Architect and artist Myrna Poirier’s 200-year-old multicolored grouping of four clapboard rowhouses decorate Ann Street in Fells Point. Myrna’s home, built by Fells Point shipbuilders, is 19 feet wide, unusual for dwellings of the period, and has been transformed by her distinctive contemporary design and the art she’s collected during her travels. Learn about the house’s history, renovation, and art while sipping wine and enjoying music in Myrna’s colorful walled garden with its 100-year-old grapevine and waterfall.
6:30–9:30pm | $65
Food: Bountiful Buffet | Attire: Colorful | Fells Point