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Season kicks off June 16 with Monsters vs. Aliens, wraps up with Avatar


June 10, 2010 (Alpine) — The Viejas Outlet Center officially kicks off its free “Movies in the Park” series on June 16 with a showing of the hit movie Monsters vs. Aliens. The season concludes this year with Avatar, the blockbuster that set new worldwide sales records.


Every Wednesday evening through August 18, Viejas Outlet Center will show free family-friendly movies in the park area of the Outlet Center. Then, for a special showing to wrap up the 2010 “Movies in the Park” season, Avatar will be shown on Saturday, September 4. Guests are welcome to arrive early for shopping at the Outlet Center stores or dining before the show, then sit back and relax with family and friends to enjoy one of the popular movies during a warm summer evening under the stars. Movies will begin at sundown each week. Bring a blanket if you wish, but no alcohol or pets are allowed.


The complete 2010 “Movies in the Park” schedule is as follows:


June 16 – Monsters vs. Aliens
June 23 – Shorts
June 30 – Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
July 7 – Open Season 2
July 14 – The Goonies
July 21 – Planet 51
July 28 – The Blind Side
August 4 – Cats and Dogs
August 11 – Twilight
August 18 – How to Train Your Dragon
September 4 – Avatar


Located at 5005 Willows Road in Alpine, Viejas Outlet Center is home to brand name stores including Coach, Chico’s, Polo Ralph Lauren, GAP, Guess and Nike. Set on 37 acres in the east San Diego County foothills, the Center also features meandering landscaped paths, water features, rock formations and statues of native wildlife. Viejas Outlet Center also features great restaurants and interactive water fountains, where kids can play during the day, and in the evening the family can watch the spectacular “Power of Nightfire” performed nightly through Labor Day.


For more information on Viejas Outlet Center, visit or call 619-659-2070.

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