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April 26. Mark Steyn to Star at EAI’s 25th Anniversary Gala! 

Mark Steyn headshot 2016

Mark Steyn

He’s brash, brilliant, and drawn to controversy like a moth to a flame. For decades, Mark Steyn has dazzled readers around the world with his raucous wit and brutal honesty. Internationally known, best-selling author, television commentator, and frequent guest host on the Rush Limbaugh Show. Mark Steyn will be the keynote speaker at the Ethan Allen Institute 25th Anniversary Celebration.

“Mark Steyn is the funniest writer now living.” – John O’Sullivan, editor-at-large of National Review

EVENT DETAILS:

Thursday, April 26TH
At the DoubleTree by Hilton Conference Center
(Formerly the Sheraton South Burlington)

6:00 pm social hour. Dinner & Program 7:00 pm.

Reserve Your Seats Today!

Click Here to Order Online

Click Here to Order by Mail

Email: EAI25@ethanallen.org

  • Individual Tickets: $100 with RSVP, deadline is April 16, 2018 ($125 at the door if space available)
  • Early Bird Tables: $700 for table of 8. Deadline 3/26/18
  • Entre choices include beef, salmon, or a vegetarian pasta

Become a Sponsor:

Silver – $1000. Includes two tickets to dinner and two tickets to private pre-dinner reception with Mark Steyn.

Gold: $1200. Includes eight tickets to the dinner and two tickets to private pre-dinner reception with Mark Steyn.

Platinum: $3000, includes eight tickets to the dinner and eight tickets to private pre-dinner reception with Mark Steyn.

(Sponsor’s Reception will take place from 6:00 – 7:00 pm)

Questions:
Call 802-999-8145

 

 

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