Annual Bunny Daze is just around the corner in Langley

  • Wednesday, April 5, 2017 4:00pm
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A bunny craze is about to hit Langley.

The 2017 Bunny Daze event will be held from April 9-15. Bunny merchandise will be for sale in shops around town.

At 11 a.m. on Saturday, April 15, Langley Mayor Tim Callison will make an official proclamation, followed by a “rabbit hunt” for kids.

Domesticated rabbits over populating the city was the subject of national and regional news programs in 2015 when eliminating the rabbit population became the center of discussion. Merchants soon hopped onto the growing interest in bunnies and featured them on bunny themed products, such as chocolate bunnies and t-shirts.

The event is sponsored by Langley Main Street.

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