Run for the Roses: Join Woodland Mall to Watch the Kentucky Derby

Can’t make it to Churchill Downs this year? Make a beeline for Forest Shopping center on Saturday, May 6 to watch the Kentucky Derby.

From 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., children and families can appreciate family-accommodating exercises and watch pre-race scope until it’s the ideal opportunity for the 143rd Keep running for the Roses, which pretense at 6:46 p.m. A kind sized screen will be set up in Macy’s Court so that everybody can assemble to watch what is frequently charged as the most energizing two minutes in games.

Before the race, guests can:

– Take a selfie with an existence estimate horse set pattern and fun Derby props

– Enjoy deride tail mint juleps and maneuver molded treats

– Play croquet on two indoor courses

– Enter the Derby Cap rivalry for an opportunity to win $150 Forest Shopping center blessing card in addition to different prizes

“This will be a fun chance for the entire family to wear its best Derby clothing and go along with us to flaunt their Southern style,” said Lyndsey Hicks, Forest Shopping center promoting executive. “Our 16-foot screen is the following most ideal approach to watch the Derby on the off chance that you can’t be there face to face.

“We plan to make our Kentucky Derby party a yearly occasion with extended exercises in the years to come.”

The occasion is free and open to all. For more data and to RSVP (would prefer not to come up short on deride tail mint juleps!) visit

About Forest Shopping center and PREIT

PREIT (NYSE:PEI) is a traded on an open market land speculation assume that claims and oversees Forest Shopping center and other quality properties in convincing markets. PREIT’s 23 million square feet of precisely curated retail and way of life offerings blended with goal eating and stimulation encounters are found essentially in the eastern U.S. with focuses in the mid-Atlantic’s top MSAs. Since 2012, the organization has driven a change guided by an accentuation on portfolio quality and asset report quality driven by trained capital uses. Extra data is accessible at��or on�Twitter�or�LinkedIn.


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