The Good Life

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Friday, October 8, 2021 (All day) to Sunday, October 10, 2021 (All day)

Types: Benefit, Class, Food/Wine
Price Ranges: $60 to $190/person
Phone: 410 323 0135

The Red Devils – a 501 (c) (3) organization based in Baltimore whose mission is to fund services that improve the quality of life for breast cancer patients and their families – will kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a new signature event.


The Good Life is designed to enlighten, entertain, engage and empower. It will feature approximately 50 curated content presentations of virtual and in-person experiences from experts in Culinary Arts, Performing Arts, Health and Beauty, Home and Hearth, and Relaxation and Recreation.


“We’ve created this event to help people to know more, do more and be more; there's a little bit of something on the agenda for everyone,” said Jan Wilson, executive director of The Red Devils. “Plus, every registration funds support services to help breast cancer patients enter or continue life-saving treatment.”


With a wide array of subject matter, The Good Life will touch on such topics as: yoga, cosmetic rejuvenation, dog training, needlepoint, keto cooking, macaroon magic, looking fabulous at special occasions, smiling, achieving work-life balance and recovering strength and improving your love life after breast cancer.


Some of the more unique highlights are as follows:


Cooking with Schola

  • Virtual: The Real Deal- Making Homemade Pasta with Chef Amy von Lange of Schola Cooking School
  • In Person: Learn in person to make a New Orleans menu of Andouille Sausage Gumbo, Cajun BBQ, Shrimp & Grits, Crawfish Dip, Red Beans & Rice and Beignets on location in Schola’s Mount Vernon kitchen.


Cook along with Chef Jerry Edwards

  • Virtual: Executive Chef Jerry Edwards from the historic Manor Tavern will present a cooking demonstration for a fantastic three-course brunch, paired with wine including an aperitif cocktail.
  • In-Person: Enjoy a spectacular 3-course brunch, paired with wine including an aperitif cocktail, at the historic Manor Tavern in Monkton with award-winning Chef Jerry Edwards. You and your guest will be joining the Chef's Table party of 10 and receive VIP treatment from Chef. 


Passion for Pickleball

  • Virtual: Introduction to America’s fastest growing racquet sport with Lynne Coburn, coach and Maryland Ambassador with the United States Pickleball Association
  • In Person: Pickleball Clinic at Coppermine Racquet & Fitness - Pikesville.


Fly Fishing Foray

  • Virtual: Introduction to the Sport of Fly Fishing with Michael Watriss of Great Feathers
  • In Person: Hands-On Fly-Fishing lesson with Michael Watriss on one of Maryland's most picturesque rivers, the Gunpowder.
  • The Buzz About Bees
  • Virtual: Learn about bees, hives and caring for them with Steve Kopelman, pathfinder of Piedmont Learning Center.
  • In-Person: Visit Piedmont Learning Center in the beautiful Gwynns Falls Watershed. Wear a bee suit and enjoy a hands-on interactive experience with the honeybee apiary and native pollinator, and go home with raw, local honey!


Afternoon of Modern Cabaret

  • Virtual: 45-minute session with Baltimore’s own, Maria Bonner and Marcus Dagan


Creative Crafting

  • Virtual: Work alongside Heather from AR Workshop Reisterstown as she guides you through the creative process of using raw materials to create beautiful decor for your home. Select from two wood plank sizes and tons of designs - personalization is available with select designs
  • In Person: Ladies Night Out class at AR Workshop Reisterstown to make a wood or canvas projects. Choose from Signs, Trays, Boxes, Frames, Pillows, Wall Hangings & More! 


Flower Power

  • Virtual: Tasia McKnight of Cold Spring shows tricks with using grocery store bouquets
  • In-person: From her barn in White Hall, Md., Tasia will show how to create beautiful arrangements for the holidays or any time. 


Wine Tasting & Wine Dinner

  • Virtual: Peter Wood from The French Paradox teaches how to find the best wines under $20.
  • In-person: Experience dinner and taste the wines of Sonoma County at Glyndon Grill.


Adding to the fun will be virtual trivia, musical bingo and zentangle presentations, plus a virtual golf tournament, silent and live auction, Nelson Coleman Jewelers $1,000 shopping spree raffle, spirits wall, virtual expo hall and more!


Organizers hope The Good Life will raise $100,000 in ticket purchases, auction/raffle/

merchandise proceeds and sponsorships. Major funding for the event is presented by Bob Bell Automotive, National Lumber, Horseshoe Baltimore and About Faces Day Spa & Salon.


About The Red Devils

Since 2002, The Red Devils has invested more than $5 million to fund treatment support for nearly 9,000 breast cancer families so that loved ones are able to enter or remain in treatment. The nonprofit has partnerships with 31 hospitals throughout Maryland whose medical staff and social workers refer patients to its business partners for a variety of treatment support services at no charge to anyone with breast cancer living or being treated in Maryland.


The Red Devils funds support in three program areas that align with the most common barriers to treatment breast cancer patients encounter. Patients and their families turn to the nonprofit to assist with: treatment transportation, family support and medical costs and treatment-related therapies. For more information, visit or follow @TheRedDevilsMD on Facebook, @TheRedDevilsInc on Twitter.