Owen Rouse, Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake board member, shares a laugh with Nancy Galvin, Baltimore-based artist, Robert Galvin, Baltimore-based real estate consultant, and Anne Rouse, Diversified Investment Advisors financial services professional. The Maryland Home & Garden Show kicked off with a preview party benefiting Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake. Guests enjoyed live music, food and drink, while perusing the show's 16 garden displays created by various landscape designers, each inspired by a different classic movie for the show's "Films in Flowers" theme.
Sloane Brown, For The Baltimore Sun
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