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Sugar Grove Corn Boil July 27th, 28th, 29th, & 30th
50th Anniversary (1967-2017)
…where friends and family come together to have fun!
The theme for 2017 will be centered around the 50th anniversary: sharing the memories. The committee is looking for your help in providing memories of the Corn Boil over the years, through photos, videos, and stories. Please send submissions to our Facebook page, contact us by phone at 630-449-7999, or by mail at P. O. Box 225 Sugar Grove, IL 60554.
Our Mission is to give back to the community!
Hosted by the Sugar Grove Corn Boil, NFP volunteers, the corn boil provides local groups and vendors an opportunity to raise funds via the large audience. In addition, after our annual event is done and our books are balanced, we are able to share our profit with local not-for-profit organizations.
In 2016, the Corn Boil Committee presented checks to 18 local charities and organizations. Some of the recipients included the Sugar Grove Public Library, Sugar Grove Historical Society, Kaneland John Shields Elementary School, Conley Outreach Community Services, Marmion Academy cross country, Kaneland High School athletics and Drum Corps, Between Friends Food Pantry, and Special Olympics.
Please note: No coolers, outside alcoholic beverages, motorized vehicles, skateboards, roller blades, or pets allowed at festival (except for service animals).
Safety First. – Please watch your cigarettes, conditions in the park are dry. – Please clean up your space. – Please watch your children.
50th Anniversary of the Sugar Grove Corn Boil!!!
Thank you to all our sponsors, volunteers, and the Sugar Grove community for helping us put on an amazing event year after year. As many of you know the Corn Boil is organized and carried out by volunteers comprised of local businesses, community leaders, and community members. We are currently in planning mode for this years festivities. Our intent is to bring our community the best event that we can. The Corn Boil’s 50th anniversary is this year! We are looking to recruit new volunteers to be a part of history by helping us put on a spectacular anniversary event.
We are currently looking for Committee Chairpersons for the following committees: Facilities, Website, Marketing, and Sponsorship! Reach out to us on Facebook, contact a committee member, join us during our meetings, and share your ideas of how to help generate income to bring you the bands that you want to hear, the food that you want to eat, and the community event you are proud to be a part of!
The Sugar Grove Corn Boil NFP meets on the third Thursday of the month. We start at 6:30 p.m. and meet in the Sugar Grove Township Building on the corner of Main and Snow St. in the original downtown of Sugar Grove.
Please consider making a donation to help fund the Bob Bohler Memorial Fireworks and keep the tradition alive. Any donation is greatly appreciated and is tax deductible.
Check out the 2016 SGCB Car Show winners!
SGCB 5K results are now posted on the SGCB Running in the USA page.
Helping the community we serve is a vital reason we put on the Corn Boil each and every year. One of the ways we can help our community is by lending our voice to special causes. This year the Sugar Grove Corn Boil will be partnering with Giant Steps and lending our support to the autism community. Giant Steps is an organization that provides support to individuals and families affected by autism. One of the programs that Giant Steps provides is Canopy. Canopy is focused around meeting the needs of adults with autism, providing opportunities that help them interact and engage with others. These opportunities are vital to helping improve the quality of life for these individuals. To learn more about Giant Steps and the Canopy program, please visit www.mygiantsteps.org.
Thursday February 16th – 6:30 p.m. – Committee Meeting – Sugar Grove Township Building