July 27, 2023
Mallow Run Winery, Bargersville, IN
Gates Open 6PM
$15 per person advance purchase at
$20 per person onsite day of event
Children 12 and under free
Franciscan Family Night
All proceeds benefit the Employee Wellbeing Fund at Franciscan Health Foundation. During the Covid-19 pandemic, thousands of health workers put their own health and safety at risk so they could heal and comfort others. Most health care workers, at some point during their career, report feeling overwhelmed, depressed, anxious, along with feeling physically and mentally exhausted. Our Employee Wellbeing Fund will provide education and resources for improving mental health and avoiding burnout.
Learn more about available sponsorships:
Download the 2023 Party with a Purpose Sponsorship Packet.
Sponsorship & Guest Registration Options:
- Sign-up online with a credit card using our secure registration site.
- Make an online donation.
- If you prefer to pay offline with cash, check, or credit card, download a registration form and mail, fax, or scan/email the completed form with payment to the Foundation no later than Monday, July 17, 2023. See registration form for more details.
Featured performers include:
Ryan has been writing songs since he was 12. Ryan captured the attention of country music fans by earning third place on CMT’s singing competition Can You Duet. His most recent project includes co-writing “Someday It’ll All Make Sense” a duet performed by country music icons Dolly Parton and Bill Anderson.
Will began performing at the age of six with his family’s traveling bluegrass band, The Cana Ramblers. Will launched his solo career as a singer-songwriter at the age of 17. He has written, toured, and performed alongside a wide range of musical talent including Tracy Lawrence, Sierra Hull, Ben Haggard, and the legend, Johnny Cash.
Tommy wrote “Roll with Me” performed by Montgomery-Gentry which reached number one on the Country Music charts and was the duet’s most downloaded song during their famed career. Tommy has also written for Warren Zeiders, Blake Shelton, Randy Travis, and Trish Yearwood.