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The Ferrari Club of America will present a charity event, "Celebrating
the Art of the Automobile," A Collection of Photographs by Jonathan
Kendall on Sunday, November 6 from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm in Annapolis,
Maryland. It will be held at the Metropolitan Restaurant located at
169 West Street. The showing of fine automobiles will be a highlight
of the afternoon featuring such world-renown marques as Ferrari,
Lamborghini, Maserati, Porsche and others. These rolling works of art
will be on display along the 100 block of West Street and the adjacent
Aeroterm lot.

Co-producing this event with the Ferrari Club of America is the
Metropolitan and photographer Jonathan Kendall. There will be drinks
and hors d'oeuvres at the Metropolitan and a photo exhibit by
Annapolis photographer Jonathan Kendall (www.JonathanKendall.com).
Jonathan's work is inspired by the passion, craftsmanship, and freedom
of the automobile - The Art of the Beautiful Machine. "Throughout the
ages, artisans have crafted metal, leather, wood and glass into art
and mechanisms that serve mankind and touch the soul," Jonathan says,
"The automobile has given us freedom and speed, and makes these
experiences personal and direct." An auction will also be held
featuring Jonathan's work in photography and fashion accessories.

A "pit pass" for $50.00 gains one admission to see the collection of
fine automobiles and the photography exhibit, enjoy the cocktails and
hors d'oeuvres and ambiance of the Metropolitan, and participate in
the art auction. All proceeds from this event will go to The
Children's Guild. For tickets call The Children's Guild at
410-444-3800, ext 139. All tickets must be purchased in advance. No
tickets will be sold at the door as the number of participants are
limited.

The Children's Guild is a not-for-profit organization that has existed
for over 50 years to meet the needs of children with emotional and
behavioral challenges through providing unique educational programs,
stimulating environments, and integrated approaches to helping
children build successful lives. The Children's Guild has campuses in
Annapolis, Baltimore and Prince Georges County as well as several
group homes.
 
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