Hot Night for Autism

Hot Night for Autism

The weather had nothing to do with the “heat” inside Itineris Baltimore, where the atmosphere was warm in all the right ways. Friends and supporters gathered at its 8th annual shindig to have fun and raise money for the agency’s providing support to adults with autism.

Photos & Captions courtesy Brian Babcock & Itineris

A full house for Itineris’ 2019 “Hot Night for Autism”
Guests checking out artwork from Itineris’ Drew Putzel Creative Arts Program
Guests enjoying dinner at the 2019 “Hot Night for Autism”
“Hot Night for Autism” guests peruse the auction items
“Hot Night for Autism” guests enjoying the event before the program begins
Itineris staff helping Ellen Cohen bid on auction items
The Arthur B. Wilner table getting ready to bid in the live auction
The Winestock and Wright families enjoying a night out at Itineris
Steve Steele, from sponsor Columbia Bank, enjoying a night out at “Hot Night for Autism”
Itineris past Board President, Diane Maistros, enjoying “Hot Night for Autism” with her friends
Itineris Executive Director, Ami Taubenfeld, welcoming more than 450 guests to the 2019 “Hot Night for Autism”
Emcee, Mary Beth Marsden kicked off the 8th annual “Hot Night for Autism”
Auctioneer, Rick Opfer and helper, Dara Hoffman, auctioning off tickets to “The Ellen Show” in the live auction
A competitive live auction
(April 13, 2019 – Itineris Baltimore)
Sloane Brown

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