Things to Do:
Explore Kappa Kappa Gamma’s heritage, view objects from our past, and be part of history in the making! Check out items from The Stewart House, Kappa Kappa Gamma’s archives, and delve into the Digital Archives and Interactive History of Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Tradition of Leadership Exhibits
Journey through time from the founding of Kappa Kappa Gamma to the entrance of women in the workplace with Tradition of Leadership: Education to Enfranchisement and Enfranchisement to Employment. Smithsonian Curator Emerita Edith P. Mayo, George Washington, curator emerita of the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of American History, brings to life the leaders of Kappa Kappa Gamma who were also at the forefront of pivotal societal issues. These exhibits will be on display throughout Convention. You won’t want to miss it!
The Tribute Table is a special opportunity to honor Kappa sisters and support the important work of the Foundation. Be part of the Foundation’s initiative to raise $150,000 to support the areas of greatest need, such as Rose McGill Disaster Relief, GIRLS Academy, and scholarships. With your gift, you will receive Kappa notecards, which are a wonderful way to tell a friend or mentor how much they mean to you!
Visit Kappa’s licensed vendor event and shop more than 10 different vendors. This is a two-day event, so be sure to stop by for some fabulous finds!
Blue Owl Boutique
The Blue Owl Boutique is a unique, affordable shopping experience for all who attend Convention. Here you can find everything from jewelry to ornaments to paper products — all made by Kappas!
If you are interested in participating as a vendor, please click here for more information.