Please join Baltimore Heritage for our annual Preservation Awards Celebration on Thursday, June 15, 2017, at historic Lexington Market.
We’ll enjoy food and drink from Faidley’s Seafood, Berger Cookies, Mary Mervis Deli, and more market favorites. After you grab a bite to eat, you can join one of our volunteers on a guided tours of the market’s “catacombs” and catwalks. And, of course, we’ll feature some of the year’s best preservation and revitalization projects and the people who made them happen. Casual attire. For more information, call Johns Hopkins at 410-332-9992 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This year’s celebration is generously supported by our 2017 sponsors: Agora, Delbert Adams Construction Group, FreedomCar, GLB Concrete Construction, Murdoch Architects, PNC, Southway Builders, The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company, and Zeskind’s Hardware and Millwork.
Thank you as well to our co-sponsors: brennan + company architects, Cho Benn Holback, a Quinn Evans Company, GWWO Architects, Rohrer Studio, SM+P Architects, and Ziger/Snead Architects. And to our supporters: McLain Wiesand, Michael J. Walkley, PA, O’Connell & Associates, and Terra Nova Ventures.
The doors will open at 4:30 p.m. with registration in the main arcade and oysters, appetizers and drinks at Faidley’s Seafood. Guided tours of the “catacombs” under the east market and the catwalk above the west market will leave at 5:00 and 5:30 p.m. Join us on one of these thirty-minute tours to learn a little about the history of the market and walk from the subterranean vaults to the rafters.
At 6:00 p.m., we’ll have the market to ourselves and will meet in the main arcade for food and drinks from more market favorites: Mary Mervis Deli, Berger Cookies, and more.
Baltimore Heritage is pleased to honor projects, large and small, all over the Baltimore this year. Awards include the meticulous masonry restoration of the Old Pine Street Police Station just a few blocks from Lexington Market; the conversion of a school into a transitional housing facility; and the restoration and combination of alley houses in East Baltimore. We are also recognizing outstanding contributions from the Baltimore Brick by Brick blog to the volunteers with the Herring Run Archaeology Project. We hope you can join us!