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Committee reschedules Scottsdale Parada del Sol to April 17

Posted 12/10/20

Scottsdale's annual Parada del Sol  has been tentatively postponed to April 17, according to Dennis Robbins, Executive Director of the Scottsdale Charros, the nonprofit group overseeing the Parada del Sol in 2021. He noted Western Week, presented by the City of Scottsdale, has been tentatively pushed to that week of April. Of course, plans could change up until March 1 as the Scottsdale Charros and City of Scottsdale closely monitor the pandemic. (Photo by Indpenedent Newsmedia/Arianna Grainey) 

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Committee reschedules Scottsdale Parada del Sol to April 17

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Scottsdale's annual Parada del Sol  has been tentatively postponed to April 17, according to Dennis Robbins, executive director of the Scottsdale Charros, the nonprofit group overseeing the Parada del Sol Committee in 2021.

He noted Western Week, presented by the city of Scottsdale, has been tentatively pushed to that week of April. Of course, plans could change up until March 1 as the Scottsdale Charros and City of Scottsdale closely monitor the pandemic. (Photo by Indpenedent Newsmedia/Arianna Grainey) 

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