IF YOU HAVEN'T made plans for tonight, why not think about dropping by the Mount Washington Tavern for Brick Night, starting at six-ish, to benefit the Buy-A-Brick campaign for the Baltimore Harbor Endowment?
We'll be guest bartending with Bill Gilmore of the Baltimore Office Of Promotion, Marty Lastner of Harborplace/Rouse Company, and consultant Johnnie Ponzie, with tips benefiting the cause. A special attraction of the evening's festivities will be Tarot Card Readings by developer, Ted Rouse, and an appearance by the "Baltimore Brick," the Buy-a-Brick Campaign mascot! Oh my.
THE ST. JAMES, a luxury condominium in Guilford, is the scene of "A Holiday Perfect Setting," which kicks off tomorrow night with a private cocktail bash there. Local notables who've offered their holiday table setting displays include the Classic Catering Company's Gail and Lenny Kaplan and Michael and Ansela Dopkin; Image Dynamics' Phyllis Brotman; WLIF's Sloane Brown; the Jewish Times' Sandie Nagel; Saks Fifth Avenue's Nancy Sachs. The St. James is making a donation to the favorite charity of each participant. The holiday place settings will be open to the public through Jan. 3.
EYE OPENERS: People are still talking about the wonderful job chairwomen Harriet Legum and Faye Silberg did with the Park School Auction held recently at Pimlico Race Course! Close to 600 guests turned out for the benefit which raised more than $200,000 for the school's Tuition Assistance Endowment Fund. . . . The Young Adult community of The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore is sponsoring its Young Leader ship Celebration dance on Nov. 23 at the Sheraton Inner Harbor. Call (410) 727-4828, Ext. 246.
CLOSE TO 350 people attended the IMAX premiere of the Rolling Stones "At the Max" the other night hosted by the Maryland Science Center. The evening began at the HarborView Marina and Yacht Club with a reception catered by Connie Crabtree and Pier 500. Some on hand? MSC director, Paul Hanle; the Senator's Tom Kiefaber; the Hyatt's G. M. Richard Morgan; Baltimore County Arts' activist, Lois Baldwin; HarborView Marina's Lance and Amy Lowenstein; and Hopkins doc, Brian Rosenfeld, with wife, Channel 2 anchorwoman, Sally Thorner.
QUICK TAKES: Cans of hair spray autographed by filmmaker John Waters are selling for $5 at Flashback on Broadway in Fells Point to benefit Aids Action Baltimore. . . Cal Ripken Jr., Eddie Murray, Jim Palmer and Kirby Puckett are expected to be on hand this weekend for the "Winterfest for Literacy" at Festival Hall to benefit the Ripken Learning Center.