March 16, 7-11 PM, Maritime Park and Museum

On Friday, October 17th, get away for a night of musical entertainment, fabulous food, and great company, when you attend Baltimore Green Works’ annual Ecoball at the Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park and Museum.

Before you hit the dance floor, be sure to taste and vote on creative local fare produced by some of our up and coming chefs! Once again, we have invited the Stratford University Culinary students (formerly, Baltimore International College) to compete in the Ecoball’s Top Chef-style competition. Taste what our competitors do with these locally grown and produced ingredients and you’ll never miss this gastronomic event again!

What to wear? Shop your closet, visit local consignment shops or get creative and make your own eco inspired outfit! And don’t forget your dancing shoes…

Reservations for the EcoBall are $75 per person and $40 with valid student I.D.

Purchase your tickets here (price includes food, non-alcoholic beverages, beer and wine.) For those purchasing tickets prior Friday, October 17th – please print your receipt and bring it to check-in at the door.

Click here to see some of the pictures from last years’ EcoBall.

Presented by:

Whole Foods Market Baltimore – Living Classrooms Foundation – Stratford University – Frederick Douglass Isaac-Myers Maritime Park and Museum

Special thanks to everyone who participated and donated to make the Ecoball a success in 2013!

89.7 WTMD • Aaron Henkin, Radio Personality, WYPR • Albright Farm • All About Me Salon • Alyce Farrar • Amy G. Kozak • Annie Howe Paper Cuts • Aubrey McCormick, Professional Green Golfer • Baltimore City Municipal Golf Corporation • Baltimore Honey • Bev Gonce • Blue Green Acupuncture • Bridget Parlato • Bryan Dowdall • Butterfly Bones • Cabot Creamery • Calvin Buikema • Cel-Tek Technologies • City Paper • Daiya • Deb “Spice” Kleinmann • Fred Struever • Gia Daniella of Gia’s Cafe • Green Fields Nursery • Green Product Placement • Gutierrez Studios • Hannah DePaulis, Whole Foods Market Baltimore • Honest Tea • Howl • J.M. Giordano • Jennifer Morgan • Jodi Kielman, Whole Foods Market Baltimore • Kelli Anders • LaPasta • Linganore Winecellar •Mare Cromwell • Maryland Film Festival • Metta Wellness • Michael’s Cafe • Moon Valley Farm • Mosaic • Nora Walsh Fiber Art • Partnership Wealth Management • Peter’s Inn • Picador Books • Raw Olive • Reagan Warfield, Mix 106.5 • Relay Foods • Richard Gorelick, Food Critic • Roseda Farm • Sarah Simington, Blue Moon Cafe • Sunny Side Farm • Terrapin Adventures • The Stoop Storytellers • Thread Coffee • Toon-Toon • Tour dem Parks, Hon! • Trickling Springs Creamery • Twenty20 Cycling Co. • Two Oceans True Foods • Visionary Arts Museum • Whiskey Island Spices • Whole Foods Market Baltimore • Zia’s of Towson • and to all of our benevolent volunteers!


Please be aware, this is a ticketless event and you will need a valid drivers license or ID to enter. Please reserve your space below. Click here for individual and corporate sponsorship opportunities.

Friday, October 17 from 7-11pm
Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park and Museum
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EcoBall Tickets & Sponsors
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What should I wear?
Dress to impress. This is a fun and social affair to be comfortable, but classy! People have been asking us, “What’s appropriate?” We recommend you “shop the closet.” The best way to reduce your fashion footprint is to wear something vintage, break out that old prom dress, or make something new from your existing store. Elegant or funky, we can’t wait to see what you wear! See a list of local consignment shops.

Where does the donation of my ticket sale go?
The cost of your ticket will underwrite our “Sustainability Speaker Series”
and help Baltimore Green Works fund more of our eco-friendly
programs and gatherings!
What will I do at the event?
This is a social event, so expect to network, hang out with friends, and laugh.
How can my company become a sponsor?
Take a look at the EcoBall Sponsor page and then contact us.

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