This Wednesday, September 30th on LiveWire is a show as Shakespeare would say is “stuff dreams are made on”. The Folsom Renaissance Faire and Shakespeare Festival will be speaking about their event happening October 17th– 18th. Fruit Ridge Community Collaborative speaking about their model that unites non-profits together to support community members in one location. Film makers Katherine DaSilva and Greg Marker will be telling about their films feature in the A Place Called Sacramento Film Festival happening on Sunday, October 4th.
The Folsom Renaissance Faire and Shakespeare Festival are jousting through the studio to talk about their 23rd annual event. This family event takes you back in time to the Renaissance era, and is happening October 17th– 18th.
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Fruit Ridge Community Collaborative is a collaboration of several non-profits organization that provides members of the community a one-stop service. This diversified model creates multiple opportunities for people of all ages to seek; self- empowering support, educational opportunities, holistic wellness, youth mentoring, support for single and young fathers, legal issues and more.
A Place Called Sacramento Film Festival is an annual film festival brought to you by Access Sacramento. Local screen writer Katherine DaSilva will be in to talk about her film, “Focused.” Writer/ Director Greg Marker will be bringing in some of his cast to talk about his film, “A River Runs, Shoe It”. A Place Called Sacramento Film Festival takes place Sunday, October 4th.
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Join us and tune in to LiveWire! at 5 p.m. Wednesday, September 30th on Access Sacramento channel 17. You can also watch the simulcast online the same time it airs at www.AccessSacramento.org and click ‘watch 17’. The encore presentation airs the following Thursday at 7:30 p.m. And don’t forget to like us at www.facebook.com/LiveWire.Sacramento