Stroll on State
Presented by Illinois Bank & Trust

Stroll on State

presented by Illinois Bank & Trust

Saturday, November 26, 2016

Stroll on State Highlights

Join the Rockford Area Convention & Visitors Bureau for the fourth annual Stroll on State, presented by Illinois Bank & Trust set for 3 – 9 p.m. on Saturday, November 26 in downtown Rockford. The event is free and open to the public.

“We hope that everyone joins us as we kickoff the holidays and take in the awe and wonder of this magical night,” said John Groh, RACVB president/CEO. “Stroll on State has become a wonderful tradition for the community and is something we look forward to throughout the entire year. Stroll on State is the perfect embodiment of the spirit of Rockford.”

Stroll on State, which is held on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, began in 2013. The event has continued to grow and expand in the past few years with more than 66,000 people attending the event in 2015.

Jeff Hultman, Illinois Bank & Trust president/CEO, announced that the bank will continue to support Stroll on State as the “Presenting Sponsor” through 2019. The announcement represents a three year extension of the bank’s support for Stroll on State.

“As a locally headquartered, leading provider of financial services in the greater Rockford area, Illinois Bank & Trust is excited to continue our sponsorship of Stroll on State.  We are excited to be a key supporter of the growing vibrancy in our downtown and increasing community connectivity, both of which are tied to the growing success of our region,” said Hultman. “We hope tens of thousands of individuals and families join Illinois Bank & Trust at Stroll on State 2016!”

Video Thumbnail - youtube - Stroll on State 2015 - Our City Our Story

Stroll on State Family Favorites...

  • Visits with Santa at SantaLand
  • Watching Randy Finch and his team create unique ice sculptures
  • Counting down to the downtown tree lighting
  • Viewing the fireworks show over the Rock River
  • Indulging in gooey S'mores and hot chocolate
  • Shopping for local goods at the Holiday Market and shops downtown