23 WIFR Community Events Calendar


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Fill The Truck For The Kittens And The Pups

Event Dates and Times

12/2/2017 - Starts: 10:00 AM - Ends: 3:00 PM
The Home Depot 6930 Argus Dr, Rockford, Illinois 61107

XPO LOGISTICS will be hosting Fill The Truck For The Kittens And The Pups Semi Drive for all the local Rockford animal shelters and a veterans organization.

Donation ideas for the shelters:
- Pet food (wet or dry)
- Pet beds, pet pads
- Bleach, hand sanitizer
- Blankets, paper towels
- Toys, food/water bowls
- Cat litter, treats
- Collars, leashes
- Brushes, nail trimmers

Along with the animal shelters, Circle of Change - Veterans Dog Program, will be joining us this year. This organization helps with the joining of a trained dog to a veteran who suffers from PTSD.

Representatives from each of the shelters and organizations will be on hand to answer any questions and pass out their information. This gives the Community an opportunity to see the resources that are available in regards to adopting a dog or cat and helping find a forever home for these animals.

Tons of raffle prizes will be on hand!

Kids will have the opportunity to have their picture taken with Hammy of the Rockford Ice Hogs, Homer from The Home Depot or have a pic taken sitting inside the Semi!

There will also be adoptable dogs at the event.

Feel free to bring your canine family member. We look forward and hope to see you there! Be sure to check back often for event and raffle prize updates. Help us make this the biggest "Fill The Truck" event yet!

Don't forget to check out our display at this years Festival Of Lights!

Donald Rolon

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Event Dates and Times

10/13/2017 - 1/28/2018
Rockford Art Museum 711 N. Main St. Rockford
A collection of photographs, videos, and literature exploring 1960s biker subculture. Opening night on Fri 10/14 includes a motorcycle rally in the Rockford Art Museum parking lot.

Admission: $7/adults, $3/kids