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Fest-of-All - Saturday, February 23 at the Baltimore Museum of Industry

posted Jan 23, 2013, 5:32 PM by Fina Santa-Maria   [ updated Jan 23, 2013, 5:35 PM ]
 It’s that time of year again! Time for THE party of the season! Federal Hill Main Street’s 6th annual FEST-OF-ALL Party & Fashion Show is on Saturday, February 23, 2013, 7 to 11 pm, at the Baltimore Museum of Industry. This event has sold out the last two years!

 

Join friends and neighbors from the whole peninsula as we celebrate our community with food & drink, a fashion show, live music, dancing, a silent auction, and more!

 

FEST-OF-ALL is a showcase of the best of Federal Hill! It will feature fine food & drink (open bar) from many great local restaurants and taverns. Be sure to try the new Fest-of-All 2013 Signature Drink, courtesy of Nobles Bar and Grille, whose Strawberry Lemon Crush won over voters at the contest held during Moonlight Madness.

 

You’ll love the runway Fashion Show showcasing the newest attire and accessories from local shops. Coordinated this year by Christie Griffiths of Brightside Boutique and Monesha Phillips of Pandora’s Box, the show will feature local models. Joining veteran shops like Brightside, Lovelace, Pandora’s Box, Seleh’s Furs, and Vanessa’s Vintage Treasures are newcomers B’more Betty, Bobabooi’s Treasure Chest, Cottage Kidz, Posh Retro, and The Bridal Suite. 

 

Back by popular demand are The Real Geniuses, which means lots of good dancing. A silent auction offering bargains galore and exciting trips rounds out the evening.

 

Proceeds from FEST-OF-ALL go to the national award-winning nonprofit Federal Hill Main Street program for its community revitalization efforts, including a small business revolving microloan fund established to assist local businesses in gaining access to capital.

 

Tickets are $75 in advance, $90 at the door, and include all the fine food & drink from Federal Hill establishments. Don’t miss out on the fun and support a good cause! 

 

Info, tickets, and photos from last year: www.historicfederalhill.org

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