Bring on the magic this Holiday season!  Be a part of the biggest Holiday festival of the year in Rockford, Illinois at Stroll on State on Saturday, November 26th.

The team at Stroll on State are always looking for extra hands to help them make this event the best it can possibly be every year.  You up for the challenge?

Attending all the festivities is fun, but to say you painted a candy cane, strung Christmas lights downtown, or even built life-sized presents that are on display all over downtown Rockford?  Even COOLER!

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You don't have to be an artist or even extremely creative to volunteer at Stroll on State. That's the best part about joining the team, they have a job for everyone!

Since Stroll on State is just around the corner; Saturday, November 26th - just 2 days after Thanksgiving.  That means IT'S CRUNCH TIME!

Volunteers between 12 and 15 years old are allowed and welcome when accompanied by a parent or guardian. Volunteers that are 16-17 years old are allowed and welcome with a signed waiver by parent or guardian. - SOS

Here are when volunteers are needed:

- Santa's Workshop every Tuesday and Saturday. 

You can help create new decorations and help repair old Stroll on State décor.

- Decoration Days on Friday, November 18th & Saturday, November 19th.

They need TONS of volunteers to help put out giftboxes, light the trees, hang garland and decorate downtown.  Let's make Rockford look gorgeous!

- During Stroll on State on Saturday, November 26th.

"It takes over 4,000 volunteer hours to make Stroll a reality.  Any time you can give is greatly appreciated!  Grab your family and friends, work a shift and then enjoy the rest of the day!"

- Stroll on State "Back in the Box" day on Saturday, January 7th. 

There will be two volunteer shifts from 8:00 a.m. - 12 p.m. and 1:00 - 5:00 p.m.  They need hands to box away all the decorations!

Learn about all the volunteer opportunities for Stroll on State here!

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