Join Alpine Community Network Email List Alpine CA 91901.
Contact us buttons
Local Coupons

Events Today

Ad
Mountain Country Radio Alpine

Follow Us on Twitter

Advertise with Us Alpine Community Network Alpine Ca 91901

It’s Time to Order Your Alpine Soroptimist Holiday Fundraiser Poinsettias!

It’s time to order Alpine Soroptimist Holiday Poinsettias – A special fundraiser to benefit Our Dreams Program “Live Your Dream Cash Awards” These beautiful, vibrant poinsettias are the easiest way to get your home or business ready for the holiday season. They also make wonderful gifts. All poinsettias are a deep red color, grown in 6½” pots with festive red pot covers and holiday ribbon. Limited supply…order early! Fundraiser donation: $20 per plant. Order: By email at sialpine@soroptimist.net or Alpine Soroptimist Facebook Page. Order Pick up dates: December 4th – 6th, 2020. Soroptimist International of Alpine is a 501 © (3) Non Profit Organization

FOUND CAT: Grey & Black Cat, Tavern Ct., Alpine CA. 10-19-20

LOCATION_DESCRIPTION: Alpine California 91901 October 19, 2020 – Found grey and black cat with pink and white color on Tavern Court. Cat appears to be sick. It does not belong to any of our neighbors.

Please contact Carole at 619-722-1942 or EMAIL HERE

Introduction to the World of Reiki – By Cindy Douglas, Certified Reiki Master

Introduction to the World of Reiki . . Did You Know . . .
Reiki is a Japanese form of alternative medicine called energy healing. Reiki is a natural therapy that gently balances and clears the human energy fields (auras) and energy centers (chakras) to stimulate the body’s healing system to function at an optimal level. One of the greatest Reiki benefits is stress reduction and relaxation, which triggers the body’s natural healing abilities to improve and maintain health.
“Re” means ‘Universal” and “Ki” means life force energy.  When the flow of life force energy is disrupted, weakened or blocked, emotional or health problems tend to occur.  Imbalances can be caused by many situations occurring in our lives, including both physical and emotional trauma.  With so much happening in the world around us, imbalances caused by stress and uncertainty are increasing.
Today, there is a deeper awareness concerning the flow of subtle energies in and around the body and the connection between these subtle energies and one’s health.  This developing awareness validates the ancient idea of “life force energy” as the cause of health and its lack as the cause of illness.  The existence of “life force energy” and the necessity for it to flow freely in and around one’s body to maintain health has been studied and acknowledged by health care practitioners as well as scientists. As a result of this research, over 500 hospitals are currently providing Reiki as a healing option for their patients.
Article by Cindy Douglas, Certified Reiki Master
Reiki Healing Clinic, Alpine, CA

Alpine Country Deli NOW OPEN in the Viejas Outlets!

August 2020 – Alpine Country Deli is now open at Viejas Outlet Center! Proudly serving Boar’s Head Premium Meats and Cheeses.

Open Daily 11am-7pm 619-327-6232. Viejas Outlets is located at 5005 Willows Rd. Alpine Ca 91901.

For more visit our Facebook page

Alpine Taco Shop Makes Generous Donation to Team Parker For Life – September 28, 2020

(Shared from the Team Parker for Life Facebook Page) September 28, 2020
“After months of talking with Claudia Sanchez, owner of Alpine Taco Shop we finally got to meet. What a wonderful soul!! This month Alpine Taco Shop donated $5k to TPFL to recognize September and all of the children who have fought cancer, who were taken by cancer, and who will get cancer in the future. Thank you for your partnership, together we can fight against the #1 disease stealing our children!! Support local restaurants like this who give back to important causes even during a global pandemic when things can be uncertain. The food is delish!!” For more info about Team Parker for Life please visit http://www.teamparker4life.org/ or email crysp20@gmail.com

Alpine Taco Shop proudly celebrates 28 years of service to Alpine and surrounding communities. Thank you Alpine, for your continued support! Family owned and operated, located at 1903-A Alpine Blvd (Across the street from Alpine Elementary School). 619-445-8907

New Hours: 7 Days/Week: 10am-9pm.

Have Your Child’s Next Birthday Party at Gymtrix! Kids LOVE Them!

Have Your Child’s Next Birthday Party at Gymtrix! Kids LOVE Them! Package A: $200 Includes party, set up and clean up.  Package B: $300 includes party, set up, clean up, paper products, cupcakes and party bags. Sleepover Package: $400 Includes sleepover, pizza and donuts! Gymtrix is located at 2358 Tavern Rd. (Next to Boulder Oaks Elementary School) For more info call 619-659-8772 or email Karen Smith at gymtrix@att.net. Visit our website at www.gymtrixinc.com

Roller Skating Rink at Viejas Outlets Extended Through October 30, 2020


We’re open for you to keep on rolling into the fall. Skating season has been extended through October 30 at SoCal’s Largest Outdoor Roller Skating Rink. Open Daily 4PM–9PM at the Viejas Outlets. http://bit.ly/alpine-roller-rink

Come check out Southern California’s LARGEST OUTDOOR ROLLER RINK at Viejas Outlets in Alpine! *Weather permitting – Face Masks required*  Viejas Outlets is located at 5005 Willows Rd. Alpine Ca 91901. For more info please call 619-659-2070 or visit our website at www.Viejas.com

 

San Diego County Library Reopens Branches for Limited In-Person Services – September 20, 2020

We are excited to announce that the San Diego County Library has reopened branches for limited in-person services on Sept 10, 2020. While our commitment to service will always stay the same, you will notice some changes when you visit.

 

Branches offer In-Person Modified Services on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Our hours will be 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. – 4 p.m. The midday closure allows for thorough cleaning of public spaces within the buildings. And Walk-Up Door-side service will happen on Mondays and Fridays, 10am-4pm.

 

What should I expect when I visit?

The most noticeable change with in-person service is that we are letting fewer people into our buildings in order to ensure physical distancing. You may experience a wait time to get into the building. Our library staff will be at the front door to answer any questions.

 

There will also be more space. Some furniture and computers have been removed to ensure physical distancing and to provide wider walkways. Directional floor markings have been placed in the stacks and seating will be limited in some areas.

 

The modified in-person services will include access to computers, printers and copiers, and WiFi. Customers will be able to browse the stacks and check out books, CDs, and movies.

Walk-up Door-side service is also still available at all 33 branches on Mondays and Fridays. Once a customer has received a notice, by email, phone, or print mail that they have items ready for pickup, they can visit the branch during open hours to pick up the materials, with no appointment needed.

 

How is the library addressing health and safety?

The safety of our staff and customers is our primary concern and we will be complying with public health guidelines for physical distancing and facial coverings. Additionally, on the days set up for In-person modified service, cleaning will take place throughout the day and all branches will be closed from 12:30pm-1:30pm for sanitation.

 

You can also return any materials you might still have. For the safety of library staff and customers, and at the recommendation of the Institute for Library and Museum Services and the California State Library, all returned materials will be quarantined for at least 4 business days. It may take several days to remove the items from your library account, but rest assured you will not be fined for those days while the materials are quarantined.

 

The schedule of service and frequently asked questions are available on our website. Please visit sdcl.org/services for more information.

 

We’ll see you at the Library!  Warm regards,  The Alpine Library Staff

 

For more info or questions please contact Jenne Bergstrom, Alpine Library Branch Manager, 1752 Alpine Blvd. Alpine, CA 91901. 619-659-2751 jenne.bergstrom@sdcounty.ca.gov

www.facebook.com/alpinelibrary

LOST CAT: Black & White Female Cat “Ninja”, Tompau Place / Alpine Heights – 9-14-20

LOST CAT ALPINE CA 91901: We are missing our beloved cat, Ninja! She was last seen Monday, Sept. 14, 2020 at 6:30 a.m. She is black and white, 5 yrs old and very friendly. She loves people and getting her ears rubbed. Plus, she like to talk…a lot and responds to her name.. We live off of Tompau Place and Alpine Heights. Please let us know if you’ve seen her. Thank you so very much.

Please contact Lorraine & Jayme Odiorne at 619-672-0769 or  EMAIL HERE

ALPINE ALL-WHEEL PARK: Virtual Public Meeting – September 23, 2020

**To see all comment on this post on our Facebook Page please click HERE

 

Alpine All-Wheel Park – Virtual Public Meeting on Thursday, September 23, 2020. All-Wheel Skate Park Meeting: 6pm to 7pm,  Bike Park Meeting: 7:15pm to 8:15pm.

We’re bringing an all-wheel park to Alpine, and we need your input to determine what features will help make this a best-in-class recreation destination. Join us for an online conversation with park staff, park designers and other influencers. Your feedback is important; after a brief presentation of ideas, we’ll open it up for group discussion. No RSVP is necessary.

 

More information: Judy Tjiong-Pietrzak, Park Project Manager – Email Judy.Tjiong-Pietrzak@sdcounty.ca.gov or call 858-966-1340 Visit sdparks.org