Third Thursday at The Lodge
A tradition from the very beginning, Third Thursday events offer an eclectic variety of entertaining and educational presentations. Local celebrities, musicians, area historians, authors, artists, vintners and a host of other accomplished professionals make up the list of speakers. You’ll want to invite your friends and family to join in the fun.
For Love of the Land: A History of the Wintergreen Community
This month The Lodge welcomes author and historian Mary Buford Hitz. She’ll be discussing her book For Love of the Land: A History of the Wintergreen Community. The book explores the dreams and realities that led to the inception and development of Wintergreen. Ms. Hitz will be joined at the podium by Doug Coleman the head of the Nature Foundation of Wintergreen. You’ll be dazzled by the beauty of Wintergreen and amazed at the construction and engineering miracles it took to build the community. It’s sure to be a great evening and a wonderful presentation. Make your reservations today. RSVP to 434-823-9100 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Seating is limited.
Free Speech vs. Hate Speech
This month we present University of Virginia President Teresa A. Sullivan. In her presentation President Sullivan will be discussing the national debate concerning free speech on college campuses, the dividing line between free speech and hate speech, and how universities prepare for public assemblies that can lead to clashes. President Sullivan is UVA’s eighth president. She’s a respected scholar in labor force demography and a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences and of the American Association for the Advancement of Sciences. She’s a graduate of Michigan State University’s James Madison College, and earned her doctoral degree in sociology from the University of Chicago. Make your reservations today. RSVP to 434-823-9100 or email@example.com. Seating is limited.