Scottsdale Quarter’s free Boo & Brew event is returning on Oct. 24 from 2-7 p.m., featuring fall-themed fun for kids and adults.
“With all of the unique challenges that we have faced this year, Scottsdale Quarter is excited to provide an opportunity to come together to enjoy the fall season through Boo & Brew,” Richard Hunt, general manager of Scottsdale Quarter, said in a press release.
The event, in its third year, includes a candy scavenger hunt, dog costume contest, tractor rides, candle making and face painting.
A new addition to Boo & Brew in 2020 is goat yoga, which has participants doing downward dog and warrior pose alongside barnyard goats.
The yoga classes will take place at 9 a.m., prior to the start of the main event.
Some activities require payment or pre-registration.
Can’t forget about the “brews” part of the event, which will feature fall beer specials available at the newly opened Culinary Dropout restaurant.
Guests will also be able to enjoy live music from local band, Rock Lobster, while picking out their own pumpkins from the shopping center’s pumpkin patch.
“We are passionate about serving as a gathering space for our community, and now more than ever, we are proud to be a place where families, friends, and the community can safely connect with each other,” Hunt said.
Attendees will be required to wear masks and social distance by not congregating in groups during the event.
Hand sanitizer dispensers will also be located in highly trafficked areas and walkways for guests to use.
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