Thursday, February 11th 2016 - 7:45 am - 4:30 pm
at DoubleTree Hotel
990 Hilton Heights Road
The Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Quadruplicity Women’s Conference is a transformative business event that gives women & men valuable insight and applicable knowledge needed to take charge of what is most important to them.
The term “Quadruplicity” grew from recognizing the four main aspects of our lives: Career, Life, Money and Health. This leading premier businesswomen’s event sets the standard for women’s success in all quadrants of their lives.
In an inclusive and engaging environment, Quadruplicity opens the door to significant and lasting experiences in education, networking, mentoring, leadership development and personal growth. The day-long conference is a gathering of motivated business professionals, female and male alike.
Featuring Keynote Speaker Meredith Strohm Gunter of the Weldon Cooper Center!
Friday, February 12th 2016 - 7:00 pm - 11:30 pm
at Altria Theater
6 N. Laurel St.
On tour for their 30th Anniversary and making a stop in Richmond! Tickets on sale Friday, December 4 at 10am (just in time for Christmas)!
Saturday, February 13th 2016 - 8:45 pm
at Jefferson Theatre
110 E. Main St.
TO BENEFIT UVA CANCER CENTER
FT. NEW BOSS, BORROWED BEAMS OF LIGHT ALONG WITH MEMBERS OF SECRET STORM, WE ARE STAR CHILDREN, SHIPS IN THE NIGHT, SHAGWÜF, XPS AND MORE
Sunday, February 14th 2016 - 6:00 pm
at King Family Vineyard
6550 Roseland Farm
Hope’s Legacy will host “Have a Heart for Horses” Benefit Sunday, February 14, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. at King Family Vineyards in Crozet, VA. The event will feature dinner by Harvest Moon Catering, drinks, a silent auction and dancing with music by Charlottesville’s favorite super 80’s bluegrass hits machine, Love Canon.
Established in 2008, Hope’s Legacy is a non-profit all-breed rescue working to save horses, mules and donkeys from a variety of situations including, but not limited to: abuse, abandonment, neglect, slaughter. In some cases, owners can no longer care for these animals. Hope’s Legacy steps in to find new, safe homes.
Most recently, the organization has taken on the care of many horses from the Peaceable Farm case in Orange County. Caring for 35 horses, which more than doubles the total number of horses that Hope’s Legacy usually oversees, the rescue is forced to increase its fundraising needs. Looking towards the future, Hope’s Legacy is looking to find and secure property to accommodate their current horses and future rescues.
For tickets and information:
Maya Proulx (434) 531-5688
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