It’s 1979, and Washington, D.C. socialite Hester Ferris is notorious for her posh dinner parties that can change the course of politics. But when her son turns up with an ambitious girlfriend and a newly minted political agenda, it ignites a family divide that spans 30 years and six presidential administrations. A timely and moving look at a family forced to choose between defending opposing political views and keeping their family together.
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Earlier Event: February 7“Rain Gardens and Other Design Strategies for Dealing with the Drought” FEATURING Joan Bolton
Later Event: February 10Kids Draw Architecture: Sketch Session