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May 31, 2008

Dinner at Dusk

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This sign appeared recently in front of the Guilford sign on N. Calvert Street, but I never got around to seeing what it was about till now.

It turns out that tomorrow night's event will be the ninth annual Dinner at Dusk in Sherwood Gardens, but it's the first year I've heard about it.

You probably thought Guilford residents were snobs and would want to keep the riffraff out. Not so. The idea is you bring the food, they supply the live music and atmosphere for $10. Here's the link.

Posted by Elizabeth Large at 4:20 PM | | Comments (7)
        

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they supply the live music and drinks for $10

As I read the brochure, the $10 doesn't include drinks, but drinks are available for sale.

You mean you just pay $10 to be there, where you can be for free anyway? EL

My cousin who lives in Guilford won't even invite me into her neighborhood, and I'm family.

You mean you just pay $10 to be there, where you can be for free anyway?

Well, it does include the music. And the whole thing is billed as a fundraiser.

My cousin who lives in Guilford won't even invite me into her neighborhood, and I'm family.

Sometimes family are the most embarrasing of all.

The ten dollars is for a good cause though. I think it's to help refurbish poor people's hot tubs or to polish the coinage in their penny loafers. Any guesses on what kind of music they will have? Whitey Magee's Olde Tyme Ragtime Scalliwags? The First National Bank Barbershop Quartet? The Hamonicats? Dig!

When I am in the Free State, I exercise my freedoms to the maximum. And by that I mean I use the most efficient crab tool ever. Let the freedom ring!

I lived two blocks away from Sherwood Gardens for 18 years. Of course, as soon as I move out of the neighborhood, they start doing fun things.

This sounds really neat. I would love to see photos of the actual dinner.

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