VIEJAS OUTLET CENTER ANNOUNCES "TUESDAYS IN THE PARK" FREE MOVIES N THE PARK--ALPINE'S FIRST FARMERS' MARKET

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June 10, 2009 (Alpine) — Viejas Outlet Center will host “Tuesdays in the Park” featuring the 2009 Movies in the Park Season with free, family-friendly movies starting June 16. In addition, the center will host "Market in the Park", Alpine’s first farmers' market, beginning June 23. Both events are free to the public.

Every Tuesday through August 11, the Viejas Outlet Center will feature free Movies in the Park. Guests are encouraged to arrive early for dinner or shopping before the show, then sit back and relax with family to enjoy a popular movie under the stars. Movies will begin at sundown each week.

In addition, each Tuesday from June 23 through August 25 the Market in the Park will feature fresh produce, plants and specialty items from local vendors from 3:30-7:30p.m.

Movie schedule is as follows:

June 16 – Kung Fu Panda

June 23 – Indian Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

June 30 – The Tale of Despereaux

July 7 – IGOR

July 14 – Madagascar 2 Escape Africa

July 21 – Hotel for Dogs

July 28 – Surf’s Up

August 4 – The Ant Bully

August 11 – Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone

The Farmers Market and movies are free and open to the public. Blankets are allowed, but no alcohol or pets permitted.

Located at 5005 Willows Road in Alpine, Viejas Outlet Center features 255,000 square feet of shopping space featuring national brands including Coach, Polo Ralph Lauren, GAP, Guess and Nike. For more information on Viejas Outlet Center, visit www.shopviejas.com or call 619-659-2070.

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Great idea

What a great idea to encourage people to attend the farmers market and make a family day out. beads

Farmers Market can be so much

Farmers Market can be so much fun but unfortunately I've been to only a couple. It's interesting to take the kids as well and after musics were introduced shopping is not at all boring. I like the varieties of products I get to see and taste as well. Since organic products are expensive and difficult to find farmers products are a safer and better alternative.
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