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Christmas in Cowtown H O LI DAY GI F T M AR K ET

October 13-16, 2016 W i l l R o g e r s M e mo r i a l C e n t e r

The Junior League of Fort Worth, Inc. Welcomes You to our 10th Annual

Christmas in Cowtown Holiday Gift Market

Will Rogers Memorial Center Amon G. Carter, Jr. Exhibits Hall

Thursday, October 13 • 12 P.M. - 8 P.M. Friday, October 14 • 9 A.M. - 8 P.M. Saturday, October 15 • 9 A.M. - 8 P.M. Sunday, October 16 • 10 A.M. - 4 P.M.

Our Mission The Junior League of Fort Worth, Inc. is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.


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Market General Information

Bag Check & Porter Service


• Wrapped packages will be sold for $25 per box the main entrance of the Market • Every box contains a minimum of $50 worth of gift certificates from Christmas in Cowtown merchants (to • Porter service is complimentary during the special be used at the Market) or gift certificates to local Fort events Worth businesses Logistics • May trade in a package for an additional $10 • Elevators are available near the West Lot entrance • Pick-A-Package will continue through the duration of • Restrooms are located on either side of the main the Market or until all packages are sold out entrance to the Market • Breastfeeding Area is located near the Café • Bag check is available for $1 donation, located near

Christmas in Cowtown Café

• Christmas in Cowtown Café will be open during Market hours • Featuring flatbreads, signature salads, soups, sandwiches, desserts and beverages • Children's menu available • Additional Cocktail Station located in Café

Exclusive 2016 Radko Ornament

This Christopher Radko® ornament has been custom designed to commemorate Christmas in Cowtown 2016. Available during the Holiday Gift Market at the Junior League booth or online at

5 (817) 420-5200


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Board of Directors

Tiffany Rubenkoenig President

Photo courtesy of Gittings Photography

Janeen Lamkin

Natalie Martin

P r e s i d e n t -E l e c t

S u s ta i n i n g A dv i s o r

Sharon Fulgham

Brooke Scogin E d u c at i o n Vice President

F u n d D e v e l opm e n t Vice President

Carrie Moore

Courtney Lackey Finance Vice President

Amber Robertson

F u n d D e v e l opm e n t A s s i s ta n t V i c e P r e s i d e n t

Ashley Freer

Christina Bargas

Mary Catherine Parsons

A dm i n i s t r at i v e Vice President

C omm u n i c at i o n Vice President C omm u n i t y Vice President

F i n a n c e A s s i s ta n t Vice President

Kathleen Bundy N om i n at i n g C h a i r

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Nancy Jeter

Membership Vice President

Welcome from the President

Tiffany Rubenkoenig

One Woman. One League. One Community. Welcome to the 2016 Christmas in Cowtown Holiday Gift Market! We hope you share in the excitement of the Junior League of Fort Worth as we celebrate our 10th anniversary of this fundraising event. For the past year, every detail of the Market has been reviewed with the goal of honoring this special milestone and continuing to bring you an exciting Market experience to fundraise for our community. This year marks the 87th year that the Junior League of Fort Worth continues to promote voluntarism, develop the potential of women and improve communities through the effective action and leadership of training volunteers. We’ll serve a total of 50,000 volunteer hours and work with more than 50 community agencies to make positive and measurable impacts in the City of Fort Worth.

Photo courtesy of Gittings Photography

For the 2016-2017 year we are proudly funding 10 community projects. Our signature project benefits the women and children of Presbyterian Night Shelter (PNS) through a capital contribution to the new Morris Foundation Women & Children’s Center that is now open and housing 40 women and 120 children. Our volunteers will assist with the Women’s Empowerment Program by providing life skills and personal fulfillment classes throughout the year. We are constantly striving to make an impact in the women’s lives at PNS as well as with those we encounter through our many agency partners. Please see additional details on those agencies within this publication. I want to give special thanks to Christmas in Cowtown Holiday Gift Market Co-Chairs Adi Borovick and Jessica Busby for their attention to detail, constant planning and hundreds of hours committed to this event. You’ve done an amazing job and I hope you’re able to truly enjoy your work throughout the Market. I also want to thank Sustaining Advisors Paige Pate and Sandra Tuomey for kicking this off 10 years ago. It’s been a blessing to have you involved as we celebrate this milestone and the impact our fundraising dollars have had in our community since this all began. In celebrating 10 years we honor Nancy Cychol, President of Cook Children’s Medical Center. We cherish our partnership with Cook Children's, where we’ve been volunteering for 30 years. We currently have 36 women placed as general Cook volunteers and as hostesses within the Ronald McDonald room at the Medical Center. We have also provided volunteers through the dental initiative community outreach program. And in 2014 we kicked off our Pancake Breakfast event for the patients at Cook Children's. This event continues to grow with more than 400 attendees this past spring, and we look forward to celebrating in 2017 with Pancakes in your Pajamas on Saturday, April 8. I want to thank each woman who is a part of this year’s committee for your tireless work, to Nancy Cychol for your vision in the power of Cook Children’s, and to all of those that have supported us this year through your in-kind donations, sponsorship and buying the ticket to come shop. We thank you and hope you enjoy the event! With sincerest gratitude,

2016-2017 JLFW President

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Christmas in Cowtown Honorary Chair

Nancy Cychol

The Junior League of Fort Worth, Inc. (JLFW) is honored to recognize Nancy Cychol, President of Cook Children’s Medical Center, as our Honorary Chair of the 10th Anniversary of the Christmas in Cowtown Holiday Gift Market. She joined Cook Children’s Medical Center in 1984, and was promoted to President in 2003 where she oversees operations of the 430 bed medical center and is responsible for more than 3,400 employees across 30 specialties and sub specialties. She directs a highly-skilled staff of nurses, technologists, therapists, child life specialists, chaplains, teachers, social workers, translators, and more than 370 physicians and dentists.

The Junior League of Fort Worth’s relationship with Cook Children’s has spanned 30 years, and our volunteers have assisted in a variety of roles: as general volunteers at the Hospital, working in the Ronald McDonald House Family Room, Parent’s Night Out, Poison Education and Art Therapy programs. For the past three years, Cook Children's has hosted the Junior League's Provisional Class annual Pancake Picnic, a morning of fun and breakfast for the patients of the medical center and the children of the community. Cook Children’s has also been a generous sponsor of Christmas in Cowtown Holiday Gift Market’s special events for many years. Nancy is a strong leader and epitomizes the Mission of the Junior League. Under her leadership, Cook Children’s has become the home of a designated Level II pediatric trauma center, a Level IV neonatal intensive care unit, and one of the largest pediatric transport programs in the country. JLFW Past President Sandra Tuomey recalls, “I met Nancy Cychol in 2008 and immediately became a fan! From her strong and effective leadership skills to her sense of humor and personal regard for each individual, I learned and continue to learn a great deal from Nancy. It has been a true privilege to partner with her throughout the years and grow our reach into the community.” Nancy’s career has been dedicated to children. Her motivation is simple but powerful, saying, "I believe every life of every child is sacred.” She serves on several boards, including the American Heart Association, the DallasFort Worth Hospital Council, Cook Children’s Northeast Hospital in Hurst, the Cook Children’s Surgery Center in Plano, and LifeGift. Nancy and her husband, John, have two sons. Her son Ryan, 27, reflects, “My mother is the hardest working person I know. She taught me the value of hard work and dedication. She makes me want to be better every day.” Adds Nicholas, “She is such an amazing mother and woman. From the way she has raised me and my older brother, to the way that she helps the sick kids at the hospital. Her heart is in it for children and that is what shows.” Pam Foster, her friend and colleague, speaks fondly of Nancy, saying, “She is a powerful woman covered in an immense sense of humor.” Please join us as we honor Nancy and recognize her leadership, her relationship with the Junior League of Fort Worth, and her commitment to the Fort Worth community.

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Christmas in Cowtown S teering Committee

Photo courtesy of Gittings Photography

Adi Borovick Co-Chair

Photo courtesy of Gittings Photography

Jessica Busby Co-Chair

Sandra Tuomey

Paige Pate

Sustainer Advisor

Sustainer Advisor

Shannon Adams • Elizabeth Alaniz-Bolton • Jennifer Barefoot • Sara Brazelton Natalie Cooper • Danielle Dollahite • Simone Elices • Pamela Gilchrist • Christine Gores Robin Greenhaw • Cara Hardin • Jessica Harig • Caroline Harper • Kelly Kinard Morgan Kostohryz • Amanda Landfried • Brandi Luig • Kelly Meador Elyse Menger • Madison Muckleroy • Ashley Neill • Katie Nichols • Amy Radcliffe Merrill Rhynsburger • Amber Rutledge • Lindsey Sanders • Lisa Schuessler Colleen Shutt • Shelley Simon • Elizabeth Sparks • Lauren Team • Nicki Turnbow Whitney Van Eman • Sarah Washington • Julie Wilkinson

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Christmas in Cowtown Co-Chairs Adi Borovick and Jessica Busby As we open the doors for the 10th Anniversary of the Christmas in Cowtown Holiday Gift Market, we are honored, proud and giddy with excitement to welcome you this week. We can’t believe it’s FINALLY here! Building this Market is no small feat. Through a committee of 80 dedicated women along with more than 2,000 volunteer hours from the women of the Junior League of Fort Worth, we are looking forward to showcasing the 200 merchants we carefully selected to kick off your holiday season! We are honored and humbled to have Nancy Cychol, President of Cook Children’s Medical Center as our Honorary Chair. She is dedicated to providing premiere medical care to the children in the community, which is a value she shares with the Junior League of Fort Worth. As we prepared for this Market, we reflected on the past 10 years and the history of Christmas in Cowtown. We fell in love with the Market right from the start, whether it was shopping (a lot of shopping), volunteering, or serving on various committees, we have been involved since the first year. With that in mind, and wanting to stay connected to the history of the Market, we were thrilled to ask Paige Pate and Sandra Tuomey to be our Sustaining Advisors. Who better to guide us along the way than the two leaders who chaired the very first Christmas in Cowtown Holiday Gift Market? We learned so much, not only from their experience as former CoChairs with deep ties to the Market and the community, but also as past presidents of the Junior League. They are thoughtful, insightful and giving, and love Christmas in Cowtown more than you can imagine! Photo courtesy of Gittings Photography

We sincerely hope you enjoy your experience at the 10th Anniversary of Christmas in Cowtown as much as our entire committee has loved preparing to welcome you. Of our 200 merchants, we selected more than 85 new merchants for you to “Shop for a Cause and Support the Fort!” In addition to the wonderful shopping, we will have live music every evening from 5 – 8 p.m. On Saturday, we hope you will enjoy youth choirs from the DFW Area as we bring more than 250 students to perform for you. For the first time in Market history, join us on Sunday! We will be open from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. and will have many activities happening throughout the day. Local authors and members of the Texas Ballet Theater will be here to sign books and greet you and your family. We are also excited to welcome Ron Hall, author of "Same Kind of Different as Me" who will be signing autographs from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Please stop by the Junior League booth to learn more about the Junior League of Fort Worth, our vision and mission, and the beneficiaries the Junior League will support in our 2016-2017 year. We also hope you will purchase our 10th Anniversary Radko ornament for your tree. We are so thankful to our many sponsors, our merchants, and those who have put so much time into preparing for this week. We also want to thank the members of the Fort Worth Police Department who protect and serve the city of Fort Worth, including during our week at the Market. We are especially grateful to our committee and the Junior League Board, the hardest working women in Fort Worth, who are giving of their time, energy, and new ideas to make this 10th anniversary a special year. This Market does not happen without the collaboration of all of us. We also want to thank our families for their love, support and patience throughout the past year. We cannot wait to enjoy this week with you! Lastly, we wish each of you the very best holiday season filled with love, memories and tradition. Cheers!

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Christmas in Cowtown Committees Christmas in Cowtown Committee

Amanda Barton • Kristen Buchanan • Sydney Ann Burgess • Cherrie Cannon Codi Clark • Sarah Clayton • Anne Conine • Marianne Davidovich • Emily Delgado Katrina Duvall • Meg Earnest • Haley Felker • Tanette Fillmore • Laura Fincher • Calli Galati Claire Gibbs • Aly Gilmartin • Jaclyn Gonzalez • Sidney Goodfriend • Leah Griffin Gwen Harper • Rachel Hausser • Kristen House • Lindsay Hubbell • Helen Husbands Chelsea James • Jamie Lasher • Tracy Lewis • Lori Lutz • Kadie Midkiff • Laura Morgan Danielle Morris • Katie Myers • Katie Osborne • Molly Price • Gayle Record Crystal Rehling • Sarah Rowlett • Whitney Rudner • Megan Sanders • Ashley Schieck Heather Scoggins • Elizabeth Smid • Carrie Stires • Rinda Sunthorn Leah Vahrenkamp • Rebecca Walden • Bridgette Walshe • Blair Warren • Brianna Washechek Katy Watson • Morgan Welch • Allison Westmoreland • Mackenzie Zwick

Sustainer Advisory Committee

Louise Appleman • Robin Arena • Susanne Avondet • Lindy Borchardt Peggy Brotherton • Courtney Dickerson • Susan Doyle • Bonnie Epstein Mildred Fender • Liz Fleischer • Corky Friedman • Michelle Goodwin Judie Greenman • Kelly Hanley • Margaret Kramer • Janeen Lamkin Gail Landreth • Lauri Lawrence • Marty Leonard • Michelle Marlow • Nan Matson Cathy Moates • Gail Rawl • Jean Roach • Missy Rodgers • Suzie Russell Suzanne Sanders • Pat Schutts • Terri Sexton • Lynda Shropshire Peggy Sims • Jane Sykes • Jerre Tracy • Martha Williams

The Junior League of Fort Worth, Inc. Advisory Committees Community Advisors

Financial Advisors

Tim Carter

Sharon Martin

Christina Bargas

Laura Miller

Robert Ferguson

Judy Needham

Joy Ann Havran

John Robinson

Judie B. Greenman

Kristy Odom

Jeff King

Tiffany Rubenkoenig

Chandler Grisham

John Robinson

Courtney Lackey

Carla Thompson

Janeen Lamkin

Terri Sexton

Janeen Lamkin

Marty Leonard

Jane Sykes

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Ten Years of Christmas in Cowtown Dear Christmas in Cowtown Friends, What an honor to serve as the Sustaining Advisors to the 2016 Christmas in Cowtown Holiday Gift Market! It has been our pleasure to serve in this role, and it is hard to believe that it has been ten years since we had the great honor of serving as Co-Chairs for the inaugural gift Market in 2007. Ten years ago, we gathered around a table with an original Steering Committee comprised of eight Junior League women. We were charged with planning the very first Christmas in Cowtown and, in fact, the first new fundraiser for the Junior League of Fort Worth in more than 35 years. There was much work to be done: research to perform, budgets to create, sponsorships to secure, merchants to recruit, decorations and parties to plan and the list goes on and on.

Photo courtesy of Gittings Photography

We are forever grateful to the first Christmas in Cowtown committee who did all of that and more, setting the stage for an incredible new Junior League of Fort Worth tradition. But, perhaps what we remember and appreciate most is the way that group - and all Christmas in Cowtown committees who followed - remained focused on the good that the Junior League can do for our community with proceeds generated by this highly successful, fundraising event. During the first year, we encouraged our community to “Shop for a Cause� and the people of Fort Worth certainly responded! Since that time, nearly $2.5 million of net proceeds have been generated to support the wonderful Mission of the Junior League of Fort Worth and our community projects. Please take a moment to read the full list of beneficiaries to understand the importance of these funds to our non-profit partners in recent years. We have watched with pride as this event has grown over the years and become a favorite holiday shopping tradition. From 125 merchants in the beginning to now more than 200; from 6,000 shoppers to more than 13,000; from three shopping days to four; and from $200,000 in net annual revenue to now more than $500,000 raised annually, the last 10 Markets have shown the growth of Christmas in Cowtown and the wide support from the Fort Worth community. As you shop the Market this year, please know that YOU are giving back to the community through the Junior League of Fort Worth. Thank you for supporting the Christmas in Cowtown Holiday Gift Market and congratulations to the Junior League of Fort Worth volunteers for doing what you do best: providing highly trained volunteers to make an impact in the great city of Fort Worth. Paige Pate and Sandra Tuomey 2016 Christmas in Cowtown Sustaining Advisors

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Ten Years of Christmas in Cowtown Non-Profit Beneficiaries of Christmas in Cowtown throughout the years: ACH Child and Family Services • African American Health Expo • Alliance for Children Amon Carter Museum of American Art • Boys & Girls Club of Greater Fort Worth • Breakthrough Fort Worth Camp Fire USA First Texas Council • Catholic Charities Fort Worth • Center for Transforming Lives Community Partners Rainbow Room • Cuisine for Healing • Daniel Migael Foundation Easter Seals North Texas • Fort Worth Drowning Prevention Coalition • Fort Worth Library Foundation Fortress Youth Development Center • Fort Worth Museum of Science and History Friends of the Forest Hill Public Library • Girls, Inc. of Tarrant County • Kids in the Kitchen Kids Who Care, Inc. • KinderFrogs at Texas Christian University • Make-A-Wish North Texas Opening Doors for Women in Need (ODWIN) • Partners Together for Health • Performing Arts Fort Worth Presbyterian Night Shelter • Rivertree Academy • Safe Haven of Tarrant County Tarrant Area Food Bank • Texas Ballet Theater • Texas Health Harris Methodist Fort Worth • The Cliburn The First Tee, Inc. • The Joan Katz Breast Center • The Salvation Army • The WARM Place Trinity Habitat for Humanity • United Community Centers • Union Gospel Mission

Original Christmas in Cowtown Leadership Team Co-Chairs Paige Pate and Sandra Tuomey Honorary Co-Chairs Corky Friedman and Courtney Dickerson Sustaining Advisor Jean Roach Steering Committee Ginger Bowman • Kathryn Carter Rosalind Evans • Katie Farmer Paula Holcomb • Lauri Lawrence Dawn Lenzie • Christine Martin Elizabeth McCoy • Tracy McGehee Ann McIntyre • Cammie Nowell Katy Oliver

"It was so exciting to break the $500,000 mark last year and I can’t wait to see the Market grow into a $1,000,000 fundraiser." Wendy Wright, Co-Chair 2015-2016

"I loved seeing so many volunteers rally together to make it happen. The steering committee was always on point...when you have fabulous people working with you, worry doesn't really come into view." Carrie Moore, Co-Chair 2014-2015

"My Co-Chair, Mindy Hegi, and I stood at the front door on Thursday morning and watched hundreds of shoppers flood in the door! It was awesome to see how excited people were to come shop our Market!" Lauren Matthews, Co-Chair 2011-2012

"I just love that it keeps growing each year. In 10 short years, it’s become a huge deal in Fort Worth and raises such substantial funds to support this community. That’s just beyond cool! My hope is just that it continues to grow and thrive." Amber Robertson, Co-Chair 2014-2015

"I just loved the camaraderie of the entire week. From move in to move out, you really get to know the ladies working and there is such a special bond that is formed." Elizabeth Hester, Co-Chair 2010-2011

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Christmas in Cowtown Sponsors

The success of Christmas in Cowtown is in great part due to the generosity of the following organizations and persons. The Junior League of For t Wor th, Inc. wishes to thank:

High Heels & Holly Private Shopping and Luncheon Title Sponsor and Market Bag Sponsor

Market Center Sponsor

Ticket Sponsors

Media Sponsors


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Christmas in Cowtown Sponsors

The success of Christmas in Cowtown is in great part due to the generosity of the following organizations and persons. The Junior League of For t Wor th, Inc. wishes to thank:

Sustainer Social Sponsor

Christmas in Cowtown Sustainer Advisory Committee


Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center—Fort Worth Paula Brockway The Roach Foundation / Amy Roach Bailey, Lori Roach Davis & Jean Roach The Ryan Foundation


Amanda Benson & John Healy/Sarah & Patrick Washington Joan & Howard Katz • Marty Leonard • Haley Manulik & Amber Robertson Michelle Marlow, Paige Pate & Sandra Tuomey • Natalie Martin & Tiffany Rubenkoenig Meta Alice Keith Bratten Foundation • Mary Catherine & Chad Parsons Peggy Sims & Jane Sykes • Southwest Bank Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital of Fort Worth


Alamo Title • Bank of Texas • Adi Borovick & Jessica Busby Kathleen Bundy & Laura McWhorter • Cendera Center • Kim Darden FEM Centre - Joseph F. McWherter, MD Friends of JLFW • Robin Greenhaw & Kelly Kinard Molly Hardgrove, Carrie Moore & Amy Patyk • Harris, Finley & Bogle, P.C. Mindy Hegi, Lauren Matthews, Katie Stadler & Wendy Wright Janeen Lamkin • Law Offices of Paup, Shutt & Associates, P.C. Linbeck • Luther King Capital Management Sally & Scott Mooring • Nancy Grimes Nichols & Carol Nichols Wiley Nancy & Ted Paup • Gail W. Rawl • Sheila Jane Reynolds & Kim Terrell Beth Rivers • Southwest Bank • Texas Christian University Trinity Terrace • The Washington Firm, P.C./Katrina & Nate Washington List as of September 15, 2016

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Pick-A-Package and Raffle Donors Items of fered in the Pick- A - Package and Raf f le have been generously donated by the following organizations and persons. The Junior League of For t Wor th, Inc. wishes to thank:

Abundio's Studio • Bee's Knees Hair Studio • Beehive • Benbrook Stables • Billy Bob's Texas Bob's Steak & Chop House • Boopa's Bagel Deli • Bosom Biscuit • BRIT • Cannon Chinese Kitchen • Chimy's Cerveceria • Chiro+Plus Clinic • Core Elements • Cowtown Cycle Party • Custom Cuts • D Method • drybar Esther Penn • European Skincare & Med Spa • Fit 4 Mom • Fort Worth Aviation Museum • Fort Worth Barber Shop Fort Worth Zoo • Gent's Place • Girl Scouts of Texas Oklahoma Plains • Ippolita • J. Rae's Karmany Yoga • Kendra Scott • La Madeline • Lemongrass Aveda Lifestyle Salon • Magnolia Motor Lounge Mariposa's Latin Kitchen • Martin House Brewing Company • Maven • Meyer & Sage National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame • NRH20 Family Water Park • Omni Hotels & Resorts • Organized Nest Original Mexican Eats Cafe • Park Place Motorcars Fort Worth • Press Paperie • Shaver Ranch, LLC Sid Richarson Museum • Smart Barre • Squire Shop • Stir Crazy Bakery • Temple Road Yoga Texas Motor Speedway • The Happy Lark • The Lunch Box • The Savvy Shop • Three Bishops Woodhouse Day Spa Fort Worth • Worthington Renaissance • Yucatan Taco Stand • Zyn22

Special Events Spotlight

Food and Beverages for Chr istmas in C ow town Spec ial Events have been generously donated by these f ine loc al establishments. The Junior League of For t Wor th, Inc. wishes to thank:

Blue Sushi • Del Frisco's Grille • Hard Eight BBQ • Frost Bank • Hurley House • J. Rae's Joe T Garcia's • Mama's Pizza • Mariposas Latin Kitchen • Pearl Snap Kolaches Reata Restaurant • Terra • Thirteen Pies • William Grant & Sons

Merchant Lounge Donors

Food and Beverages for Christmas in Cow town Merchants have been generously donated by these f ine local establishments. The Junior League of For t Wor th, Inc. wishes to thank:

Angelo's • Boopas Bagel Deli • Busy B's Bakery • Campisi's • Chicken Express • Chick-fil-A Frost Bank • Fuzzy's Taco Shop • Hard Eight BBQ • Krispy Kreme • Kroger • Mi Cocina Monticello Spring Water • Ol' South Pancake House • Pop-N-Cream • Proline Products, Inc. Raising Cane's • Salsa Limon • Starbucks • Tiff's Treats • Tom Thumb


List as of September 15, 2016

Presbyterian Night Shelter Campaign for Women and Children Since 2000, the Junior League of Fort Worth (JLFW) has partnered with the Presbyterian Night Shelter to provide both volunteer and monetary support to the aid in their mission of ending homelessness in Tarrant County. As the JLFW signature project for the 2016-2017 year, the shelter received $100,000 to help fund their brand new Morris Foundation Women and Children’s Center. The 30,000 square foot center, which opened in June of this year, can house up to 40 women and 120 children and is adjacent to the main shelter building. In addition, JLFW volunteers collaborated with PNS staff to create the Women’s Empowerment Program. The program consists of monthly sessions focusing on life skills classes such as cooking, social skills, work ethics, customer service as well as personal fulfillment options such as journaling, yoga, gardening and other stress reducers. The ultimate goal of the Women’s Empowerment Program is to ensure the women are prepared to exit homelessness with the skills necessary to maintain a permanent housing situation. “Despite being homeless which results in them often being marginalized or overlooked by society, they still have the same hopes and desires as the rest of us,” said Christy Livingstone, JLFW member and the PNS Project Development Chair. JLFW members will facilitate classes on relationships, stress management, parenting skills/ child development, healthy lifestyle, and basic housekeeping skills. Says Betsy Beaman, PNS Resource Development Manager, about the JLFW, “Each member is committed to changing the lives of individuals in Fort Worth and eager to make a difference their community. JLFW members are kind, caring, and committed and we could not guide individuals from homelessness to home without them.”

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Swedenburg Designs UG Unusual Gifts Sparrow Succulents & Adera Designs

Bespoke Sarah ProviBriggs sions

Three Back Nine Sisters MarkBows ers Dish Envy

AJ's Plentiful Pantry

One Hip Mom

Apple Crafty Pie Hands PubFull lishing Heart

CJ's Trea- Arnett's sures

Mighty Trends Aphro& Tradi- dity tions Boutique Marshmallow Fun Decor Company and More...

The Guayabera Shirt Store

Ann's Turquoise

Frills and Trimmings BootKeepers & More

Shop Trendz

Little Bow Diddly

The WARM Place

Booth # 1101-1138

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Sea Lily

Going Postal

The Company's Wired Comin' Canary

Gently Loved Furs

Booth # 1001-1043

LulaRoe Shop Lavenwith der & Chrissie Linen Stuntz

Two Gether Puzzle Designs Tracks

Hot Rita's Party Starters

She Martini

Booth # 901-942

HamO'C bone & Leath- Dogs Pet ers Treats

Brushes and Bows

Booth # 801-842

Booth # 701-742

PerriBerri Fowler's Toffee

Cocktail Station

Babies on the Blvd.

Neon Gypsies Akola Project

Amy B's


Chili Nilly

Pink Armadillos & Fabyoulous

Rustic Ranch Decor & More

All of Us

TexStyles Climate

Kaktos Rose

Granbury Flower En & Gift Masse Shop Pony Hard Pet Eight Marketplace

N Design & The Gift Solu- Decor tion

Jarmz Designs Mayfield's Grilling Products

Cards for Kids My Team Boutique

A Rare Bird

Turquoise Gypsy

Berken Unlimited Cosmic Cattledog It's Good on Ya

Heart 2 Heart La Vida Gifts & Loca Jewelry

Jake Orazure Witzel Hand Wooden Roasted MonoCoffee grams

Southern Roots Texas

Glitzy Deco

Flair and Company

K&K's Giving Tree

Jimmy's Created to Vault Enjoy

Etch O The Sketch Brave Bohemian TOSS Vintage

Designs Onward by Alyson Reserve

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Girl Got Game Visible Faith Mirta Jewelry TumCo. mino Studio

Casually Cashmere

Annette's Touch of Class

Sassy Cups Adoring Decor

Family Treedition/The Write Place

Santa Lane

8FD Designs

Texas Craft Beer Club

Frosty Trail

Bee's Knees Loft Tabletop Truths

Ultra Bella

Blitzen Lane

Annie's Metal Outlet

Sort of Cool

Rudolph Road

South Austin Gallery

Comet Court

Booth # 601-642

Cupid Court

My Spirit Shack

truly YOURS

me&re design Ladybugs Children's Boutique


As of September 15, 2016

Junior League of Fort Worth Presbyterian Night Shelter: Campaign for Women and Children - $100,000 Presbyterian Night Shelter recently completed construction on a new building for homeless women and their children. The building can house 40 mothers and 120 children in dorm-style rooms. Junior League volunteers assist with a Women’s Empowerment Program, which provides classes focusing on a variety of life skills as well as personal fulfillment opportunities – example topics include budgeting, yoga and journaling.

ACH Child and Family Services: ACH Life Skills Programs - $20,000 The ACH LIFE (Learning Independence from Experience) program targets young adults (ages 18-23) who have aged out of foster care and have previously been wards of the state due to abuse or neglect. This population has a high incidence of homelessness and drug and alcohol abuse when no assistance is offered after age 18. The program is designed to help these young adults transition to independent living successfully. The project funds a mentor/life skills program to be presented to the female residents by Junior League volunteers.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Fort Worth: Music Clubhouse -$50,000 The second music clubhouse of its kind in Fort Worth (the first was opened to rave reviews in Northside Branch in 2015), the clubhouse provides a safe place for youth (ages 10-18) to have access to instruments and free music lessons. The clubhouse not only gets at-risk kids off of the streets after school, it provides a venue where the youth receive many emotional benefits as they learn to play an instrument in a band with their peers in a safe environment. Volunteers will assist with music lessons and performances at the Eastside Branch.

Catholic Charities of Fort Worth: Assessment Center Recreational Activities and Outings - $5,000 The Assessment Center serves our community’s most needy children – often severely abused or neglected children who have been removed from their homes. Junior League volunteers take children to recreational outings outside of the Center (e.g., TCU basketball game, spending a day at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo, etc.). The funding allows CCFW to plan quality, engaging activities and outings for the children that expose them to the fun, cultural attractions in our community.

Daniel Migael Foundation: Better Vision, Better Hope - $10,000 The foundation provides free vision care and glasses to homeless, indigent and uninsured adults throughout the Metroplex. This project brings bi-monthly Saturday clinics to the Como area in connection with ODWIN. Each clinic serves 20-25 new patients. Junior League volunteers greet and register patients for the clinics and assist in eyeglass frame selections.

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2016-2017 Community Projects Fortress Youth Development Center: Outdoor Learning Stations and Beautification for Early Learning Center - $16,500 Fortress Youth Development Center serves the near Southeast community of Fort Worth. Many children in this area come from low-income families where caregivers are predominantly below poverty level and private preschool is not a viable option. Fortress YDC is currently operating a part-time preschool called the Fortress Early Learning Center. The preschool (which serves children 18 months to 4 years) opened full time in September 2016 and doubled in size (going from 22 to 45 children). The project funds the preschool’s outdoor beautification and learning stations. Volunteers assist in building, painting, and installation of the outdoor learning stations.

Friends of Forest Hill Public Library: Level Up! Forest Hill Literacy and the Arts - $40,000 Most Forest Hill residents attend FWISD schools that feed into Dunbar High School. The dropout rate in Forest Hill is almost 35% compared with the national average of 15%. More than 52% of the population lives below the federal poverty level. The program assesses each individual and develops an individualized program to help that person become literate. The program is aimed at all ages—school aged children to adults. The investment enabled the library to purchase the software and hardware, as well as provide training necessary to utilize Reading Plus for 25 laptops. Volunteers mentor the participants by supporting them during the tutorials and leading enrichment activities.

The Cliburn: Van Cliburn International Piano Competition - $35,000 The Cliburn is offering a variety of community projects in combination with the 15th edition of the competition to be held from May 25-June 10, 2017. Junior League was instrumental in the creation of The Cliburn and has assisted with the competition since its inception. Junior League funds will be used to underwrite the Adopt-A-Competitor program, which provides various FWISD elementary schools with curriculum and materials to allow school children to learn about certain competitors and their home countries. Those competitors will then perform for the children at their school. The Cliburn will also organize and host free community performances by Cliburn competitors. In addition, the Cliburn will host a competition among FWISD students to design Cliburn banners that will be displayed around town. Two volunteers will help with these community-based programs, and the remaining volunteers will work in the festival gift shop, which serves thousands of Fort Worth visitors from across the world.

Union Gospel Mission: Children’s Enrichment Program - $63,500 With the opening of the new Scott Walker Women and Families Building in late 2015, Union Gospel Mission will double its population of children. Junior League’s funds were used to purchase a new 25-passenger bus for transporting these additional children with supplemental funding to provide uniforms, enrichment activities and bus maintenance. Junior League volunteers provide tutoring to children during the academic school year.

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Junior League of Fort Worth 2016-2017 Community Placements

The Junior League of Fort Worth makes a difference in the community by providing trained volunteers to non-profit agencies. The following community agencies have been selected to receive Junior League volunteers for 2016 - 2017.

ACH Child and Family Services • Alliance for Children • American Diabetes Association Breakthrough Fort Worth • Cancer Care Services • Catholic Charities of Fort Worth Center for Transforming Lives • Child Study Center • Cliburn International Amateur Piano Competition Community Partners of Tarrant County • Cook Children's Medical Center Dean & Deluca Invitational Golf Tournament at Colonial • Easter Seals of North Texas Family Pathfinders • Fort Worth ISD - Junior MINTS • Fort Worth Museum of Science & History Fort Worth Stock Show Art Program • Fort Worth Teen Court • Girls Inc. of Tarrant County Historic Fort Worth, Inc. • H.O.P.E. Farm • Kids Who Care • KinderFrogs School at TCU Make-A-Wish Foundation of North Texas • Mayfest, Inc. • Mothers' Milk Bank NICU Helping Hands • Opening Doors for Women in Need (ODWIN) • Performing Arts Fort Worth Recovery Resource Council • Rivertree Academy • Ronald McDonald Family Room at Cook Children's Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth • SafeHaven of Tarrant County Tarrant Area Food Bank • The First Tee, Inc.• Wings of Hope

Becoming a Junior League of Fort Worth Community Project

Becoming a Junior League of Fort Worth Member

The Junior League of Fort Worth, Inc. (JLFW) strives to improve and positively impact the well being of children and families in our community by providing a legacy of trained volunteers. JLFW also provides funding to several agencies each year. Our Project Research and Development committee reviews applications submitted by various community organizations and selects those who will receive project status, which means the JLFW will contribute both volunteers and monetary support.

Do you have an interest in voluntarism? Are you committed to improving the community? Do you want to develop your own potential? If so, we want you to join us! Each year the Junior League of Fort Worth (JLFW) trains new members (Provisionals) to be effective volunteers and leaders in our community. Provisionals complete a year-long training, learning and experiencing the League structure, programs and participating in community service. JLFW is open to women who possess an interest in voluntarism, a commitment to community service, and a desire to reach their potential for voluntary community participation. JLFW reaches out to women of all races, religions, and national origins.

Projects submitted to the JLFW Project Research and Development committee should address an identified community need, but not duplicate community services. The project should have strong JLFW membership support and be directly tied to the use of volunteers, as well as provide training for the volunteers. The agency will be required to present financial reports bi-annually to JLFW and should have the potential to become financially independent once the JLFW Project status has ended.

We are actively seeking a diverse membership of women of all ages. Our membership includes a broad array of women who bring many different talents and perspectives to the community.

For further information of building a partnership with The Junior League of Fort Worth, Inc. and becoming a Community Project, please visit our website at

To learn more or apply for membership please visit: or contact the Membership Vice President at


Kids in the Kitchen

This past May, four lucky FWISD schools were able to participate in the annual Kids in the Kitchen project organized by the Junior League of Fort Worth (JLFW). More than 1,300 students took part in a week-long wellness-based curriculum at their schools, culminating in a pep rally at each school. At the pep rallies, brandnew bicycles and other prizes were given to some lucky students. Students also received tickets to Mayfest, who graciously sponsored the project. Students were also invited to attend a health and wellness fair on May 21, and more than 400 students and family members showed up to celebrate healthy living and participate in the fun activities at the TCU Rec Center. Super Frog even made an appearance! Local businesses provided lunch, snacks, and water for students and their families. Representatives from the following local agencies set up booths to provide information on healthy living to attendees: Boys & Girls Club of Fort Worth, Blue Zones Project, City of Fort Worth Parks and Recreation Department, Cowtown C.A.L.F. Program, Camp Gladiator, Cuisine for Healing, Donald Spencer Fitness, The First Tee, Fort Worth Drowning and Prevention Coalition, Fort Worth Fire Department, Fort Worth Library, Girls on the Run, North Texas Poison Center, Peaks and Ladders, Poser Kids Yoga, Sam's Club, Smile Fort Worth, Tarrant County Public Health, Tarrant County Sheriff's Office, and The Reading Connection. The UNT Pediatric Mobile Unit provided free health screenings, and the Tarrant Area Food Bank Mobile Pantry provided free groceries to attendees. Additional prizes were raffled off at the end of the fair. "It was so fun to see the excitement and enthusiasm in the kids at the school rallies and health fair!" said Claire Florsheim, JLFW member and Co-Chair of the event. "Many students brought their Kids in the Kitchen water bottles to their school rallies and held them up and cheered as we congratulated them for completing the program. Seeing the kids cut loose on the dance floor at the health fair was priceless. We truly appreciate all our community partners who made this year's Kids in the Kitchen a great success and especially Tarrant Area Food Bank for providing free groceries to families who attended the fair."

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Cook Children's Medical Center Pancake Breakfast

Cook Children’s Medical Center has been a part of our community since 1918 and has had a volunteer partnership with the Junior League of Fort Worth for 30 years. This tradition of service continued on April 9, 2016, at the 3rd Annual Junior League of Fort Worth Pancake Picnic. More than 400 Cook Children’s Medical Center patients, their family members, and community guests were served with the help of local fire fighters, military personnel, and police officers. The event took place at Cook Children's Medical Center and brought to life the children’s book "Pancakes, Pancakes!", by author Eric Carle. “The Pancake Picnic is a fun-filled, family event that includes more than a buffet of pancakes,” said Christina Bargas, Junior League of Fort Worth member. “It is a day when children get to leave their hospital rooms, forget about their sickness, and enjoy games and activities with other children. It is a way for the Junior League of Fort Worth and our entire community to show our support to our local children’s medical center that has touched so many lives.” Children enjoyed a morning of fun including petting a baby kangaroo, holding exotic reptiles, having their faces painted, taking pictures in a photo booth, drawing digital art at a Microsoft station, and creating Eric Carle inspired crafts. Children in attendance also received a bear to personalize with complimentary accessories and a Pancake Picnic T-shirt generously donated by Build-A-Bear. And don't worry...plenty of pancakes were had by all! Join us next year for another fun-filled event. We hope you will join us next year for Pancakes in Pajamas!

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4 Home Dallas, TX 972.814.6474 Faith-based home decor & gifts, including our advent calendars & personalized chargers. Booth 235 8FD Designs Dallas, TX 214.675.1979 Personalized Cutting Boards, Serving Pieces and Home Decor. Booth 612 A RARE BIRD The Woodlands, TX 281.908.0704 Handmade one of a kind Vintage Clothing and Accessories. We are definitely a ONE STOP SHOP from small to XXL! Booth 802 Accessorize in Style Nemo, TX 254.897.9370 Style at affordable prices; Classic & conservative look mixed with the latest trends. Booth 301


Adoring Decor Southlake, TX 512.426.2983 Adorable wreaths and swags hand made of Rustic Burlap, Traditional Pine, and Whimsical Deco Mesh! Booth 1126 ADORN Boutique Austin, TX 512.263.1400 Lined with vintage finds, we specialize in sporty casual clothing and accessories for women from teens to adults. Booth 410

Amy B's Tyler, TX 903.521.7762 Trendy women shop for the hottest "In Style" fashions, shoes, purses and accessories. We cater to females from size small3XL! Booth 602

Another Look Inc. Spring Hill, KS 913.592.2095 Funny Gears Puzzle ToyA unique & new build a block puzzle that peaks kids immagination & motor skills by building & adding a battery operated motor & gears. Booth 241

Angkor Sales Santa Barbara, CA Products to create the perfect eyebrow in seconds. Booth 132

Apple Pie Publishing Rockwall, TX 972.772.9477 High quality, clever and heartwarming stories filled with bright hand drawn illustrations. Booth 938

Ann's Turquoise Inc. 10 Topeka, KS 785.925.6317 Upscale ladies fasion and accessories featuring Double D Ranchwear, Old Gringo Boots & Kippy's Native American Jewelry. Booth 1034

AJ's Plentiful Pantry Houston, TX 713.299.3929 www.gourmetfoodgroup. com Gourmet Dessert Booth. Booth 933 Akola Project Dallas, TX 214.310.0965 Handmade jewelry including necklaces, bracelets, and earrings as well as handmade clutch purses. Booth 707 All of Us 10 Sondheimer, LA 318.552.6104 Gourmet soup, dip, muffin & cheese ball mixes made from family recipes for 25 years. Booth 918

Arnett's Bastrop, LA 318.283.2902 Fun mix of jewelry, clothing, accessories, shoes, gifts and holiday decor. Booth 1033

Annette's Touch of Class New Waverly, TX 936.856.7728 Gina Tees, Caps, Jewelry, Home DĂŠcor, Antiques, Purses and Bags. Booth 1132

B Cool Shop North Augusta, SC 828.551.7542 Artisan crafted gifts, jewelry and Christmas/ home decor. Booth 201

Annie's Metal Outlet 10 League City, TX 713.705.3225 We feature seasonal home & garden decor. Booth 715

B Kids Boutique Fort Worth, TX B Kids is children's apparel and accessories - ranging from baby through tween sizes. Booth 731


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Babies on the Boulevard Fort Worth, TX 817.737.7171 www. We offer the very best in children's traditional clothing, pajamas, holiday apparel, accessories, etc. Booth 709


Bar B Boutique Chappell Hill, TX 979.277.2852 Fabulous, finds for all kinds! Trendy women's and children's clothing and accessories. Booth 535

Bee's Knees Loft Back Nine Markers Dallas, TX Bella Vista, AR 325.669.6288 479.445.4438 Golf accessories including Small Batch Clothing At sliver and gold plated Affordable Prices. Fashionpersonalized golf markers, Forward With A Timeless hat clips, shoe clips, divot Refinement. Booth 614 tools and jewelry, plus much more. Booth 935 Backyard Silversmiths Dallas, TX 972.596.9269 www.backyardsilversmiths. com Rustic, bold, beautiful silver jewelry handmade by me in my backyard. Booth 411 Baggo, Inc Hot Springs, AR 888.323.1813 Baggo bean bag toss games & accessories. Baggo has over 100+ collegiate licensed Baggo games including over 15 schools from Texas. We offer house divided, customs, theme & more. Booth 242

Beehive Fort Worth, TX 817.570.0484 Beehive is all about inspiring confidence through bold colors, contrasting prints, and heart happy statement pieces. Booth 309

Bespoke Provisions Boulder, CO 646.963.1245 Bespoke Provisions creates goods for the kitchen and home, including a curated sea salt collection and eco-minded soy candles featuring crackling wood wicks. Booth 728

Boarderline Bohemian Fort Worth, TX 817.915.8618 www.boarderlinebohemian. com Playful, eclectic, colorful & trendy. Products grouped by trends such as tribal, delicates, statement pieces etc. Booth 629

BootKeepers & More Greenville, SC 864.420.5369 Stylish, functional Berken Unlimited BootKeepers keep boots Plano, TX fresh & in shape. Socks, 214.529.4537 We design and sell unique totes, & darling rag rugs, handcrafted jewelry using too! Booth 1131 the finest quality precious stones, beads, pendants, Brandee Tapp chains, metals, and Fort Worth, TX craftsmanship. Booth 905 Custom monogrammed apparel. Booth 307

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Brushes and Bows Hurst, TX 817.228.7172 Fashions for girls (Size 3 mo-10) casual & holiday. Dance & Gymnastics wear (4-10). Booth 841 Bullseye Bow Dexter, KS 620.876.5570 We design and handmake toy bow and arrows. Booth 308 CaBella a Casa Newalla, OK 405.391.6966 Christmas Home Decor. Booth 118 Cadillac Cowgirl Henrietta, TX 940.539.4133 Trendy and chic boutique. Booth 318 Caliente Company Dallas, TX 214.793.9684 Our own designed t shirts, embellished college caps, and unique decorative and gift items. Booth 206 Cards for Kids - Woman's Board of Cook Children's Medical Center 10 Fort Worth, TX We sell the cards that are designed by the patients and friends. Booth 808

Caroline Taylor Jewelry Brooksville, MS Specializes in personally engraved jewelry that is 14k gold filled. Engraving done on site! Booth 336 Carry it Well! Waco, TX 254.716.1658 Hanging garment bags for ladies and men in fun, trendy fabrics. Booth 130 Casa Katalina Reno, NV 775.624.7601 Beautiful custom jewelry designed and handcrafted in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Materials are alpaca, tumbago, gold and silver plate. Booth 202 Casually Cashmere Memphis, TN Trendy style scarfs, wraps, peacoats, jackets, gloves, and blanket scarves, along with cotton/bamboo blend sheets that are the perfect addition to any bedding set. Booth 1136 Celebrate Always Fort Worth, TX 817.729.5464 Celebrating life through screen printed tees! Booth 542 Ceramica De EspaĂąa / International Culinary Lakewood, NJ 908.759.1116 Handmade ceramics from Spain. Booth 228


Chic Spatique Sachse, TX 903.422.5234 Indulge yourself with the luxurious treat of relaxing microwaveable comfort products and snuggly throws. Booth 131

Chicks off the Bricks Fort Worth, TX 817.312.5997 A fabulous array of women's clothing, timeless jewelry pieces and accessories. Booth 232 Child's Play 10 Houston, TX 713.252.5182 Current best selling children's books plus Melissa & Doug toys and children's author signing books. Booth 537 Chili Nilly Frisco, TX 972.786.3672 Red/Black/Cute/Festive/ Cheerful/Lights/Ribbon/ Simple/Clean/Happy. Booth 817 China Baroque Houston, TX 713.996.8995 Jewelry made from repurposed dishes. Booth 534

Christina Greene Houston, TX 832.803.9152 Genuine semi-precious stones and 18K gold plating over hypoallergenic and nickel-free brass are just some of the highquality hallmarks that go into Christina Greene jewelry. Booth 328 CJ's Treasures Frisco, TX 214.563.0077 Handmade fashion jewelry by Susan Shaw and Mary Frances handbags. Booth 934 Climate Fort Worth, TX 817.332.1428 We specialize in apparel for all family members & have great gift options as well! Booth 708

Cosmic Cattledog Co. Wichita Falls, TX 940.337.4590 Retro, boho-chic flair with visual jewelry displays and unique items. Booth 903 Fittstown, OK 580.235.2664 Christmas, Collegiate & Holiday Decorations and Gifts with a Texas Flair. Booth 236 Crafty Hands Full Heart Fort Worth, TX 214.675.7750 craftyhandsfullheart Handmade modern farmhouse wares. Booth 1037

Created to Enjoy Akron, OH 330.322.0015 Wholesome family games Company's Comin' 10 for all ages. Tabletop Hallettsville, TX Shuffleboard, Hoops, 979.324.2400 Flipin', Bocce Ball, Corn Toss more provide hours of Gourmet casserole, soup, fun. Booth 1111 dip and cheeseball mixes; coaster, towels, kitchen Crown By RC accessories. Booth 838 Lewisville, TX 214.763.9854 Cool Corks Dallas, TX Custom monogram, totes, Custom printed bulletin scarves, vest, spirit wear, boards and coasters. corkcicles. Booth 417 Booth 116


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D & R Gourmet Blends Fort Worth, TX 817.925.9501 Sample 24 Different Delicious Balsamic Vinegars and Olive Oils. Booth 104

DARIUS! Nevada City, CA 760.567.3500 Simply Noelle apparel and accessories, Socksmith and Happy Socks for Him/ Her, Whispers & Secrets ribbon scarves. Booth 518

Decor & More... McKinney , TX 469.667.7303 We carry artist designed graphic t-shirts, faceplant pillowcases, crazy socks, home decor and gifts and holiday decor. Booth 928 Designs by Alyson 10 Dallas, TX 214.507.8000 Nature-inspired holiday decor and gifts. Always elegant...naturally! Booth 902


DGZ Chocolates Houston, TX 713.777.3444 We manufacture Toffarazzi, our award winning version of toffee! Booth 627 Dish Envy Buda, TX 719.209.1512 We proudly sell the finest Polish pottery on the planet! Hand painted & signed from Boleslawiec, Poland. Booth 834 EJR Frames & Things Philadelphia, MS 601.416.2713 We make all kinds and sizes of distressed picture frames. Booth 137

Everlasting Joy Jewelry Fort Worth, TX 254.366.9894 Handmade jewelry created and produced in Fort Worth Texas. A portion of every purchase fights against human trafficking and slavery. Booth 437

Fox Lane Pearls Oklahoma City, OK 405.525.8919 Beautiful cultured pearl jewelry, in a variety of styles and designs, at great prices! Booth 127

Family Treedition / The Write Plate, Inc Dallas, TX 214.734.2234 Family Treeditions and The Write Plate have merged to bring you traditions for the home! Booth 1120

Gently Loved Furs Hominy, OK New and previously owned furs and accessories. Booth 1042

Frills and Trimmings Arlington, TX Faithfully Yours 870.246.1520 Plano, TX 214.435.0661 Boutique women's clothing frillsandtrimmings Women's Clothing, & jewelry, popular home Accessories and Home accessories, & adorable Decor. Booth 1133 sorority gifts! Booth 530

En Masse - Pony Pet Austin, TX 512.301.6214 Children's Plush Riding Toy Flair and Company Dallas, TX Ponies and Pals. 972.639.8579 Booth 702 Ladies apparel and accessories for the En Masse Marketing discriminating buyer. UFO Booth 1016 Austin, TX 512.301.6214 En Masse Marketing Corp Fowler's Toffee Allen, TX Gadgets and Toys. 214.448.7062 Booth 314 If you crave crunchy, EtchOSketch buttery, inexplicably Millsap, TX delicious toffee, look no 940.391.7546 further than Fowler's Custom Gifts. Booth 1008 Toffee! Booth 742

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Get Swank Minden, LA Handmade wooden signs. Booth 311 Girl got Game The Woodlands, TX 281.806.9733 Totes, purses, and backpacks made out of the ball material they represent. Booth 1004

GlitzyDeco Arlington, TX 817.223.3978 decoglitz Home and Holiday Wreaths and Decor, TicTac-Toe/Checker Sets, CorkyAntlers. Booth 1007 Going Postal Fate, TX Wooden post with welcome boards that the seasons velcro on and off to change for the seasons or holidays. Booth 835


Hambone and Dogs Pet Treats Springtown, TX 817.454.2997 Gourmet Pet Treats, feeders, dog bed, and holiday gift ideas. Booth 737

Herbert Amos Clothier Hard Eight Marketplace Waco, TX 903.504.2207 Stephenville, TX All things Hard Eight BBQ. Upscale Clothing Store: We offer our most popular men's, women's and some items such as our mesquite children's. Booth 101 smoked meats, sauces, spices and merchandise. Hot Rita's Party Starters Booth 801 Lavon, TX 972.843.2349 Delicious party dip mixes, relishes, jams, cracker and popcorn seasonings and unique holiday gifts. Booth 1041

Granbury Flower & Gift Shop Granbury, TX 817.573.1300 Floral design of fresh and silk arrangements; Home DĂŠcor and Wedding Hathaway House Books Flowers. Booth 803 Dallas, TX Hathaway House Books is a purveyor of fine quality books, toys, games, and educational curricula for children. Booth 310 Hale House Fort Worth, TX 817.253.8863 Hale House is a clever mix of vintage finds and fresh new trends for your home, wardrobe and soul. Booth 505

Heart 2 Heart Gifts & Jewelry 10 San Antonio, TX 210.386.1629 Fun lighted metal shapes and signs! Rustic painted crosses with metal flowers. Booth 914

Haus Of Growlers Dallas, TX 214.717.8979 Fun, Creative, Unique Growlers & TX Themed Tees. Booth 204 Have 2 Have It Dallas, TX Original Ear-Resistible bunnies & Puppies w/ nose pocket for the tooth fairy. Embroidery in ear done at show. Booth 112

Hulla B'lu Fort Worth, TX 682.224.1102 A blend of women's clothing, accessories, and home goods, from classic styles to new trends. Booth 536

I Do Declare Boutique Little Rock, AR 501.231.9008 A women's fashion boutique specializing in classic, pretty clothing. Booth 304

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It's Good On Ya Clearwater, FL 323.895.4060 Natural Organic skin care line to include Cream, Micro Derm Abrasian Scrub, Eye Serum, Body Wash. Lifetime Guarantee. Booth 901 It's Swice Fort Worth, TX A small contemporary boutique specializing in reasonably priced trendy clothing and accessories. Booth 407 Jake Witzel Wooden Monograms Waxahachie, TX 214.478.2996 wooden monograms & gifts. Booth 1011 Jarmz Designs Huffman, TX Specializing in handcrafted home decor and gifts. We produce an extensive line of unique mosaics along with a line of wooden pallet signs. Booth 911 Jimmy's Vault New Orleans, LA 512.296.8707 great handmade gifts for men, women, and children. Booth 1012


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Julie's Boutique Charlotte, NC 704.525.0000 Trendy womens fashion & accessories at great prices. Booth 513

K&K's Giving Tree Mer Rouge, LA 318.647.5504 A one-stop-shop featuring a wide variety of gifts, apparel, and custom personalized items! Booth 1119


Kinda Krazy Kids & Kompany Austin, TX 512.347.0488 Children's boutique bringing Christmas clothes and pj's, the latest toys and stocking stuffers and much more!. Booth 207 Kori Green Jewelry & You Are Here Fort Worth, TX 817.454.5449 Unique stones designed into beautiful jewelry. Also featuring "As The Spur Stirs", a cookbook benefiting the American Cancer Society and cystic fibrosis research. Booth 501

Kaktos Rose Waco, TX 254.732.1710 Metal signs, wall hangings and cake toppers. Booth 807 Kelly's Treasure Inc. Colleyville, TX 817.368.1859 Shop our look! A chic collection of on trend boutique clothing and jewelry! Booth 514

La Vida Loca Blue Ridge, TX Fun, funky and unique womens fashion and accessories for women of all ages. Also unique handpainted patio dĂŠcor, signs, and home dĂŠcor. Booth 1013

Ladybugs Children's Boutique Mansfield, TX Kids apparel and accessories. Booth 1108 Laura Lively Jacksonville, FL 904.982.3199 Jewelry designed with genuine pearls and stones. Modern twists on the classics at affordable prices. Booth 442

Lavender & Linen Tyler, TX 903.258.7820 lavenderandlinentx Beautiful custom curtains, designer pillows, and handmade stockings! Booth 733

Lilli & Logan Children's Boutique Plano, TX 214.683.6144 Children's Boutique Clothing for both Boys(NB-5) and Girls(NB-8). Booth 334 Little Bow Diddly Broussard, LA 337.344.5071 Children's gifts & accessories including bow ties for the boys and great items for kids! Booth 1127 Lorelei's Wilmington, MA Holiday decorations and gifts. Booth 1102

Lovin' Ewe Springtown, TX Leftovers Inc 301.676.3542 Brenham, TX 979.830.8496 Children's Boutique with a mix of quality Antiques, Christmas Decor, handmade items and other Apothacary, Gifts, Birdseed necessities. Booth 416 Treats, and much much more. Booth 430 LuLaRoe Chrissie Stuntz Shop Lil Rodeo Aledo, TX Dallas, TX 817.676.2946 903.802.5457 Western Childrens Apparel Shop LuLaRoe dresses, and Room Decor. skirts, tops and leggings Booth 231 for sizes XXS-3XL. Booth 634 lila+hayes Fort Worth, TX A new line of children's clothing and loungewear designed by two Fort Worth moms. Booth 401

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Mad Jewels Fort Worth, TX Mad Jewels creates versatile and vibrant accessories made of high quality materials. Booth 229

me&re design Austin, TX 512.627.9508 Chic collection of monogrammed home decor and accessories. Booth 1110

Mana Culture Austin, TX 303.229.8354 A curated collection of bohemian jewels designed to inspire the heart and ignite the soul! Booth 528

Mi Casa Tamales Boerne, TX 210.561.7660 Texas size homemade tamales, food and gifts items to create Christmas morning traditions. Booth 402

Manos De Sur Atlanta, GA 678.631.8620 Fair Trade water buffalo horn jewelry, alpaca throws & blankets, leather bags, wine accessories. Booth 433 Marshmallow Fun Company Dallas, TX Award winning Marshmallow Toys for kids of ALL ages!! Sock Monkeys with School Spirit! Booth 1027 Mayfield's Grilling Products Mineola, TX 713.851.1430 Unique Bar-B-Q grillling and tailgating accessories with NFL, NCAA & miscellaneous laser cut logos. Booth 810

MIGHTY APHRODITY Houston, TX 713.936.3049 Activewear Boutique for women to be able transition from the gym to their everyday lifestyle. Yoga, Pilates, Running and everything in between. Booth 1031 Mimi's Makings Shreveport, LA 71129 318.218.8513 Hooded towels inspired by movies, cartoons, super heroes, sports teams, and animals and other items. Booth 511 Minnie Belle Jewels Mariettta, GA 678.656.9000 High Quality Jewelry at affordable prices. We are best know for being "The Selection of Unique." Booth 727

Mirta Tummino Studio Houston, TX 713.965.3744 Handmade, artisan line of jewerly made with handselected gemstones using highquality wire wrapping techniques. Booth 1002 Mommy Made It For Me Dallas, TX 972.814.4533 Handmade Children's Playtents, Accessories, & Matching Sleeping Bags, Doorway Puppet Theaters & Puppets, Children's Activity Aprons (cooking, crafts, & gardening). Booth 211 My Spirit Shack Greenville, TX 214.202.5659 Collegiate products for all your tailgating needs!. Booth 642 My Team Boutique Cedar Park, TX 512.698.1984 An event boutique offering ladies fashionable apparel with a focus on local collegiate team colors (NON-logo'd). Booth 806 N Design & Decor Granbury, TX 817.579.9962 We offer an array of unique gift items and home furnishings and dĂŠcor. Booth 915

Nannie & Pal Children's Wear Cedar Park, TX 512.922.0708 Holiday Wear for Girls, Mamas and Little Bros. Booth 312 Naturatolia Mansfield, TX 817.223.1361 Organic Turkish Towels, Bathrobes, Peshtemals. Booth 533 Neon Gypsies Colorado City, TX 325.242.1442 Holiday Decor, T-shirts, Vintage Holiday, Monogram items. Booth 608 O'C Leathers Austin, TX 972.839.0897 Hand Made leather good, Gun Cases, Purses, Knives, Hides, Bags. Booth 638 One Hip Mom Spring , TX 713.302.3208 Casual clothing, Shoes and Jewelry for Hip Moms! Booth 830 Onward Reserve Atlanta, GA 404.618.0751 Men's gifts and apparel. Booth 1001 10

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Orazure Hand Roasted Coffee Magnolia, TX We are an artisan coffee roasting company, creating truly great coffee by roasting the highest quality coffee beans by hand, in small batches, to bring out all of the unique and complex flavors that are naturally there. Booth 912 Pearls & Paper Dolls Grand Saline, TX Women's clothing, jewelry and accessories. Booth 330 PerriBerri Austin, TX 214.803.6503 PerriBerri is a multichannel retailer, specializing in women's clothing, children's items, jewelry and home decor. Booth 741 Pinderella Frisco, TX 972.754.0351 pinderellafriscomercantile Happy gifts for everyone on your list that include Corkcicle, mugs, cups, napkins and towels. Booth 117 Pink Armadillos & Fabyoulous Austin, TX 512.608.9994 Trendy apparel and personalized gift items that are made to order. Booth 714


Play Clay Factory Lamar, CO 719-336-3526 Play Clay is a scented modeling dough for children without the mess. Booth 637

Pomegranate Moon Conway, AR 501.733.1722 www.pomegranate moon. com Hand felted gifts and accessories for women, children and pets. One-ofa-kind scarves, handmade leather bags and Christmas decor. Booth 128

Pure & Simple Soy Candles Round Rock, TX 512.924.2564 Soy candles, body scrubs, body butters and bath bombs. Booth 135

Red Bird Designs Georgetown, TX 512.800.5925 We blend Americana and Bohemian styles to create a look that is unique, affordable, and has a one of a kind vintage feel. Booth 429 Rustic Ranch Decor & More Valley View, TX 940.726.3383 Home decor & Fashion with an elegant Texas touch! Booth 813

S.E. Cote & Co. Plus 40 Dallas, TX 214.802.6253 Spa and skin products for the home. Booth 415

Sarah Briggs Waxahachie, TX 214.681.6783 Our motto: There's no excuse to not have Puzzle Tracks beautiful jewelry on. State Road, NC Lightweight, wearable, Puzzle Tracks sets contain architectural & unique 8 over-sized puzzle pieces jewelry! Booth 827 that connect together to create over 50 different Sassy Cups tracks. Booth 837 Tyler, TX 903.245.9000 Holiday Shirts, Musee Bath Balms. Booth 1128

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Savor Patisserie Dallas, TX Gourmet French Macarons that are equally beautiful and delicious. Booth 427 Sea Lily Atlanta, GA 678.777.6677 Jewelry made mostly from pianowire or dyed mother of pearl found in many museums etc. Booth 734 ShannieGirl Houston, TX 713.202.1044 Women's wraps, capes, shawls, ponchos & accessories. Booth 108 Shawls by Barrett Imports Anthem, AZ Uniquely designed silk and cotton scarves and shawls from Thailand. Booth 102 She Martini Double Oak, TX 972.953.7882 She Martini is a ladies boutique that carries unique clothing, accessories, and home decor. Booth 941 Shirley's Potpourri Canton, TX 903.865.8552 Beautifully handcrafted potpourris, garland, wreaths and refresher oils. Booth 302

ShopbellaC Boutique Searcy, AR 404.434.6071 All the latest trends in women's clothing at affordable prices. Booth 136, 138 Shop Trendz Sherwood, AR 501.593.6078 We offer trendy fashion jewelry in bracelets, necklaces sets and earrings. Booth 1028


Sparrow Succulents & Adera Designs Fort Worth, TX 817.233.9133 @sparrowsucculents on Instagram / www. Succulent gifts and centerpieces as well as handmade jewelry from Ethiopia - all supporting women and family sustainability around the globe. Booth 829 Star Linens Antioch, TN 615.833.3110 Our booth has racks of children's clothing. Booth 434

TexStyles Dallas, TX Tabletop Truths We carry one of a kind College Station, TX samples and overstock A line of durable, kid designs made by young friendly placemats that teach kiddos biblical truths. contemporary designer in the US and UK. Booth 713 Booth 809, 811

Sort of Cool Fort Worth, TX 817.927.7808 Prints and 3D artwork of vintage signs and landmarks from across the Swedenburg Designs 10 Lonestar state. Booth 720 Humble, TX 77346 Beautiful jewelry made South Austin Gallery of Semi-precious stones, Austin, TX fresh water pearls and 512.680.4018 precious metals. www.SouthAustinGallery. Booth 833 com Iconic functional Sweet Peas Baby handmade art. Booth 618 Boutique Plano, TX Southern Roots Texas 973.310.4086 Rockwall, TX www.sweetpeas-babySouthern Roots is a southern lifestyle boutique. Plush minky blankets, bibs, We cater to both women burpcloths, lovies, sheets, and men. We offer on site pillowcases, pajama pants, monogramming. onsies,and wall art. Booth 908 Booth 631

Tailgating Gypsy Roanoke, TX 469.583.6400 Women's young, contemporary boutique inspired by vintage styles and modern trends. Booth 730 Tecovas, Inc. Austin, TX We make high-quality, handmade cowboy and cowgirl boots and sell them directly to customers at affordable prices. Booth 105 Texas Craft Beer Club The Woodlands, TX 281.210.2495 Texas Beer of the Month Club - Great Men's Gift!. Booth 718 Texas Toffee Plano, TX 972.596.1031 Texas Toffee manufactures and sells gourmet toffee, in a variety of flavors and holiday packaging. Booth 333

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The Brave Bohemian Anna, TX 972.824.5115 Booth - Wrapped canopy with wood walls for jewelry, 10ft vintage camper, clothing racks. Booth 1105 The Cottage Market Burleson, TX 817.929.5688 The Cottage Market Booth will be high-end, white and gold, and well stocked. Booth 641

The Gift Solution Austin, TX A unique women's clothing boutique. We find the latest trends at the best prices. Booth 814 The Guayabera Shirt Store Austin, TX 512.423.9643 theguayaberashirtstore. com Men and Boy's fine Guayabera Shirts. Women's Linen nightwear. Booth 1137 10

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The Happy Lark Fort Worth, TX 936.689.3084 modern, fresh, fun children's clothing, toys, and books. Booth 413

Three Sisters Bows Weatherford, TX 817.205.8761 Top quality handmade hair bows and headbands. Trendy tween clothing. Booth 836

The Pajama Princess 10 Westlake Hills, TX Mother Daughter Pajamas, Father Son LoungePants, Holiday PJ's & Gowns, Teen, Blankets, Robes, Slippers, Gifts. Booth 111

TOSS Vintage Dallas, TX 214.696.3311 vintage & recycled 100% cotton flannel shirts, softened and ready to toss on. Booth 1006

The Pewter Lady Houston, TX 713.977.9990 Pewter and glass from Mexico! Trays, bowls, cook-in casseroles, handblown glasses and and more! Booth 315 The WARM Place 809 Lipscomb Street 817.870-2272 Personalized phone calls rom Santa for any child in your life. Proceeds benefit The WARM Place. Booth 1045 The Wired Canary Friendswood, TX 281.992.5193 Hand Stamped Vintage Silverware, functional and inspirational. Booth 937 The Write Designs 10 Carrollton, TX 469.441.9177 Decorative Cups, Koozies, Humor Napkins and More. Booth 327

Trends & Traditions Boutique San Marcos, TX 512.392.7236 Influenced by the Texas Hill Country lifestyle, offering clothing and jewelry pieces that are wearable designs. Booth 930 trulyYOURS llc Millersville, MD 410.371.6998 Women's On-trend and Fine Fashion accessories. Booth 1114 Turquoise Gypsy Keller, TX 817.291.6022 A colorful fun pop up boutique with flair! Booth 907

Touch of Poland Midland, TX 79707 432.242.2109 We're your one stop shop for Polish pottery and handmade gifts from Poland. Booth 338 Twisted Sisters Bedford, TX 817.822.4406 Gifts for Guys, girls, and Kids. We've got Chalkboard placemats, wine accessories, and so much more! Booth 216 Treasures 10 of the Ozarks Mountainburg, AR 479.369.2228 I design and create jewelry with semi-precious stones and pearls. Booth 436

Two Elves with a Twist Frisco, TX Pop up boutique selling Christmas, Clothing, bags, scarves, wraps, stones & more. Booth 141

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Two Lumps of Sugar Cary, NC 212.695.8677 Aprons for Adults & Children, Thermal Trunk Organizers, Kitchen accessories. Booth 508 TwoGether Designs Center, TX 75935 Twisted Tea Towels from Twisted Wares. Hilarious printed kitchen towels with funny and sayings. Booth 738 UG Unusual Gifts LLC Dallas, TX 214.865.7406 I sell an array of unusual gifts that a majority of the public has never seen. Booth 831 Ultra Bella Celebration, FL 518.637.1883 Girls' & Ladies' Accessories and Jewelry Designed and Handcrafted in the USA of Ultrasuede & Swarovski Crystals. Booth 819 Uncle Bob's Sauces Montgomery, TX Uncle Bobâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Sauces is a family owned and operated BBQ Sauce, Rub and Seasoning company located in Montgomery, Texas. Booth 125


Under Wraps 10 Dallas, TX 214.649.0318 Designer Gift Wrap,Gable Style Gift Boxes,Wire Edged Ribbon,Tulle,and Raffia. Booth 628 Uptown Chic New Braunfels, TX 830.627.2442 Ladies and babies clothing and accessories along with unique gifts, including soaps,corkcicles, and items with initials. Booth 633 Vail Trading Post Inc. Flower Mound, TX 469.360.7871 Contemporary fur apparel and accessories. Booth 210

Weeks Avenue Visible Faith Jewelry Co. Wichita Falls, TX 940.781.1725 Llano, TX 325.247.1123 Weeks Avenue is an Designed, hand carved and cast in Texas, upscale accessory beautiful, distinctive, business specializing heirloom quality, sterling in high-end handbags, silver jewelry. Booth 1101 outerwear, and jewelry. Booth 107

Wabash Road Fort Worth, TX Fine stationery and invitation company offering a wide range of custom paper products. Booth 406

Wine-A-Rita Texarkana, TX 903.832.7309 Wine-A-Rita's original frozen beverages are always a favorite and offer gifts for the wine lover. Booth 227

Wrapped to Wear Lago Vista, TX 213.280.3015 two 6ft tables, 1 42" high desk, lighting, table top displays, drapes. Booth 220

Young Life Toys Friendswood, TX 832.506.1899 We have the coolest colors of Wigglez on the market and also feature LED wheels!! Booth 441

Sunday Events 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. | Meet Ron Hall

Author of the book and upcoming movie "Same Kind of Different as Me" 12 - 2 p.m. | Meet Local Authors Kathleen Carter • Jennifer Drez & Robin Bumstead Jeremy Enlow • Kay Honeyman • Marty Norman Shalene Roberts • Laura Samuel Meyn 1 - 3 p.m. | Bring your family to meet Ballerinas from the Texas Ballet Theater 2 P.M. | A Special Reading of "Goodnight Cowtown" by Jennifer Drez & Robin Bumstead 10

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2016 Christmas in Cowtown Magazine  
2016 Christmas in Cowtown Magazine