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Saturday - March 30, 2013

12:00PM - 15th Annual Bunnies and Bonnets Parade

All are welcome to Downtown Campbell's 15th Annual Bunnies & Bonnets Parade! The parade, beginning at 12pm, will feature marching bands, baton dancers, classic cars and more. It's a wonderful Campbell tradition the entire family can enjoy!


The parade will start at the east end of Downtown, by the railroad tracks, and run along Campbell Avenue to Third Street.  It will be held rain or shine.

Be sure to stop by a little early and stay a little late to enjoy the great atmosphere of Downtown Campbell! Prior to the parade, colored chalk will be provided for children to draw pictures on the street.

Are you a Campbell resident with a well-behaved dog who'd like to march with Campbell Canines in the parade?  Download this form, fill it out, and return it to Campbell Express, 334 E Campbell Ave, Campbell, CA 95008, or e-mail it to  There is no deadline.

Downtown Campbell
E. Campbell Ave [ map ]

Time: 12:00pm

Cost: free

Does anyone know if there are opportunities to have our little ones' picture taken with the Easter Bunny?
added on Mar 16, 2013 | author: Christina(Guest) | permalink
In past years, before the parade (around 11:30am or so) the Easter Bunny could be found walking around East Campbell Avenue, allowing parents to bring their children up and take a photo with him. It's very informal. You'd just need to bring your child(ren) early, stroll along the Avenue, and see if the Easter Bunny is there.

There will be photos with the Easter Bunny offered at the Eggstravaganza egg hunt at Campbell Community Center that same morning. Festivities will begin at 9am, and the egg hunt will start at 10:30am sharp.
added on Mar 16, 2013 | author: DCBA | permalink
Does anyone know about how long this will last?

added on Mar 25, 2013 | author: Missy(Guest) | permalink
Missy, that's hard to predict. It depends on the number of participants, and the number can vary widely from year to year. I would say it will probably last under an hour, but you'll probably want to give yourself 1.5 hours just in case.

I recommend arriving around 11:30am if you can. You can stake out a spot on the sidewalk, and the kids can draw on the pavement using chalk provided at various spots along Campbell Avenue.
added on Mar 25, 2013 | author: DCBA | permalink

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