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A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S GREEN

COMMUNITY LEADER AWARDS

July 18, 2019 / Washington, DC

Hosted by the USGBC National Capital Region

 

ABOUT

WHEN

July 18th, 6 to 9 pm

WHERE

Arena Stage at The Mead Center for American Theater

1101 6th Street, SW, Washington, DC, 20024

THE EVENT

For seventeen years and counting, USGBC National Capital Region’s A Midsummer Night’s Green has brought together sustainability advocates from across the DC metro area to toast the best of the best in local green building. A Midsummer Night's Green features the announcement of the winners of our Community Leader Awards, which honor excellence in high-performance design, environmental stewardship and community impact. We are thrilled to have Tommy Wells, the Director of DC's Department of Energy and the Environment as our keynote speaker for the awards ceremony. 

In addition, event attendees will vote to determine which of our impressive nominees will take home the prestigious People's Choice Award.

This premier summer social event and fundraiser offers networking, delicious hors d’oeuvres, an open bar, and unique experiences. Attendees can sit in the driver's seat or take a test drive of a BMW i Model, compliments of BMW of Sterling. For our 2019 event, we're excited to have a signature tasting corner, which will feature samples from Beyond Meat of their plant-based burger that looks, cooks and tastes like beef as well as samples from Tayst of their delicious, sustainably-made coffee. Attendees will also have the opportunity to experience virtual reality, courtesy of Grimm+Parker, and to make and take home memories of the evening at our photo booth, sponsored by Federal Realty.

Proceeds from this event support our education, advocacy and volunteer programs. We hope you'll join us as we celebrate the innovative projects and inspiring volunteers working to make a greener future for all in the National Capital Region!

See photos from last year's event here>>

SUSTAINABILITY

Last year we upped the sustainability factor of A Midsummer Night's Green by tracking and off-setting our carbon footprint and calculating our waste diversion rate. We intend to continue these practices in 2019, and to push even further in our efforts to host the greenest event possible.

 

To help minimize our carbon production, we're incentivizing green travel choices through our Sustainable Transportation Giveaway. Attendees who walk, bike or take public transportation will qualify for great prizes provided by our Experience Partners. You won't find plastic straws at our bars, and we'll be serving local beers from kegs to reduce glass in our waste stream. These measures are all in addition to our standard green event policies, which include local food and beverage sourcing, avoiding cut flowers, and reusable serving ware.

 Together, our volunteer A Midsummer Night's Green host committee and USGBC staff have worked to create an event that not only celebrates local achievements in sustainability but also exemplifies best practices in green event planning. Register now, and start making your plans to catch a bus, hop on a bike or take a walk to join us at Arena Stage on July 18!

COST

$160 - Regular ticket

$180 - Membership Special (ticket + 1-year individual USGBC NCR membership)

Online ticket sales will close at 12 noon on July 18, and tickets will be $170 at the door,

so don't wait to register!

 
 

THANK YOU SPONSORS

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Thank you to the organizations below for donating products or services to our Sustainability Giveaway.

Tayst

Annie's Ace

Beyond Meat

Bloom

Capital Bikeshare

Compost Crew

Cotton and Reed

MOM's Organic Market

New Columbia Distillers

 
 
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EXPERIENCE PARTNERS

SPONSORSHIP

Show your support for green building in the D.C. area as a sponsor for

A Midsummer Night's Green!

See who attended last year>>

Please contact us for more information.

ABOUT THE

USGBC NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION

MAKING THE NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION A GREENER, HEALTHIER, MORE EQUITABLE PLACE TO LIVE, WORK AND PLAY.

USGBC National Capital Region aims to make healthy and sustainable buildings a reality for residents in the greater Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Our diverse membership includes builders, architects, environmentalists, nonprofits and students — all providing a wealth of knowledge and industry access at every level. USGBC National Capital Region is part of USGBC's large network helping advance sustainable places to live and work nationwide.