“Wet Hot American Summer” Interactive Movie Night – Creative Alliance

August 9, 2017 – Creative Alliance at The Patterson

Pictured (LtoR) Peter Robertson, Fort Meade instructor; Rosa Villastrigo, Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth program manager; and Gen Chawluk, Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth assistant program manager

Pictured (LtoR) Chris Warman, Baltimore Community Foundation finance assistant; and Amelia Meman, University of Maryland Baltimore County Women’s Center coordinator

Pictured (LtoR) Jen Marsh and Heather Keating, event hosts

Pictured (LtoR) Julie Ruddle, Maryland Critter Sitter owner/”ninja”; and Rachel Maiga, Daughter’s Choice owner/designer

Pictured (LtoR) Heather Backes, Sony Electronics account manager; and Rob Sarracino, StorageHawk account manager

Pictured (LtoR) Patrice LaHair, Baltimore city school teacher; Greg Williams, United Health Group attorney; Julie Oxenhandler, Baltimore city school teacher; and Abby Robbins, Baltimore County school teacher

Pictured (LtoR) Lucie Camp, Baltimore Orioles graphic designer; and Jessica Sanders, Bel Air Center for Plastic and Hand Surgery OT technician

Pictured (LtoR) Matt Henry, Baltimore area engineer; and Lacey Henry, Johns Hopkins University tech transfer specialist

A sell-out crowd filled the theater at the Creative Alliance at the Patterson for the first night of “Wet Hot American Summer Interactive Movie Night.” Folks were encouraged to come decked out for the theme of the 2001 flick about a group of counselors at a 1981 summer camp.

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