Photo courtesy of city of Scottsdale

The city of Scottsdale invites everyone to saddle up and mosey on down to the Scottsdale Civic Center for a spring celebration like no other. The second annual Bunnanza, set for Saturday, March 30 from 9 a.m. to noon, is gearing up to be a western-inspired extravaganza that’s free and open to buckaroos of all ages.

This family-friendly fiesta will transform the Scottsdale Civic Center, 3939 N. Drinkwater Blvd., into a frontier of fun, complete with live entertainment that’ll have you tapping your cowboy boots and humming along. With activities scheduled to roll starting in the morning, attendees can enjoy a variety of egg hunts – a nod to the Easter tradition with a western twist.

Sheriff Jack will be tipping his hat and greeting folks at the meet-and-greet, ensuring even the tiniest of tumbleweeds have a grand ol’ time. Interactive booths will provide both education and entertainment, offering a hands-on experience that’s sure to engage and delight.

For those with a hankering for some grown-up refreshment, the mimosa garden promises to be a refreshing oasis within the bustling event. Here, parents can sip on a bubbly beverage while soaking in the festive atmosphere of the spring celebration.
Aside from the fun and games, Bunnanza is a chance to connect with the community, enjoy the beauty of the Civic Center, and make memories. From the egg hunts to the toe-tapping tunes, this event is all about capturing the essence of spring with a unique western flair.

As the event unfolds, food vendors will be on site to serve up hearty grub fit for a cowboy or cowgirl. Whether it’s sweet treats or savory eats you’re after, the food trucks will have something to satisfy every appetite.

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