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March 2019- Houston

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ROUND TOP SPRING 2019 OUR CALENDAR OF TOP PICKS FOR THE ANTIQUES FAIR AND BEYOND BY ANNE LEE PHILLIPS AND CATHERINE D. ANSPON SATURDAY, MARCH 2 Linda Tibolla at Red & White Gallery Opening night for Round Top-area watercolorist Linda Tibolla, who makes her Red & White Gallery debut with an exhibition that geographically ranges from Santa Fe to Fayette County, while rendering scenes of town life and still life with charming realism. 4 to 7 pm, at Red & White Gallery, 102 West Main Street, on the historic Town Square, Fayetteville. The exhibition runs through April 6. MARCH 21 – APRIL 7 Market Hill A relative newcomer to Round Top, Market Hill features 19 vendors carrying antiques, curiosities, and decorative arts in three buildings connected by breezeways. Owned by Paul and Debbie Michael, Paul Michael Company is the centerpiece surrounded by the much- loved Susan Horne Antiques, Antica Collection, Leftovers from Brenham, and more, all in 119,000 square feet. On-site restaurant, wine and beer, air- conditioned bathrooms, free parking, and free Wi-Fi. MARCH 23 – APRIL 6 The Compound Antique Show Since The Compound's 2015 debut, the pastoral 57-acre collection of historic houses and barns has been added to each season. Created by Mark Massey, a careful selection of fine European and American antiques, fixtures, decorative arts, antique garden, and architectural remnants fill 6 oversize structures and includes popular vendors de Alisanne Wonderland, Manos de Sur, Southern Classic Jewelry, Pascal Home, Southern Classic Jewelry, and Reworks Home of Austin. Food and drink by Simply D'Lish of Brenham and Picnic on the Green Mobile Cafe of Houston. Admission gratis. 9:30 am – 6 pm daily; late-night shopping until 7 pm Wednesdays with complimentary wine. Live music daily. MARCH 23 – APRIL 6 Blue Hills Under new ownership this year. Brother- sister duo Corey Layne and Stephanie Layne Disney have added 4,800 square feet to the rustic venue. A Round Top favorite, Blue Hills is set on 25 acres with 55 vendors in pole barns and tents, show- casing everything from vintage chests to decorative art and jewelry. Admission gratis. MARCH 27 – APRIL 6 The Arbors Fifteen tents with 90 dealers from more than 13 countries, showing antiques, fabrics, industrial pieces, artwork, jewelry and rugs, as well as the popular Pandora de Balthazar luxury bedding. On-site cafe. 9 am – 6 pm; admission gratis. MARCH 28 – APRIL 6 Liberty Kitchen at Bader Ranch Open Liberty Kitchen's Lance Fegen will prepare three-course coastal-inspired French fare each night at Bader Ranch. Lunch is also served daily. Reservations strongly recommended (they typically sell out quickly). MONDAY – TUESDAY, APRIL 1 – 2 Rancho Pillow, NOLA Style Al fresco Feasts in the Field at Rancho Pillow with chef Kelly Fields of Willa Jean, New Orleans. Complimentary welcome beverage, passed appetizers, seated dinner, and live music around the firepit. Shop Rancho Mercado global treasures, with Rancho's house- label goods, Moroccan wares from Mollie Brown's Due East, and caftans and clutches from New Orleans-based Carl Eaves, Lance Fegen Rancho Pillow Alisanne Wonderland at The Compound Blue Hills' treasures The goods at Market Hill CARLA GOMEZ Linda Tibolla's On Canyon Road, at Red & White Gallery COURTESY THE ARTIST AND RED & WHITE GALLERY 116

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