Raise a Toast to Baltimore's Health

Guest bartending event

Wednesday, February 22  •  5:30-8 pm


Enjoy an after-work happy hour of food, spirits, and fun with the Institute for Integrative Health and friends. Network with health professionals, community members, local leaders, and the Institute family while a few of Baltimore’s finest serve you signature beverages. Find out how you can become involved in the bold, innovative ideas the Institute is pursuing to promote health and wellness in diverse communities.

You’ll have the opportunity to:

Connect with local integrative health pioneers
Learn about local health-related resources available in the Baltimore area
Be the first to find out about new and exciting programs coming up at the                   Institute headquarters in Harbor East
Enter to win generous prizes through our cash-only raffle  
Support programs dedicated to helping people optimize their health and wellness
Enjoy complimentary appetizers and signature cocktails for purchase

*Points South Latin Kitchen will be donating a portion of all purchases to the Institute for Integrative Health's Mission Thrive program and its trail-blazing efforts for encouraging optimal health and well-being among families and adolescents.

Parking Accommodations

Valet: Points South will provide valet parking just steps from their front door for $10 a vehicle with restaurant validation.

Garage: There are two parking garages within walking distance.

  1. Thames St. Garage, located 1530 Thames Street Baltimore MD 2123, alternate entrance on Caroline St., for $7 after 5 pm
  2. Caroline St. Garage, located 805 S Caroline St, Baltimore, MD 21231 for $4 after 4 pm. 

Street: Metered parking available along Thames and neighboring streets for $2 per hour

Guest Bartenders


Brian Berman, MD, is a tenured professor of family and community medicine, director of the University of Maryland School of Medicine Center for Integrative Medicine, and president and founder of the Institute of Integrative Health. Read more

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Chris D’Adamo, PhD, is a nutritional research scientist and director of research at the University of Maryland Center for Integrative Medicine, and Senior Program Advisor of the Institute for Integrative Health. Read more


Alica Diehl, is a community educator who has been presenting healthy lifestyle workshops in Baltimore City for six years in collaboration with Johns Hopkins University, the American Diabetes Association, Health Corps, and the Institute for Integrative Health. Read more


Melanie Foldes, is the head of café operations for City Seeds, a humanism social enterprise focused on creating good culinary jobs for individuals with barriers to employment.Read more


JW Rone, is the director of veterans initiatives at the Institute for Integrative Health. With 30 years of experience in the arts, he has been a theater artist, director, and producer focusing on arts in education, and served as a board member, volunteer, and employee for nonprofit arts organizations. Read more


Aliza Sollins, is the education coordinator at Civic Works' Real Food Farm. Having spent five years working in urban agriculture, Aliza is excited and proud to partner with the Institute for Integrative Health as the Mission Thrive Summer program enters its fifth year. Read more


Wednesday, February 22
5:30 pm: Meet & Greet
7:30 pm: Raffle Announcement
8:00 pm: Event concludes

Points South Latin Kitchen
1640 Thames St.
Baltimore, MD 21231

Free but space is limited
Cash-only raffle tickets
    one for $5, three for $10,
     seven for $20

Guest Bartenders:
Brian Berman
Chris D'Adamo
Alica Diehl
Melanie Foldes
JW Rone
Aliza Sollis
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events [at] tiih.org


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