Hot Dog Day
Friday, August 2, 2019
11 AM – 2 PM
A summertime favorite for more than 40 years!
Join us downtown for this annual tradition! Serving up 25¢ hot dogs, chips & drinks (while supplies last), along with a whole host of sidewalk sales, fun fair games and activities for kids of all ages!
Cooking Sites from 11 am – 2 pm (while supplies last)
Air Play Espresso & Bakery 115 E 3rd St
Big Brothers Big Sisters with Live Better Chiropractic 105 W 3rd St
City of Sterling – City Hall 212 3rd Ave
MyCountyMarket 210 W 3rd St
Golden Key Gifts – Hallmark Gold Crown Corner Ave G & W 4th St
Midland States Bank 302 First Ave
SBM Business Equipment Center 501 Locust St
Smitty’s Sew-N-Vac 505 E 3rd St
Vintage Cousins Emporium & The Emporium Build-A-Pet 318 First Ave
You can purchase 2019 HOT DOG DAY SHIRTS out front of the following locations (while supplies last):
Join the Fun Fair held in the parking lot of the YWCA of the Sauk Valley featuring a wide array of kids’ games and activities provide by area non-profits and community organizations.
This years activities brought to you by YWCA of the Sauk Valley, DD Homes, Salvation Army, U of Illinois Extensions – 4H, United Way of Whiteside County, VeriFacts, Inc., B.L.I.N.D., Sterling Rock Falls Family YMCA, Tri-County Opportunities Council Head Start, Focus Communications, Morningside of Sterling & Sauk Valley Area Chamber of Commerce
And a Special 1 PM Movie Matinee at the Sterling Theater “The Lion King” PLUS 25¢ Extra Small Popcorn (outside only)
Dunk Tank at Champs On Light Street
25¢ Cookie Special at Aurelio’s Bake Shop
FREE Cup of Ice Cream 11am – 1pm (while supplies last)
at CGH Vision Center parking lot as part of Patient Appreciation Days
Enter to Win a chance at a gift basket at Educators of Beauty 211 E 3rd St
25¢ Cookies – 25¢ Slice of Mitchell’s Melons – Sidewalk Sales & Indoor specials at Golden Key Gifts – Hallmark Gold Crown
25¢ Drafts at The Factory Pub n Grub
Don’t miss out of all the fun! Lots to explore all through Downtown Sterling!
We hope to once again partner with area youth from the BLIND Student Leadership Group. From running kids activities, helping cook & serve the hot dogs, selling our annual t-shirts, running a car wash, help with picking up litter, and documenting their journey on social media, these young leaders will be a dominate force in the success of this year’s event.
BLIND (Building Lasting Impressions that Never Die) is a leadership program for students in 11th and 12th grade. BLIND schools include Dixon, Fulton, Morrison, Newman, Rock Falls and Prophetstown. We are thankful for the contribution they make to our event!