Scottsdale Quarter hosts an afternoon of festive family fun
Staff Reports | Digital Free Press
Scottsdale Quarter is celebrating the fall season with its annual Boo & Brew event — a festive gathering that will take place from 2 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29.
Grownups can treat their taste buds with beer specials from the Zinburger Beer Garden, while the younger crowd enjoys entertaining activities like crafts, character appearances, balloon twisting and face painting, according to a press release.
Guests can also wander through the pumpkin patch, watch a master pumpkin carving demonstration, and enjoy seasonal treats while listening to live music from a DJ followed by an evening performance by local band Rock Lobster.
Also taking place is Scottsdale Quarter’s “Candy Crawl,” which offers families a fun, interactive location for kids to sport their best costumes and trick-or-treat around the center, collecting candy from participating retailers. Pre-registration on Eventbrite is recommended to secure a bag of treats, event promoters say.
Attendees are encouraged to bring their dogs to Boo & Brew and show off their Halloween style for a chance to win the Doggie Costume Contest with the top costume in each category winning a custom YETI dog bowl filled with toys and treats.
“We’re thrilled to once again offer special ways to connect with others and experience the festivities of autumn at Scottsdale Quarter,” said Richard Hunt, general manager at Scottsdale Quarter, in the release. “We are passionate about serving as a gathering space for our community, and hope that guests enjoy our seasonal activities.”
Scottsdale Quarter remains focused on providing a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone. Property representatives ask all guests to conduct themselves in a safe and respectful way in accordance with all federal, state and local regulations, recommendations and mandates, as well as each individual retailer’s policies.