Juneteenth Art Show: Together We Rise
Project Horizon is pleased to announce our second annual Juneteenth Art Show. The show will be from June 3-26, 2021 at Nelson Gallery. Artists of all ages are invited to enter work. For more information on submitting work, click below.
The purpose of the Latinx festival is to educate the community about Latinx culture and provide a safe and friendly environment for members of Latinx community to obtain information and resources and celebrate culture.
Deck the Halls
Held every year in early December, this event provides an elegant dinner with live music and dancing and a silent auction.
The real entertainment, however is our live auction. Generous donations from local business and community members make Deck the Hall a wonderful evening.
All funds raised are used locally to provide services for domestic and sexual violence. To join Deck The Halls Gala Committee, contact us.
Play for Peace Golf Tournament
Each year, Project Horizon hosts "Play for Peace," a golf tournament at Lexington Golf and Country Club on the third weekend of October (October 16, 2020). There is a $300 entry fee for each of the 24 teams. There are cash prizes for winners. $5K for sinking a 50-foot putt. Hole-in-one prizes may include:
A 5-day golf trip for two to play the Pebble Beach courses
2 tickets to the Superbowl
Tickets to Game 1 of the World Series, Stanley Cup Playoffs, and the NBA Finals
A new car
Tournament sponsorship opportunities are available from $1,500 for a title sponsorship to $100 for a hole sponsorship. Contact Judy Casteele at 540.463.7861 for more information on how your business or organization can become a sponsor.
Intimate Violence World Premiere
In October, Project Horizon hosted the world premiere of Intimate Violence, a feature documentary on domestic violence made in partnership with Washington and Lee University.
Intimate Violence, an original film produced and directed by W&L Assistant Professor of Theater Dr. Stephanie Sandberg and Nolan Zunk '22, features local, statewide and national experts on domestic violence, as well as the stories of survivors and the violence they have endured.