It’s a Romanesque landmark many of us have admired, but maybe not have had the opportunity to enter: This Groundhog Day, join us at The Maryland Club, designed by Josias Pennington, of the firm Baldwin and Pennington, in 1893.
The evening in support of the Baltimore Architecture Foundation will feature lavish food and drink, including an oyster bar, roaring fires, live jazz band, silent auction, custom silhouette portraits by artist Lauren Muney, and plenty of baronial opulence to go around. Black and white cocktail attire suggested, top hats optional!
Saturday, February 1, 2014
7:00 to 11:00 PM
The Maryland Club
1 East Eager Street, Baltimore, MD 21202
Buy tickets below, or at the door.
THEME: Light + Shadow
DRESS: black and white cocktail attire
PARKING: FREE in the Maryland Club’s lot (entrance off of Charles St.)
Hosted by the Baltimore Architecture Foundation (BAF) and AIABaltimore.