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Yuletide Madness: One of DC’s Hottest Holiday Parties

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Yuletide Madness: One of DC’s Hottest Holiday Parties


Ring in the season with one of DC’s biggest and longest running holiday parties!  Yuletide Madness is finally here!  The black tie event on Saturday Dec. 4th from 8pm to 1am at the prestigious National Press Club sports an open bar, up-scale dinner buffet, dancing and live entertainment from Kristen and the Noise, and DJ Smoky.  Also, during the party, 9:30 club will be giving away two sets of tickets to 2 December shows: funk legend George Clinton, and hip hop band The Roots.  After-partiers in the know hit Shelly’s Back Room for some late (and we mean LATE) night merrymaking.

Kristen and The Noise

Pick up your tickets today at www.yuletidemadness.com.  Tickets are only $110 ($100 if you use the discount code ‘joer10’) not including a small processing fee.  You can avoid the fee by stopping by The Bottom Line (1716 Eye St., NW — home of the Wash Post Express Best Bartender in DC, K-Mart) for happy hour this Wednesday Dec 1st where the hosts will be selling paper tickets.

In the spirit of the season, please bring an unwrapped toy to benefit needy and orphaned children at St. Ann ’s Maternity & Orphanage.  A portion of ticket sales also go towards a large cash contribution to St. Ann ’s on behalf of the hosts and all of our guests.

Join us and become a part of the tradition!

Brought to you by your Hosts:

Chris Grant, Fotis Thomopoulos, Marcos Bronfman, Tim Magee, Johno Steffen, Eric Kreiger, Chip Walker, Erik Greenstein, Felix Dowuona, Joe Reblando, Steve Montgomery, George Marinakos, Tim Morrison, Ingo Mayr, Rob Reed, Mike Lynch, Bill Atkins, Tipp McClure, Dave Paris, Tom Ryder, Carl Liebel, Tom Morris, Larry Langston, Brian Stromeyer, Frank Raines, Kadie Thompson, Mario Estrada, Dexter Nobrega,  Kevin Blackwell, Jen BakerJeff Gratz, Suda Somvang, Kevin Sambat, Seth Frankel, Scott Dalessio, Amy Rasmussen, Kevin Martin,  Megan Molloy, Sarah Wirk, Chris Wisniewski


In 2008, I launched AskMissA.com which grew from my personal blog into a site with 700 writers, covering the intersection of charity & lifestyle in 20 U.S. cities. With Charity + Life, I am going back to a personal blog where I can share my favorite things, and continue to shine a light on nonprofits, and cause marketing campaigns to inspire others to give as they live.

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