WEEKEND AT THE LIBRARY

Weekend at the Library is the Atheneum’s primary fundraiser.  We rely on the support from this event to provide a year of exceptional, free, educational, and cultural programming for our Nantucket community.

Your generous support helps us move our mission forward.

VISIONARY

$50,000

($46,200 tax deductible)

All Library Lover Benefits

Dinner and conversation with Kara Swisher

Special introduction to Shawn Colvin

LIBRARY LOVER

$25,000

($21,200 tax deductible)

4 Tickets Thought Leadership Dinner

4 Tickets Concert and Garden Party

4 Invitations
Private tour of library & reception, featuring items from the Vault

Season pass
Geschke Lectures

Premiere seating

ENTHUSIAST

$15,000

($13,500 tax deductible)

2 Tickets Thought Leadership Dinner

2 Tickets Concert and Garden Party

2 Invitations
Private tour of library & reception, featuring items from the Vault

4 Tickets
Geschke Lecture

Premiere seating

ADMIRER

$10,000

($8,600 tax deductible)

2 Tickets Thought Leadership Dinner

2 Tickets Concert and Garden Party

2 Tickets Geschke Lecture

ADVOCATE

$5,000

($4,450 tax deductible)

2 Tickets Concert and Garden Party

2 Tickets Geschke Lecture

BOOKWORM

$3,000

($2,600 tax deductible)

1 Ticket Thought Leadership Dinner

GROUPIE

$1,500

($1,250 tax deductible)

1 Ticket Concert and Garden Party

All $1,500+ Sponsors Receive: Name recognition in Annual Report and Weekend at the LIBRARY materials, Invitation to Saturday evening’s Summer Garden Party.

ADMIRER + Sponsors Receive: Preferred pricing for additional event tickets.

*Space is limited. Reserve sponsorship and tickets early.

Thank YOU for your support!

The Nantucket Atheneum is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation. Contributions are deductible to the full extent of applicable tax regulations. Advice from your tax and legal advisors is recommended.

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David M. Rubenstein