January 27, 2018 – 2640 St. Paul St.
Pictured (LtoR) Steph Compton, Baltimore Free Farm/event volunteer; and Teresa Barnes, Baltimore Free Farm resident/event decorating coordinator
Pictured (LtoR) Tarryn Torn and Opal Phoenix, event organizers
Pictured (LtoR) Liz iller, Access Art teaching artist; Tom Kennedy, US Army lawyer; and Kasezga Tembo, CMG Financial financial advisor
Pictured (LtoR) Jason Tyler, Applied Archeology archeologist; and Meredith Tyler, McCormick manager of IT strategy & planning
Pictured (LtoR) Suzie Knable, Baltimore-based European bicycle tour host; Michele Tsonis, Baltimore-based fitness professional; Mike Gimbel, Maryland-based substance abuse consultant; and Roger Knable, Baltimore-based European bicycle tour host
Pictured (LtoR) “Mama Cara” White, The Tool Shed Band singer/saw player; and Dave Thomas, The Tool Shed Band singer/banjo player/song curator
Pictured (LtoR) Valeska Populoh, Maryland Institute College of Art faculty member; Ursula Populoh, Baltimore-based fiber artist; and Ray Iturralde, Baltimore City Community College CADD professor
Pictured (LtoR) Ray Gergen, University of Maryland Baltimore physical therapy student; and Lauren Hamm, To Tony Visual Events owner/videographer
Folks enjoyed good food, good music and good company at Baltimore Free Farm’s “7th Annual Fancy Dinner,” which raised money for the farm and its food justice programs.