Friday, January 24, 2020
· Complimentary Cocktail Hour with Hosted Bar: 6:00 p.m.
· Dinner: 7:00 p.m.
Renaissance D.C. Downtown Hotel – Grand Ballroom
999 9th St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20001
Tickets for the Rose Dinner are sold out and registration is closed.
You can register for the waiting list by completing this short form. A small amount of tickets may be available in January.
The Rose Dinner is an evening of inspiration and fellowship to conclude the March for Life activities. Please purchase your tickets in advance as this event sells out and tickets will not be available at the door. No cancellations will be processed after January 9th, 2020.
Please reach out to Mary Lembke if you have any questions.
Tickets are on sale for $175 per person. Individual Dinner Tickets will be seated in the Open Seating area of the ballroom and you may choose any open seat available when you arrive.
Standard Reserved tables of 10 Guests are also available for $2000 which have preferred seating over individual dinner tickets.
For the “Best Seats” in the house, please consider purchasing a Sponsorship Table for $3000 which also includes recognition in the event program and on-screen during Dinner.
Caleb Nei is a pianist from Winchester who can be found somewhere in Northern Virginia playing jazz on most weekends. He loves playing solo piano and in small combo situations. He finds great joy in making a moment memorable in a way only live music can. He has a music degree from Huntington University in Indiana and has studied jazz at Shenandoah University. He’s the graphic designer for the Sono Luminus record label and is the Worship Arts Director at Emmaus Church in Berryville. If all this isn’t enough, he’s married with three kids!
Sister Bethany Madonna
Sister Bethany Madonna entered the Sisters of Life in 2007. While attending the University of Central Florida, she had a profound encounter with the Lord, which drew her heart toward the vulnerable unborn and their mothers. After her graduation in 2006, she worked for the Respect Life Office for the Diocese of Orlando before joining her religious community. She made her final vows in 2015 and currently lives at the community’s Motherhouse, serving as the Vocation Director. She loves sharing the message of life and love.
Dr. William Hogan
Dr. Bill Hogan began his medical career as an OBGYN in the 1960s, placing the loving care for expectant mothers and babies at the heart of everything he did, both inside and out of his practice. From serving women with crisis pregnancies in his medical practice to defending the Human Life Amendment before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Dr. Hogan has fully exemplified the spirit of the pro-life movement. For this reason, the March for Life is honored to present Dr. William Hogan with the inaugural Pro-Life Legacy Award.Read more about the life and legacy of Dr. Bill Hogan.
We are grateful for our Rose Dinner Sponsors!