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September 2019- Houston

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150 (continued from 148) Friday, October 4 Round Top PaperCity Party at Market Hill A toast to the fall antiques show and PaperCity special Round Top issue hosted by Paul Michael and Market Hill. Bites, libations, shopping. By invitation. Info Farrell Lawo, farrell@papercitymag. com. Friday – Sunday, October 11 – 13 Create Space: A Wellness Retreat at Henkel Hall Kasey Buchtien of The Space Studio Bellville and Maggie Yewens of Bon Vivant Boards combine forces to create one of Round Top's first wellness retreats. There are three days of meditation, yoga, and strength-based movement — sessions tailored to all levels of fitness — as well as cupping and acupuncture, wine- tasting, and an educational workshop all about the vibrational healing of crystals. Meals feature creatively planned, locally sourced breakfast and brunch. $520. Wednesday, October 2 FARM GIRLS SUPPER CLUB AT MARBURGER FARM H ouston's popular Farm Girls Supper Club hosts its seasonal dinner at Marburger Farm to benefit Dwell with Dignity's new Houston chapter. Join Farm Girls Marcia Smart, Courtney Paddock, and Kelli Bunch along with Dwell's Julie Dodson, Suzanne Coppola, and Sharon Staley for a multi-course farm fresh dinner with wine pairings and dreamy creative details by Nancy B. Creative. 7 pm cocktails, 8 pm dinner. $250, F or more than a decade, the Junk Gypsy ladies of HGTV fame have donned vintage prom dresses and danced the night away during antiques week. Go for the live entertainment, glittery chandeliers, Thursday, October 3 JUNK GYPSY JUNK-O-RAMA PROM AT ZAPP HALL tattered velvet sofas, and outhouse turned into a photobooth, and stay for a celebrity sighting or two (Miranda Lambert, Kacey Musgraves, and Rachel Ashwell have all attended). gypsyville. com/prom. Saturday, October 26 Violinist Tomas Cotik at Round Top Festival Institute As Festival Hill heads towards its golden anniversary next spring, discover one of America's national treasures — Festival Concert Hall and its extraordinary hand-carved interiors and unparalleled acoustics. Hear guest soloist, chamber musician, and professor Tomas Cotik in concert; 3 to 4:20 pm concert; lunch 12:45 pm with reservations required. Performance $25 adults, children $10; buffet-style pre-concert meal at Menke Hall $24; overnight accommodations available on the music institute's bucolic campus. 979.249.3129, Saturday, November 9 Habitat for Horses Barnraiser at Henkel Hall Chairmen Ginger Barber, Cinda and Armando Palacios, and Jerry Finch and Rebecca Williams promise a good time will be had by all, while raising funds at this hoedown-style party for Habitat for Horses rescue and sanctuary. Cocktails; buffet catered by Armando Palacios's new Popi Burger; live and silent auctions; performance Tyller Gummersall, 6 pm. Tickets from $125, tables from $1,000. Kirby Levey, 713.599.1271, kirby@ Saturday, October 12 MARK KOHLER EXHIBITION OPENING AT RED & WHITE GALLERY, FAYETTEVILLE B ask in the tour de force watercolors of Texan Mark Kohler, and get up close and personal with the landscape, animals, and ranching lore of the great American West. The artist paints not merely in studio, but on site, a modern- day Remington in search of the romance and traditions of a vanishing way of life. 4 to 7 pm; exhibition through November 23. Mark Kohler's Tied to a Ruckus, 2019, at Red & White Gallery, Fayetteville COURTESY THE ARTIST AND RED & WHITE GALLERY, FAYETTEVILLE HARLOW & MAY STUDIOS HARLOW & MAY STUDIOS SISSY MARTIN Amie Sikes, Jolie Sikes

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