MARTIN'S EASTWIND, 9000 Pulaski Highway, 686-8500. Accommodates 75 to 900.
MARTIN'S EUDOWOOD, 28 Towson Marketplace, 823-0505. Accommodates 75 to 500.
MARTIN'S NORTH POINT, 2317 North Point Blvd., 288-2221. Accommodates 75 to 900.
MARTIN'S PRESTON ROOM, 25 W. Preston St., 576-9298. Accommodates 75 to 200.
MARTIN'S WEST, 6817 Dogwood Road, 944-9433. Accommodates 75 to 1,800.
MARTIN'S WESTMINSTER, 140 Village Shopping Center, Westminster, 876-1500. Accommodates 25 to 500.
MARYVALE, 11300 Falls Road, 252-3528. Contact: Sister Mary. Accommodates 75 to 100 people. Available weekends only during the school year, all week during the summer. 8 p.m. curfew in spring, summer and fall, 6 p.m. curfew in winter. Alcohol permitted. No smoking in the building. Limited dancing. Caterer must be selected from an approved list. Can be seen by appointment only. Cost varies.
The castle at Maryvale, built in 1917, is modeled after Warwick Castle in England. Features include antique furnishings and oak-paneled walls. With the use of the terrace awning in spring, summer or fall, up to 100 people can be accommodated for a reception.
MOUNT CLARE STABLE, Carroll Park, Washington Boulevard and South Monroe Street, 837-3262. Reserve as early as possible. Accommodates 100 seated, 200 standing. Available daily. 11 p.m. curfew. Cost: flat rental rate of $500, or negotiated fee, for the whole day. (9 a.m. to 11 p.m.)
This turn-of-the-century stable, originally built in 1764 and maintained by the Colonial Dames of America, is part of Baltimore city's oldest residence. It features an open court, Italian tile floors, bare brick walls and wooden chandeliers.
MUSEUM OF INDUSTRY, 1415 Key Highway, 727-4808. Reserve early as possible. Accommodates 200 seated, 350 standing. Available every day except Wednesdays from 6 p.m. to midnight. Caterers subject to approval. Cost: $350 for four hours, plus $2 a person.
Originally an oyster cannery, this building was transformed into a museum that re-creates industrial work settings. A 12-foot deck attaches the museum to a picnic area, which offers a view of Fells Point and the shipyard.
NATIONAL AQUARIUM IN BALTIMORE, Pier 3, Pratt Street. Contact Shirley Polikoff, 576-3834, or Joanne Polin, 576-8740. Reserve as early as possible. Accommodates 100 seated, 1,000 standing. Available Mondays to Thursdays, and Saturdays, 7:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. Must select from a list of 20 approved caterers. No amplified music. Dance area limited. Cost is $1,800 for the first 100 people, $8 for each additional person. Pier rental available for $1,000 for the first three hours, $200 for each additional hour. Midnight curfew on pier, 11 p.m. curfew inside. Must choose from a list of approved tent renters.
The Knott Harbor View Room can be rented throughout the year, any day of the week, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. It is also available Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the summer, and Fridays from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the winter. Cost: $1,000 for three hours, $200 for each additional hour.
You can celebrate your reception in an aquatic wonderland: 6,000 specimens of fish, mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians, to be precise. Puffin feedings and coral reef dives can be arranged.
OMNI INTERNATIONAL HOTEL, 101 W. Fayette St., 385-6540. Contact the catering office. Reserve up to one year in advance. Accommodates 20 to 1,000. Cost range: $45 to $75 per person.
The recently renovated International Ballroom is said to be the largest ballroom in the state.
OREGON RIDGE LODGE, 13401 Beaver Dam Road, Cockeysville, 887-1818. Contact: Sandy Trimble. Reserve a year in advance. No bookings for July or August. Accommodates 256 seated, 450 standing. Cost: $600 for four hours Fridays to Sundays, $400 Mondays to Thursdays. Must bring in a licensed Baltimore County caterer.
Lodge features include a rustic room with large windows, a fireplace, a stage area for a band or disc jockey, and a spacious kitchen.
OVERHILL'S MANSION, 916 S. Rolling Road, Catonsville, 744-0040. Contact: Nancy White. Accommodates 200 seated. Available every day. Cost for hall: $600 Fridays and Sundays, $700 Saturdays, with catering extra. Catering by White House Caterers only. No smoking allowed.
This Victorian mansion, nestled in 30 acres of land covered with maples, oaks and dogwoods, was built in 1897 and renovated in 1989.
THE OVERLEA, 6809 Belair Road, 668-6060. Contact: Kimberly Thamert or Kathy Insley. Reserve as early as possible. The Crystal Room accommodates 300 seated, the Coach Room, 200 seated. Cost varies. In-house catering only. Package plans or custom menus available.
The Crystal Room features burgundy and rose contemporary decor with modern lighting, mirrored walls and a tile dance floor. Couples planning a small wedding might opt for the more intimate Coach Room.