The Warner's special place in the history of Washington began in the 1920s when dozens of grand theaters and movie houses lit up downtown. Built first for vaudeville and silent movies, the Theatre was opened as the Earle Theatre in 1924.
Clear your calendar - It's going down! Schedule Blocks kicks off on May 20th, and you're invited to take part in the festivities. Splash HQ (122 W 26th St) is our meeting spot for a night of fun and excitement. Come one, come all, bring a guest, and hang loose.
The Show Begins
Meet the Entrepreneurs!
Special reception for Donors, Mentors, Community Partners and content experts.
VIP Ticket required.
Network and mingle with the ventures while enjoying a beverage from the cash bar.
Auditorium Doors Open
Quick grab your seat
Yes, we will start on time.
Exchange ideas and info with the ventures
Improving k-12 education by streamlining the recruitment and enrollment process for parents and schools.
Helping women live fully by providing revolutionary products and services in support of their confidence and well-being.
Galloper connects horse owners and horse haulers in an easy to use mobile app that provides an on-demand market place for horse transportation. With easy booking, secure payment processing, open communication, ratings, reviews and more.
Arts Leadership International
Arts Leadership International inspires peaceful leadership and personal transformation by making and sharing art through collaboration, communication and compassion.
Our mission is to engage underserved Phoenix area youth through academic support, squash and wellness, mentoring, enrichment, and community service to develop high school ready middle schoolers, college ready high schoolers, and career ready adults.
All Walks Project
All Walks Project empowers students to educate their communities on issues of domestic sex trafficking and provides specialized programs for survivors.
Eric L. Luster
We provide peace of mind to parents of young athletes in sports who need real-time concussion monitoring and reporting.
The Rewrite Project
Helping teens rewrite the stories that limit their potential by infusing story telling with technology, “The Rewrite Project” builds cultural frameworks that are rooted in identity empowerment, awareness of social issues, and building leaders who positively transform school campuses and their communities.
Jacob & Justin Hamman
Improving the quality of life for persons with dementia and their caregivers.
We put the art in STEM. Providing art education to low-income schools connecting the art of learning and creation through paint, film & photography.
Young Artist Society
Young Artist Society empowers future generations to pursue education, serve their community and achieve success creatively.
Build sustainably designed architecture that reduces the negative impact on the environment. Enhance the health and comfort of its occupants, improve building energy efficiency, reduce consumption of non-renewable materials, minimize waste and create healthy, productive environments using our all-natural Stabilized Compressed Earth Blocks.
Giving small local food businesses and home bakers a virtual storefront to showcase their products making them both visible to the local consumer, and competitive with larger businesses.
Mesa heART Studio
We focus on the ART in the heART of Mesa to create community for artists and their neighbors alike.
Venture Prize Donors
"Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic."