Ridgely’s Gala

Suspended Brewing Company
Thursday, August 11, 2022 - 5:30pm to 10:30pm


Join your neighbors on Thursday, August 11, for a delightful night of drinks, dinner, dancing, and celebrating Ridgely’s Delight!

The Ridgely’s Gala, A Delightful Night Out is a special opportunity for any and all to come and support a great cause. Get dressed up (summer-wedding style, maybe not the gown!) and prepare for an evening of socializing, celebrating, and a bit of learning! A limited number of tickets are available and must be pre-purchased by 8/8/2022!

Included with admission: 

  • Fantastic food fare by Culinary Architecture
  • Drink tickets to enjoy the sweet nectar of Suspended Brewing Company
  • Dinner program featuring Johns Hopkins (Baltimore Heritage & 5-Minute Histories fame) AND honorees for Ridgely's Delight Distinguished Citizen and Alumni awards
  • Dance Party with awesome people
  • The warm fuzzy feeling you get from supporting a great cause

We hope you’ll join us for a night of great company, delicious food, and celebrating the neighborhood we all love: Ridgely’s Delight!

The event kicks off 5:30 pm at Suspended Brewing with a cocktail hour to mingle and settle in. Guests will then turn to dinner provided by Culinary Architecture with a special program tailored to the Ridgely's Neighborhood featuring edutainment by Johns Hopkins and awards celebrating Lillie and Charles Hyman - members of the community who have gone above and beyond in their contributions. To top-off the night: music, dancing, socializing, and general merriment. Summer-wedding attire is encouraged.

The Ridgely’s Delight Association (RDA) works to make the neighborhood a friendlier and more beautiful place to live through community engagement and organization. Many residents devote their time and effort to improving Ridgely’s Delight, and the RDA aims to support those activities. But sometimes the necessary support goes beyond just encouragement and endorsement. The Ridgely’s Delight Gala is your opportunity to contribute to the RDA so it can continue to fund neighborhood events and ensure that they remain accessible to all.