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March 2019- Houston

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ROUND TOP SPRING 2019 artist/designer Ellen Macomber, who will also lead headdress workshops. Sheila Youngblood of Rancho Pillow will discuss a September shopping tour of Morocco. Open 5 – 10 pm; seated dinner 7 pm, Price TBA; headdress workshops 2 – 5 pm, $75. MONDAY – SATURDAY, APRIL 1 – 6 The Original Round Top Antiques Fair at the Big Red Barn The fair that started it all, 50 years ago. The iconic Big Red Barn and adjacent Continental Tent (both air-conditioned) house more than 200 vetted dealers. Monday, VIP shopping 9 am – 1 pm, $20. General admission Monday, 1 pm – 6 pm; Tuesday, 9 am – 7 pm; Wednesday – Friday, 9 am – 5 pm; Saturday, 9 am – 4 pm; $10 for entire week. TUESDAY – SATURDAY, APRIL 2 – 6 Marburger Farm Antique Show The big one for designers and collec- tors alike, with more than 350 U.S. and international dealers. Gates open 8 am Tuesday, April 2; Early Buying begins at 10 am — a mad designer dash. Early Buying Special Tuesday, 10 am – 2 pm, $25. Second biannual Whiskey Wednes- day, 3 to 6 pm, benefits Houston chapter of Dwell with Dignity, with live music and a donation-based whiskey bar. General admission Tuesday, 2 – 6 pm; Wednesday, 9 am – 6 pm; Thursday – Friday, 9 am – 5 pm; Saturday, 9 am – 4 pm; $10 for entire week. THURSDAY, APRIL 4 Junk Gypsy Junk-O-Rama Prom at Zapp Hall For more than a decade, the Junk Gypsy ladies of HGTV fame have donned vin- tage prom dresses and danced the night away during antiques week. Go for the live entertainment, glittery chandeliers, tattered velvet sofas, and outhouse turned into a photo booth, and stay for a celeb- rity sighting or two (Miranda Lambert, Kacey Musgraves, and Rachel Ashwell have all attended). FRIDAY, APRIL 5 Henkel Square and PaperCity Party Saluting Round Top Toast the spring antiques show and PaperCity magazine's Round Top Special Section. Hosted by the Massey family, an al fresco evening under the live oak trees with cocktails, chef-prepared bites, music, and evening shopping. By invitation. Information, FRIDAY, APRIL 13 William Anzalone at Red & White Gallery Openings for Texas landscape master William Anzalone are always a big deal. This spring, Red & White Gallery rolls out one of the largest surveys ever for Anzalone's signature pastels and drawings informed by the bucolic, timeless terrain of the painter's beloved Round Top. Opening night 4 to 7 pm, at Red & White Gallery, 102 West Main Street, on the historic Town Square, Fayetteville. The exhibition runs through June 29. SUNDAY, MAY 19 Winedale Benefit Concert Concert at Winedale's Theatre Barn fea- turing the Kelly Willis and Bruce Robison Honky Tonk Tour, sponsored by Friends of Winedale. The evening raises funds for the preservation of the 10 historic build- ings at Winedale, which relay the story of this German immigrant community in 19th-century Texas. $50 per ticket. 979.278.3530, William Anzalone's Untitled Landscape, 2009, at Red & White Gallery Junk Gypsy's Amie Sikes, Jolie Sikes Emily Henderson shopping Marburger Derrill Osborne investigates Marburger. JENNY ANTILL CLIFTON JENNY ANTILL CLIFTON COURTESY THE ARTIST AND RED & WHITE GALLERY Dapper Deer Townsend Provisions 118

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