A small, independent theater is about the love of films that are shown there. Your customers love movies and you love to show them movies. Why not let them enjoy their favorite classics and oldies in the most comfortable theater seating? It doesn’t have to be expensive or difficult to create a great environment in your small, independent theater.
Every Saturday morning, from 8 am to 12:30 pm, the 6th and Front Streets in Old Town Temecula is bustling with activity because of the Farmer’s Market. Close to a hundred local farmers and vendors gather in their respective spots and offer a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables that were grown locally and had met state quality standards. Different types of people can be seen shopping or roaming about. If you prefer sleeping in on Saturdays, there’s no reason to fret. Every Wednesday, the same Farmer’s Market comes to the Promenade Mall parking lot, from 9 am to 1 pm. Two of its merchants are the Sage Mountain Farm which is located at Aguanga, a nearby town, and Earth Work International.
There are styles that can work with your theater, whatever the size. You can choose classic theater seating or you can consider taking a more independent bent. For example, you can get pillow top styles, or classic lines that are neat and streamlined. There are an infinite number of choices available and all are guaranteed for years. Because of the quality of fabrics and leathers, as well as the top quality production from companies like Berkline and Palliser, you can feel confident that your purchase will last.
Starting about 3pm people fill up all the parking spaces throughout the city and the walk towards the water becomes longer and longer on the day of the fireworks. People camp out hours before the show to ensure they have a great view. The Mashantucket Tribal Nation puts on arguably one of the best firework shows on the East Coast.
Arizona farmers continue to work through the summer and visitors to the market will still find plenty of tomatoes, summer squash, potatoes, onions, garlic, and many other herbs and vegetables. In addition to fresh produce, shoppers may find prepared food items including honey, balsamic vinegar, canned tuna and salmon, grass fed beef, hummus, jams, olive oil, salsas, baked goods, tamales, eggs, dried beans, BBQ sauce, pistachios, dried fruits, coffee, pickles, pasta, Kettlecorn Dallas, fudge sauce, and tortillas. Crafters also show up at the markets, selling crocheted scarves, bronze bells, stitchery, jewelry, pottery, wooden spoons, glass tiles, and many more items.
The Lane County Concussion is auctioning off the right to pick their skate-out song for Saturday’s bout. That’s right: the winning bidder will get to pick the family-friendly song of their choice for these grown men to skate out to. The auction lasts until about 11pm Pacific on Thursday, March 28th. So, act quickly! At the time this was published, the bidding was up to $51. Last time the Concussion did this, the winner picked the song “Why Can’t We Be Friend?” by War.
There are many Christmas tree farms in the greater Chicagoland area. To get more information about any of the listed farms, just click on the name. Please call BEFORE driving there to get directions and hours and to ask about prices and types of trees available. Also make sure that saws are provided, and ask if tree shaking (to remove loose needles) and baling (to compress and bundle the tree) are available. Some farms also provide activities for the kids, so if you’re bringing children, ask about that as well.
When we’re done, the children will pack their toys in the back of the double stroller, and I buckle them in for the last stretch. From the top of Church Street, it takes us about fifteen minutes to walk home. Often one or both children will fall asleep on the way. But either way, when we get there we share the satisfaction of an afternoon well spent.