Groundhog Day Party

Leave it to the Baltimore Architecture Foundation to combine two seemingly disparate themes into one great bash for its annual fundraiser.

The party took place inside a Mount Vernon mansion built in 1891…
…with a Motown theme, complete with DJ, dance floor, with a healthy helping of soul food on the side.
Pictured (LtoR) Alonzo D. LaMont, Johns Hopkins University & Medicine Welch Medical Library human resources specialist; Doug Bothner, Ziger | Snead partner; Katherine LePage, Ziger | Snead associate/event co-chair; and Katelin Etoh, Ziger | Snead partner
Pictured (LtoR) Maura Smith, State of Maryland health policy analyst; and Sarah Cavas, Baltimore area GIS technician
Pictured (LtoR) Dr. Kelly King, Addiction Policy Forum director; Jackson Gilman-Forlini, Baltimore City General Services Department historic preservation officer; Andrea Drake, Moseley Architects architect; and Jerry Simon, Black & Veatch Corporation engineering technician
Pictured (LtoR) Floura Teeter colleagues: Alice Storm Jones, landscape architect; Matt Ellingson, landscape designer; and Sara Goins, marketing director
Pictured (LtoR) Rebecca Stackhouse, Baltimore County Public Schools teacher; and Bill King, City Center Residents Association president
Pictured (LtoR) Parading their polyester: Olivia Miles, Baltimore-based artist; and Ann-Marie Van Tassell, Baltimore-based photographer
Pictured (LtoR) Kathleen Lane, Baltimore Architecture Foundation/The American Institute of Architects, Baltimore Chapter executive director; Rob Brennan, Brennan + Company architect; Martin Marren, Marren Architects principal; Margareth Davies, Johns Hopkins Hospital ICU nurse
Pictured (LtoR) Dave Ditman, retired Howard County Public School System teacher/BAF board member; and Luis O. Cardona, BAF board member
Pictured (LtoR) Drew Suljak, Hord Coplan Macht architect; Jess Marsell, J&J Recabinetry co-owner; and David Lopez, Twopoint Studio principal
(February 2, 2019 – Mount Vernon)
Sloane Brown

Baltimore's longtime fashion and social scene reporter, Sloane is the founder/managing editor of Baltimore Snap.