6 - 9 pm
360 South Creekside Drive
On Thursday, September 15, The Heartland Institute will celebrate its 32nd anniversary with a reception and dinner at The Cotillion, a fine banquet hall in Palatine, Illinois. Our keynote speaker will be political satirist and author P.J. O’Rourke, who will deliver an incisive and funny address about the 2016 election and the state of politics and culture in America today.
You will not want to miss this fantastic event! Click on “Tickets” in the menu above to reserve your seat or table today. For more information – and to learn about how you can attend a special VIP reception with P.J. O’Rourke before the dinner – contact Gwendalyn Carver, Heartland’s director of development, at 312/377-4000 or email@example.com.
About the keynote speaker:
Both Time and The Wall Street Journal have called P.J. O’Rourke “the funniest writer in America.” With more than one million words of trenchant journalism under his byline, O’Rourke has more citations in The Penguin Dictionary of Humorous Quotations than any other living writer. A renowned correspondent covering politics, economics, culture, and current events, he is a contributing editor at The Weekly Standard and has written for such diverse publications as The Wall Street Journal, Car and Driver, House & Garden, Forbes Life, and Rolling Stone.
He is the best-selling author of 15 books, including Parliament of Whores, Eat the Rich, Holidays in Hell, Give War a Chance, The CEO of the Sofa, and Don’t Vote – It Just Encourages the Bastards.
See a longer bio here.