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NETWORKING EXCURSIONS

Get sweaty. Grab a coffee. Bond over your pulled hamstring.

EDUCATIONAL
SEMINARS

Brand-side panelists, authors and professional development experts.

TRENDWATCH
WORKSHOPS

Emerging trends, professional development and top case studies.

VALUABLE FACE-TIME

Meet new industry contacts. Make new friends. You never know who you’ll meet.

SUPPER
CLUBS

Create connections and spark discussions after the sun goes down.

Event Marketer’s Women in Events Week is a choose-your-own-adventure-style event that empowers you to opt into just the experiences that fit your interests—and your schedule. Our full-day itineraries include morning workouts, small group breakfast salons, hands-on philanthropic activities, educational seminars with industry experts, networking happy hours, supper clubs and night caps. Scroll down for a deeper dive into what’s coming to your city this October—we hope to see you there!

2019 Presenting Sponsor

2019 Supporting Sponsors

2019 Patron Sponsors

JOIN US AS WE BRING THE WOMEN OF THE EVENT INDUSTRY TOGETHER. 

Interested in 2020 sponsorship opportunities? contact alawler@accessintel.com today.

2019 FEATURED SPEAKERS INCLUDE:

RACHEL BOUCHER

Executive Editor
Event Marketer

Lindy Dukes

Director, Global Events: Digital & Technology Experiences
IBM

Jenn Monahan

Senior Enterprise Business Development Specialist
The Financial Gym

Snow Burns

Vice President Global Marketing
Mountain Hardwear

Jess Ekstrom

Author, Speaker, CEO and Founder
Headbands of Hope

Alaine Newland

Senior Event Producer
GitHub

Kecia Christiansen

Manager-Global Experiential Marketing
Activision

Jessica Heasley

Content Director
Event Marketer, Chief Marketer

Dana Rosenthal

Head of Global Event Marketing, The Americas
Facebook

Colleen Cosgrove

Director, Head of Global Events
Reebok

Kaylee Hultgren

Group Content Manager
Event Marketer, Chief Marketer

Emilie Watrob

Event and Development Manager
Ulta Beauty

shenique coston

Vice President, Experiential Marketing
Empire State Development

Judy Lee

Global Head of Industry and Experiential Marketing
Pinterest

2020 agenda, dates and locations to be announced. below is a snapshot of our 2019 agenda.

2019 Full-Day Experiences

 

Women in Events Week full-day signature cities feature activities from sunrise through sunset. Sign up for some or all of the activities during registration using our à la carte sign-up options.

San Francisco: October 22
7:00-8:00 AM: SOULCYCLE NETWORKING WORKOUT
75 First Street, San Francisco, CA 94105

Get your sweat on while you get to know your fellow Women in Events at our group SoulCycle class. Cost: $65. Includes 45-minute class, Women in Events t-shirt, Fiji water and shoe rental.

 


9:00-11:30 AM: BREAKFAST SALONS: CREATIVITY, CAREER AND CONFIDENCE
The Cavalier, 360 Jessie Street, San Francisco, CA 94103

Grab a delicious breakfast at one of San Francisco’s iconic woman-owned restaurants, and share ideas on important topics ranging from creativity and innovation to career-building and confidence to crafting the kinds of campaigns that will get you the respect you deserve. Each small-group discussion will tackle one topic (the options: 1. creativity and innovation; 2. career building and confidence; 3. crafting killer campaigns), and will be moderated by an industry expert. These small group discussions are where the magic happens, ladies—sign up now before the seats fill up! Cost: $65. Includes hearty breakfast, coffee and juices. Space is limited to 10 women per topic.


2:00-6:00 PM: WOMEN IN EVENTS MINI-CON AND COCKTAIL HOUR
August Hall, 420 Mason St, San Francisco, CA 94102

Cost: $199 includes afternoon seminar, coffee and snack break, cocktail hour and appetizers.

Our half-day mini-conference is jam-packed with expert brand-side panels, professional development gurus, fresh insights and ideas on industry trends, career strategies and much more—all brought together to leave you feeling educated, inspired and ready for what’s next. This year’s inspiring program includes:

KEYNOTE: THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID: MAKING OUR INTERNAL DIALOGUE OUR BIGGEST CHEERLEADER
That little voice in our heads tell a pretty powerful story about who we think we are. But often—for women in particular—that story prevents us from being who we want, and getting what we want. Listen in as Jess shares how she actively trained the voice in her head to be her biggest cheerleader through times of inspiration, chaos, failure and purpose—and how you can, too.
Presented by: Jess Ekstrom, Author, Speaker, CEO and Co-Founder of Headbands of Hope

WOMEN IN EVENTS 2019 POWER PANEL
An action-packed panel of the industry’s top brand-side women discussing a full gamut of topics—from their own stories of getting into experiential to tips and tricks for rocking your job, your experiences and your personal life. We’ll talk event industry happenings, the year it’s been and the year that’s coming—and what you need to know to kill it at work and at home.
Featured Speakers:

  • Snow Burns, Vice President Global Marketing, Mountain Hardwear
  • Alaine Newland, Senior Event Producer, GitHub
  • Moderated by: Jessica Heasley, Content Director, Event Marketer, Chief Marketer

SALARY NEGOTIATION WORKSHOP: GET PAID WHAT YOU’RE WORTH
Ever wish you had a personal financial trainer to help you negotiate your salary, set a financial plan for your life and career and help you match your value and self-worth to the number on your paycheck? Wish no more. In this interactive workshop, we’re “going there” to talk about money, and how to earn it, save it, ask for it and get more of it for the hard work you do.
Presented by: Jenn Monahan, Senior Enterprise Business Development Specialist, The Financial Gym

COCKTAIL HOUR
That’s right, ladies—we’re raising a glass to all the hardworking women in the industry with a fun finale to the day filled with tasty snacks, beer and wine, non-alcoholic beverages and fun bonding experiences to share with your colleagues and new friends.

*BYOB(ra) and enjoy a specialty cocktail!

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Bring a brand new bra to donate to I Support the Girls and get one of our refreshing and delicious specialty cocktails on the house. Will it be a “Ruth Bader Gin-sburg,” or a refreshing “Margarita Thatcher?” BYOB(ra) to find out! Sponsored by Sparks.


6:30-8:30 PM: WOMEN IN EVENTS SUPPER CLUB
Petit Marlowe
234 Townsend Street
San Francisco, CA 94107

Wrap up the day with a celebratory sit-down dinner among colleagues and new friends at one of the Bay Area’s top restaurants. Continue the discussions of the day, debate what your heard, share ideas, bring your female colleagues for a team dinner—let your hair down, mamas! This was a sold out event last year, so reserve your spot today. You never know who you’ll meet! Cost: $99, includes dinner and wine.


8:30-10:30 PM: LADIES NIGHT-CAP
petit marlowe
234 townsend street
san francisco, ca 94107

Last year, the party continued well after the supper club wrapped, so this year—we’re making it official with The Women in Events Ladies Night-cap. Have one more before you head home, or, if you had to miss the day’s events but want to raise at least one glass—join us! Cost: Cash bar.

new york: october 24

7:00-8:00 AM: SOULCYCLE NETWORKING WORKOUT
556 West 33rd Street, New York, NY 10001

Get your sweat on while you get to know your fellow Women in Events at our group SoulCycle class at New York City’s newest and most innovative SoulCycle studio: Hudson Yards—where the lighting moves to the beat and creates a dynamic environment that completely transforms your 45-minute class. Cost: $65. Includes 45-minute class, Women in Events t-shirt, Fiji water and shoe rental.


9:00-11:30 AM: BREAKFAST SALONS: CREATIVITY, CAREER AND CONFIDENCE
Sarabeth’s Park Avenue South
381 Park ave S, New York, NY 10016

Grab a delicious breakfast at one of New York City’s iconic woman-owned restaurants, and share ideas on important topics ranging from creativity and innovation to career-building and confidence to crafting the kinds of campaigns that will get you the respect you deserve. Each small-group discussion will tackle one topic (the options: 1. creativity and innovation; 2. career building and confidence; 3. crafting killer campaigns), and will be moderated by an industry expert. These small group discussions are where the magic happens, ladies—sign up now before the seats fill up! Cost: $65. Includes hearty breakfast, coffee and juices. Space is limited to 10 women per topic.


2:00-6:00 PM: WOMEN IN EVENTS MINI-CON AND COCKTAIL HOUR
NeueHouse. 110 E. 25th St, New York, NY 10010

Cost: $199 includes afternoon seminar, coffee and snack break, cocktail hour and appetizers.

Our half-day mini-conference is jam-packed with expert brand-side panels, professional development gurus, fresh insights and ideas on industry trends, career strategies and much more—all brought together to leave you feeling educated, inspired and ready for what’s next. This year’s inspiring program includes:

KEYNOTE: THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID: MAKING OUR INTERNAL DIALOGUE OUR BIGGEST CHEERLEADER
That little voice in our heads tell a pretty powerful story about who we think we are. But often—for women in particular—that story prevents us from being who we want, and getting what we want. Listen in as Jess shares how she actively trained the voice in her head to be her biggest cheerleader through times of inspiration, chaos, failure and purpose—and how you can, too.
Presented by: Jess Ekstrom, Author, Speaker, CEO and Co-Founder of Headbands of Hope

WOMEN IN EVENTS 2019 POWER PANEL
An action-packed panel of the industry’s top brand-side women discussing a full gamut of topics—from their own stories of getting into experiential to tips and tricks for rocking your job, your experiences and your personal life. We’ll talk event industry happenings, the year it’s been and the year that’s coming—and what you need to know to kill it at work and at home.
Featured Speakers:

  • Colleen Cosgrove, Director, Head of Global Events, Reebok
  • Shenique Coston, Vice President, Experiential Marketing, Empire State Development
  • Judy Lee, Global Head of Industry and Experiential Marketing, Pinterest 
  • Dana Rosenthal, Head of Global Event Marketing, The Americas, Facebook
  • Moderated by: Jessica Heasley, Content Director, Event Marketer, Chief Marketer

SALARY NEGOTIATION WORKSHOP: GET PAID WHAT YOU’RE WORTH
Ever wish you had a personal financial trainer to help you negotiate your salary, set a financial plan for your life and career and help you match your value and self-worth to the number on your paycheck? Wish no more. In this interactive workshop, we’re “going there” to talk about money, and how to earn it, save it, ask for it and get more of it for the hard work you do.
Presented by: Jenn Monahan, Senior Enterprise Business Development Specialist, The Financial Gym

COCKTAIL HOUR
That’s right, ladies—we’re raising a glass to all the hardworking women in the industry with a fun finale to the day filled with tasty snacks, beer and wine, non-alcoholic beverages and fun bonding experiences to share with your colleagues and new friends.

*BYOB(ra) and enjoy a specialty cocktail!

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Bring a brand new bra to donate to I Support the Girls and get one of our refreshing and delicious specialty cocktails on the house. Will it be a “Ruth Bader Gin-sburg,” or a refreshing “Margarita Thatcher?” BYOB(ra) to find out! Sponsored by Sparks.


6:30-8:30 PM: WOMEN IN EVENTS SUPPER CLUB
Liberty Hall at ace hotel
20 w 29th st

NEW YORK, NY 10001

Wrap up the day with a celebratory sit-down dinner among colleagues and new friends at one of New York City’s top restaurants. Continue the discussions of the day, debate what you heard, share ideas, bring your female colleagues for a team dinner—let your hair down, mamas! This was a sold out event last year, so reserve your spot today. You never know who you’ll meet! Cost: $99, includes dinner and wine.


8:30-10:30 PM: LADIES NIGHT-CAP
the lobby bar at ace hotel
New york, ny 10001

Last year, the party continued well after the supper club wrapped, so this year—we’re making it official with The Women in Events Ladies Night-cap. Have one more before you head home, or, if you had to miss the day’s events but want to raise at least one glass—join us! Cost: Cash bar.

2019 Half-Day Experiences

CHICAGO: OCTOBER 21

10:00 AM-12:00 PM: BREAKFAST SALON: CREATIVITY, CAREER AND CRAFTING THE KILLER CAMPAIGN
LIttle Goat Diner
820 W Randolph Street
Chicago, IL 60607

Brunch like a boss at one of Chicago’s top eateries, and share ideas on important topics ranging from creativity and innovation to career-building and confidence to crafting the kinds of campaigns that will get you the respect you deserve. Each small-group discussion will tackle one topic (the options: 1. creativity and innovation; 2. career building and confidence; 3. crafting killer campaigns), and will be moderated by an industry expert. These small group discussions are where the magic happens, ladies—sign up now before the seats fill up! Cost: $65 includes full breakfast, coffee and juices. Space is limited to 8-10 women per topic.


 1:00-3:00 PM: GIVE BACK ACIVITY: BUILD A SUPPORT BOX FOR BREAST CANCER
320 N Elizabeth St, Chicago, IL 60607 (HELD AT MOSAIC/ACOSTA BUILDING, Enter through the plaza on Elizabeth Street)

Doing good means feeling good. Help us support our sisters fighting the fight during Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a two-hour, hands-on support kit building session benefiting Unite for Her. Get to know other women in the industry while you roll up your sleeves to create boxes filled with much-needed supplies and messages of support for women going through or recovering from breast cancer. Sponsored by Sparks.

Cost: $30 donation—all proceeds go directly to Unite for Her. We provide the supplies—you supply the love. Limited to the first 30 to sign up.


 3:00-6:00 PM: WOMEN IN EVENTS MINI-CON AND COCKTAIL HOUR
320 N Elizabeth St, Chicago IL 60607 (HELD AT MOSAIC/ACOSTA BUILDING, Enter through the plaza on Elizabeth Street)

Cost: $169 includes afternoon seminar, coffee break, cocktail house and appetizers

Our three-hour mini-conference and cocktail hour is jam-packed with fresh insights and ideas on industry trends and an in-depth brand-side Q&A covering everything from career strategies and salary negotiation to creating inspiring work—and more. You’ll leave feeling educated, inspired and ready for what’s next. Here’s a snapshot of the program:

SHOP TALK: THE EXPERIENTIAL TRENDS OF THE YEAR
Buckle up for a fast-paced rundown of top trends impacting experiential marketing strategies and campaigns in 2019 and beyond. From b-to-b to b-to-c, to online and offline, to social media and technology, to partnerships and design, this is a Women in Events-only trend tune-up with a collection of fresh case studies the industry will be buzzing about.
Presented by: Rachel Boucher, Executive Editor, Event Marketer

WOMEN IN EVENTS 2019 Q&A
An action-packed “ask me anything” sesh with one of the industry’s top brand-side women discussing a full gamut of topics—from their own stories of getting into experiential to tips and tricks for rocking your job, your experiences and your personal life. We’ll talk event industry happenings, the year it’s been and the year that’s coming—and what you need to know to kill it at work and at home.

Featured Women in Events 2019 panelist:

  • Emilie Watrob, Event and Development Manager, Ulta Beauty
  • Moderator: Rachel Boucher, Executive Editor, Event Marketer

COCKTAIL HOUR
That’s right, ladies—we’re raising a glass to all the hardworking women in the industry with a fun finale to the day filled with tasty snacks, beer and wine, non-alcoholic beverages and fun bonding experiences to share with your colleagues and new friends.

BYOB(ra) and enjoy a specialty cocktail!

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Bring a brand new bra to donate to I Support the Girls and get one of our refreshing and delicious specialty cocktails on the house. Will it be a “Ruth Bader Gin-sburg,” or a refreshing “Margarita Thatcher?” BYOB(ra) to find out! Sponsored by Sparks.


 6:30-8:30 PM: SUPPER CLUB
Beatrix (River North Location)
519 N Clark St
Chicago, IL 60654

Wrap up the day with a celebratory sit-down dinner among colleagues and new friends at one of Chicago’s top restaurants. Continue the discussions of the day, debate what your heard, share ideas, bring your female colleagues for a team dinner—let your hair down, mamas! This was a sold out event last year, so reserve your spot today. You never know who you’ll meet! Cost: $99, includes dinner and wine.

LOS ANGELES: OCTOBER 22
10:00 AM-12:00 PM: BREAKFAST SALON: CREATIVITY, CAREER AND CRAFTING THE KILLER CAMPAIGN
DAMA
612 e 11TH ST
LOS ANGELES, CA 90015

Brunch like a boss at one of LA’s top eateries, and share ideas on important topics ranging from creativity and innovation to career-building and confidence to crafting the kinds of campaigns that will get you the respect you deserve. Each small-group discussion will tackle one topic (the options: 1. creativity and innovation; 2. career building and confidence; 3. crafting killer campaigns), and will be moderated by an industry expert. These small group discussions are where the magic happens, ladies—sign up now before the seats fill up! Cost: $65 includes full breakfast, coffee and juices. Space is limited to 8-10 women per topic.


1:00-3:00 PM: GIVE BACK ACIVITY: BUILD A SUPPORT BOX FOR BREAST CANCER
City Market Social House, 1145 San Pedro St, Los Angeles, CA 90015

Doing good means feeling good. Help us support our sisters fighting the fight during Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a two-hour, hands-on support kit building session benefiting Unite for Her. Get to know other women in the industry while you roll up your sleeves to create boxes filled with much-needed supplies and messages of support for women going through or recovering from breast cancer. Sponsored by Sparks.

Cost: $30 donation—all proceeds go directly to Unite for Her. We provide the supplies—you supply the love. Limited to the first 30 to sign up.


3:00-6:00 PM: WOMEN IN EVENTS MINI-CON AND COCKTAIL HOUR
City Market Social House, 1145 San Pedro St, Los Angeles, CA 90015

Cost: $169 includes afternoon seminar, coffee break, cocktail house and appetizers

Our three-hour mini-conference and cocktail hour is jam-packed with fresh insights and ideas on industry trends and an in-depth brand-side Q&A covering everything from career strategies and salary negotiation to creating inspiring work—and more. You’ll leave feeling educated, inspired and ready for what’s next. Here’s a snapshot of the program:

SHOP TALK: THE EXPERIENTIAL TRENDS OF THE YEAR
Buckle up for a fast-paced rundown of top trends impacting experiential marketing strategies and campaigns in 2019 and beyond. From b-to-b to b-to-c, to online and offline, to social media and technology, to partnerships and design, this is a Women in Events-only trend tune-up with a collection of fresh case studies the industry will be buzzing about.
Presented by: Rachel Boucher, Executive Editor, Event Marketer

WOMEN IN EVENTS 2019 Q&A
An action-packed “ask me anything” sesh with one of the industry’s top brand-side women discussing a full gamut of topics—from their own stories of getting into experiential to tips and tricks for rocking your job, your experiences and your personal life. We’ll talk event industry happenings, the year it’s been and the year that’s coming—and what you need to know to kill it at work and at home.

Featured panelist: Kecia Christiansen, Manager-Global Experiential Marketing, Activision
Moderated by: Rachel Boucher, Executive Editor, Event Marketer

COCKTAIL HOUR
That’s right, ladies—we’re raising a glass to all the hardworking women in the industry with a fun finale to the day filled with tasty snacks, beer and wine, non-alcoholic beverages and fun bonding experiences to share with your colleagues and new friends.

BYOB(ra) and enjoy a specialty cocktail!

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Bring a brand new bra to donate to I Support the Girls and get one of our refreshing and delicious specialty cocktails on the house. Will it be a “Ruth Bader Gin-sburg,” or a refreshing “Margarita Thatcher?” BYOB(ra) to find out! Sponsored by Sparks.


6:30-8:30 PM: SUPPER CLUB
Blue cow Kitchen
350 S Grand Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90071

Wrap up the day with a celebratory sit-down dinner among colleagues and new friends at one of LA’s top restaurants. Continue the discussions of the day, debate what your heard, share ideas, bring your female colleagues for a team dinner—let your hair down, mamas! This was a sold out event last year, so reserve your spot today. You never know who you’ll meet! Cost: $99, includes dinner and wine.

AUSTIN: OCTOBER 23
10:00 AM-12:00 PM: BREAKFAST SALON: CREATIVITY, CAREER AND CRAFTING THE KILLER CAMPAIGN
HOLY ROLLER, 509 RIO GRANDE ST, AUSTIN TX 78701

Brunch like a boss at one of Austin’s top eateries, and share ideas on important topics ranging from creativity and innovation to career-building and confidence to crafting the kinds of campaigns that will get you the respect you deserve. Each small-group discussion will tackle one topic (the options: 1. creativity and innovation; 2. career building and confidence; 3. crafting killer campaigns), and will be moderated by an industry expert. These small group discussions are where the magic happens, ladies—sign up now before the seats fill up! Cost: $65 includes full breakfast, coffee and juices. Space is limited to 8-10 women per topic.


1:00-3:00 PM: GIVE BACK ACIVITY: BUILD A SUPPORT BOX FOR BREAST CANCER
Gather Monroe, 411 W. Monroe Street, Austin TX 78704

Doing good means feeling good. Help us support our sisters fighting the fight during Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a two-hour, hands-on support kit building session benefiting Unite for Her. Get to know other women in the industry while you roll up your sleeves to create boxes filled with much-needed supplies and messages of support for women going through or recovering from breast cancer. Sponsored by Sparks.

Cost: $30 donation—all proceeds go directly to Unite for Her. We provide the supplies—you supply the love. Limited to the first 30 to sign up.


3:00-6:00 PM: WOMEN IN EVENTS MINI-CON AND COCKTAIL HOUR
Gather Monroe, 411 W. Monroe St, Austin, TX 78704

Cost: $169 includes afternoon seminar, coffee break, cocktail house and appetizers

Our three-hour mini-conference and cocktail hour is jam-packed with fresh insights and ideas on industry trends and an in-depth brand-side Q&A covering everything from career strategies and salary negotiation to creating inspiring work—and more. You’ll leave feeling educated, inspired and ready for what’s next. Here’s a snapshot of the program:

SHOP TALK: THE EXPERIENTIAL TRENDS OF THE YEAR
Buckle up for a fast-paced rundown of top trends impacting experiential marketing strategies and campaigns in 2019 and beyond. From b-to-b to b-to-c, to online and offline, to social media and technology, to partnerships and design, this is a Women in Events-only trend tune-up with a collection of fresh case studies the industry will be buzzing about.
Presented by: Kaylee Hultgren, Group Content Manager, Event Marketer, Chief Marketer

WOMEN IN EVENTS 2019 Q&A
An action-packed “ask me anything” sesh with one of the industry’s top brand-side women discussing a full gamut of topics—from their own stories of getting into experiential to tips and tricks for rocking your job, your experiences and your personal life. We’ll talk event industry happenings, the year it’s been and the year that’s coming—and what you need to know to kill it at work and at home.

Featured panelist: Lindy Dukes, Manager-Information Management Event Strategy & Planning, IBM
Moderated by: Kaylee Hultgren, Group Content Manager, Event Marketer, Chief Marketer

COCKTAIL HOUR
That’s right, ladies—we’re raising a glass to all the hardworking women in the industry with a fun finale to the day filled with tasty snacks, beer and wine, non-alcoholic beverages and fun bonding experiences to share with your colleagues and new friends.

BYOB(ra) and enjoy a specialty cocktail!

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Bring a brand new bra to donate to I Support the Girls and get one of our refreshing and delicious specialty cocktails on the house. Will it be a “Ruth Bader Gin-sburg,” or a refreshing “Margarita Thatcher?” BYOB(ra) to find out! Sponsored by Sparks.


6:30-8:30 PM: SUPPER CLUB
Fresa’s Chicken al Carbon | South First
1703 South First
Austin, TX 78704

Wrap up the day with a celebratory sit-down dinner among colleagues and new friends at one of Austin’s top restaurants. Continue the discussions of the day, debate what your heard, share ideas, bring your female colleagues for a team dinner—let your hair down, mamas! This was a sold out event last year, so reserve your spot today. You never know who you’ll meet! Cost: $99, includes dinner and wine.

2019 Networking Meet-Ups

 

Cost: $25 – includes two drink tickets!

Just for Women in Events in your city, our end-of-day local meet-up gives you a reason to leave work a little early (we won’t tell) and come network, share tips and learn from your city’s top female event marketers.

ATLANTA: OCTOBER 21

4:00-6:00 PM
Einstein’s
1077 Juniper St NE
Atlanta, GA 30309
(Cost: $25)

BYOB(ra) and enjoy a specialty cocktail!

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Bring a brand new bra to donate to I Support the Girls and get one of our refreshing and delicious specialty cocktails on the house. Will it be a “Ruth Bader Gin-sburg,” or a refreshing “Margarita Thatcher?” BYOB(ra) to find out! Sponsored by Sparks.

BOSTON: OCTOBER 21

4:00-6:00 PM
Central Kitchen
567 Massachusetts Ave
Cambridge, MA 02139
(Cost: $25)

DALLAS: OCTOBER 21

4:00-6:00 PM
HG SPLY CO
2008 Greenville Ave
Dallas, TX 75206
(Cost: $25)

DENVER: OCTOBER 22

4:00-6:00 PM
Lady Jane
2021 W 32nd Ave

Denver, CO 80211
(Cost: $25)

DETROIT: OCTOBER 22

4:00-6:00 PM
Lumen Detriot
1903 Grand River Ave
Detroit, MI 48226
(Cost: $25)

BYOB(ra) and enjoy a specialty cocktail!

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Bring a brand new bra to donate to I Support the Girls and get one of our refreshing and delicious specialty cocktails on the house. Will it be a “Ruth Bader Gin-sburg,” or a refreshing “Margarita Thatcher?” BYOB(ra) to find out! Sponsored by Sparks.

LAS VEGAS: OCTOBER 22

4:00-6:00 PM
Honey Salt
1031 S Rampart Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89145
(Cost: $25)

BYOB(ra) and enjoy a specialty cocktail!

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Bring a brand new bra to donate to I Support the Girls and get one of our refreshing and delicious specialty cocktails on the house. Will it be a “Ruth Bader Gin-sburg,” or a refreshing “Margarita Thatcher?” BYOB(ra) to find out! Sponsored by Sparks.

MIAMI: OCTOBER 22

4:00-6:00 PM
Forte Dei Marmi
150 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(Cost: $25)

MINNEAPOLIS: OCTOBER 23

4:00-6:00 PM
The Red Stag Supperclub
509 1st Avenue NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413
(Cost: $25)

PHILADELPHIA: OCTOBER 23

4:00-6:00 PM
Ladder 15
1528 Sansom St
Philadelphia, PA 19102
(Cost: $25)

BYOB(ra) and enjoy a specialty cocktail!

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Bring a brand new bra to donate to I Support the Girls and get one of our refreshing and delicious specialty cocktails on the house. Will it be a “Ruth Bader Gin-sburg,” or a refreshing “Margarita Thatcher?” BYOB(ra) to find out! Sponsored by Sparks.

PORTLAND: OCTOBER 23

4:00-6:00 PM
Irving Street Kitchen
701 NW 13th Ave
Portland, OR 97209
(Cost: $25)

SAN JOSE: OCTOBER 23

4:00-6:00 PM
Mountain Winery
14831 Pierce Rd
Saratoga, CA 95070
(Cost: $25)

BYOB(ra) and enjoy a specialty cocktail!

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Bring a brand new bra to donate to I Support the Girls and get one of our refreshing and delicious specialty cocktails on the house. Will it be a “Ruth Bader Gin-sburg,” or a refreshing “Margarita Thatcher?” BYOB(ra) to find out! Sponsored by Sparks.

SEATTLE: OCTOBER 24

4:00-6:00 PM
Tin Table
915 E Pine St, Seattle, WA 98122
(Cost: $25)

BYOB(ra) and enjoy a specialty cocktail!

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Bring a brand new bra to donate to I Support the Girls and get one of our refreshing and delicious specialty cocktails on the house. Will it be a “Ruth Bader Gin-sburg,” or a refreshing “Margarita Thatcher?” BYOB(ra) to find out! Sponsored by Sparks.

ST. LOUIS: OCTOBER 24

4:00-6:00 PM
Tree House Restaurant
3177 S Grand Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63118
(Cost: $25)

NASHVILLE: OCTOBER 24

4:00-6:00 PM
The Green Pheasant
215 1st Avenue South
Nashville, TN 37201
(Cost: $25)

BYOB(ra) and enjoy a specialty cocktail!

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Bring a brand new bra to donate to I Support the Girls and get one of our refreshing and delicious specialty cocktails on the house. Will it be a “Ruth Bader Gin-sburg,” or a refreshing “Margarita Thatcher?” BYOB(ra) to find out! Sponsored by Sparks.

WASHINGTON DC: OCT. 24

4:00-6:00 PM
Ris
2275 L Street NW
Washington, DC 20037
(Cost: $25)

CONTACT US

Need something? Contact our Women in Events Week support team lead:

NICOLE CIMO

ncimo@accessintel.com
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