Rally on the Rail

Rally on the Rail

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OLS Tent

OLS Tent in Preservation point (background)

Saturday, September 28th, 2013 (11:00 am – 5:00 pm)

Benefiting GBMC Pediatrics

Enjoy the Best of Fall with a Front Row Seat to the Races. Rally on the Rail at one of Baltimore’s most poplar fall events, the Legacy Chase at Shawan Downs, just minutes from the city in the beautiful Baltimore countryside, all in support of the kids at GBMC Pediatrics.

Featuring: Catering by MEZZE, top-shelf cash bar and signature drinks, race betting and raffles, drinking games, cornhole, and of course, a front row seat to all the action in the Old Line tent along the stretch.

Celebrity guests will include top professional jockeys and trainers, who will be on hand to give you your race day tips.
All proceeds raised will be donated to GBMC pediatrics.

Dress: Smart Casual

Location: Just 20 minutes north of the city in Hunt Valley.

Tickets: $20/person (does not include parking pass – which start at $35/carload)*

CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS

*Rally on the Rail tickets and parking passes ($35/carload) can each be purchased at the link above. Rally on the Rally tickets are limited, and parking pass location is subject to availability (i.e., you snooze, you loose).

100% of the proceeds from Rally on the Rail will go to the GBMC Pediatric Department, which is proud to serve the medical and surgical needs of 20,000 infants.

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High Tide on the Harbor

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Event Date: Friday, June 28th, 2013

8:00 pm – 12:30 am
Benefitting the Living Classrooms Foundation
The Four Seasons Baltimore in Harbor East

Second Annual Solstice in the City

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Event Date: Thursday, June 20, 2013
6:00pm – 8:30pm
Cylburn Manson

Happy Hour in the gardens surrounding Cylburn Arboretum’s historic civil war era mansion; what better way to start summer in Baltimore?

Baltimore Bootleggers Bash

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Event Date: February 23, 2013

Old Line Society partnered up with the Young Defenders in organizing The Bootleggers Bash, a 1920’s themed party benefitting the Maryland Historical Society.