Barton Foundation Events
Barton Foundation Golf Tournament
Date: June 23, 2017
Time: 7am Registration, 8am Shotgun Start
Location: Lake Tahoe Golf Course, 2500 Emerald Bay Road, South Lake Tahoe, CA
Please join the Barton Foundation for our 23rd Annual Barton Foundation Golf Tournament! Registration includes a continental breakfast and buffet lunch. Be sure not to miss the hole in one contest, longest drive contest!
Proceeds from this event benefit the Barton Foundation’s Community Health Endowment, supporting the future health of our community by providing for the critical needs of Barton Health.
Receive information on volunteering for this event or call 530.543.5784.
Cocktail's For A Cause
Stay tuned for upcoming information about this year's Cocktails For A Cause event.
Each fall, kick of the season at Cocktails For a Cause! Sample cocktail creations by local mixologists, enjoy appetizers, a raffle, live music, and vote on your favorite cocktail, which will be featured at the Barton Health Gala each winter.
Festival of Trees and Lights
Please check back this fall for more information about 2017's Festival of Trees and Lights!
This annual, family-friendly event features Santa, costumed characters, designer and school decorated holiday trees, a gift shop, crafts, entertainment, a Teddy Bear Hospital, Teddy Bear Brunch and much more!
The Barton Health Gala
Additional details about this winter's Barton Health Gala will be available this fall, please check back!
This is the Foundation’s largest annual fundraising event. Featuring a live auction, silent auction, Golden Ticket raffle, multi-course dinner, champagne greeting, wine, and featured cocktail (the winning cocktail from Cocktail Contest), the Gala is the black-tie fundraising event that you don’t want to miss! Fewer than 400 seats are available, and tables are available for purchase – several with white glove service. Proceeds from the Gala benefit the Foundation’s Community Health Endowment, allowing us to continually provide funding for our local hospital and community health needs.