Everyone loves the Bunny. But for children and families with special need, seeing Bunny can bring stress, anxiety and even panic. For those with sensory sensitivities, a Bunny visit can mean crowded spaces, long lines and a swirl of competing noise that can create an overstimulating and upsetting environment. That’s why we’ve created a sensory-friendly experience that welcomes guest with all types of special needs to enjoy an eggs-tra special morning with Bunny before regular center activities begin!
The event will take place near Easter set located in center court between Dillard’s and JCPenney . Sensitive Bunny Event will include a meet and greet with the Easter Bunny, an opportunity for professional photos, and sensory friendly activities.
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