Many Hats Charity Polo Invitational – Discount Code CUZEVENTS2017

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THE MANY HATS CHARITY POLO INVITATIONAL TO BENEFIT COMPANY E Special Event will showcase a polo match, Company E dance demonstration, silent & live auction, impromptu artist painting, divot stomping for fans of all ages


The Many Hats Institute has partnered with Summerhill Polo to host a “Hats on for

Charity” event on Saturday, June 10 from 3:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. at Summerhill Field,

18411 Beallsville Rd., Poolesville, MD. All proceeds from the fundraiser will benefit

Company E’s Capital Dance Program, which is a daytime, in-school program for

Elementary and Middle School students, focused on creating an opportunity of  “youth-

at-risk” students to experience, explore and seek dance as a passion and potentially as a

career. Tickets are $50 and can be purchased online at

Children 14 and under are FREE. Please use discount code CuzEvents2017 for

10% off your ticket price!


A pre-event party will begin at 3:00 p.m. at Darlington House in Dupont Circle featuring

drink specials and bus transportation to the field. The gates will open at 4:30 p.m. for

those that prefer to drive and park at the field. Attendees can enjoy food, snacks and

beverages that will be available for purchase from Peruvian Brothers food truck. Throughout

the evening there will a contest with prizes for “Best Hat.” Company E dancers will kick

off the evening with an exhibition dance, and the Polo Match will begin around 6:00

p.m. At halftime spectators are invited to take part in the traditional champagne divot

stomp on the field, to replace the grass divots turned over by the horses during play.

Also, noted artist Timoteo Murphy from R Space Collection will create an impromptu

painting on the field which will then be featured as part of the live auction. Silent

auction items will include autographed jerseys, sporting tickets, vacation getaways,

distillery tours and numerous other collectibles.


Competing in the charity match will be Charlie Muldoon, whose history includes the U.S.

Polo Open, the FIP World Polo Championship, the Geneva Open, and the East Coast

Open.  As head coach of the U.S Polo team, Charlie led the team to the semifinals of the

2011 FIP World Polo Championship in San Luis, Argentina. He is currently the Executive

Director of the U.S Polo Association’s Umpires, LLC., and he also serves as Governor at

Large of the U.S. Polo Association.


“This is the perfect opportunity for those that have never witnessed a game of polo to

venture out to Poolesville. You will get a warm welcome, enjoy a family friendly event,

and support a great cause in a beautiful location just 45 minutes from DC, “said Charlie



About Many Hats Institute

Founded in 1999 by Fabian Koss, the Many Hats Institute (MHI)  is a non profit dedicated

to improving the conditions for children and youth worldwide. MHI takes advantage of

the many hats that people wear or have the potential to wear. The strategy of the

institute is to leverage time, talent, and resources from the “Many Hatters” from around

the world. The ultimate objective is empowerment-empowerment of youth and

empowerment of the people who want to help youth, as quickly as possible in as many

places as possible.


About Summerhill Polo

Located only 30 miles away from Washington, D.C., Summerhill Polo was originally

founded in a partnership with Potomac Polo as a training center for elite polo players

looking to train with Charlie Muldoon. Over the past 17 years it’s established itself

as Southern Maryland’s premier polo destination, and today it’s open to the public.


About Company E

Company E builds its art through engagement with the diplomatic missions from nations

around the globe, all based in Washington, DC, seeking out the greatest choreographic

talent at work today, with an emphasis on the next generation of brilliant, cutting edge

choreography, and with the US missions abroad to present that work on the

international stage.

To learn more visit or call Dario Sotomayor at 915-276- 1836.

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