Acme Fresh Market will host a pet adoption event this weekend, July 22 and 23, at the Summit County Humane Society in Twinsburg, Ohio.
New fur parents will receive 50 percent off all adoption fees and $50 in pet coupons from Acme Fresh Market.
On Saturday, Bob Golic, former Cleveland Browns defensive tackle and radio host, will broadcast live from the Humane Society from noon to 4 p.m., and attendees will be able to spin a prize wheel from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Pittsburgh Steelers training camp begins next week at Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. Fans can stop by the Steelers Nation Unite Tent to spin the Prize Wheel for a chance to score prizes.
No AFC team has held its training camp in the same location longer than the Pittsburgh Steelers. The camp has been held at Saint Vincent College each year since 1966.
“We are very proud of our long and successful history of working closely together with the Steelers,” said college president Br. Norman W. Hipps.
Admission and parking are free to the camp. Picnic baskets and canned beverages are allowed, but no grills, alcohol, glass containers or animals other than service dogs allowed. You can view the full schedule on the Steelers web site.
Broad City, the Comedy Central series, is set to unveil a life-size coloring book activation on Thursday for Comic-Con.
The activation is open to everyone and will take place across the street from the San Diego Convention Center at the San Diego Wine & Culinary Center.
Attendees will be able to help create and color in a life-size book of show-themed illustrations designed by Broad City artist Mike Perry. In addition to coloring, the activation also will include a manicure station featuring custom Broad City-inspired designs, a temporary tattoo station and a prize wheel, where fans can spin for Broad City T-shirts, hats and more.
The activation will run Thursday, July 20, through Saturday, July 22, from 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday, July 23, from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tomorrow, July 16, is National Ice Cream Day and several businesses are offering freebies and deals in Atlanta.
Mayfield Creamery will include spins on the Prize Wheel to go with ice cream samples. You can find them at SunTrust Park, lot 29, for the Atlanta Braves tailgate party. The free samples and spins will be dished out before the game starts at 1:35 p.m.
Other ice cream deals can be found at Carvel, McDonald’s, Cold Stone Creamery and Marble Slab Creamery.
An Affair of the Heart, Oklahoma’s largest arts, crafts and boutiques show, begins today, July 14, in Tulsa. The three-day shopping event features unique, one-of-a-kind and often handmade items from jewelry and handbags to furniture, clothing and gourmet foods.
News On 6 will be at the River Spirit Expo today spinning the Prize Wheel until 3. They will also be collecting money for Food for Kids.
Tickets for the event cost $8, with $1 of each ticket donated to Food for Kids. More than 450 vendors from 22 states will sell everything from jewelry, clothes, home decorations and food.
Next month’s Regina Folk Festival returns to Victoria Park in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. The outdoor music festival will include more than two dozen Canadian musicians.
This year’s festival features Tegan and Sara, Lights, Buffy Sainte-Marie and many more!
CBC will be sponsoring the Sunlit Stage #2. The broadcaster’s tent will include the Prize Wheel with great CBC summer swag.
The Regina Folk Festival will be held from August 10-13, 2017.
Three Rivers Festival draws nearly half a million visitors each summer to Headwaters Park, in the heart of downtown Fort Wayne. The nine day festival is in full swing and will run through July 15.
Hoosier Lottery, one of the sponsors for this year’s festival, is offering spins on the Prize Wheel. They will return to the emporium area of the festival on Thursday, July 13, to offer spinners the chance to win lottery tickets.
Since 1969, the Three Rivers Festival has grown to become Indiana’s second largest summer festival. The festivities include a parade, arts fair, children’s festival, live entertainment, concessions, amusement rides and one of the largest fireworks shows in Northeast Indiana.