Favorite Breakfast in Town

Favorite Breakfast in Town

Rockford Buzz

Posted On: January 25, 2022

Share

Like

February is Hot Breakfast Month! So we want to know... who has the best breakfast in Rockford? Don't see your favorite on the list? Let us know and we will add them!

Favorite Breakfast Spot | Total Votes: 0

Ended February 26, 2022

More Rockford Buzz Stories

A Little Bit of Everything at Omakase

A Little Bit of Everything at Omakase

Right on the corner of E. State and Madison, you'll find Omakase, a ramen and sushi bar. We ventured in on a particularly hungry night to sample... almost everything.We started with Gyoza, traditional pork dumplings pan cooked with chili ponzu s.auce, and Crab Rangoon. Nothing beats a good appetizer, especially here! Everything was delivered hot and with the most amazing sauces. Gyoza is a personal favorite of mine, so I may be a little biased. They were delicious. I will be back.Next, we thought an entree would be the best choice. We went with the Teriyaki Steak dinner. We asked for it to be prepared rare, and this is definitely the place for you if you like your steak rare. They get it, they support it, they prepare it right. This was served with a generous heap (yes, heap) of grilled vegetables with amazing flavor. You get your choice of fried or white rice, and we wholeheartedly recommend the fried rice. It had such a fresh flavor and was definitely worth the extra few bucks. By now, we were full... but we knew we couldn't stop here.It was time for sushi! We ordered the Yellow Tail, the Scallop Roll, and the Omakase Roll. We couldn't pass up ordering their namesake roll that features scallops, crab, avocado, green onion, baked with a sweet soy mao and sriracha sauce, and topped with masago and red tobiko. The Yellow Tail and Scallop Roll were great mild choices, perfect for anyone new to sushi. The Omakase Roll brought some heat in a delicious way! This is a bolder roll, but we are glad we ordered it. The presentation alone was beautiful.Of course, we finished with mochi. And we recommend you do as well. Be sure to make a reservation, as they fill up fast on busy nights. It's worth the extra planning for this delicious experience.

May 18, 2022

Rockton Pelican Fest Celebrates  American White Pelicans and the Community

Rockton Pelican Fest Celebrates American White Pelicans and the Community

The 2nd annual Rockton Pelican Fest will be held May 21, 2022, 10 AM to 3 PM in downtown Rockton and is presented by the Village of Rockton, JR Finally Art Studio & Gallery, Natural Land Institute and Sinnissippi Audubon Society.It’s a free family oriented event that gives people of all ages the opportunity to learn about and celebrate the return of the American White Pelicans to the Rock River and nearby Nygren Wetland Preserve during their migration period.Families and individuals will be able to spend time together exploring historic downtown Rockton, local shops, restaurants, outdoor vendor booths, participating in activities, and attending lectures about birds and other wildlife. Local shops and restaurants will have pelican-themed specials, the booths will host kids activities and some might even have a live bird to see. Rockton Village Hall will host presentations at 11 AM by “Hoo” Haven with their pelican, Rocky Road, and at 1 PM Jennifer Kuroda, President, Sinnissippi Audubon Society, will talk about Peregrine Falcons. Talcott Free Library will host kids activities, displays, and other information related to pelicans and wildlife.Stateline Mass Transit District will be providing a free shuttle bus service from downtown Rockton to the Nygren Wetland Preserve Wildlife Overlook (3714 W. Rockton Rd., Rockton) throughout the festival. A knowledgeable volunteer will be there to greet visitors and talk about birds and other wildlife. Free guided walking tours of Nygren Wetland will start at the Wildlife Overlook at 11 AM and 12:30 PM. An Early Bird Walk is scheduled for 7:30 AM at the Wildlife Overlook presented by Sinnissippi Audubon Society.Rockton Pelican Fest is sponsored by Winnebago County Pheasants Forever and Sinnissippi Audubon Society.For more information about participating businesses and specials, booths and kids activities, and other information visit: www.naturalland.org, www.sinnissippiaudubon.org, and www.jillraefinallyart.com.

May 15, 2022

The New Flavors at Octane

The New Flavors at Octane

Haven’t been to Octane in a while? A lot has changed, and the flavors are amazing! Don’t worry, their staple menu items are still there for our nostalgic souls to enjoy.  You don’t go to Octane and skip the drink menu. Their unique cocktail list and flavors truly make drinking an experience. Ask for a virgin concoction to get the experience without the alcohol.Next up, an appetizer. We had to try the Pork Lumpia. I know, this is technically an entree… but we do what we want around here. I had been craving these for months and all that anticipation did not let me down. These were everything I wanted them to be. The sweet chili sauce was light, not syrupy, and the simple dish was really elevated with the garlic fried rice. 10/10, will order again!When we got around to the main event, we had to try a bao. We went for the light flavors in the Seared Tuna Bao, and added fries because potatoes are sacred. This bad has marinated tuna, cucumbers, daikon radish, and sesame lime mayo. This is great for folks that love light and fresh flavors!Last but not least, we tried the Beef Bulgogi Noodles with the gluten free twist of subbing rice for the noodles. The flavors in this bowl were phenomenal. Anyone who can fry the perfect egg is my hero, and this was perfection. Nothing beats breaking the yolk and letting it flow. Served with chopsticks, I have to take a moment to thank Octane for preparing the steak and veggies to the right size for forkless dining. You can also order this mild, medium, or hot… and they bring hot sauce out if you really love spice and can’t get enough. I loaded mine up with heat and loved every bite.  We cannot wait to go back and enjoy all the new items on the menu! 

May 11, 2022

A League of Their Own 30th Anniversary Celebration

A League of Their Own 30th Anniversary Celebration

Rockford celebrates their rich baseball history as A League of Their Own celebrates it’s 30th anniversary! July 4th weekend is full of Rockford Peaches celebratory events, all building toward the celebrity baseball game.We're thrilled to have Megan Cavanagh (played Marla 'What a Hitter' Hooch) sharing her warmth and humor with the Rockford community again after having headlined the 75th Anniversary Celebration of the Rockford Peaches in 2018. Megan will be an integral part of our Celebration at all venues. She has proved to be a real League of Their Own fan favorite!The International Women's Baseball Center (IWBC) and its League of Their Own 30th Celebration (LOTO30) Committee has chosen July 1st to kick-off this two-day party for Rockford because it will be 30 years to that the movie premiered - July 1, 1992.*****The Suds Bucket Bash!*****5:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Friday, July 1, 2022The Standard, 214 E. State St., Rockford, IL$100 per person / 400 person capacityThe evening includes live and video entertainment, autograph and photo opportunities with Megan as well as players from the original Rockford Peaches and the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL). Special appearances by students from The Studio performing songs from this summer's debut of the original production of the "Girls of Summer" about the Rockford Peaches and pop-up 40s swing dancers hit the floor when you least expect it! Move over Madonna!Who can forget that raucous Suds Bucket bar scene from A League of Their Own and Marla Hooch's boozy rendition of "It's Got to Be You"? Join us and Megan Cavanagh fora special 1940s party for 400 sponsors and guests on the top two floors of The Standard with rooftop patio views ofthe City and the Market below.Guests can partake of appetizers and desserts catered by Greenfire, as well as cash bar offerings and Signature drinks from the Suds Bucket bars on both floors.After Megan Cavanagh arrives by limo to meet the press and greet the crowd from the Pavilion Stage, Friday night's Celebration gets underway. The Market theme is everything "Peaches" - from food to special vendor merchandise. IWBC's 1940s Peaches-era bus will be parked adjacent to the Market for photo ops. The bus restoration's $100,000 goal is the focus of the LOTO30 Celebration and GoFundMe campaign.Limited edition LOTO30 merchandise benefiting IWBC will be sold at the SPoRT booth in the lower level of the City Market building. IWBC's booth will host AAGPBL players signing autographs, Midway Village Museum joins the Rockford Park District in their booth with Rockford Peaches displays and children's activities celebrating baseball.*****Friday Night Flix Showing of A League of Their Own*****7:00 PM to Movie End, Friday, July 1, 2022Davis Park, Rockford, ILFree to the publicFriday Night Flix hosts a special showing of A League of Their Own, voted one of the top ten sports movies of all time. Pre-movie entertainment includes 1940s-era swing dancers recreating scenes from the movie at the Suds Bucket, along with students from The Studio performing songs from their upcoming original musical "Girls of Summer."The International Women's Baseball Center will provide baseball-themed activities while kids are waiting for the movie to start and one small complimentary Peaches pennant will be handed out to the first 300 children under 12 as they enter the park. Vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s will be displayed next to Davis Park for nostalgic photo ops with friends and family Just before the movie starts Megan Cavanagh, who played Marla Hooch, arrives to greet the crowd.*****IWBC Meet & Greet at Beyer Park*****10:00 AM to 11:30 AM, Saturday, July 2, 202215th Ave. and Seminary St., Rockford, ILFree to the publicIWBC Board members will be set up on the actual grounds of the future $10 million museum site to talk to the public about their plans. AAGPBL players and Megan Cavanagh will be on hand to sign autographs ahead of the afternoon's Celebrity Softball Game.Children's activities related to baseball in the STEAM Zone will be available for families to enjoy ahead of the afternoon Celebrity Softball Game.*******Celebrity Baseball Game*****12 Noon to 1:30 PM, Saturday, July 2, 2022Beyer Park Field on Seminary St., Rockford, ILFree to the publicMayor Tom McNamara throws out the first pitch to start a rambunctious, but friendly, game of softball before adoring fans of the movie. The Opposing Team boasts local softball talent from RVC, the Screw City Sluggers, Rockford Park District, Rockford 60+ Softball and Midwest Aftershock Softball.Play by Play Announcer Mike Peck, Sr. Director for Marketing & Content for the IceHogs, and Color Announcer Bob 'Mr. Baseball' Presman, will keep the audience laughing. Food and drink vendors will be on site offering a variety of ballpark fare.Megan Cavanagh, who played Marla 'What a Hitter' Hooch, will join a local celebrity team Beyer field to reprise her 2018 appearance for the 75th Anniversary of the RockfordPeaches and the AAGPBL.Events and details can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/ALeagueOfTheirOwn30

May 8, 2022

Weekend Roundup: May 6 - May 8, 2022

Weekend Roundup: May 6 - May 8, 2022

The sun will come out tomorrow! This weekend is PACKED with fun things to do with Mom and anyone else you love. And with warmer weather on the horizon… let’s just call this the unofficial start of summer.FridayYoga! Yoga! Yoga! …I don’t think that’s how that goes… but regardless, yoga has returned to Anderson Japanese Gardens, hosted by 815Yoga. With single drop in prices and packages available, anyone can find their zen.Who likes wine and supporting their community!? Us too. KFACT (Keeping Families and Communities Together), is celebrating the successes of the Lady All Stars mentoring program by partnering with Artale Wine Co. to raise awareness and funds for KFACT class of 2022 graduating class! Join them in raising funds to provide each KFACT graduating high school senior with college and career essentials for their transition into post-secondary education. Get your tickets at the door for $15 (Cash Only).SaturdayCars and Coffee kicks off this Saturday! Coffee, donuts, Girl Scout cookies, a special appearance by Hammy from the IceHogs, and so much more. We hear rumors that there will even be a Model T hanging out.  The Kentucky Derby is running and the place to see all the action is Shooter’s Tap Room above Don Carter Lanes. With food trucks, live music, and more, this is going to be the biggest Derby Party around. Place your bets, and let the race begin!SundayIt’s Mother’s Day! Treat your mom, or mom-figure, to a day of delicious eats. Start with brunch at Franchesco’s and then head over to Barnstormer Distillery for floral cocktails and BBQ.Don’t make mom do dishes…Find all the details for these events and more: https://rockfordbuzz.com/events

May 6, 2022

The Most Important Meal of Day Should Always Include Waffles

The Most Important Meal of Day Should Always Include Waffles

If you have never been to the Waffle Shop off of Riverside, it's time to wander in for a meal. Whether you prefer breakfast or lunch, this menu has something for everyone and prices that will bring you back for more.We couldn't go to the Waffle Shop and not order a waffle, of course. We stuck with the traditional belgian waffle, without any toppings, to give us the best test of this item. If you like to suit up your waffle, they have plenty of toppings to choose from. This waffle did not disappoint! The crisp crust gave through to a fluffy interior. The crust kept the waffle from getting soggy, and let's face it... no one wants a soggy waffle. I actually sampled the waffle last, and it was still crisp by the end of the meal. Served with warm syrup and butter, the waffle is a meal in itself, but you know we didn't stop there.Skillets are my personal breakfast favorite. There is just something about a pile of random meat, vegetables, cheeses, and more on a plate that gets my mouth watering. We gave the corn beef hash skillet a try. Now, I understand that corn beef hash is a polarizing breakfast item. You either love it, or you hate it. Personally, I love it. It came with my choice of cheese, red peppers, onions, and more. It came from the kitchen piping hot, and with a side of hot sauce. The flavors really meld together, and the generous portion got me through a long day of work. What I truly appreciated was the fresh vegetables. No canned mushrooms here. Everything looked freshly hand-prepped and tasted amazing.We looked over the menu and saw a few fan favorites like Swedish pancakes, chicken and waffles, and a full lunch menu... in case eggs and bacon aren't your thing. Stop in and give the Waffle Shop a try for your next breakfast outing.

May 4, 2022

Favorite BBQ in the 815

Favorite BBQ in the 815

National Barbecue Month in May encourages us to break out our special recipes and get some mouthwatering deliciousness started. But if you want to celebrate without the work, just stop in to your favorite local BBQ joint... and then tell us about it by voting for your favorite!

May 3, 2022

Stepping Stones of Rockford will Conduct a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at New Outpatient Counseling Center,

Stepping Stones of Rockford will Conduct a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at New Outpatient Counseling Center,

Stepping Stones of Rockford is proud to announce it will hold a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Open House to give the public an opportunity to tour our new outpatient Counseling Center. The event will be held, during nationally recognized Mental Health Month, on Thursday, May 12, 2022 from 11:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. The Ribbon Cutting ceremony will be at 11:30 a.m., followed by tours of the facility. About the Counseling Center: The Counseling Center serves children aged six and older, adolescents and adults with severe emotional disturbances or serious mental illnesses, and their families. The center was made possible by a generous grant from the Winnebago County Community Mental Health Board (WCCMHB), whose funding is generated by a voter approved 1/2 cent sales tax to help fund mental health and substance abuse services throughout Winnebago County. Services at the center include: Comprehensive Assessment and Individualized Treatment; On-Site and Tele-Psychiatry; Individual and Family Counseling and Case Management. Services are prioritized for those who are eligible for Medicaid but are available to anyone in need who qualifies. To schedule an assessment or make a referral, please call 779-970-5605. Susan Schroeder, CEO, LCSW of Stepping Stones of Rockford, Inc. said about the Counseling Center: “It has been my dream for years for Stepping Stones to bring mental health services to children, adolescents and their families. We are grateful to the voters of Winnebago County and the Winnebago County Community Mental Health Board for helping to make this a reality. I believe members of our community, who need mental health services, should have choices in where they receive that care. This center is now available to offer another option for counseling and related care.” About Stepping Stones of Rockford, Inc.: Stepping Stones of Rockford, Inc. is a private 501 ( c ) ( 3 ) nonprofit behavioral healthcare organization that provides mental health services to children aged six and older and adolescents with severe emotional disturbances and housing and psychiatric rehabilitation services for adults with serious mental illnesses. Since beginning as a single halfway house in 1969, Stepping Stones has grown to become northern Illinois’ leading provider of community based residential programs designed to meet the housing and recovery needs of adults with serious mental illnesses. To learn more about Stepping Stones, please visit https://steppingstonesrockford.org.

May 1, 2022

Weekend Roundup: April 29 - May 1

Weekend Roundup: April 29 - May 1

This weekend, it’s gonna be MAY! Thanks, Justin Timberlake, for the awesome segue. It’s also going to be the last round of Earth Month events, a huge weekend of comedy, and a flashback game of baseball as the Peaches take the field.FridayNicholas Conservatory is hosting a tree giveaway to homeowners, provided by Living Lands & Waters as part of their Million Trees Project.12-24” Red, Swamp White, and Bur Oak bare root saplings, suitable for your residence, will be available for pick-up in the Nicholas Conservatory & Gardens parking lot.Comedy is all over town! Check out Ernie’s Midtown Pub, Franchesco’s, the Coronado, and more to get your laugh on.SaturdayKick-off your paddle season with Rocktown Adventure’s Paddle Sports Demo Day. Test paddle kayaks, canoes, and SUPs under the watchful eye of our paddlesport staff in short 10-15 minute segments and really learn what fits you best. You will get some paddling tips, so there is knowledge to be had!Wolf Hollow strongly believes that you should never have to apologize or be made to feel indifferent for loving the strange things that make your weird little heart happy, and that all starts by encouraging the youth to express that. They will have 7 local artists ages 9 to 15 selling their wonderfully strange and unusual artwork. Come show your support for these unique young artists!SundayJoin Midway Village to celebrate the seasonal opening of their Victorian Village and watch the women of the Rockford Peaches Living History League play ball! Visitors can also tour the Victorian Village, view the Rockford Peaches exhibit in the Main Museum Center, and shop unique Rockford Peaches merchandise.Find all the details for these events and more: https://rockfordbuzz.com/events

April 29, 2022

Grab a Slice at Windsor Pizza Parlor

Grab a Slice at Windsor Pizza Parlor

My daily commute recently changed, bringing me past Windsor Pizza Parlor regularly! As a self-proclaimed pizza aficionado, I couldn't leave the pie unsampled for long.We walked in and really loved the theme. There are race car memorabilia everywhere, giving you plenty to look at while you smell the delicious pizza cooking. We started the meal with their Garlic Parmesan Breadsticks. Garlic. Parmesan. Bread in stick form. Need we say more? These came out piping hot and with a side of warm sauce. Warm. That's an extra step that I truly appreciate.When it came time to order pizza, we built our own, right down to our crust style. You get to choose from braided, edgeless, or double (if you like A LOT of dough). We went with edgeless because it's not an option we often see on menus! I personally love a messy meal and edge-to-edge toppings, so this was a great option. But honestly, I went back a second time to order the braided pizza... because I had to try their original crust after finding out that it's made fresh and never frozen. If you prefer your pizza with handles, the braided crust won't disappoint. It has a crisp outer shell, but the dough inside is soft. The braid offers a distinctive look that sets Windsor Pizza Parlor apart.If pizza isn't your thing, don't worry! They have a full menu with burgers, wings, and more. Looking for a fast lunch? Try their lunch special: $5.75 for 2 slices of pizza and a soda.Try them out for your next meal!

April 27, 2022

Weekend Roundup: April 22-24

Weekend Roundup: April 22-24

This weekend, the scene is all about our earth and art! Join our city in the art takeover and support local artists, while celebrating Earth Day.FridayRockford Art Deli is doing a free print on Earth Day itself from 12pm-6pm. In collaboration with Allmade Apparel, bring in any older tee to recycle, and they will give you a brand new Allmade unisex adult tee FREE to get the second globe design printed on! ArtScene kicks off! ArtScene is a regional, biannual, gallery walk hosted at over 30 locations throughout Winnebago County. During ArtScene, existing galleries, and pop-up galleries alike, display and sell the work of dozens of local artists. Admission to every venue is free and open to the public.Spring ArtScene’s kickoff will begin with the Poetry Prelude, 4 p.m., at Rockford City Hall.Spring ArtScene 2022 is April 22 and 23—5-9 p.m. on Friday night and 4-9 p.m. on Saturday night.All venues will have maps/artist listings for visitors.SaturdayRecord Store Day is here! Stop by Culture Shock all day for live music, food trucks, deals, and VINYL. Everything is first come first serve, so get there early to get your top picks.Fashion is an amazing form of art. Celebrate it with a local boutique crawl featuring 18 of Rockford's Boutiques. Pick up a punch card at one of the participating stores, shop, buy and get your card punched. Get at least 5 punches to be entered into a HUGE drawing of a $25 gift card from EACH store.SundayEnjoy the 38th annual Heritage Run, sponsored by Winnebago County CASA! Run through scenic Midway Village. View the beauty and history of Rockford while supporting children in our community.Think you are the best gamer? If you’ve got what it takes, come and compete against others in the Rockford Rumble 13 Super Mash Bros Ultimate Tournament.Find all the details for these events and more: https://rockfordbuzz.com/events

April 22, 2022

Eat and Drink Local at Prairie Street Brewhouse

Eat and Drink Local at Prairie Street Brewhouse

If you are a local beer fan, you are a Prairie Street Brewhouse fan. They offer a huge variety of food and drink, giving you (and us!) a reason to visit them regularly. If outdoor dining is your thing, it is perfect on their expansive dock with a stunning river view. Let’s dive in!Life is not complete without appetizers, so we started with the Not So Irish Spring Rolls: house-made corned beef brisket, sauerkraut, Swiss and white cheddar cheese rolled in a crispy wonton and served with thousand island dressing. I urge you to try these, even if sauerkraut is not a regular in your dining menu. The flavors melt together beautifully for a savory kick-off to your meal. It pairs well with many of the beers as well. This was a pretty hearty app as well, always a pleasant experience!For dinner, we started with the Baja-style Shrimp Tacos: black garlic marinated shrimp, Baja sauce, cabbage slaw, queso fresco, spicy pickled red onion & sweet corn, and cilantro on flour tortillas. Served with chips and delicious salsa. This one has a bit of a spicy kick! If you are sensitive to spice, be aware. Spice fans will enjoy the subtle heat that doesn’t mask the other wonderful flavors on these tacos. The shrimp are large and flavorful.Next up was the Cajun Mac ’n Cheese: a blend of cheeses with ham, chicken, shallots, white wine, pasta, and breadcrumbs. This one we ordered gluten-free. One thing I truly appreciate about PSB is how well they cook their GF pasta. It doesn’t take away from the flavor or consistency of the dish. Their whole menu is very GF friendly! This one has a very subtle warmth to it, but I wouldn’t categorize it as spicy. The ham adds a fun flavor note that feels nostalgic to mom’s mac.Next time you want to eat AND drink local, check out Prairie Street Brewhouse.

April 20, 2022

Celebrity Softball Game at Beyer Park and IWBC Meet & Greet At Beyer Park

Celebrity Softball Game at Beyer Park and IWBC Meet & Greet At Beyer Park

Midway Village Museum Announces a New Effort to Collect Artifacts and Stories From Rockford’s Camp Grant

Midway Village Museum Announces a New Effort to Collect Artifacts and Stories From Rockford’s Camp Grant

Midway Village Museum is developing a new permanent exhibit to tell the story of Rockford’s Camp Grant, and they are announcing the launch of a new effort to collect artifacts and stories to support the future exhibit. Community members who have family stories and/or artifacts are encouraged to add them to our Camp Grant collection by visiting the museum website: https://www.midwayvillage.com/midway-camp-grant.html. Central to the museum’s mission to collect, preserve, and interpret the history of the Rockford region is to comprehensively tell the story of Camp Grant. As the U.S. entered World War I in 1917, Rockford community leaders successfully campaigned the federal government to build an Army Infantry Training Camp on the land where today’s airport now operates. Camp Grant soon became a significant element of the city’s growth, as new roads and public services were developed and hundreds of buildings were built with local labor and supplies. The onset of World War II saw a dramatic expansion of Camp Grant, during which 330,000 soldiers came through its gates. Camp Grant also became a center for the training of medical personnel and the housing of prisoners of war. It served as a rallying point for local war efforts, a source of job growth and economic development, and forever changed the demographics of the community’s population. The Camp Grant exhibit will become part of Midway Village Museum’s permanent exhibit space, and will use a timeline-based approach with artifacts and stories to vividly recount the history of the camp. Of particular importance will be the lasting impact on the Rockford community, including how African American soldiers who trained at Camp Grant brought a new diversity to the region. 

April 17, 2022

Weekend Roundup: April 15-17

Weekend Roundup: April 15-17

Easter weekend is here! Between your brunches and egg hunts, check out these great events around town.FridayGetting married? Hi Beautiful Bridal is hosting an Open House to showcase dresses, accessories, and more. Sip some delicious beverages while enjoying the inspiring atmosphere.Share your words, songs, and stories at 317 Art Collective’s monthly Open Mic, hosted by Goddess Warrior the Poet. Open mic is 6 pm - 8 pm, followed by a social hour.SaturdayCelebrate Earth Day Month by swapping plants from 1 pm - 3 pm at the Rockford Public Library on 1238 S Winnebago Street! Bring a plant to swap or come and take one. Ask questions about plant care and gardening. Share your love of plants.Celebrate the brilliant full moon at Severson Dells with a walk through the woodland and prairie while enjoying the emergence of nocturnal wildlife.SundaySunday is Easter! Enjoy one of the many brunches around town, time with your loved ones, or even a nap! The world is your Easter egg.Find all the details for these events and more: https://rockfordbuzz.com/events

April 15, 2022

×

Post Interaction!

By clicking "Interested", "Like", or "Favorite" cool things happen!

Add the event, place, or deal to your "My Rockford" page

Let's us know what kind of Stories and Videos you like

Log in to interact!