There will be lots of whoopin’ and hollerin’ in Old Town Scottsdale Saturday, Feb. 8, as the Scottsdale Parada del Sol Parade & Trail’s End Festival hit the streets for the 67th consecutive year “The annual event promises a full day of wild west adventures in Old Town Scottsdale,” said P…
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