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Constellation Super Thursday: Love is in the Art

Thursday, February 14, 2013
05:00 PM–09:00 PM
Constellation Super Thursday: Love is in the Art

Prepare to experience the Walters Art Museum like never before, in this special edition of Constellation Thursday Nights! The Walters will be opening its doors to singles, couples, and anyone with love in their heart for Baltimore's biggest Valentines Day Party. 



  • Enjoy free hors d’ oeuvres, heart-shaped candies & chocolate treats
  • Specialty cocktails from Rye Fell’s Point (cash bar). 

DJ JMack of ForQuarters Collective to keep the night in swing. 

Complimentary / Free coat check

Street Parking / Lot at Corner of Cathedral & Centre Streets.

Constellation Energy 

Hosted by
The Walters Art Museum and AM Creative c/o Anton Merbaum 

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