BAF 25::April 28th, 2012

25? Is it really possible that the Baltimore Architecture Foundation is celebrating its 25th Anniversary? It seems like just yesterday when we were sitting at the round table talking about the dead architects who shaped our city.

Event Info

April 28th, 2012 :: 7:30pm-12:00am

One East Lexington Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21202

We’ll have music by the Corner Quartet and Jason Willett of the True Vine Record Shop, dancing, hors d’oeuvres, beer, wine, a cocktail, as well as a silent auction.

Silent Auction items include:

Dinner for two at The Helmand
Custom product from Mclain Wiesand
A round of golf at The Elkridge Club
An overnight stay at Four East Madison Inn
A Lilly Pulitzer Pillow from Pigtown Design
Salvaged Antiques from Housewerks
Tickets to the National Aquarium
A private tour of the upcoming War of 1812 exhibit at The Maryland Historical Society
Champagne brunch for four at The Engineers Club
Treats from Trinacria
And much more!!!

We will honor organizations and individuals for their ongoing support of architecture in Baltimore with our annual awards.The University of Baltimore will receive the Golden Griffin Award for their work on the UB Law Center, retiring President of the Baltimore Development Corporation Mr. M. Jay Brodie will receive the Roger D. Redden Award, and Mr. Robert C. Embry, Jr. will receive a special 25 Year Award for his long commitment to architecture and development in Baltimore.


Tickets are $75 per person and support the Baltimore Architecture Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization.
Tickets can be purchased using the link above or payable at the door by check or cash.


Parking is available for just $4.00 
directly across Lexington Street

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