Get ready to paw-ty Saturday, June 15th, for the tenth annual Rockin for Rescues: an 80s & 90s Themed Party presented by Lux Motors to raise money for It Takes a Village No Kill Rescue.

Where's the Paw-ty?

Taking place at Warehouse 410 in Downtown Evansville, Indiana this is one party you do not want to miss. Guests will enjoy a delicious dinner catered by Acropolis Catering, along with live 80s and 90s music by Nellis and Crosby, a cash bar, silent auction, fun photo booths and more. There will even be ITV animals onsite!

What to Wear

You are encouraged to break out your best 80s or 90s wardrobe, and join us as we raise money for the homeless animals of It Takes a Village. Don't forget the neon and Aquanet! If you'd like to purchase an event shirt (this is separate from your ticket purchase) you can find the totally rad shirt design here.

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Get Tickets to the Paw-ty!

Now that you know what to wear, you better grab a ticket to the event. Tickets are $60 per person, $110 for couples, or you can purchase a table for 8 for $450. Buy your tickets in advance of the event here.

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It Takes a Village No-Kill Rescue

It Takes a Village is a no-kill shelter that serves to care for homeless animals with two locations in Indiana.

Since first forming as a rescue in 2010, It Takes a Village has saved the lives of more than 10,000 homeless animals. Just in 2023 alone, the staff and volunteers facilitated the adoption of more than 1,000 animals between its two rescue locations. At any given time, there are approximately 200 animals in the care of ITV.

Although we do not discriminate based on breed, size or color, we have a particular interest in helping bully breeds, black dogs, animals with medical needs and other “hard-to-place” animals. Our mission is to “work as one in helping homeless animals irrespective of breed, location or circumstance.” We are a 501(c)(3) rescue.

Grab your friends and get ready to have a radically awesome time supporting the animals of It Takes a Village No Kill Rescue!

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Gallery Credit: Linda Lombardi