CHV Auction and A Night of Mystery!
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After two years of virtual events, Capitol Hill Village is planning an in-person Gala for 28 April, 2023 at 6:30 p.m. St Mark’s Episcopal Church has been reserved to provide both indoor and outdoor spaces with opportunities for “friend-raising” as you and your fellow CHV members meet face-to-face to share “A Night of Mystery.”
Get out of your blue jeans and sweat pants, celebrate 15 years of CHV and its wonderful volunteers, and plan to mingle with all sorts of interesting folks from our community and characters from your favorite mysteries. You may want to join the fun and dress as your favorite character from “Clue” or as your favorite detective as you look for clues to a specially designed CHV mystery. At the Gala, you can sign up for Salon Dinners with local celebrities and interesting folks.
The fun actually begins well before the party night — an on-line silent auction will run for a couple of weeks before the Gala. Even people who don’t intend to attend the actual Gala will have the opportunity to bid on a wide variety of great auction items: theater tickets, restaurant coupons, vacation homes across the globe, and more.
You will have an opportunity to preview our auction items starting April 1. Watch this page for updated information.
If you want to be part of planning for this event and our online auction, volunteer at email@example.com.
We are also seeking the following:
- Donated items for the auction, including vacation homes, fine art and collectibles, lessons or services you may be able to offer other members, gift certificates to local businesses and restaurants, and more!
- Speakers, hosts, and homes for our popular Salon Events.
If you have an idea or question, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks To Our Gala Sponsors!
Capitol Hill Village is a model for a grassroots response to support our country’s aging population in a dignified and resource-efficient way. Continually improving, we are expanding and refining our services, including new membership pilots, new service types, increased educational programs and ever-broadening partnerships. At the same time, we are taking on a larger role across local and national discussions around aging, health and fitness, housing and the financial impacts of the fastest growing segment of our population—those over 60. And remember, Capitol Hill Village programs serve all members of our community, reducing reliance on public resources.