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Inside the Event: Paca Girlfriends Flower Power Party

Jun 15, 2015 12:37PM ● By Becca Newell

Break out the Lilly Pulitzer! The Paca Girlfriends Flower Power Party returns to Annapolis on Wednesday, June 17th.

The annual event celebrates friendship, food (and drinks!), and fun within the beautiful setting of the William Paca House and Garden in Annapolis. We can't think of a better way to spend a Wednesday evening!

Read on for details...

The Basics

Date: Wednesday, June 17th

Time: 6 to 9 p.m.

Location: William Paca House and Garden, located at 186 Prince George Street in Annapolis


The Details

What can guests expect? A wonderful evening of friendship, food, drinks, flowers, and shopping! Stroll through the formal two-acre garden enjoying culinary creations from the area's premier chefs, delicious specialty cocktails, and a bit of shopping with some of the finest boutiques and vendors around.

Food and drinks? Complimentary hors d'oeuvres -- ranging from crab cake sliders to mini cupcakes -- will be provided by a dozen of the area’s finest caterers. Guests will also receive complimentary beer and wine, along with the party’s signature Pacatini!

What about parking? The public lot, Bladen Street Garage, is probably your best bet for a spot. According to the city's website, parking in this lot is free from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. Monday through Friday!

Are tickets still available? Unfortunately, there are no general admission tickets available. BUT, fear not -- a few VIP tickets remain. These tickets are $150 each ($95 of which is tax-deductible) and include early admission to the party at 5 p.m., a VIP Swag Bag, and a one-year membership to Historic Annapolis! To purchase, click here.

The dress code? Think bright and bold. Cute, colorful sundresses seem to be the most popular choice of attire at this event, but anything summery works. Check out the above photo gallery to eye some of last year's stylings.

Where do the proceeds go? The event benefits the education and preservation programs of Historic Annapolis.