Registration is open for Heartland Animal Shelter Walk of Love June 8

  • Adoptable Lylac is a beautiful 5 year old black and white cat. She will be cheering the walkers on from her post in the Cat Room.

    Adoptable Lylac is a beautiful 5 year old black and white cat. She will be cheering the walkers on from her post in the Cat Room.

 
Janice Greenberg
Updated 5/28/2019 7:49 AM

Walkers and their canine companions will have a howling good time at the Heartland Animal Shelter Walk of Love, Saturday, June 8 at 9:30 a.m. at Erickson Woods in Winnetka.

This event, which is in a new location, will include a leisurely walk along a beautiful trail with the option to walk for one mile, one and a half miles, or two miles! It will be followed by breakfast, raffles, activities for children, friendly competitions for adults, entertainment and more!

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Erickson Woods is located at 1651 Willow Rd, Winnetka. Everyone is welcome with or without a dog. The Walk of Love registration fee is $30 in advance and $35 at the door. Children 3-12 years old are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. Families (up to four people) are $90 in advance and $95 at the door. Each registrant will also receive a Walk of Love T-shirt.

Visit the Heartland website to learn more about the Walk of Love, register and find out how to earn free admission to the event. https://www.heartlandanimalshelter.org/walk-of-love/

About Heartland Animal Shelter

Heartland Animal Shelter is a no-kill humane 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to finding permanent, loving homes for homeless animals and promotes responsible pet ownership through education, community outreach, and collaboration, while maintaining respect and compassion for all creatures. Dr. Herbert Preiser opened Heartland Animal Shelter in 2002 and the shelter just celebrated its 15th year of operation with over 10,000 animals saved!

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