Sugar Grove Corn Boil 2014 will start July 25

Sugar Grove Corn Boil 2014
July 25, 26, and 27, 2014…where friends and family come together to have fun!

Top 10 reasons to check out the Corn Boil

A very important responsibility of the Corn Boil is giving back to the community. The three-day event 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, e.g. Between Friends Food Pantry, West Town Human Services Network, Sugar Grove Park District, the Township Senior Center, Big Rock Park District, and many other important organizations. Over the years, many organizations have hosted the Sugar Grove Corn Boil beginning with neighbors, then the Community Club, the Village of Sugar Grove, the Sugar Grove Chamber of Commerce, and since 2004, the volunteer run Sugar Grove Corn Boil, NFP.

Corn Boil 2014 festival
Corn Boil 2014 festival

Also: Check out the Illinois State Fair this year!

Located at Volunteer Park

Information Tent
Located in the center of the park: close to the Food, the Vendors, and the FUN! Stop by to visit, check on a scheduled event, for our Lost & Found, and ATM services. The Information Tent is the contact point for Senior Shuttle service to the Parking Lot.
What do you LIKE about Corn Boil? Tell us what you think. The Corn Boil Committee is all EARS when it come to planning for next year.

Please note: No coolers, outside alcoholic beverages, motorized vehicles, skateboards, roller blades, or pets allowed at festival (except for service animals).

New this year at the Corn Boil- we have added a smoke free zone which will be located in the main dining tent.

Safety First.
– Please watch your cigarettes, conditions in the park are dry.
– Please clean up your space.
– Please watch your children.

Lost Children
Parents/guardians reporting or inquiring about lost children should contact the nearest police officer, Information Tent, or Corn Boil Committee person. That person will immediately contact the on-site Police with all important information about the child. This information will be disseminated to all relevant parties in the park.

A found, “lost,” child will be handed over to a Sugar Grove police representative. The child will remain with Public Safety Office until the parties are reunited. To expedite the return of a child back to his/her parents/guardians, please consider participation in our Kids Safety Wristband program.

The Sugar Grove Corn Boil is a volunteer run, community event, featuring three family friendly and fun filled days. Save these dates July 25-27 for the Sugar Grove Corn Boil; where friends and family come together to have fun! On the schedule this year we have a carnival, fantastic bands; local talent; arts; crafts; bingo; great food including tons, literally tons, of corn; and of course the fireworks. An important part of Corn Boil is giving back to the community.  The event provides local groups a large crowd and opportunity to raise funds for their cause.

Admission to Corn Boil is free thanks to the support of our sponsors. The Sugar Grove Corn Boil is located in Volunteer Park – west of IL Rt. 47, just off Main Street in downtown Sugar Grove behind the Kaneland John Shields Elementary School. For more information about the Corn Boil visit the website!

Plenty of FREE parking is available on the marked streets in the community and a FREE shuttle will be running during the day from the Sugar Grove Village Hall Parking and Sugar Grove Public Library Lots to a park entrance. For the Corn Boil schedule and/or directions on how to get to the Corn Boil go to the site!

This year, the festival will honor the cornerstones to the civil rights movement in America. The opening ceremonies parade on 7-26, will pay tribute to the 150 year anniversary of the Proclamation of Emancipation, as well as the 50 year anniversary of the first civil rights bill. In the tributes, President Lincoln will be honored, as well as all of those who fought for their fundamental rights back in the early 60’s. (this is one of the best festivals in Illinois each summer!)

The Sugar Grove Corn Boil Carnival committee is pleased to announce that the Wilson Family Show will provide the carnival rides for our 2014 event.Take a peek at their rides on the Wilson Family Show Web Site

Presale tickets, to be redeemed for unlimited wristbands, are scheduled to be on sale at participating local banks in the Corn Boil, beginning July 1st.  Participating banks include Old Second National Bank and Castle Bank.  Presale tickets can be purchased by cash or check.  Presale Tickets are available for $15.00, while supplies last, sales end at 5p.m. Thursday July 25th.  Limited quantities are available.

Save the date! Thursday, July 26th!
With less than one month to go, the Sugar Grove Corn Boil Committee Is hard at work tying up loose ends to ensure that this, its 51st year, is better than ever. As always, admission and parking are free. Senior/handicapped parking is right in front of the school and there are shuttles to take visitors […]

Unlimited wristbands will also be available at the Carnival ticket booth for $20.00, during normal Carnival hours.  Each wristband will be good for redeeming any day, once redeemed the wristband is good for that day, and only during the unlimited ride times.   Wrist bands will not be, replaced, exchanged, or refunded.  All sales are final.

The fireworks are scheduled to begin at dusk (approximately 9:30pm) on Saturday, July 27th. This display is one to be envied by communities far and wide! In past years, this part of the Corn Boil 2014 festival has been provided by the Sugar Gove Lions Club. In 2013, the Sugar Grove Corn Boil, NFP will be funding the fireworks on their own. We are a 501(c)(3) organization and if any businesses or individuals would like to make a donation for the fireworks, the amount is tax deductible.  No amount is too small and all donations are appreciated!

Sugar Grove Corn Boil, NFP is the exclusive Corn boil vendor at Corn Boil.  The proceeds from the sweet corn sales help to meet the expenses for the event, are reinvested to planning the next year Corn Boil, and are distributed among several local organizations assisting in the preparation and sale of the food. Purchase corn, hot-dogs, and ice cold water at The Prairie Building.

A variety of additional food is available at the food court.  Many of our vendors have returned year after year to offer their unique foods.  Favorites include SGUMC pie slices, Annabell’s pork chop on a stick, the Genoa footlong Italian sausage, and lemon shakeup’s.

Stop by the Sugar Grove Corn Boil Crafters & Business Expo where you’ll find everything from local businesses to unique crafts and gifts!We are looking for local businesses, crafters and vendors who would like to.promote their business at the event. Contact is Audrey 630.363.2113.

Each year, as the Corn Boil gets bigger and better, the demands become bigger as well.  The 2014 Corn Boil Committee is asking for your help to allow us to continue to bring you the type of community festival that you deserve – always reaching to make this July event the best yet!

Corn Boil sponsorship takes many forms.  Cash is the most obvious and any amount that you are able to contribute is appreciated. Sponsor marketing package details are available on line. We also offer during the event sponsorship exposure for our contributors at a variety of other levels.

Individuals and families can also contribute to the famous Corn Boil.  Send in a private donation at your sponsorship comfort level. Sponsorship recognition is also made for in-kind contributions of goods and services. Visit the Corn Boil website to download of the sponsorship form.

Additionally, the Sugar Grove Corn Boil Committee is looking for individual or group volunteers to help prior to, during, and after the event.




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