Women on the Rise conference is 1950s-1960s themed

Registration for the Sept. 15 event ends Sept. 12

The KD Hall Foundation will host its second Women on the Rise conference as a red carpet gala next month at the Museum of Flight.

From 5 to 10 p.m. Friday, Sept. 15 the 1950s-1960s themed gala will double as a release party for the documentary “Discovering You,” according to a media release.

This documentary features 10 “dynamic women leaders (from) across Washington state,” the release added.

Registration for the event runs through Sept. 12 at http://bit.ly/WomenOnThe Rise2.

Admission is $55 for children ages 12-18, $67 for members, $85 for the general public and $1,000 for a table of 10. Admission includes a plated dinner.

All tickets must be purchased in advance.

For more information on the KD Hall Foundation, visit kdhallfoundation.org.

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