Fans of Mr. Trash Wheel celebrated their fandom at a party in honor of the trash-gathering “sea creature” and its “relatives” at Peabody Heights Brewery.
There were food trucks and live entertainment outside…
Inside, folks could peruse art inspired by Mr. Trash Wheel, some of which was up for auction…
…or purchase souvenirs dedicated to their idol.
Pictured (LtoR) Sarah Lindquist, Gant Brunnett Architects architectural designer; and Adam Lindquist, Waterfront Partnership Healthy Harbor Initiative director
Pictured (LtoR) Event organizers: Casey Merbler, Waterfront Partnership Healthy Harbor project manager; and Robyn Stegman, Waterfront Partnership marketing coordinator/voice of Mr. Trash Wheel
Pictured (LtoR) Joyce McGuire, Wells Fargo administrator; Eliott Sterner, Baltimore area software engineer; Elle Porcelli, artist/electrial engineering student; Margaree Nadler, freelance writer/googly eye headbands creator
Pictured (LtoR) Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health students: Alex Feitel; Sarah Kennedy; and Tim Coppa
Pictured (LtoR) Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health students: Ian Woodworth; and Anissa Sridhar
Pictured (LtoR) Ali Barton, EA Engineering, Science and Technology environmental engineer; Judy Kim, Johns Hopkins University PhD student; and Dave Barton, Texas-based civil engineer
Pictured (LtoR) Brienne Momberger, National Aquarium interpretive aide; Heather Mortimer, NASA GLOBE Observer graphic designer/technical writer; and Cory Taylor, I.A.T.S.E. Local #19 AV tech/stage manager
Pictured (LtoR) Kelly Catalfamo, University of Baltimore jurisprudence student; and Yong Xu, Amazon warehouse manager (October 20, 2018 – Peabody Heights Brewery)