Trusting Connections to Participate In 50th Annual Scottsdale Arts Festival
By Stephanie Sanstead -
Friday Mar 06, 2020
Trusting Connections, an award-winning nanny and childcare agency offering customized childcare solutions, is pleased to announce that they will participate in the annual Scottsdale Arts Festival which is proudly celebrating its 50th anniversary. Long recognized as one of the top art fairs in America, the festival attracts nearly 20,000 visitors annually, where guests enjoy the best in visual, culinary, cultural and performing arts throughout the newly renovated 20-acre Scottsdale Civic Center Park.
Bring the entire family out for the experience by taking advantage of a new offering this year. Trusting Connections is proud to present a free service from 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. on Sat., March 14 and Sun., March 15, which allows parents to drop off potty-trained children ages 3+ for one-hour timeslots during the festival. While in the care of Trusting Connections’ childcare professionals, children will create a fun and collaborative art project that will then be donated to Phoenix Children’s Hospital. For families who struggle to juggle it all looking to find the right nanny or sitter support, this is the perfect event to meet and learn more about their commitment to excellence in childcare.
Trusting Connections will also be hosting an exciting raffle giveaway both days (must be present to win). Be sure to visit their area near the north side of City hall to learn more about your chance to win one of the following prizes: A 12-Month Classic Flex Membership including initiation fee- ($240 value) or a 4-hour Nanny date night or Parent's day out service – ($96 value).
The weekend long-celebration of creativity will feature an exciting schedule of family-friendly activities, 180+ jury-selected artists from throughout the United States and abroad, continuous live music and entertainment on two stages, gourmet food trucks, creative activities for kids at the Community Art Studio family area, free admission to Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (SMoCA) and more.