close the gap CA invites you:

UPDATE: This event is currently at capacity. If you already reserved a seat or had one reserved for you at a table but need to complete payment, please contact Erin Mincberg (erin@erinmincberg.com)


Best-selling authors read selections and discuss barrier-breaking women.

Elizabeth McKenzie, The Portable Veblen
Marianne Cooper, Cut-Adrift: Families in Insecure Times
Barbara Babcock, Fish Raincoats: A Woman Lawyer's Life

and special guest moderator Irma Herrera,
playwright and solo performer, Tell Me Your Name

Please join us for lunch to support close the gap CA, a campaign to recruit progressive women to run for the CA Legislature. A decade ago California ranked 6th in the nation for the number of women in its legislature; in 2016, we ranked 22nd. CTGCA is doing something about that.
You can too!

FRIDAY February 10th 11:30AM -1:30PM
Mitchell Park Library
3700 Middlefield Road
Palo Alto, CA 94303

www.closethegapca.org

Ticket Types

Patron - $5000
Your table dines with an author (first four tables)
VIP Reception for you and your guests
Priority seating
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Sponsor - $2500
VIP Reception for you and your guests
Priority seating
Signed book

Table Captain - $1250
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*Federal tax law requires us to publicly report cumulative contributions of $200 or more. We may not deposit your contribution without your name, occupation, and employer, and may not accept contributions of $100 or more made in cash. Contributions to close the gap CA are not tax deductible. close the gap CA is a registered 527 organization.

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