The Daintiest Thing Under a Bonnet Charity Ball Information

The Daintiest Thing Under a Bonnet Charity Ball

The Baker Street Babes are the web’s only all-female Sherlock Holmes podcast. This January, during the official Baker Street Irregulars Weekend in NYC, we present the Daintiest Thing Under a Bonnet Ball, a banquet benefiting Wounded Warrior Project in honor of all our courageous men and women in uniform. We owe inspiration for this event to those who tirelessly serve our country, and to Dr. John Watson, army doctor, whose recovery from the ravages of the Second Afghan War once required the help of an extraordinary friend.

We are in hopes the ball will prove an opportunity for traditional and fledgling Sherlockians to mingle and revel and palaver and enjoy each other’s company!

Thursday the 10th of January
8:00 pm, following the Distinguished Speaker’s Lecture
Salmagundi Club, 47 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10032
$45 Buffet Dinner

Featuring an auction of Sherlockian swag, a quiz, a raffle, a costume competition, and many more activities to be announced!

100% of proceeds from the ball benefit the Wounded Warrior Project, http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org; 1-877-TEAM-WWP.

Tickets are available at http://bakerstreetbabes.brownpapertickets.com

6 Responses to “The Daintiest Thing Under a Bonnet Charity Ball Information”

  1. Hi
    Kathryn White and I would love to come to the ball. (are men allowed?) As we are flying from UK, could we pay when we get there? What do we doooooo?
    Sounds great

    David

  2. Ashley says:

    Any chance of throwing an event on the West Coast in the future?

    • Baker Street Babes says:

      If there was enough interest and we could get over there, yes! We’re all either Europeans or east coasters, haha.

  3. Peggy says:

    Hi, are tickets really sold out already? Brownpapertickets says none are available. Say it isn’t so!

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