Black Diamond’s first summer Hometown Social of the year | Oakpointe

This Friday, “Sandlot” will be playing in the housing development project.

The following is a press release from Ten Trails/Oakpointe:

Ten Trails, the 2,200-acre, master-planned community in Southeast King County, has announced the return of its Summer Hometown Socials beginning Friday, June 28, with Movie Night featuring “The Sandlot.” The event takes place from 6 to 9 p.m. with the movie beginning at dusk in the Civic Park.

In addition to a beer garden and games, the evening will have food trucks on site from Gypsy Doggs, KC DEEZ BBQ, and Big Boys Filipino, among others, and more than 25 vendors positioned along SE Fir Street.

Ten Trails is also introducing a new feature for the summer — Sunset Markets at Ten Trails — combining a farmers’ market experience of fresh produce and flowers with over 25 of the area’s crafts vendors and farm stands. The Sunset Markets will take place the second and fourth Fridays of each month, June through August from 6 to 9 p.m. at Civic Park beginning July 12.

Ten Trails will host two more Hometown Socials on July 26th and August 23rd. More information about each event is available on Facebook at Hometown Social.


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