On Friday, October 21st, get away for a night of musical entertainment, fabulous food, and great company, when you attend Baltimore Green Works’ 8th 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, 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 whip up at  annual Ecoball at the Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park and Museum.

What to wear? Check out our Pinterest page! OR just 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 21st – please print your receipt and bring it to check-in at the door.

The 8th Annual Ecoball is made possible by:
Our friends at Living Classrooms Foundation – Stratford University – Frederick Douglass Isaac-Myers Maritime Park and Museum - and all the local farms who’ve generously donated to make this event possible.


Click here to access ticket sales and our Eventbrite page.

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.

EcoBall Friday, October 21 from 7-11pm Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park and Museum (Get Directions)


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! But if you want to get really creative? Take a look at our Pinterest page. If you want to support a local business, see a list of local consignment shops.

Where does the donation of my ticket sale go?
The cost of your ticket will help us continue to bring new programs, give more employment hours to local youth, and to underwrite our Sustainability Speaker Series, Baltimore Green Week and more.
What we do is supported directly by you!
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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