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[email protected] STAGE WINE AUCTION WHAT TO EXPECT: Following a sparkling wine reception and silent auction, guests will be treated to a five-course dinner with wine pairings. LOCATION: Arena Stage ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Judith Batty and Sandra Taylor PRICE: 0 CONTACT: Maria Corso (202) 600-4025, [email protected] FOR HENRY BOWLING TOURNAMENT WHAT TO EXPECT: Strikes for Smiles raises funds for Hope for Henry’s comprehensive, year-round, in-hospital program that reinvents how hospitals care for seriously ill children and their families.

Celebrity bowlers will include Jake Tapper of CNN and David Brooks of the New York Times. LOCATION: Pinstripes, Georgetown ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Judith Batty and Sandra Taylor PRICE: 0 CONTACT: Laurie Strongin (202) 277-2710, [email protected] RUSSERT CONGRESSIONAL DINNER WHAT TO EXPECT: Recognizing young leaders in Washington with proceeds benefitting the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Washington, which offers activities and a safe environment for young people. LOCATION: JW Marriott ATTIRE: Business EVENT CHAIRMEN: Rep.

LBJ LIBERTY & JUSTICE FOR ALL AWARD WHAT TO EXPECT: David Rubenstein will be honored. LOCATION: National Archives Museum ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Lloyd Hand and Cappy Mc Garr PRICE:

[email protected] STAGE WINE AUCTION WHAT TO EXPECT: Following a sparkling wine reception and silent auction, guests will be treated to a five-course dinner with wine pairings. LOCATION: Arena Stage ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Judith Batty and Sandra Taylor PRICE: $300 CONTACT: Maria Corso (202) 600-4025, [email protected] FOR HENRY BOWLING TOURNAMENT WHAT TO EXPECT: Strikes for Smiles raises funds for Hope for Henry’s comprehensive, year-round, in-hospital program that reinvents how hospitals care for seriously ill children and their families.Celebrity bowlers will include Jake Tapper of CNN and David Brooks of the New York Times. LOCATION: Pinstripes, Georgetown ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Judith Batty and Sandra Taylor PRICE: $150 CONTACT: Laurie Strongin (202) 277-2710, [email protected] RUSSERT CONGRESSIONAL DINNER WHAT TO EXPECT: Recognizing young leaders in Washington with proceeds benefitting the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Washington, which offers activities and a safe environment for young people. LOCATION: JW Marriott ATTIRE: Business EVENT CHAIRMEN: Rep.LBJ LIBERTY & JUSTICE FOR ALL AWARD WHAT TO EXPECT: David Rubenstein will be honored. LOCATION: National Archives Museum ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Lloyd Hand and Cappy Mc Garr PRICE: $1,000 CONTACT: Amy Barbee, (512) 721-0265, [email protected] LAB SCHOOL OF WASHINGTON’S AWARDS GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: The reception and silent auction helps the need-based financial aid for students at The Lab School of Washington, which nurtures students with learning differences. LOCATION: National building Museum ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Pamela Kabati and Tara Turturro-Fuss PRICE: Sponsorships start at $7,500 CONTACT: Marty Cathcart, [email protected] SUMMIT WHAT TO EXPECT: A weekend of food, cocktails and conferences with thought leaders and health professionals dedicated to improving the quality of patient care and continue to generate health education and research in the community. DATE: Saturday, November 18 LOCATION: Hilton Mc Lean, Tysons Corner ATTIRE: Black-tie or mess dress attire EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: CONTACT: Lisa Futterman, [email protected] GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: DATE: Saturday, November 18, 7 p.m. WEBSTER DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD DINNER WHAT TO EXPECT: The international spy museum honors the former FBA and CIA director who has served the nation with integrity and distinction. Jordan (honorary) PRICE: $475 CONTACT: [email protected] STAGE’S ‘BELLA NOTTE’ GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Celebrating Immigration Stage’s 38 years as the largest and most respected multidisciplinary theatre arts organization for young people in the Washington metropolitan region. LOCATION: The Embassy of Italy ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Erika Martin and Monique Pressley PRICE: $250 CONTACT: [email protected] BALLET’S NUTCRACKER TEA PARTY WHAT TO EXPECT: Children will have the opportunity to pose for photographs with the members of The Nutcracker cast. LOCATION: National Museum of Women in the Arts; performance at Warner Theatre ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Andrea Rinaldi and Ginger Dietrich PRICE: $200 CONTACT: Elissa Staley Holub (202) 274-4518, [email protected] CHORAL ARTS SOCIETY OF WASHINGTON’S HOLIDAY CONCERT AND GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Kristi Kauppi, the Ambassador of Finland will serve as Honorary Patron as the Embassy of Finland celebrates 100 years of independence. LOCATION: Kennedy Center ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Julia Chase PRICE: $675 CONTACT: Carolyn Purcell, (202) 244-3669, [email protected] WINTER SHOW PREVIEW NIGHT WHAT TO EXPECT: This year’s Chinoiserie-themed special exhibit will feature pieces from over 40 dealers. LOCATION: The Katzen Arts Center American University ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Benjamin Depuy; Charlotte Moss (honorary) PRICE: Young patrons under 40 $675; $300 over 40. John Delaney and April Delaney are the evenings keynote speakers for the gala. DATE: Saturday, February 24 LOCATION: ATTIRE: Black-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: $1,000 CONTACT: Kara Laing, (703) 248-1745, [email protected] students of Hispanic descent to promote higher education and professional leadership.DATE: Friday-Sunday, November 10-12 LOCATION: Salamander Resort & Spa ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Scott Miller and Sharon Virts PRICE: CONTACT: Kara Burke, (703) 289-2077, [email protected] FOR CARING GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Recognizing Capital Caring’s ingoing efforts to improve efforts to improve care for those facing life-limiting illness through direct support of patients and their families public education and public advocacy. LOCATION: MGM National Harbor Resort ATTIRE: Cocktail EVENT CHAIRMEN: Tom and Carrie Koutsoumpas PRICE: $400 CONTACT: Jeff Kost, [email protected] EVERY BREATH GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Knox Singleton, CEO of Inova Health Systems will be honored with the Hitchcock Humanitarian Award. CONTACT: (202) 248-7159 RUSSIAN BALL WHAT TO EXPECT: Celebrating Washington’s White Russian ‘émigré’ community. LOCATION: A private club in Washington ATTIRE: Black-tie or white-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: Paul and Irina du Quenoy PRICE: $245 CONTACT: [email protected] AND GIRLS CLUB OF GREATER WASHINGTON: FEARLESS WOMAN AWARD BENEFIT WHAT TO EXPECT: Barbara Hawthorn will be honored. LOCATION: The Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner ATTIRE: Cocktail or business EVENT CHAIRMEN: Elaine Weinstein Forman PRICE: $500 CONTACT: Terri Johnson, (202) 540-2323, [email protected] WHAT TO EXPECT: Awards are presented to exceptional organizations, projects and individuals in service of veterans of the Armed Forces. LOCATION: Mayflower Hotel ATTIRE: Cocktail or Business EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: $300 CONTACT: Minaz [email protected] AILEY AMERICAN DANCE THEATER’S OPENING NIGHT GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: The program is creating news works, arts-in-education and scholarship to talented young dance students to attend the Ailey School in New York. LOCATION: Kennedy Center ATTIRE: Black-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: CONTACT: (202) 518-6908, [email protected] OVATION FOR DC PUBLIC SCHOOLS WHAT TO EXPECT: The event till celebrate D. educators, thanking them for their work and commitment to D. DATE: Thursday, March 8 LOCATION: Organization of American States ATTIRE: Cocktail EVENT CHAIRMEN: Richard and Evelyn Bynum PRICE: $300 CONTACT: Maria Fenanda Borja, (202) 244-3438, [email protected] FOR LIFE WHAT TO EXPECT: The event consists of an amateur Texas Hold’Em Poker Tournament with over 650 players and a tasting reception featuring restaurant concepts cross the MGM portfolio, celebrity chefs, world-renowned wine, local craft beer and electric spirits. ATTIRE: Tea attire EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: CONTACT: Rahsaan Bernard, [email protected] STREET VILLAGE GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: N Street Village is a nonprofit that empowers homeless and low-income women to claim their highest quality of life through shelter and a variety of programming.Funds support research, education, advocacy and outreach programs. LOCATION: National building Museum ATTIRE: Black-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: $1,000 CONTACT: Jacob Peterson, (703) 837-3688, [email protected] ECHO GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Programs and historic building maintenance of Glen Echo Park.

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[email protected] STAGE WINE AUCTION WHAT TO EXPECT: Following a sparkling wine reception and silent auction, guests will be treated to a five-course dinner with wine pairings. LOCATION: Arena Stage ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Judith Batty and Sandra Taylor PRICE: $300 CONTACT: Maria Corso (202) 600-4025, [email protected] FOR HENRY BOWLING TOURNAMENT WHAT TO EXPECT: Strikes for Smiles raises funds for Hope for Henry’s comprehensive, year-round, in-hospital program that reinvents how hospitals care for seriously ill children and their families.

Celebrity bowlers will include Jake Tapper of CNN and David Brooks of the New York Times. LOCATION: Pinstripes, Georgetown ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Judith Batty and Sandra Taylor PRICE: $150 CONTACT: Laurie Strongin (202) 277-2710, [email protected] RUSSERT CONGRESSIONAL DINNER WHAT TO EXPECT: Recognizing young leaders in Washington with proceeds benefitting the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Washington, which offers activities and a safe environment for young people. LOCATION: JW Marriott ATTIRE: Business EVENT CHAIRMEN: Rep.

LBJ LIBERTY & JUSTICE FOR ALL AWARD WHAT TO EXPECT: David Rubenstein will be honored. LOCATION: National Archives Museum ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Lloyd Hand and Cappy Mc Garr PRICE: $1,000 CONTACT: Amy Barbee, (512) 721-0265, [email protected] LAB SCHOOL OF WASHINGTON’S AWARDS GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: The reception and silent auction helps the need-based financial aid for students at The Lab School of Washington, which nurtures students with learning differences. LOCATION: National building Museum ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Pamela Kabati and Tara Turturro-Fuss PRICE: Sponsorships start at $7,500 CONTACT: Marty Cathcart, [email protected] SUMMIT WHAT TO EXPECT: A weekend of food, cocktails and conferences with thought leaders and health professionals dedicated to improving the quality of patient care and continue to generate health education and research in the community. DATE: Saturday, November 18 LOCATION: Hilton Mc Lean, Tysons Corner ATTIRE: Black-tie or mess dress attire EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: CONTACT: Lisa Futterman, [email protected] GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: DATE: Saturday, November 18, 7 p.m. WEBSTER DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD DINNER WHAT TO EXPECT: The international spy museum honors the former FBA and CIA director who has served the nation with integrity and distinction. Jordan (honorary) PRICE: $475 CONTACT: [email protected] STAGE’S ‘BELLA NOTTE’ GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Celebrating Immigration Stage’s 38 years as the largest and most respected multidisciplinary theatre arts organization for young people in the Washington metropolitan region. LOCATION: The Embassy of Italy ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Erika Martin and Monique Pressley PRICE: $250 CONTACT: [email protected] BALLET’S NUTCRACKER TEA PARTY WHAT TO EXPECT: Children will have the opportunity to pose for photographs with the members of The Nutcracker cast. LOCATION: National Museum of Women in the Arts; performance at Warner Theatre ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Andrea Rinaldi and Ginger Dietrich PRICE: $200 CONTACT: Elissa Staley Holub (202) 274-4518, [email protected] CHORAL ARTS SOCIETY OF WASHINGTON’S HOLIDAY CONCERT AND GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Kristi Kauppi, the Ambassador of Finland will serve as Honorary Patron as the Embassy of Finland celebrates 100 years of independence. LOCATION: Kennedy Center ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Julia Chase PRICE: $675 CONTACT: Carolyn Purcell, (202) 244-3669, [email protected] WINTER SHOW PREVIEW NIGHT WHAT TO EXPECT: This year’s Chinoiserie-themed special exhibit will feature pieces from over 40 dealers. LOCATION: The Katzen Arts Center American University ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Benjamin Depuy; Charlotte Moss (honorary) PRICE: Young patrons under 40 $675; $300 over 40. John Delaney and April Delaney are the evenings keynote speakers for the gala. DATE: Saturday, February 24 LOCATION: ATTIRE: Black-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: $1,000 CONTACT: Kara Laing, (703) 248-1745, [email protected] students of Hispanic descent to promote higher education and professional leadership.

DATE: Friday-Sunday, November 10-12 LOCATION: Salamander Resort & Spa ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Scott Miller and Sharon Virts PRICE: CONTACT: Kara Burke, (703) 289-2077, [email protected] FOR CARING GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Recognizing Capital Caring’s ingoing efforts to improve efforts to improve care for those facing life-limiting illness through direct support of patients and their families public education and public advocacy. LOCATION: MGM National Harbor Resort ATTIRE: Cocktail EVENT CHAIRMEN: Tom and Carrie Koutsoumpas PRICE: $400 CONTACT: Jeff Kost, [email protected] EVERY BREATH GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Knox Singleton, CEO of Inova Health Systems will be honored with the Hitchcock Humanitarian Award. CONTACT: (202) 248-7159 RUSSIAN BALL WHAT TO EXPECT: Celebrating Washington’s White Russian ‘émigré’ community. LOCATION: A private club in Washington ATTIRE: Black-tie or white-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: Paul and Irina du Quenoy PRICE: $245 CONTACT: [email protected] AND GIRLS CLUB OF GREATER WASHINGTON: FEARLESS WOMAN AWARD BENEFIT WHAT TO EXPECT: Barbara Hawthorn will be honored. LOCATION: The Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner ATTIRE: Cocktail or business EVENT CHAIRMEN: Elaine Weinstein Forman PRICE: $500 CONTACT: Terri Johnson, (202) 540-2323, [email protected] WHAT TO EXPECT: Awards are presented to exceptional organizations, projects and individuals in service of veterans of the Armed Forces. LOCATION: Mayflower Hotel ATTIRE: Cocktail or Business EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: $300 CONTACT: Minaz [email protected] AILEY AMERICAN DANCE THEATER’S OPENING NIGHT GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: The program is creating news works, arts-in-education and scholarship to talented young dance students to attend the Ailey School in New York. LOCATION: Kennedy Center ATTIRE: Black-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: CONTACT: (202) 518-6908, [email protected] OVATION FOR DC PUBLIC SCHOOLS WHAT TO EXPECT: The event till celebrate D. educators, thanking them for their work and commitment to D. DATE: Thursday, March 8 LOCATION: Organization of American States ATTIRE: Cocktail EVENT CHAIRMEN: Richard and Evelyn Bynum PRICE: $300 CONTACT: Maria Fenanda Borja, (202) 244-3438, [email protected] FOR LIFE WHAT TO EXPECT: The event consists of an amateur Texas Hold’Em Poker Tournament with over 650 players and a tasting reception featuring restaurant concepts cross the MGM portfolio, celebrity chefs, world-renowned wine, local craft beer and electric spirits. ATTIRE: Tea attire EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: CONTACT: Rahsaan Bernard, [email protected] STREET VILLAGE GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: N Street Village is a nonprofit that empowers homeless and low-income women to claim their highest quality of life through shelter and a variety of programming.

Funds support research, education, advocacy and outreach programs. LOCATION: National building Museum ATTIRE: Black-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: $1,000 CONTACT: Jacob Peterson, (703) 837-3688, Jacob.

,000 CONTACT: Amy Barbee, (512) 721-0265, [email protected] LAB SCHOOL OF WASHINGTON’S AWARDS GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: The reception and silent auction helps the need-based financial aid for students at The Lab School of Washington, which nurtures students with learning differences. LOCATION: National building Museum ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Pamela Kabati and Tara Turturro-Fuss PRICE: Sponsorships start at ,500 CONTACT: Marty Cathcart, [email protected] SUMMIT WHAT TO EXPECT: A weekend of food, cocktails and conferences with thought leaders and health professionals dedicated to improving the quality of patient care and continue to generate health education and research in the community. DATE: Saturday, November 18 LOCATION: Hilton Mc Lean, Tysons Corner ATTIRE: Black-tie or mess dress attire EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: CONTACT: Lisa Futterman, [email protected] GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: DATE: Saturday, November 18, 7 p.m. WEBSTER DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD DINNER WHAT TO EXPECT: The international spy museum honors the former FBA and CIA director who has served the nation with integrity and distinction. Jordan (honorary) PRICE: 5 CONTACT: [email protected] STAGE’S ‘BELLA NOTTE’ GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Celebrating Immigration Stage’s 38 years as the largest and most respected multidisciplinary theatre arts organization for young people in the Washington metropolitan region. LOCATION: The Embassy of Italy ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Erika Martin and Monique Pressley PRICE: 0 CONTACT: [email protected] BALLET’S NUTCRACKER TEA PARTY WHAT TO EXPECT: Children will have the opportunity to pose for photographs with the members of The Nutcracker cast. LOCATION: National Museum of Women in the Arts; performance at Warner Theatre ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Andrea Rinaldi and Ginger Dietrich PRICE: 0 CONTACT: Elissa Staley Holub (202) 274-4518, [email protected] CHORAL ARTS SOCIETY OF WASHINGTON’S HOLIDAY CONCERT AND GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Kristi Kauppi, the Ambassador of Finland will serve as Honorary Patron as the Embassy of Finland celebrates 100 years of independence. LOCATION: Kennedy Center ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Julia Chase PRICE: 5 CONTACT: Carolyn Purcell, (202) 244-3669, [email protected] WINTER SHOW PREVIEW NIGHT WHAT TO EXPECT: This year’s Chinoiserie-themed special exhibit will feature pieces from over 40 dealers. LOCATION: The Katzen Arts Center American University ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Benjamin Depuy; Charlotte Moss (honorary) PRICE: Young patrons under 40 5; 0 over 40. John Delaney and April Delaney are the evenings keynote speakers for the gala. DATE: Saturday, February 24 LOCATION: ATTIRE: Black-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE:

[email protected] STAGE WINE AUCTION WHAT TO EXPECT: Following a sparkling wine reception and silent auction, guests will be treated to a five-course dinner with wine pairings. LOCATION: Arena Stage ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Judith Batty and Sandra Taylor PRICE: $300 CONTACT: Maria Corso (202) 600-4025, [email protected] FOR HENRY BOWLING TOURNAMENT WHAT TO EXPECT: Strikes for Smiles raises funds for Hope for Henry’s comprehensive, year-round, in-hospital program that reinvents how hospitals care for seriously ill children and their families.Celebrity bowlers will include Jake Tapper of CNN and David Brooks of the New York Times. LOCATION: Pinstripes, Georgetown ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Judith Batty and Sandra Taylor PRICE: $150 CONTACT: Laurie Strongin (202) 277-2710, [email protected] RUSSERT CONGRESSIONAL DINNER WHAT TO EXPECT: Recognizing young leaders in Washington with proceeds benefitting the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Washington, which offers activities and a safe environment for young people. LOCATION: JW Marriott ATTIRE: Business EVENT CHAIRMEN: Rep.LBJ LIBERTY & JUSTICE FOR ALL AWARD WHAT TO EXPECT: David Rubenstein will be honored. LOCATION: National Archives Museum ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Lloyd Hand and Cappy Mc Garr PRICE: $1,000 CONTACT: Amy Barbee, (512) 721-0265, [email protected] LAB SCHOOL OF WASHINGTON’S AWARDS GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: The reception and silent auction helps the need-based financial aid for students at The Lab School of Washington, which nurtures students with learning differences. LOCATION: National building Museum ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Pamela Kabati and Tara Turturro-Fuss PRICE: Sponsorships start at $7,500 CONTACT: Marty Cathcart, [email protected] SUMMIT WHAT TO EXPECT: A weekend of food, cocktails and conferences with thought leaders and health professionals dedicated to improving the quality of patient care and continue to generate health education and research in the community. DATE: Saturday, November 18 LOCATION: Hilton Mc Lean, Tysons Corner ATTIRE: Black-tie or mess dress attire EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: CONTACT: Lisa Futterman, [email protected] GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: DATE: Saturday, November 18, 7 p.m. WEBSTER DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD DINNER WHAT TO EXPECT: The international spy museum honors the former FBA and CIA director who has served the nation with integrity and distinction. Jordan (honorary) PRICE: $475 CONTACT: [email protected] STAGE’S ‘BELLA NOTTE’ GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Celebrating Immigration Stage’s 38 years as the largest and most respected multidisciplinary theatre arts organization for young people in the Washington metropolitan region. LOCATION: The Embassy of Italy ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Erika Martin and Monique Pressley PRICE: $250 CONTACT: [email protected] BALLET’S NUTCRACKER TEA PARTY WHAT TO EXPECT: Children will have the opportunity to pose for photographs with the members of The Nutcracker cast. LOCATION: National Museum of Women in the Arts; performance at Warner Theatre ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Andrea Rinaldi and Ginger Dietrich PRICE: $200 CONTACT: Elissa Staley Holub (202) 274-4518, [email protected] CHORAL ARTS SOCIETY OF WASHINGTON’S HOLIDAY CONCERT AND GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Kristi Kauppi, the Ambassador of Finland will serve as Honorary Patron as the Embassy of Finland celebrates 100 years of independence. LOCATION: Kennedy Center ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Julia Chase PRICE: $675 CONTACT: Carolyn Purcell, (202) 244-3669, [email protected] WINTER SHOW PREVIEW NIGHT WHAT TO EXPECT: This year’s Chinoiserie-themed special exhibit will feature pieces from over 40 dealers. LOCATION: The Katzen Arts Center American University ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Benjamin Depuy; Charlotte Moss (honorary) PRICE: Young patrons under 40 $675; $300 over 40. John Delaney and April Delaney are the evenings keynote speakers for the gala. DATE: Saturday, February 24 LOCATION: ATTIRE: Black-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: $1,000 CONTACT: Kara Laing, (703) 248-1745, [email protected] students of Hispanic descent to promote higher education and professional leadership.DATE: Friday-Sunday, November 10-12 LOCATION: Salamander Resort & Spa ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Scott Miller and Sharon Virts PRICE: CONTACT: Kara Burke, (703) 289-2077, [email protected] FOR CARING GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Recognizing Capital Caring’s ingoing efforts to improve efforts to improve care for those facing life-limiting illness through direct support of patients and their families public education and public advocacy. LOCATION: MGM National Harbor Resort ATTIRE: Cocktail EVENT CHAIRMEN: Tom and Carrie Koutsoumpas PRICE: $400 CONTACT: Jeff Kost, [email protected] EVERY BREATH GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Knox Singleton, CEO of Inova Health Systems will be honored with the Hitchcock Humanitarian Award. CONTACT: (202) 248-7159 RUSSIAN BALL WHAT TO EXPECT: Celebrating Washington’s White Russian ‘émigré’ community. LOCATION: A private club in Washington ATTIRE: Black-tie or white-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: Paul and Irina du Quenoy PRICE: $245 CONTACT: [email protected] AND GIRLS CLUB OF GREATER WASHINGTON: FEARLESS WOMAN AWARD BENEFIT WHAT TO EXPECT: Barbara Hawthorn will be honored. LOCATION: The Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner ATTIRE: Cocktail or business EVENT CHAIRMEN: Elaine Weinstein Forman PRICE: $500 CONTACT: Terri Johnson, (202) 540-2323, [email protected] WHAT TO EXPECT: Awards are presented to exceptional organizations, projects and individuals in service of veterans of the Armed Forces. LOCATION: Mayflower Hotel ATTIRE: Cocktail or Business EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: $300 CONTACT: Minaz [email protected] AILEY AMERICAN DANCE THEATER’S OPENING NIGHT GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: The program is creating news works, arts-in-education and scholarship to talented young dance students to attend the Ailey School in New York. LOCATION: Kennedy Center ATTIRE: Black-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: CONTACT: (202) 518-6908, [email protected] OVATION FOR DC PUBLIC SCHOOLS WHAT TO EXPECT: The event till celebrate D. educators, thanking them for their work and commitment to D. DATE: Thursday, March 8 LOCATION: Organization of American States ATTIRE: Cocktail EVENT CHAIRMEN: Richard and Evelyn Bynum PRICE: $300 CONTACT: Maria Fenanda Borja, (202) 244-3438, [email protected] FOR LIFE WHAT TO EXPECT: The event consists of an amateur Texas Hold’Em Poker Tournament with over 650 players and a tasting reception featuring restaurant concepts cross the MGM portfolio, celebrity chefs, world-renowned wine, local craft beer and electric spirits. ATTIRE: Tea attire EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: CONTACT: Rahsaan Bernard, [email protected] STREET VILLAGE GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: N Street Village is a nonprofit that empowers homeless and low-income women to claim their highest quality of life through shelter and a variety of programming.Funds support research, education, advocacy and outreach programs. LOCATION: National building Museum ATTIRE: Black-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: $1,000 CONTACT: Jacob Peterson, (703) 837-3688, [email protected] ECHO GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Programs and historic building maintenance of Glen Echo Park.

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[email protected] STAGE WINE AUCTION WHAT TO EXPECT: Following a sparkling wine reception and silent auction, guests will be treated to a five-course dinner with wine pairings. LOCATION: Arena Stage ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Judith Batty and Sandra Taylor PRICE: $300 CONTACT: Maria Corso (202) 600-4025, [email protected] FOR HENRY BOWLING TOURNAMENT WHAT TO EXPECT: Strikes for Smiles raises funds for Hope for Henry’s comprehensive, year-round, in-hospital program that reinvents how hospitals care for seriously ill children and their families.

Celebrity bowlers will include Jake Tapper of CNN and David Brooks of the New York Times. LOCATION: Pinstripes, Georgetown ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Judith Batty and Sandra Taylor PRICE: $150 CONTACT: Laurie Strongin (202) 277-2710, [email protected] RUSSERT CONGRESSIONAL DINNER WHAT TO EXPECT: Recognizing young leaders in Washington with proceeds benefitting the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Washington, which offers activities and a safe environment for young people. LOCATION: JW Marriott ATTIRE: Business EVENT CHAIRMEN: Rep.

LBJ LIBERTY & JUSTICE FOR ALL AWARD WHAT TO EXPECT: David Rubenstein will be honored. LOCATION: National Archives Museum ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Lloyd Hand and Cappy Mc Garr PRICE: $1,000 CONTACT: Amy Barbee, (512) 721-0265, [email protected] LAB SCHOOL OF WASHINGTON’S AWARDS GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: The reception and silent auction helps the need-based financial aid for students at The Lab School of Washington, which nurtures students with learning differences. LOCATION: National building Museum ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Pamela Kabati and Tara Turturro-Fuss PRICE: Sponsorships start at $7,500 CONTACT: Marty Cathcart, [email protected] SUMMIT WHAT TO EXPECT: A weekend of food, cocktails and conferences with thought leaders and health professionals dedicated to improving the quality of patient care and continue to generate health education and research in the community. DATE: Saturday, November 18 LOCATION: Hilton Mc Lean, Tysons Corner ATTIRE: Black-tie or mess dress attire EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: CONTACT: Lisa Futterman, [email protected] GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: DATE: Saturday, November 18, 7 p.m. WEBSTER DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD DINNER WHAT TO EXPECT: The international spy museum honors the former FBA and CIA director who has served the nation with integrity and distinction. Jordan (honorary) PRICE: $475 CONTACT: [email protected] STAGE’S ‘BELLA NOTTE’ GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Celebrating Immigration Stage’s 38 years as the largest and most respected multidisciplinary theatre arts organization for young people in the Washington metropolitan region. LOCATION: The Embassy of Italy ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Erika Martin and Monique Pressley PRICE: $250 CONTACT: [email protected] BALLET’S NUTCRACKER TEA PARTY WHAT TO EXPECT: Children will have the opportunity to pose for photographs with the members of The Nutcracker cast. LOCATION: National Museum of Women in the Arts; performance at Warner Theatre ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Andrea Rinaldi and Ginger Dietrich PRICE: $200 CONTACT: Elissa Staley Holub (202) 274-4518, [email protected] CHORAL ARTS SOCIETY OF WASHINGTON’S HOLIDAY CONCERT AND GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Kristi Kauppi, the Ambassador of Finland will serve as Honorary Patron as the Embassy of Finland celebrates 100 years of independence. LOCATION: Kennedy Center ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Julia Chase PRICE: $675 CONTACT: Carolyn Purcell, (202) 244-3669, [email protected] WINTER SHOW PREVIEW NIGHT WHAT TO EXPECT: This year’s Chinoiserie-themed special exhibit will feature pieces from over 40 dealers. LOCATION: The Katzen Arts Center American University ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Benjamin Depuy; Charlotte Moss (honorary) PRICE: Young patrons under 40 $675; $300 over 40. John Delaney and April Delaney are the evenings keynote speakers for the gala. DATE: Saturday, February 24 LOCATION: ATTIRE: Black-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: $1,000 CONTACT: Kara Laing, (703) 248-1745, [email protected] students of Hispanic descent to promote higher education and professional leadership.

DATE: Friday-Sunday, November 10-12 LOCATION: Salamander Resort & Spa ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Scott Miller and Sharon Virts PRICE: CONTACT: Kara Burke, (703) 289-2077, [email protected] FOR CARING GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Recognizing Capital Caring’s ingoing efforts to improve efforts to improve care for those facing life-limiting illness through direct support of patients and their families public education and public advocacy. LOCATION: MGM National Harbor Resort ATTIRE: Cocktail EVENT CHAIRMEN: Tom and Carrie Koutsoumpas PRICE: $400 CONTACT: Jeff Kost, [email protected] EVERY BREATH GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Knox Singleton, CEO of Inova Health Systems will be honored with the Hitchcock Humanitarian Award. CONTACT: (202) 248-7159 RUSSIAN BALL WHAT TO EXPECT: Celebrating Washington’s White Russian ‘émigré’ community. LOCATION: A private club in Washington ATTIRE: Black-tie or white-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: Paul and Irina du Quenoy PRICE: $245 CONTACT: [email protected] AND GIRLS CLUB OF GREATER WASHINGTON: FEARLESS WOMAN AWARD BENEFIT WHAT TO EXPECT: Barbara Hawthorn will be honored. LOCATION: The Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner ATTIRE: Cocktail or business EVENT CHAIRMEN: Elaine Weinstein Forman PRICE: $500 CONTACT: Terri Johnson, (202) 540-2323, [email protected] WHAT TO EXPECT: Awards are presented to exceptional organizations, projects and individuals in service of veterans of the Armed Forces. LOCATION: Mayflower Hotel ATTIRE: Cocktail or Business EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: $300 CONTACT: Minaz [email protected] AILEY AMERICAN DANCE THEATER’S OPENING NIGHT GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: The program is creating news works, arts-in-education and scholarship to talented young dance students to attend the Ailey School in New York. LOCATION: Kennedy Center ATTIRE: Black-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: CONTACT: (202) 518-6908, [email protected] OVATION FOR DC PUBLIC SCHOOLS WHAT TO EXPECT: The event till celebrate D. educators, thanking them for their work and commitment to D. DATE: Thursday, March 8 LOCATION: Organization of American States ATTIRE: Cocktail EVENT CHAIRMEN: Richard and Evelyn Bynum PRICE: $300 CONTACT: Maria Fenanda Borja, (202) 244-3438, [email protected] FOR LIFE WHAT TO EXPECT: The event consists of an amateur Texas Hold’Em Poker Tournament with over 650 players and a tasting reception featuring restaurant concepts cross the MGM portfolio, celebrity chefs, world-renowned wine, local craft beer and electric spirits. ATTIRE: Tea attire EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: CONTACT: Rahsaan Bernard, [email protected] STREET VILLAGE GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: N Street Village is a nonprofit that empowers homeless and low-income women to claim their highest quality of life through shelter and a variety of programming.

Funds support research, education, advocacy and outreach programs. LOCATION: National building Museum ATTIRE: Black-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: $1,000 CONTACT: Jacob Peterson, (703) 837-3688, Jacob.

,000 CONTACT: Kara Laing, (703) 248-1745, [email protected] students of Hispanic descent to promote higher education and professional leadership.

DATE: Friday-Sunday, November 10-12 LOCATION: Salamander Resort & Spa ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Scott Miller and Sharon Virts PRICE: CONTACT: Kara Burke, (703) 289-2077, [email protected] FOR CARING GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Recognizing Capital Caring’s ingoing efforts to improve efforts to improve care for those facing life-limiting illness through direct support of patients and their families public education and public advocacy. LOCATION: MGM National Harbor Resort ATTIRE: Cocktail EVENT CHAIRMEN: Tom and Carrie Koutsoumpas PRICE: 0 CONTACT: Jeff Kost, [email protected] EVERY BREATH GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Knox Singleton, CEO of Inova Health Systems will be honored with the Hitchcock Humanitarian Award. CONTACT: (202) 248-7159 RUSSIAN BALL WHAT TO EXPECT: Celebrating Washington’s White Russian ‘émigré’ community. LOCATION: A private club in Washington ATTIRE: Black-tie or white-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: Paul and Irina du Quenoy PRICE: 5 CONTACT: [email protected] AND GIRLS CLUB OF GREATER WASHINGTON: FEARLESS WOMAN AWARD BENEFIT WHAT TO EXPECT: Barbara Hawthorn will be honored. LOCATION: The Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner ATTIRE: Cocktail or business EVENT CHAIRMEN: Elaine Weinstein Forman PRICE: 0 CONTACT: Terri Johnson, (202) 540-2323, [email protected] WHAT TO EXPECT: Awards are presented to exceptional organizations, projects and individuals in service of veterans of the Armed Forces. LOCATION: Mayflower Hotel ATTIRE: Cocktail or Business EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: 0 CONTACT: Minaz [email protected] AILEY AMERICAN DANCE THEATER’S OPENING NIGHT GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: The program is creating news works, arts-in-education and scholarship to talented young dance students to attend the Ailey School in New York. LOCATION: Kennedy Center ATTIRE: Black-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: CONTACT: (202) 518-6908, [email protected] OVATION FOR DC PUBLIC SCHOOLS WHAT TO EXPECT: The event till celebrate D. educators, thanking them for their work and commitment to D. DATE: Thursday, March 8 LOCATION: Organization of American States ATTIRE: Cocktail EVENT CHAIRMEN: Richard and Evelyn Bynum PRICE: 0 CONTACT: Maria Fenanda Borja, (202) 244-3438, [email protected] FOR LIFE WHAT TO EXPECT: The event consists of an amateur Texas Hold’Em Poker Tournament with over 650 players and a tasting reception featuring restaurant concepts cross the MGM portfolio, celebrity chefs, world-renowned wine, local craft beer and electric spirits. ATTIRE: Tea attire EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: CONTACT: Rahsaan Bernard, [email protected] STREET VILLAGE GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: N Street Village is a nonprofit that empowers homeless and low-income women to claim their highest quality of life through shelter and a variety of programming.

Funds support research, education, advocacy and outreach programs. LOCATION: National building Museum ATTIRE: Black-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE:

[email protected] STAGE WINE AUCTION WHAT TO EXPECT: Following a sparkling wine reception and silent auction, guests will be treated to a five-course dinner with wine pairings. LOCATION: Arena Stage ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Judith Batty and Sandra Taylor PRICE: $300 CONTACT: Maria Corso (202) 600-4025, [email protected] FOR HENRY BOWLING TOURNAMENT WHAT TO EXPECT: Strikes for Smiles raises funds for Hope for Henry’s comprehensive, year-round, in-hospital program that reinvents how hospitals care for seriously ill children and their families.Celebrity bowlers will include Jake Tapper of CNN and David Brooks of the New York Times. LOCATION: Pinstripes, Georgetown ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Judith Batty and Sandra Taylor PRICE: $150 CONTACT: Laurie Strongin (202) 277-2710, [email protected] RUSSERT CONGRESSIONAL DINNER WHAT TO EXPECT: Recognizing young leaders in Washington with proceeds benefitting the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Washington, which offers activities and a safe environment for young people. LOCATION: JW Marriott ATTIRE: Business EVENT CHAIRMEN: Rep.LBJ LIBERTY & JUSTICE FOR ALL AWARD WHAT TO EXPECT: David Rubenstein will be honored. LOCATION: National Archives Museum ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Lloyd Hand and Cappy Mc Garr PRICE: $1,000 CONTACT: Amy Barbee, (512) 721-0265, [email protected] LAB SCHOOL OF WASHINGTON’S AWARDS GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: The reception and silent auction helps the need-based financial aid for students at The Lab School of Washington, which nurtures students with learning differences. LOCATION: National building Museum ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Pamela Kabati and Tara Turturro-Fuss PRICE: Sponsorships start at $7,500 CONTACT: Marty Cathcart, [email protected] SUMMIT WHAT TO EXPECT: A weekend of food, cocktails and conferences with thought leaders and health professionals dedicated to improving the quality of patient care and continue to generate health education and research in the community. DATE: Saturday, November 18 LOCATION: Hilton Mc Lean, Tysons Corner ATTIRE: Black-tie or mess dress attire EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: CONTACT: Lisa Futterman, [email protected] GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: DATE: Saturday, November 18, 7 p.m. WEBSTER DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD DINNER WHAT TO EXPECT: The international spy museum honors the former FBA and CIA director who has served the nation with integrity and distinction. Jordan (honorary) PRICE: $475 CONTACT: [email protected] STAGE’S ‘BELLA NOTTE’ GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Celebrating Immigration Stage’s 38 years as the largest and most respected multidisciplinary theatre arts organization for young people in the Washington metropolitan region. LOCATION: The Embassy of Italy ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Erika Martin and Monique Pressley PRICE: $250 CONTACT: [email protected] BALLET’S NUTCRACKER TEA PARTY WHAT TO EXPECT: Children will have the opportunity to pose for photographs with the members of The Nutcracker cast. LOCATION: National Museum of Women in the Arts; performance at Warner Theatre ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Andrea Rinaldi and Ginger Dietrich PRICE: $200 CONTACT: Elissa Staley Holub (202) 274-4518, [email protected] CHORAL ARTS SOCIETY OF WASHINGTON’S HOLIDAY CONCERT AND GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Kristi Kauppi, the Ambassador of Finland will serve as Honorary Patron as the Embassy of Finland celebrates 100 years of independence. LOCATION: Kennedy Center ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Julia Chase PRICE: $675 CONTACT: Carolyn Purcell, (202) 244-3669, [email protected] WINTER SHOW PREVIEW NIGHT WHAT TO EXPECT: This year’s Chinoiserie-themed special exhibit will feature pieces from over 40 dealers. LOCATION: The Katzen Arts Center American University ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Benjamin Depuy; Charlotte Moss (honorary) PRICE: Young patrons under 40 $675; $300 over 40. John Delaney and April Delaney are the evenings keynote speakers for the gala. DATE: Saturday, February 24 LOCATION: ATTIRE: Black-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: $1,000 CONTACT: Kara Laing, (703) 248-1745, [email protected] students of Hispanic descent to promote higher education and professional leadership.DATE: Friday-Sunday, November 10-12 LOCATION: Salamander Resort & Spa ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Scott Miller and Sharon Virts PRICE: CONTACT: Kara Burke, (703) 289-2077, [email protected] FOR CARING GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Recognizing Capital Caring’s ingoing efforts to improve efforts to improve care for those facing life-limiting illness through direct support of patients and their families public education and public advocacy. LOCATION: MGM National Harbor Resort ATTIRE: Cocktail EVENT CHAIRMEN: Tom and Carrie Koutsoumpas PRICE: $400 CONTACT: Jeff Kost, [email protected] EVERY BREATH GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Knox Singleton, CEO of Inova Health Systems will be honored with the Hitchcock Humanitarian Award. CONTACT: (202) 248-7159 RUSSIAN BALL WHAT TO EXPECT: Celebrating Washington’s White Russian ‘émigré’ community. LOCATION: A private club in Washington ATTIRE: Black-tie or white-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: Paul and Irina du Quenoy PRICE: $245 CONTACT: [email protected] AND GIRLS CLUB OF GREATER WASHINGTON: FEARLESS WOMAN AWARD BENEFIT WHAT TO EXPECT: Barbara Hawthorn will be honored. LOCATION: The Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner ATTIRE: Cocktail or business EVENT CHAIRMEN: Elaine Weinstein Forman PRICE: $500 CONTACT: Terri Johnson, (202) 540-2323, [email protected] WHAT TO EXPECT: Awards are presented to exceptional organizations, projects and individuals in service of veterans of the Armed Forces. LOCATION: Mayflower Hotel ATTIRE: Cocktail or Business EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: $300 CONTACT: Minaz [email protected] AILEY AMERICAN DANCE THEATER’S OPENING NIGHT GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: The program is creating news works, arts-in-education and scholarship to talented young dance students to attend the Ailey School in New York. LOCATION: Kennedy Center ATTIRE: Black-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: CONTACT: (202) 518-6908, [email protected] OVATION FOR DC PUBLIC SCHOOLS WHAT TO EXPECT: The event till celebrate D. educators, thanking them for their work and commitment to D. DATE: Thursday, March 8 LOCATION: Organization of American States ATTIRE: Cocktail EVENT CHAIRMEN: Richard and Evelyn Bynum PRICE: $300 CONTACT: Maria Fenanda Borja, (202) 244-3438, [email protected] FOR LIFE WHAT TO EXPECT: The event consists of an amateur Texas Hold’Em Poker Tournament with over 650 players and a tasting reception featuring restaurant concepts cross the MGM portfolio, celebrity chefs, world-renowned wine, local craft beer and electric spirits. ATTIRE: Tea attire EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: CONTACT: Rahsaan Bernard, [email protected] STREET VILLAGE GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: N Street Village is a nonprofit that empowers homeless and low-income women to claim their highest quality of life through shelter and a variety of programming.Funds support research, education, advocacy and outreach programs. LOCATION: National building Museum ATTIRE: Black-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: $1,000 CONTACT: Jacob Peterson, (703) 837-3688, [email protected] ECHO GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Programs and historic building maintenance of Glen Echo Park.

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[email protected] STAGE WINE AUCTION WHAT TO EXPECT: Following a sparkling wine reception and silent auction, guests will be treated to a five-course dinner with wine pairings. LOCATION: Arena Stage ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Judith Batty and Sandra Taylor PRICE: $300 CONTACT: Maria Corso (202) 600-4025, [email protected] FOR HENRY BOWLING TOURNAMENT WHAT TO EXPECT: Strikes for Smiles raises funds for Hope for Henry’s comprehensive, year-round, in-hospital program that reinvents how hospitals care for seriously ill children and their families.

Celebrity bowlers will include Jake Tapper of CNN and David Brooks of the New York Times. LOCATION: Pinstripes, Georgetown ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Judith Batty and Sandra Taylor PRICE: $150 CONTACT: Laurie Strongin (202) 277-2710, [email protected] RUSSERT CONGRESSIONAL DINNER WHAT TO EXPECT: Recognizing young leaders in Washington with proceeds benefitting the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Washington, which offers activities and a safe environment for young people. LOCATION: JW Marriott ATTIRE: Business EVENT CHAIRMEN: Rep.

LBJ LIBERTY & JUSTICE FOR ALL AWARD WHAT TO EXPECT: David Rubenstein will be honored. LOCATION: National Archives Museum ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Lloyd Hand and Cappy Mc Garr PRICE: $1,000 CONTACT: Amy Barbee, (512) 721-0265, [email protected] LAB SCHOOL OF WASHINGTON’S AWARDS GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: The reception and silent auction helps the need-based financial aid for students at The Lab School of Washington, which nurtures students with learning differences. LOCATION: National building Museum ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Pamela Kabati and Tara Turturro-Fuss PRICE: Sponsorships start at $7,500 CONTACT: Marty Cathcart, [email protected] SUMMIT WHAT TO EXPECT: A weekend of food, cocktails and conferences with thought leaders and health professionals dedicated to improving the quality of patient care and continue to generate health education and research in the community. DATE: Saturday, November 18 LOCATION: Hilton Mc Lean, Tysons Corner ATTIRE: Black-tie or mess dress attire EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: CONTACT: Lisa Futterman, [email protected] GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: DATE: Saturday, November 18, 7 p.m. WEBSTER DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD DINNER WHAT TO EXPECT: The international spy museum honors the former FBA and CIA director who has served the nation with integrity and distinction. Jordan (honorary) PRICE: $475 CONTACT: [email protected] STAGE’S ‘BELLA NOTTE’ GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Celebrating Immigration Stage’s 38 years as the largest and most respected multidisciplinary theatre arts organization for young people in the Washington metropolitan region. LOCATION: The Embassy of Italy ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Erika Martin and Monique Pressley PRICE: $250 CONTACT: [email protected] BALLET’S NUTCRACKER TEA PARTY WHAT TO EXPECT: Children will have the opportunity to pose for photographs with the members of The Nutcracker cast. LOCATION: National Museum of Women in the Arts; performance at Warner Theatre ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Andrea Rinaldi and Ginger Dietrich PRICE: $200 CONTACT: Elissa Staley Holub (202) 274-4518, [email protected] CHORAL ARTS SOCIETY OF WASHINGTON’S HOLIDAY CONCERT AND GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Kristi Kauppi, the Ambassador of Finland will serve as Honorary Patron as the Embassy of Finland celebrates 100 years of independence. LOCATION: Kennedy Center ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Julia Chase PRICE: $675 CONTACT: Carolyn Purcell, (202) 244-3669, [email protected] WINTER SHOW PREVIEW NIGHT WHAT TO EXPECT: This year’s Chinoiserie-themed special exhibit will feature pieces from over 40 dealers. LOCATION: The Katzen Arts Center American University ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Benjamin Depuy; Charlotte Moss (honorary) PRICE: Young patrons under 40 $675; $300 over 40. John Delaney and April Delaney are the evenings keynote speakers for the gala. DATE: Saturday, February 24 LOCATION: ATTIRE: Black-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: $1,000 CONTACT: Kara Laing, (703) 248-1745, [email protected] students of Hispanic descent to promote higher education and professional leadership.

DATE: Friday-Sunday, November 10-12 LOCATION: Salamander Resort & Spa ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Scott Miller and Sharon Virts PRICE: CONTACT: Kara Burke, (703) 289-2077, [email protected] FOR CARING GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Recognizing Capital Caring’s ingoing efforts to improve efforts to improve care for those facing life-limiting illness through direct support of patients and their families public education and public advocacy. LOCATION: MGM National Harbor Resort ATTIRE: Cocktail EVENT CHAIRMEN: Tom and Carrie Koutsoumpas PRICE: $400 CONTACT: Jeff Kost, [email protected] EVERY BREATH GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Knox Singleton, CEO of Inova Health Systems will be honored with the Hitchcock Humanitarian Award. CONTACT: (202) 248-7159 RUSSIAN BALL WHAT TO EXPECT: Celebrating Washington’s White Russian ‘émigré’ community. LOCATION: A private club in Washington ATTIRE: Black-tie or white-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: Paul and Irina du Quenoy PRICE: $245 CONTACT: [email protected] AND GIRLS CLUB OF GREATER WASHINGTON: FEARLESS WOMAN AWARD BENEFIT WHAT TO EXPECT: Barbara Hawthorn will be honored. LOCATION: The Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner ATTIRE: Cocktail or business EVENT CHAIRMEN: Elaine Weinstein Forman PRICE: $500 CONTACT: Terri Johnson, (202) 540-2323, [email protected] WHAT TO EXPECT: Awards are presented to exceptional organizations, projects and individuals in service of veterans of the Armed Forces. LOCATION: Mayflower Hotel ATTIRE: Cocktail or Business EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: $300 CONTACT: Minaz [email protected] AILEY AMERICAN DANCE THEATER’S OPENING NIGHT GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: The program is creating news works, arts-in-education and scholarship to talented young dance students to attend the Ailey School in New York. LOCATION: Kennedy Center ATTIRE: Black-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: CONTACT: (202) 518-6908, [email protected] OVATION FOR DC PUBLIC SCHOOLS WHAT TO EXPECT: The event till celebrate D. educators, thanking them for their work and commitment to D. DATE: Thursday, March 8 LOCATION: Organization of American States ATTIRE: Cocktail EVENT CHAIRMEN: Richard and Evelyn Bynum PRICE: $300 CONTACT: Maria Fenanda Borja, (202) 244-3438, [email protected] FOR LIFE WHAT TO EXPECT: The event consists of an amateur Texas Hold’Em Poker Tournament with over 650 players and a tasting reception featuring restaurant concepts cross the MGM portfolio, celebrity chefs, world-renowned wine, local craft beer and electric spirits. ATTIRE: Tea attire EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: CONTACT: Rahsaan Bernard, [email protected] STREET VILLAGE GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: N Street Village is a nonprofit that empowers homeless and low-income women to claim their highest quality of life through shelter and a variety of programming.

Funds support research, education, advocacy and outreach programs. LOCATION: National building Museum ATTIRE: Black-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: $1,000 CONTACT: Jacob Peterson, (703) 837-3688, Jacob.

,000 CONTACT: Jacob Peterson, (703) 837-3688, Jacob.

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Life with Cancer provides support for cancer patients and their families free of charge. LOCATION: The Omni Shoreham Hotel ATTIRE: Black-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: Robert G.DATE: Wednesday-Saturday, May 9-12, LOCATION: ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Mitch Bainwol PRICE: 0-2,000 CONTACT: Heidi Arnold, (703) 248- 1720, [email protected] STAGE SPRING GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Artistic production and community engagement programs.DATE: Thursday, May 10 LOCATION: Arena Stage ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: CONTACT: Maria Corso ,(202) 600-4025, [email protected] CANCER FOUNDATION GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Saving lives through cancer prevention and early detection.DATE: Saturday, March 10 LOCATION: MGM National Harbor ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: CONTACT: Ryan Hayes, [email protected] PERFORMING ARTS GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Proceeds support WPA’s youth education and community programs. DATE: Wednesday, March 14 LOCATION: Marriott Marquis ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: Tom and Hillary Baltimore PRICE: 0 CONTACT: Stuart Allen (202) 939-2085, [email protected] HOPE AND PROGRESS GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Sibley Memorial Hospital maintains a standard of excellence in public health services, including cancer research, maternal services and joint replacement care. Mellon Auditorium ATTIRE: Black-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: 0 CONTACT: Kristen Pruski, (202) 660-6814 [email protected] GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: Support for Washington’s public charter school movement. LOCATION: Longview Gallery ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: 0 CONTACT: Cherrelle Swain, (612) 229-9970, [email protected]’S BALL WHAT TO EXPECT: Critical support for the mission of Children’s National Health System including medical care, research and advocacy for children. LOCATION: Union Station ATTIRE: Black-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: Patrice King Brickman, Marcy Cohen, Kay Kendall, Michelle Di Febo Freeman and Jean-Marie Fernandez PRICE: Sponsorships start at ,500 CONTACT: Jen Fleming [email protected] CHARITIES GALA WHAT TO EXPECT: An effort to foster a spirit of community through service. LOCATION: Marriott Marquis ATTIRE: Black-tie EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: 0 CONTACT: Kimani Superville, (202) 772-4331, kimani.DATE: Thursday, March 10 LOCATION: National Building Museum ATTIRE: EVENT CHAIRMEN: PRICE: 0; 250 for young professionals CONTACT: Helen Aberger, (202) 533-1877, [email protected] WACKY AND WHIMSICAL TEA WHAT TO EXPECT: The familt-friendly event offers live performances, games, and high tea. [email protected] MID ATLANTICS ‘EVENING OF WISHES’ WHAT TO EXPECT: The event funds wishes for local children with life-threatening illnesses DATE: Saturday, April 7, p.m.

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