Inside the Event: Paca Girlfriends’ Party
May 30, 2017 03:08PM
● Published by Caley Breese
Grab your girlfriends and make your way over to the William Paca House
and Gardens in Annapolis for the Ninth Annual Paca Girlfriends’ Party! Celebrate
among friends with scrumptious food and a signature Pacatini as you stroll
through the parterres of the garden, shopping at some of the best vendors
Date: Wednesday, June 21st
Time: 6–9 p.m.
Location: William Paca House and Gardens – 186 Prince George Street, Annapolis
What can guests expect? Celebrate friends on a beautiful evening in the English-style garden with delicious food from the area’s premier chefs, a variety of drinks (including the signature Pacatini!), and some shopping from choice boutiques and vendors.
Food and drinks? Enjoy delectable culinary creations from caterers like Bowl of Cherries, Main & Market, and much more. And don’t forget to grab your Pacatini! The signature drink will be back, along with several other libations.
What about parking? It’s probably best to either park in the Noah Hillman Garage, located in Downtown Annapolis, or the Calvert Street Garage, located on St. Johns Street (unless you luck out and find street parking!) Both garages are a quick walk to the William Paca House and Gardens. For more information on parking and rates, click here.
The dress code? It’s that time of year to break out your Lilly Pulitzer! Colorful statement sundresses are always a popular choice among guests at the Paca Girlfriends’ Party. For inspiration, check out the above photo gallery or click here for photos from last year’s event.
Are tickets still available? Unfortunately, the $50 General Admission ticket is sold out. However, $150 VIP tickets are still available, which includes early admission at 5 p.m., first dibs on designer merchandise, and an exclusive gift bag. You can also be put on a wait list for a General Admission ticket in case any become avaible. To purchase tickets and for more information, click here.
Where do the proceeds go? Proceeds benefit Historic Annapolis.
Photos by Janna Ashton