We have a set number of tickets we are making available for the Saturday night dinner buffet. There is no guarantee that there will be any tickets available for purchase if you wait until you arrive at the RG!
Want to be sure you get a great seat to see keynote speaker Edward Gabriel?
Want to have an awesome Saturday night dinner at a reasonable price? Want to make sure you have dinner with your friends?
Sign up for the Saturday Night Dinner for only $20. Don’t miss out on making sure you get a great seat and a great dinner for a great price.
(Must be registered for the RG to also purchase the dinner.)
The MWM Occulturium is back! Have you even wanted to have your tarot cards read? Longed to know what the lines on your palms say about you? Cast runes and understand their secret messages? Well, join us at the RG and be amazed (or at the very least, entertained)! Our experienced readers and prognosticators will be on hand for a few short hours to give individualized readings.
This event is always a popular one and we are excited to gaze into the Mysteries on your behalf. If you are interested in helping with the Occulturium, we have a few spots left for readers and docents. Contact Justin Vos at firstname.lastname@example.org or via the volunteer tab.
We’re excited to welcome Press Play, a long-form improv comedy troupe based in Washington, D.C. Founded in 2010, Press Play loves performing in venues across Washington, D.C., including as a guest troupe at Washington Improv Theater, and across the nation.
They’ve had the privilege of performing at the Baltimore Improv Festival; Boston Comedy Arts Festival; Charm City Comedy Festival; Chicago Improv Festival; LA Improv Festival; Del Close Marathon (NYC); Harrisburg Comedy Throwdown; NYC Improv Festival; SteelStacks Comedy Festival (Bethlehem, PA); Out of Bounds Comedy Festival (Austin); and District Improv Festival (DC).
Press Play loves improv, each other, and you. Yeah, accept it.
We’re pleased to announce that Rear Admiral Scott F. Giberson, United States Assistant Surgeon General, and Chief Professional Officer for the pharmacy category of the U.S. Public Health Service (USPHS) and the first director of the Division of Commissioned Corps Personnel and Readiness will be giving our opening session address on Friday evening!
RADM Giberson will be discussing his Command position with the overseas Ebola response: both the strategic leadership needed to execute such an effort and lessons learned.
He has operational leadership over 6,700 Commissioned Corps officers of the USPHS, one of the seven uniformed services of the United States. We’re lucky to have him and hope you enjoy hearing him speak!