The Folsom Chamber of Commerce and Choose Folsom has announced that eleven local organizations and individuals have joined with the Leadership Folsom Class of 2022/23 ( to “sponsor a heart” for the “Heartbeat of Folsom” public art exhibit scheduled to unveil this June.
Sponsors so far include:
- Adrian Blanco Jewelry
- Dan Haverty (Former Folsom Fire Chief and current interim Chief for Sac Metro Fire)
- Dignity Health
- Elliott Homes
- Happy Memories Care Home
- Inductive Automation (together with Folsom Lake College)
- The Palladio
- Rey Engineering
- Steve Heard (EXP Realty, My Folsom.com)
Additional partners providing in-kind support include: TK Automotive Refinishing, DesCor Builders, and Hemington Landscaping,
“Our goal is 20 hearts for the community, to create a vibrant and diverse citywide public art display,” says class representative Heather Hoffman, with Elliott Homes. “We’re so grateful to these organizations, and look forward to hearing from others interested in being part of this unique exhibit.”
Additional sponsors are soon to be announced. The community can learn more by visiting the project website at https://www.heartbeatfolsom.com/.
The vision for the public art exhibit is a series of beautifully designed and painted heart sculptures, each featuring different themes celebrating what makes Folsom special. Themes for the “Heartbeat of Folsom” include innovation, history, technology, community, and natural beauty, among others.
The finished, painted sculptures will be unveiled at a special event on June 2 at Folsom’s Palladio, and collectively on display for 10 days. Afterward, sponsors will install the sculptures for individual display in public-facing areas throughout the city, with “heart maps” available on the Heartbeat of Folsom website.
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