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T wo of Round Top's most venerable antiques and design venues offer special shopping opportunities at the spring show. VIP tickets are available for early- bird shopping on Monday, March 25, 9 am – 1 pm, at The Original Round Top Antiques Fair (aka Big Red Barn). Regular admission, 1 pm to close, gives shoppers access to the venue's top selection of antiques, decor, art, jewelry, rugs, Americana, and more … Sister venue Blue Hills welcomes legacy bootmaker Lucchese to Tent 4, March 21 through 30, while Joey Wölffer of Sagaponack, New York's Wölffer Estate Vineyard will occupy the Barn G lawn, March 23 – 28. Blue Hills also offers late-night shopping Monday, March 25, till 8 pm. roundtoptexasantiques. com, Candice Cowin VENUE NEWS THE BIG RED BARN AND BLUE HILLS Teressa Foglia T he Horseshoe has added new vendors for its second spring show. In addition to headlining dealer Prize Home + Garden, artist Chad Kilgore, and milliner Teressa Foglia, there are dozens more top- notch names showing this spring, including Red Ticking, Inner Pieces, Layered by Paige Elise, The M, Mudlark, Midnight Rider, Scott Kerr, and Unexpected Designs. Candice Cowin DANIEL ORTIZ STAMPEDE OF NEW VENDORS AT THE HORSESHOE E xciting events are in the works for 2024 at The Compound — making one of Round Top's most celebrated antiques and design venues a year-round destination for the arts, shopping, dining, and entertainment. The Compound is already known as a must-visit destination for antiques and design shows. Now The Compound will hold a new folk-art festival in June, with the venue's retail barns set up as galleries for prominent folk- art artists and dealers. In July, The Compound hosts its eighth annual Round Top Independence Day Spectacular with fireworks, live music, and food trucks on the lawn. A second art show is in the works for November, with notable artists in the mediums of painting, sculpture, clay, and more from Texas and surrounding states. December promises to be magical at The Compound with the arrival of the Christkindl Market, modeled after the great holiday markets of Europe. The venue will glow with fairy lights winding up its ancient oak trees; vendors selling handmade ornaments and holiday artisan gifts; crackling firepits, festive greenery, warm food, and drinks. Candice Cowin THE COMPOUND'S STELLAR YEAR- ROUND MARKETS AND EVENTS (Continued) (Continued from page 92) The Compound 94

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