Join us for the Shepherd’s Circle Barn Dance to support Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital.
As we work to keep our communities safe and healthy, we will monitor current CDC, system, state and local guidelines to ensure all proper safety measures are in place. Event updates and important information will be presented on the event website and will be shared in e-communications with our guests.
*In addition to the local Food Truck favorites available to all guests we have added a NEW option to pre-order a whole food, plant-based dish. If you or a guest are interested in this opportunity you will be prompted during registration to provide your information and we will contact you to make your selection.
All pre-orders must be submitted by Friday, August 13. No orders will be accepted after the deadline or the evening of the event.
Country-casual attire is encouraged. This year’s event will be held on a grassy lawn – it’s time to dust off your country boots!
Live entertainment will be provided by Rockstar Rodeo.
Self-parking is available at Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital in parking lot A.
Uber, Lyft or taxi friendly drop-off and pick-up areas are available.
For more information, please contact Tammy Darr at 847-269-2159 or Tamara.Darr@aah.org.
To secure tickets or sponsorship via credit card please visit our event page at advocategiving.org/barndance.
Due to production deadlines, all sponsorships must be secured by August 6, 2021 to ensure recognition on printed materials.
All corporate donors of $10,000 and above will receive membership into Advocate Aurora Health’s Corporate Partners in Philanthropy Program which includes an exclusive invitation to the Corporate Briefing Event.
Please note that a charitable contribution is not premised or conditioned upon conducting business with Advocate Aurora Health.
Additional Sponsorship Details
At Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital, we help people live well. We recognize proper nutrition is key to a healthy lifestyle and food is often the best medicine. Helping people learn to eat well in a simple and affordable way allows them to take greater control of their own health, which is why nutrition is a key pillar of the new Center for Health and Integrative Medicine.
Our whole-person approach to health and nutrition can support a full range of conditions and needs – from chronic disorders and food allergies to general health and wellness. Philanthropic dollars from this year’s Barn Dance will support nutrition services including education and classes, tools for behavior modification and lifestyle-change support.
Paul and Barbara Hills
Foglia Family Foundation
Tri-County Emergency Physicians, LTD
Dr. John and Jean Beckerman
Jessica and Dominic Green
Karen and Jack Lambert
Katie and Brett Stetson