Cap-to-Cap 2023 Is SOLD OUT, Wait List Available. Chair’s Reception and Gala Locations Announced

By Metro Chamber|March 10, 2023|Advocacy, Metro Chamber|

WHAT: 51st Annual Capitol-to-Capitol Advocacy Program
WHEN:  April 22-26, 2023
WHERE:  Washington, DC

This year’s Cap-to-Cap program saw the fastest and earliest enrollment in program history.  With 400 confirmed registrants, including nearly 100 elected officials, this is our largest delegation in over a decade. While the program is currently at capacity, those who still wish to attend may add themselves to the waitlist which may be found here. We expect to exceed last year’s appointments on the Hill and in DC at large and Chamber staff are working closely with our 12 seasoned teams to curate policy papers that we will carry in order to advocate for our Region’s needs.

We have secured top-rated locations for our receptions, networking events and our black-tie gala and are thrilled to be sharing those with you beginning with our Chair’s Reception, to be held at the Renwick Art Gallery Sunday, April 23rd from 5:30pm – 7:30pm. Walking distance from the Mayflower and steps from The White House, the Smithsonian’s Renwick Art Gallery will host the 2023 Chair’s Reception. It will be the first time in Cap-to-Cap history we have used this incredible venue. This gallery exhibits American contemporary craft and art, celebrating makers taking both innovative and time-honored approaches to their work. The second floor exhibitions will be open and our reception will be held in the Grand Salon, under the Museum’s most memorable exhibit by Janet Echelman.

Thank you to Raley’s and Blue Diamond for being our first sponsors for this special night.

Our Black-tie Gala will be held at the National Building Museum on Tuesday, April 25th from 6:00pm – 10:00pm. Noted as a museum of architecture, design, engineering, construction, and urban planning, the Great Hall will be the backdrop for our black-tie event. After a renovation and then a closure due to the pandemic, the reopening of this historical architectural work of art will be captivating. The current exhibit is titled “A Better Way Home : The Housing Affordability Breakthrough.”

Thank you to Sutter Health for their generous sponsorship to this special event. Stay tuned for more surprises surrounding the Gala.

A variety of sponsorship opportunities are still available for this year’s sold out Capitol-to-Capitol program. For questions or to request more information, please contact Susan Harris Brazelton at 916-826-5410 or

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