Presented by National Industries for the Blind
Kick off 2022 with a bang! We’ll be honoring our incoming board chair, Angela Hartley, at the Chamber’s first signature event of the year. This celebration, presented by National Industries for the Blind, is sure to be a night to remember. Join us for good food, great music, and a peek of what’s to come to Alexandria this year.
April 19, 2022
National Industries for the Blind
3000 Potomac Avenue
Alexandria, VA 22305
6:00PM – Registration Opens
7:30PM – Live Auction Begins
9:00PM – Event Concludes
Complimentary, yet limited garage parking is available. Street parking is encouraged for overflow.
Night Out at MGM National Harbor
One night complimentary accommodations for two at MGM National Harbor. Dinner reservation for two at Voltaggio Brothers Steak House OR Ginger.
Good through October 2022.
Group Activity: Wine & Welding Class with Dinner
Looking for a great team building activity or a night out with friends? Put together a group of 8 for a completely unique evening in the West End of Alexandria! Join Building Momentum’s incredible team for a night of good wine, conversation and learning a new skill – Welding! Paired up, couples will craft a wine rack (or anything their creative hearts can imagine) at The Garden, Building Momentum’s industrial-chic training and events facility. Adding to this incredibly one-of-a-kind night, Sweet Fire Donna’s will provide a private dinner at The Garden prior to the welding experience.
Private VIP Tour of George Washington’s Mount Vernon Estate with lunch at the Inn Restaurant for 6
During this 60 minute exploration, go behind the scenes in the Mount Vernon Mansion, discover George Washington’s unique plan for his gardens and landscape, and learn about the fascinating history of Mount Vernon’s outbuildings and why they are still standing. Guest will be able to let their private tour guide know of any particular interests that the group may have in and around the historic area. Lunch credit for $200 at Mount Vernon Inn Restaurant, located on the ground of George Washington’s estate.