The Shoppes a Large Part of the Chino Hills Culture

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The Shoppes a Large Part of the Chino Hills Culture

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Alyssa Gordon, Staff Writer

For those who grew up in Chino Hills, the Shoppes is not anything new, but it is a large part of the Chino Hills culture. The Shoppes is a popular outdoor mall in the city that has many stores and restaurants. Located by Ayala High School and Chick-Fil-A, the Shoppes is easy to find and go to eat or shop. Some of the stores that can be found at the Shoppes are Barnes and Noble, Vans, and Forever 21. While the Shoppes has plenty of places to shop at, there are also several restaurants such as California Pizza Kitchen and P.F. Changs. Even though most people immediately think of shopping and eating, the Shoppes also has a Color Me Mine shop where guests can paint their own pottery shaped in a wide variety of items. The Shoppes serves as a hangout place for many teens starting from junior high, but the mall can also be enjoyable for older people as well. Several events are held celebrating holidays, one, in particular, is the tree lighting ceremony in late November. Going to the event is a tradition for many Chino Hills residents because it gets them in the holiday spirit, and they can spend time with family. Besides those events, an activity for kids is the Wetzels Pretzels train that goes around the middle of the shopping center. While this is not necessarily popular among older teens, it is a common sight when going to the Shoppes. As the Shoppes grows and develops, it will continue to be a staple for the city of Chino Hills.

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