Political commentator and writer Andrew Sullivan provides entertainment at this year's Commonwealth Dinner.
Last year, they packed a room at the Greater Richmond Convention Center. On Saturday, May 1, they’re sure to fill up the Marriott this time around. Equality Virginia‘s Commonwealth Dinner is one of the most anticipated social events of Richmond. You can check out our post-event coverage last year here.
This year, writer and political commentator Andrew Sullivan provides the evening’s entertainment. He’s appeared on Real Time with Bill Maher, The Chris Matthews Show, Face the Nation and maintains the popular Atlantic blog, the Daily Dish.
Leading up to this year’s dinner, EV hosts an opening reception for their second juried art show on April 8 at the Gay Community Center of Richmond. Artwork will be available for auction the night of the dinner.
As part of the program, EV recognizes five OUTstanding Virginians that have contributed to moving the LGBT community forward.
Ticket holders also get the chance to take a private tour of the new wing of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts on Sunday, May 2 as part of the museum’s grand opening weekend. Tickets are $110 per person through March 1, then go up to $135. Tickets can be purchased here.
It’s always fun to drink and have a little fun while supporting a good cause. Quirk Hotel’s restaurant, Maple & Pine, started Wine Table Tuesdays a few months ago where every week you can sample four wine tastings and the proceeds go toward a different local charity or organization. Tonight, the restaurant will host the [...]