to the mid 70s at the end, humidity around 45%. Lovely weather for our visitors – and again, I met several people new to the area, plus some long-time visitors from Carmichael and El Dorado Hills. Thank you all for coming down to the market.

As always, the fruit and veg on the Farmer Stalls was good and I bought 10 pounds of plums, yellow peaches, white peaches, pluots, tomatoes and zuccini.

Be sure to come next week because it is the last one for 2007. It’s your last chance to come and see the interesting things that are good for yourself or for gifts.

Newsblaze took 29 photos of all these wonderful people people having a great time, (see below), choosing one for the front page. Our visitors shown on the front page win a gift voucher for the Farmers Stalls. So don’t forget to contact us if you are on the front page at FolsomLocalNews.com.

If your photo is here on this story page, please let us know how much you enjoyed the market – what you liked and what you didn’t. Send your name and tell me which photo is you and I will add your name to it. I’ll be looking to see you next week – and please remember to tell all your friends.

Want to see your name in the paper? Do you have a Folsom story to tell? Write it, send it in and our editors will review, edit and publish it at FolsomLocalNews.com.

If we didn’t take your photo this week, we sure to be at the market next week – its the final TNM for 2007, bring your happy face and ask me! We’ve taken photos every week and if your photo is chosen for the front page, you receive a gift voucher.

Click on a photo to see the higher resolution version.

Want a copy of your photo? – its yours, just save it to your computer.

Editor’s note: It’s amazing what can happen when you redesign a process. Usually, it takes me until 3am to get all the potos loaded, the story written and phe photo on the front page. Its just coming up to 01:20 – I like it!.

Friends dressed up for the Thursday Night Market.
Friends dressed up for the Thursday Night Market.
The Chairwoman relaxes in Sutter Street, at the Thursday Night Market.
The Chairwoman relaxes in Sutter Street, at the Thursday Night Market.
More newcomers to Folsom. We're glad you're here.
More newcomers to Folsom. We’re glad you’re here.
Thursday Night Market is a good chance to walk the closed streets with furry friends.
Thursday Night Market is a good chance to walk the closed streets with furry friends.
Sitting for a rest after walking the length of Sutter Street, Folsom, CA.ght Market.
Sitting for a rest after walking the length of Sutter Street, Folsom, CA.ght Market.
A warm Thursday Night Market is the perfect place to drink a cool blue slushie.
A warm Thursday Night Market is the perfect place to drink a cool blue slushie.
Indian girls enjoy the walk down Sutter Street, at the Thursday Night Market.
Indian girls enjoy the walk down Sutter Street, at the Thursday Night Market.
As the evening cools down, more people come to the Farmers Market stalls.
As the evening cools down, more people come to the Farmers Market stalls.
We're always pleased to see the mounted police at the market.
We’re always pleased to see the mounted police at the market.
Police horses walking the street.
Police horses walking the street.
Blowing a tune on the sax.
Blowing a tune on the sax.
The band puts it all together at Thursday Night Market in Folsom.
The band puts it all together at Thursday Night Market in Folsom.
Kicking back and listening to the band.
Kicking back and listening to the band.
This band is good!
This band is good!
The police horses love a gentle pat.
The police horses love a gentle pat.
Big smiles at the Thursday Night Market.
Big smiles at the Thursday Night Market.
Hats, hats and more hats in style.
Hats, hats and more hats in style

Alan Gray is the Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of NewsBlaze Daily News and other online newspapers. He prefers to edit, rather than write, but sometimes an issue rears it’s head and makes him start pounding the keyboard. Alan has a fascination with making video and video editing, so watch out if he points his Canon 7d in your direction.