The Junior League of Fort Worth, Inc. presents
Christmas in Cowtown Holiday Gift Market October 12-15, 2017
Wi l l R o g e r s M e m o r i a l C e n t e r
The Junior League of Fort Worth, Inc. welcomes you to our 11th annual
Christmas in Cowtown Holiday Gift Market
Will Rogers Memorial Center Amon G. Carter, Jr. Exhibits Hall
Thursday, October 12 • 12 - 7 P.M. Friday, October 13 • 9 A.M. - 6 P.M. Saturday, October 14 • 9 A.M. - 6 P.M. Sunday, October 15 • 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
• Bag check is available for $1 donation, located near the main entrance of the Market • Porter service is complimentary during the special events
• Elevators are available near the West Lot entrance • Restrooms are located on either side of the main entrance to the Market • Mother's Room is located in the Southeast corner of the Market
• Wrapped packages will be sold for $25 per box • Every box contains a minimum of $50 worth of gift certificates from Christmas in Cowtown merchants (to be used at the Market) or gift certificates to local Fort Worth businesses • For an additional $10, guest may trade-in for a different package • Pick-A-Package will continue through the duration of the Market or until all packages are sold out
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 2017 Radko Ornament
This Christopher Radko® ornament has been custom designed to commemorate Christmas in Cowtown 2017. Available during the Market at the Junior League booth or online at christmasincowtown.com.
Join Fort Worth Business Press as we honor outstanding women in Texas who are recognized for their significant accomplishments in business, civic and social contributions. Each woman honored is a trailblazer in their business interests, but it is their dedication to family and the community that makes them stand out.
Tuesday, November 14, 2017 Reception—6:30p.m. Dinner & Awards—7:00p.m.—9:30p.m.
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Honorary Chairs Jennifer and Philip Williamson
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Board of Directors
Photo courtesy of Gittings Photography
Administrative Vice President
Katherine Curtis Communication Vice President
Christy Livingstone Community Vice President
Elizabeth Knuckley Education Vice President
Amber Robertson Fund Development Vice President
Finance Vice President
Fund Development Assistant Vice President
Finance Assistant Vice President
Membership Vice President
Sarah Washington Becky Escott
Welcome from the President Natalie Martin Welcome to the 2017 Christmas in Cowtown Holiday Gift Market! Eleven years ago during my first Active Year, the Junior League of Fort Worth (JLFW) announced we were starting a new fundraiser, and it would be my placement for the year. None of us knew what to expect. For the next six months, I worked hard alongside 75 women to host the first ever Christmas in Cowtown. The first year was a huge success and raised $222,498. Last year, on our 10th anniversary, we raised $619,126. In total, Christmas in Cowtown has raised $3,159,814 to give back to the community. Whether you have been shopping with us from day one or this is your first time, we appreciate you! This year’s theme for JLFW is Impact with Empathy. When I chose that theme, I had no idea we would be putting it into practice on such a large scale. Our goal this year is to emphasize the personal connections that result from the work of our volunteers and those we serve. When Hurricane Harvey hit the Houston and south Texas areas, we quickly put the theme into action. In a 24-hour period, we collected more than 230 sheet and blanket sets for the emergency shelter operated by the City of Fort Worth for evacuees. We assisted in the supervision of entertainment for the children in the shelter, and we arranged and set up basketball goals, solicited musical entertainment, toys, games and books for all the children, all in the span of one week!
Photo courtesy of Gittings Photography
In addition to the relief efforts, this year JLFW is proudly supporting 15 community projects, with $395,000 in funding, our largest total ever. Our signature project benefits Camp Fire USA – First Texas Council, where our funds have completely remodeled a kitchen and community area for an after-school program for at-risk children. The individual impact on each of these children cannot be measured, and you help make it possible. The League’s commitment to impacting the community in a positive and productive way is shared by this year’s Honorary Chair Alann Sampson. We are honored to celebrate Alann’s impact in the community and her more than 50 years of service with the Junior League of Fort Worth. Thank you to Christmas in Cowtown Holiday Gift Market Co-Chairs Robin Greenhaw and Kelly Kinard and their committee. Your commitment to the League and the tireless hours you put into this market are immeasurable. I also want to thank Sustaining Advisors Robin Arena and Bonnie Epstein for their helpful advice and counsel. We do our best to improve the Market for our vendors and customers every year, as it has become such an important part of raising funds for what we do in the community. And these ladies make it happen. A special thank you to all those who attend the event and support this wonderful organization throughout the year. Working together we will continue to make a difference in Fort Worth. With sincerest gratitude,
Natalie Martin 2017-2018 JLFW President
Christmas in Cowtown Honorary Chair Alann Sampson The Junior League of Fort Worth is honored to recognize Alann Sampson as Honorary Chair of the 11th annual Christmas in Cowtown Holiday Gift Market. Many words can be used to describe Alann: volunteer, leader, activist, philanthropist, visionary, but most importantly she is an inspiration. She has created a legacy of dedicated service to her community that is almost unparalleled. Alann is perhaps best known for her involvement with the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition. From her initial role in greeting guests and handing out programs at the first competition in 1962, to her long tenure as Chairman of the Foundation, it is hard to think of the Cliburn and not think of Alann. As Van Cliburn himself said of her, “The respect and honours that Mrs. Sampson has received indelibly underscore her natural refinement and high cultivation. Her selfless efforts and deep concern for young people and their quality of education as well as the importance of Great Music as a profound enrichment of the human soul are her foremost passions of life.” In addition to her tremendous impact on the arts in Fort Worth and, indeed, around the world, Alann also has left her mark on the Junior League of Fort Worth and elsewhere. During her more than five decades of League involvement since 1961, she has helped shape the landscape for training and developing the League’s volunteers, both in Fort Worth and beyond as an Area V Director. Her work in bringing Mayfest to life forged lasting community partnerships that will continue to impact our community for years to come. She also has contributed time, devotion and energy to the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Streams and Valleys, the Austin College Board of Trustees, the Easter Seal Society, Lena Pope Home, St. Andrews Episcopal Church and other organizations. In the words of television journalist Bob Schieffer, “She is a great example of what the Junior League does well, training women to go out into their communities and continue to contribute their time and talent.” Alann has two children, Anne and Edward, who she raised on her own after the death of her husband, Edward. She is now a proud grandmother and, most certainly, a remarkable role model to Madeleine, Lillian, Frances and Hilton. It is with incredible gratitude that we are proud to have Alann serve as Honorary Chair of Christmas in Cowtown this year, and with true admiration we celebrate her years of tireless service, her extraordinary achievements, and her selfless devotion to the causes and concerns she holds dear. With her quiet but determined grace, eloquence, professionalism, passion, sense of humor and selflessness, she has in no small way advanced the arts, enriched the lives of so many, and truly embodied the soul of the Junior League.
Christmas in Cowtown Steering Committee
Photo courtesy of Gittings Photography
Robin Greenhaw Co-Chair
Kelly Kinard Co-Chair
Elizabeth Alaniz-Bolton • Tiffany Anderson • Mary Ellen Becker • Lindsi Bourgeois Codi Clark • Sarah Clayton • Anne Conine • Danielle Dollahite • Simone Elices Haley Felker • Pamela Gilchrist • Jackie Gonzalez • Sidney Goodfriend • Chelsea James Amanda Landfried • Elyse Menger • Madison Muckleroy • Ashley Neill Katie Nichols • Amanda Patyk • Corrine Quast • Amber Reed Merrill Rhynsburger • Whitney Rudner • Megan Sanders • Lisa Schuessler Colleen Shutt • Shelley Simon • Elizabeth Smid • Elizabeth Sparks • Whitney Van Eman Brianna Washechek • Morgan Welch • Julie Wilkinson • Amy Yudiski • Mackenzie Zwick
Christmas in Cowtown Co-Chairs Robin Greenhaw and Kelly Kinard We are so happy to welcome you to the 11th annual Christmas in Cowtown Holiday Gift Market presented by the Junior League of Fort Worth. What better way to kick off the holiday season than by shopping for a cause among our 200 hand selected merchants.
Photo courtesy of Gittings Photography
As we look back at how far the Market has come throughout the past ten years, we can’t help but focus on our “reason for the season” - the Projects we fund with the dollars raised by the Market. In its ten-year history, Christmas in Cowtown has raised more than $3 million which has been used to improve our community and positively impact the well-being of children and families in the Fort Worth area. Current beneficiaries include ACH Child & Family Services, Camp Fire First Texas, Fort Worth Drowning Prevention, and Union Gospel Mission, among others.
To learn more about our Mission and giving opportunities, please stop by the Junior League booth at the front of the Market. While you are there, be sure to check out our custom designed 2017 Christmas in Cowtown Radko ornament - it is the perfect way to commemorate your visit to the Christmas in Cowtown. We are incredibly grateful to Alann Sampson for serving as our 2017 Honorary Chair for Christmas in Cowtown. Alann has made an impact on Fort Worth that will continue to be felt for generations to come, whether it be her leadership of the Van Cliburn, her involvement with Streams & Valleys or her contributions to Mayfest, Inc. For more than 50 years, she has she has made an immeasurable impact with her involvement with the Junior League and our community. We are honored and humbled to have her involved with the Market. We also owe a debt of gratitude to our incredible Junior League of Fort Worth Sustaining Advisors, Robin Arena and Bonnie Epstein. Robin and Bonnie have a wealth of knowledge and experience which has proven invaluable in the planning and execution of this event. Our heartfelt thanks to both of you for the time, energy and support you have provided us.
Christmas in Cowtown would not be possible without our committee of dedicated volunteers. These women have spent months planning and preparing for the Market, making sure every last detail is finalized. We are inspired by the dedication, creativity and selflessness they have shown throughout this process. Thank you to our fabulous team for joining us as we strive for Impact with Empathy.
Lastly, a huge thank you to our families for the patience, love and support you have shown us throughout the past year. To the Junior League of Fort Worth Board of Directors, thank you for the support and guidance you have provided throughout this process. And to our generous sponsors, attendees and merchants, thank you for helping us continue our legacy of giving back to Fort Worth. We hope you enjoy your time at the 2017 Christmas in Cowtown Holiday Gift Market and wish each of you a joyful and blessed holiday season.
Robin & Kelly
Christmas in Cowtown Committees Christmas in Cowtown Committee
Michelle Arceneaux • Sara Baker • Stephanie Baker • Deborah Bankhead • Emily Brown Shelby Campbell • Veranna Campbell • Ashley Carter • Jacqueline Copeland • Megan Culver Neely Douglas • Samantha Duncan • Katrina Duvall • Lauren East • Sarah Elliott Tanette Fillmore • Laura Fincher • Claire Florsheim • Claire Gibbs • Aly Gilmartin Megan Granaghan • Rebecca Gunter • Gwen Harper • Rachel Hausser • Amanda Healy Candace Hernandez • Kim Hood • Kristen House • Melissa Howard-Carter • Lindsay Hubbell Helen Husbands • Karah Kellam • Callie Keyser • Cathy Lammers • Breanne Lilley Andrea Llewellyn • Adrienne Lothery • Elizabeth Ming • Carrie Moore • Katie Myers Katie Osborne • Blaine Parkey • Stephanie Perryman • Allison Presley Meredith Ray • Gayle Record • Destiny Row • Candace Salazar • Brandy Schwarz Casey Smock • Carrie Stires • Chelsea Turner • Shannon Urbina Sarah Vetere • Blair Warren • Patricia Weskamp
Sustainer Advisory Committee
Robin Arena • Bonnie Epstein Kaydee Bailey • Janis Brous • Suzanne Burt • Linda Christie • Ann Clinkscales Mary Lee Cruz • Susan Doyle • Kim Dyess • Liz Fleischer • Michele Hahnfeld • Kelly Hanley Janie Harper • Teresa Hubbard • Emily Jones • Gail Landreth • Pat Lorimer • Michelle Marlow Eunice McColm • Elizabeth McCoy • Mary Beth Millett • Jackie Prowse • Maribeth Reeb Michele Reynolds • Susan Rose • Jan Scully • Peggy Sims • Jane Sykes • Melanie Tatum Lynn Teel • Sandra Tuomey • Letty Waltrip • Sally White • Martha Williams
T he Junior League of Fort Worth, Inc. Advisory Committees Community Advisors
Joy Ann Havran
Judie B. Greenman
Christmas in Cowtown Sponsors The success of Christmas in Cowtown is in great part due to the generosity of the following or g a n i z at ion s a nd p e r s on s. T he Ju n ior L e a g ue of For t Wor t h , I nc. w i s he s to t h a n k :
High Heels & Holly and Luncheon
Cookies & Cocoa with Santa
Market Center Bar
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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 or g a n i z at ion s a nd p e r s on s. T he Ju n ior L e a g ue of For t Wor t h , I nc. w i s he s to t h a n k :
Sugar Plum Paula Brockway
Mary Potishman Lard Trust The Roach Foundation / Amy Roach Bailey, Lori Roach Davis & Jean Roach The Ryan Foundation
Robin Arena, Linda Christie & Bonnie Epstein • Robin & Pete Greenhaw GUS BATES Insurance & Investments Martha V. Leonard Fund in the North Texas Community Foundation Natalie Martin • Meta Alice Keith Bratten Foundation • PSK, LLP Sheila Jane Reynolds & Kim Terrell • Peggy Sims/Steamatic DFW & Jane Sykes Southwest Bank • Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth
Friends Alamo Title Company • Bank of Texas • Kathleen Bundy & Laura McWhorter Carrie Cappel, Cortney Craft & Wendy Wright Katherine Curtis, Danielle Dollahite, Amanda Healy, Christy Livingstone, Amber Reed & Sarah Washington • Kim Darden • Kelly Decker • Terri Fant Liz Fleischer, Melanie Hanna, Lauri Lawrence, Erika McCarthy & Suzanne Sanders Darla Greene • Harris, Finley & Bogle P.C. • Teresa Hubbard & Elizabeth Waltrip Dr. Robert Kaufmann & Fort Worth Fertility • Kelly & Lewis Kinard Janeen Lamkin • Amanda Landfried & Shelley Simon • Linbeck Luther King Capital Management • Michelle Marlow, Paige Pate & Sandra Tuomey Nancy Grimes • Nichols & Carol Nichols Wiley • Trina & Fred Pecina Gail W. Rawl • Beth Rivers • Haley Manulik, Amber Robertson & Tiffany Rubenkoenig Texas Christian University • Robin Thomas • Williams Trew List as of September 15, 2017
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Pick-A-Package and Raffle Donors I t e m s o f f e r e d i n t h e P i c k-A- P a c k a g e a n d R a f f l e h a v e b e e n g e n e r o u s l y d o n a t e d b y t h e f o l l o w i n g o r g a n i z a t i o n s a n d p e r s o n s . T h e J u n i o r L e a g u e o f F o r t Wo r t h , I n c . w i s h e s t o t h a n k :
Abundio's Studio • Babies on the Boulevard • ChiroPlus Clinic • City Surf Fitness Cookie by Design • Core Power Yoga • drybar • Elizabth Smid Embassy Suites by Hilton • Firestone & Robertson Distilling Co. FitBodies by Sharon • Fit For Life • Fort Worth Jazzercise • Fort Worth Zoo Girl Scouts of Texas Oklahoma Plains • Hurley House • Initially Yours Kathy Lammers • La Madeline French Bakery & Café • Lawrence's Maven Boutique • Megan Sanders • Meyer & Sage • Nothing Bundt Cakes Parkhill's Jewelry and Gifts • Pure Barre Fort Worth • Robin Greenhaw Sid Richardson Museum • Sophia's Skincare • SprayTan by Elizabeth The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth • You Are Here • Zyn22
Special Events Spotlight Food a nd Beverages for Chr istmas in Cow town Specia l Event s have been generously donated b y t h e s e f i n e l o c a l e s t a b l i s h m e n t s . T h e J u n i o r L e a g u e o f F o r t Wo r t h , I n c . w i s h e s t o t h a n k :
Chicken Salad Chick • Funky Town Donuts • Hurley House • J. Rae's Joe T Garcia's • Reata Restaurant • Righteous Foods Shinjuku Station • Terra Mediterranean Grill
Merchant Lounge Donors Food a nd Beverages for Christmas in Cowtown Mercha nts have been generously donated b y t h e s e f i n e l o c a l e s t a b l i s h m e n t s . T h e J u n i o r L e a g u e o f F o r t Wo r t h , I n c . w i s h e s t o t h a n k :
Boopas Bagel Deli • Busy B's Bakery • Krispy Kreme • Leah's Sweet Treats Monticello Spring Water Company • Ol' South Pancake House • Pop-N-Cream Salsa Limon • Starbucks Montgomery Plaza • Stir Crazy Baked Goods • Tom Thumb List as of September 15, 2017
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Crazy About Cups (Blitzen Lane)
Minnie Belle Jewels (Comet Cour t)
Junior League of Fort Worth Camp Fire First Texas: Diamond Hill Renovation & Healthy Living Program - $100,000 Camp Fire operates a year- round, out-of-school program at Diamond Hill Station where 300-400 students participate in structured activities. The program engages students in sharing educational and physical activities with peers, and develops positive relationships built on mutual interests. The funds will renovate the current Diamond Hill Station facility. A garden will also be established where children can learn how to plant, maintain, harvest and then cook the produce. During the school year, Diamond Hill serves nutritious snacks when the children arrive from school and during school breaks they serve breakfast, lunch and an afternoon snack. They also have many lesson plans centered on health and nutrition and using plants from the garden to conduct science activities and create art. Volunteers will help plant a garden with the children. As the garden grows they will help with maintenance and harvest of the garden, as well as discussing nutrition.
ACH Child and Family Services: Wellness Program Expansion to Wedgewood - $20,000 ACH Child and Family Services’ Emergency Youth Shelter is the only emergency shelter for youth in Tarrant County. The agency is in the process of relocating their facilities to a more relaxed and home-like setting, and JLFW has the unique opportunity to partner with ACH in bringing the “Wellness Program for Shelter Youth” currently implemented at the Emergency Shelter to the Wedgwood Residential Campus. The Wellness Program includes planned ways to interact with youth from informational classes and activities focusing on nutrition, exercise, job-skills and other skill-building areas. The funds will cover the expansion, as well as provide materials needed for the classes, volunteer screenings and two community gardens. Volunteers will partner with ACH staff to design and implement this program. The class topics will rotate among nutrition, job skills, exercise, stress relief, team building, cooking demonstrations with an emphasis on cooking and exercise.
Alliance for Children: Assistance for Child Victims, Siblings & Protective Caregivers - $15,000 Alliance for Children serves Tarrant County children suspected to be victims of sexual abuse, severe physical abuse or neglect or witnesses to violent crimes. As part of their services, they offer group counseling for victims and their protective caregivers. The funds will help support their emergency client support program which provides basic needs to families, replaces possessions law enforcement may remove as part of an investigation or because it is a traumatic trigger and provides a means for travel to the Centers for counseling sessions. Volunteers will fill the role of sibling group facilitators leading activities and interacting with these children while their siblings and parents/caregivers attend group counseling sessions. This will include a range of activities from rocking an infant to leading games and art projects – but most important is developing a relationship and providing a sense of normalcy with the children.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Fort Worth: Music & Youth Initiative - $20,000 In 2016-2017, JLFW funded $50,000 towards the Music & Youth Clubhouse at their Eastside Branch. The Clubhouse construction was completed in December 2016, with a grand opening in February 2017. The current year funds will assist with the next-step and provides all the musical equipment needed for the Music & Youth programming to be fully operational and sustainable. Music is merely a vehicle for what is at heart a youth development program servicing at-risk youth between the ages of 10-18. It teaches them the challenges of discipline, reasoning and problem-solving that are all inherent in music as well as exposing them to a world outside of their own – all while keeping them off the streets. These students are craving one on one time and attention from mentors. Volunteers will provide individualized attention to the students, help them prepare for upcoming performances, assist in organizing performances and provide feedback and encouragement when necessary.
Catholic Charities: Supportive Events for International Foster Care - $20,000 Catholic Charities International Foster Care Program (IFC) serves two categories of youth: Unaccompanied Refugee Minors and Unaccompanied Alien Children. They are one of only two organizations in the state of Texas meeting these needs and one of twenty in the United States. Through IFC the youth are resettled in the US via foster care families and offered case management services. The IFC provides a safe, nurturing, culturally-sensitive environment that will equip and empower them to integrate successfully into their new local community here in Fort Worth and to reach their full potential. The larger hope is that some of them return to their homelands someday to affect positive changes there. The funds will assist the IFC program by planning and executing supportive events each month for foster parents and children. Events will include monthly foster parent meetings, a back to school bash, life skills camp, holiday parties and financial preparation. Most of these minors are teenagers, but are learning at lower than grade level. Volunteers will serve as role models and mentors to help accelerate their learning and build a peer support network within their ranks.
Community Hospice of Texas: Hospice House Downtown Children's Area - $15,000 Community Hospice of Texas is the largest not-for-profit hospice in Texas and the largest not-for-profit hospice serving pediatric hospice patients in the DFW Area. The Hospice House Downtown inpatient unit serves patients from children to adults and many are uninsured and need a place to spend their final days. The funds will cover the remodel of the childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s playroom which includes purchasing toys and kid-friendly furniture to create a place for children to wait and play while visiting or staying with a loved one. This room is also used by the Child Life Specialist to provide grief support, therapeutic and recreational activities to help children explore their grief and learn ways to constructively cope with grief. Volunteers will put together activity bags for the children and also maintain the childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s playroom. Volunteers may also give their time to assisting Child Life specialist/therapist.
Daniel Migael Foundation: Eye Tech Academy - $25,000 The Daniel Migael Foundation provides free vision care and glasses to homeless, indigent and uninsured adults throughout the Metroplex. Eye Tech Academy is a program designed to introduce teenagers (aged 14-17) and residents (sheltered homeless) of the Union Gospel Mission to the field of Optical Services. The six-week program is designed with classroom modules and hands-on training. The objective is to work with high school counselors and case managers to identify those individuals with borderline academic performance or current unemployment status and expose them to a career option that may inspire them to succeed without compounding their struggles. Funds cover additional optical equipment for hands-on curriculum for the students to ensure they have optimal time and experience without waiting for their turn on the equipment. Volunteers are responsible for assisting with the students during the scheduled class times, tutoring as well as motivating and encouraging students. They can also assist in teaching the non-optical modules that are designed to teach communication skills, professionalism with peers and supervisors as well as completing employment applications and mock interviews. They are encouraged to participate with the students in the community service module; attending a community clinic in the Fort Worth area and assisting students in utilizing their learned skills from all of the modules with actual patients in a real-world environment.
Community Projects, Fort Worth Drowning Prevention Coalition: Safe Swim Program - $30,000 The mission of the Fort Worth Drowning Prevention Center (FWDPC) is to prevent drowning in Fort Worth by educating the community about water safety and equipping non-swimmers with life-saving skills. They are filling a much-needed gap in Fort Worth by providing these services regardless of individuals ability to pay. Over the past year FWDPC developed a beta-test program specifically for the Como neighborhood – reaching 100 Como residents in the Downtown YMCA pool. It was a success in part due to the attention given to cultural awareness – 18 community leaders went through the program to learn to swim and then to act as ambassadors in their community centers and churches to spread the word. The funds will continue this neighborhood emphasis and expand their concentrated effort to the north side of Fort Worth in the summers of 2017 and 2018. Volunteers will serve in two areas: registration and Water Buddies.
HopeKids North Texas: Hope Day Events Expansion - $10,000 HopeKids provides ongoing events, activities and a support community for families with children who have a life threatening medical condition. The funds will support the expansion of events in Tarrant County and volunteers will plan and implement events for families to enjoy. The goal if for families to be surrounded with the message hope can be a powerful medicine. Currently, they are serving 426 families throughout the Metroplex.
North Texas Healthy Communities: Blue Zone Project Fort Worth - $10,000 Blue Zone Project is a community initiative designed to foster and support individual and community health and well-being through permanent changes to the environment, policy and social networks. Fort Worth is the largest city to undertake the Blue Zone Project, and the goal is to bring real and tangible choices to people’s lives by making the healthy choice the easy choice. The funds will go to support the Cooking Demonstrations and Purpose Workshops. Volunteers will be Blue Zone Project Engagement Liaisons and will assist with preparation of materials for the events and activities during the events.
Presbyterian Night Shelter: Women & Children's Warm the House & Life Training Skills - $25,000 The Presbyterian Night Shelter’s Women and Children’s Center provides its clients with services empathizing crisis alleviation, self-empowerment, nutritional and behavioral health, parenting skills, early childhood intervention, vocational training and job readiness curriculum. The funds will provide “house-warming” items for the 40 private rooms within the Center that turn over 3-5 times a year. The approximate cost to furnish each room is $500 and the clients take these items with them when they transition to permanent housing. They have found by providing new, colorful furnishings in these rooms it is changing the demeanor of the Center and making it a happier place for these clients to be. Funds will be used to purchase the items needed. Volunteers will spend the majority of their time in the Center leading a variety of weekly basic life skill classes. This will be a collaborative program with the volunteers utilizing their collection of talents to offer meaningful classes to teach mothers to empower themselves and to be prepared to return to self-sufficient lives.
Continued Rivertree Academy: Nutrition Program - $50,000 Currently, Rivertree Academy provides their students three meals per day: breakfast, lunch and an afternoon meal before dismissal. The government programs are not satisfying to the children who come to school famished. The lack of fresh fruits and vegetables that qualify for those programs is also a disappointing contradiction to Rivertree’s dedication to serving fresh, wholesome foods. The funds will assist Rivertree in providing healthy, nutritious meals and snacks for their students. The staff recognized an increase in their focus, attention to the task at hand and diligence in the work improved, after a healthy snack. Volunteers will help create a nutrition program where students, parents and the Como Community can learn healthier choices, as well providing mentoring and enrichment events.
SafeHaven of Tarrant Country: Adventure Camp - $15,000 SafeHaven is a shelter for women and children escaping domestic violence. During the summer, there is an increase in need for activities for the children staying at the shelter. Adventure Camp will serve 150 children ages 6-18. The funds will be used to support field trips and other summer activities outside the normal budget. The volunteers will serve in the Adventure Camp or in the Evening Recreation component. The Adventure Camp chaperones can work with SafeHaven to help plan and implement the field trips and activities. The Evening Recreation volunteers will lead recreational activities such as games, art projects and crafts while mothers attend support groups.
T he Ladder Alliance: Success Store - $15,000 The Ladder Alliance provides tools for female victims of domestic violence and low-income women to help them become self-sufficient, successful and independent by teaching three sets of classes; basic computer skills, professional office skills and GED. Students attending class at The Ladder Alliance “earn” the ability to shop in the on-site clothing store called the Success Store. Clothing donations for the Success Store are received on a regular basis from supporters as well as JC Penney. JC Penney’s donations are mostly sample, smaller sizes so there are times that the store does not have the right size to fit students needing clothes. The funds will cover the purchase of reasonably priced larger sized clothing items for the Success Store as well as reworking the dressing room to allow for two separate private dressing areas. Volunteers will assist in the Success Store, helping students put outfits together as well as work as a “cashier” to count the number of items purchased and ensure the student has enough credits for the purchase. Additional duties include helping sort and hang donations received and purchasing and delivering clothing in needed sizes following monthly evaluation of needs.
Union Gospel Mission: Children's Enrichment Program - $25,000 This program was established in 2008 and currently consists of after-school tutoring, art therapy classes, science projects and nutritional education. Children entering UGM are usually 1-2 grade levels behind. With additional tutoring, UGM is able to bring the child up to grade level and sometimes beyond. Recently, UGM has seen a greater need to focus on the development, growth and traumatic effects that homelessness has on young children. The funds will cover materials for program activities. Volunteers will provide tutoring services. During tutoring children are helped one-on-one or in a small group for homework help, studying and extra attention for any subjects they may be struggling with. They will also help cover transportation expenses of the new bus that JLFW provided for during the 2016-2017 project year.
Junior League of Fort Worth 2017-2018 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 2017 - 2018.
ACH Child and Family Services • American Diabetes Association • Breakthrough Fort Worth Catholic Charities: Assessment Center • Center for Transforming Lives Cook Children's Medical Center • Dean & Deluca Invitational Golf Tournament at Colonial Down Syndrome Partnership of North Texas • Fort Worth ISD - Junior MINTS Fort Worth Museum of Science & History • Fort Worth Stock Show Art Program Girls Inc. of Tarrant County • Historic Fort Worth, Inc. • JPS Foundation Kids Who Care, Inc. • KinderFrogs School at TCU • Make-A-Wish Foundation of North Texas Mayfest, Inc. • Mothers' Milk Bank • 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. 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 biannually to JLFW and should have the potential to become financially independent once the JLFW Project status has ended. 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 www.juniorleaguefw.org.
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. 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. To learn more or apply for membership please visit: www.juniorleaguefw.org or contact the Membership Vice President at email@example.com.
Local Help from the JLFW: Hurricane Harvey and Disaster Recovery Last month, Texas faced one of the most destructive hurricanes in history. As many of our friends, family and neighbors battles the Category 4 hurricane dubbed Hurricane Harvey and its unprecedented flooding, we sat watching and waiting to See how we could help. Stories of how our community was affected poured in. Our members did what we do best - we took action. Working with the City of Fort Worth and our contacts through the Leagues in the affected areas, we immediately began accepting donations and providing volunteer hours. The work that we put in, and the generosity of our members and our entire community, was felt both in Houston and here at home. As one example, on Labor Day Weekend, in response to a last minute ask, we collected needed items that were sent directly to Houston, as well as specific items to the evacuee shelter here in Fort Worth. Our members answered the call and offered help immediately. In less than 48 hours, we pulled together to supply the evacuee shelter with 120 bed kits and a Houston neighborhood with 20,000+ diapers, wipes, water, hygiene kits, clothing and food. We answered the call quickly and efficiently. At the shelter, we further assisted the City of Fort Worth in providing entertainment for the 30+ children who were living there. Our members donated basketball hoops and the TCU basketball team donated basketballs to help the evacuees have fun and get some energy out. Mark Burrows, also known as Mister Mark, of First United Methodist Church in Fort Worth, came and used his talents to entertain the children with songs, drums and other make shift musical instruments over two very active and fun afternoons. We gathered donations of books and activities for the older children and adults to help occupy their time. Cards, Connect Four, Sorry, coloring books and books just to name a few. We also donated bags for the evacuees to use to carry their items, so they didn't have to use trash bags. As we were laying out the items, one of the women commented that she was veery excited about the composition books, because she didn't have any paper to write on. It is the little things that truly make a big difference - while they needed emergency items and we provides them, we also attempted to provide the evacuees with a sense of normalcy and dignity during a very trying time. It was truly heartwarming to receive the phone calls, texts and emails from so many wanting to help, both within Fort Worth and the entire state of Texas. We live in an amazing community. The goal of the Junior League and this Market is to continue to lift up our community and serve those in need. And by doing this, we serve and lift up ourselves.
Mad for Mayfest!
Mayfest, Inc. makes an invaluable impact on the Fort Worth community through its one-of-a-kind festival and through the grants it provides to its founding organizations, including the Junior League of Fort Worth. For 46 years, Mayfest has brought the Fort Worth community together in beautiful Trinity Park on the banks of the Trinity River to celebrate the best of Fort Worth. Mayfest is Fort Worth’s most anticipated annual family festival. It attracts over 200,000 people who come to experience the many different attractions and areas. With three live music stages, renowned food, carnival rides, various attractions and special events, and even a Craft Beer Garden, Mayfest truly has something for everyone and entertains the entire family. Mayfest’s impact on the Fort Worth community can be felt throughout the year! Profits from Mayfest, which to date exceed $7.4 million, are used to support our local parks and river development and community projects, ensuring a quality of life for all area citizens. With the cooperative effort of its sister organizations, Mayfest will continue to increase collective awareness of our parks and rivers, and to enhance the quality of life in the Fort Worth community for years to come. Every year, proceeds from Mayfest are donated back to the community. Mayfest 2017 was the most successful festival in its 45-year history and was able to give back its largest-ever amount to the Fort Worth community. Since 2000, through its partnership with Mayfest, the Junior League of Fort Worth has received more than $850,000 to support programs that directly impact our community. This year, the Junior League will use our grant to continue our Kids in the Kitchen program that empowers youth to make healthy lifestyle choices, Pancake Picnic which creates a fun filled morning for 500+ patients at Cook Children’s Hospital and expand our All aBoard training program which provides training to our members to enhance our impact on the community. Without the grant from Mayfest, these programs would not be the dynamic impactful programs they are today. Thank you, Mayfest, for all that you do. Mark your calendars for the 46th Mayfest on May 3 – 6, 2018. Programs supported by funds received from Mayfest, Inc.:
Kids in the Kitchen
Kids in the Kitchen is an Association of Junior League International program that began nearly 10 years ago, to fight against the epidemic of childhood obesity and to promote children’s healthy eating and living. In collaboration with the Fort Worth ISD and our partnership agencies, our goal is to reach 1000+ children in grades 2 through 5. Kids in the Kitchen has two distinct features. First, children are involved in a two-week engagement program through their schools to encourage a healthy lifestyle. This program culminates in a pep rally at each school where prizes are given to lucky students. Second, the children in the program and their families are invited to attend the Kids in the Kitchen Health and Wellness Fair, which celebrates healthy living and encourages attendees to participate in fun activities. Located at Billingsley Field House, the 2017 Kids in the Kitchen even was a huge success! More than 400 students and family members sampled healthy foods and participated in fun activities. Some of these activities include the Dancing DJ with his limbo, hula hoop and other contests, and exercise areas from partnerships with the Little Gym, Smart Barre and 24 Hour Fitness. Delicious food was supplied by Central Market, Sodexho, Great Outdoors and Dannon yogurt.. And, as always, TCU’s very own Super Frog was a big hit. We are already planning for next year’s event which will be held March 3, 2018. Mark your calendars and come join the fun.
Cook Children’s Medical Center Pancake Breakfast On April 8, 2017, Cook Children’s Medical Center and Junior League of Fort Worth partnered to bring a day of fun and happiness to sick children. The goal of the Pancake breakfast is to help children suffering from long-term illness to have a day of fun with their families. This year the breakfast not only included those in the hospital but also those who receive longterm outpatient care. More than 530 In-Patient and Out-Patient children attended. It was our biggest event to date.
Local firefighters, police and their families served the pancake breakfast to the record number of attendees. Our members brought food to the children that could not leave their rooms and they also received a visit from the face-painter and balloon artist. Outside in the breezeway, the children were treated to a performance by Eddie Coker as well as many fun games and a dunking booth! One special Cook Children’s patient created the T-shirt artwork for the volunteers and attendees. The memories and T-shirts will be cherished for years to come.
All aBoard Part of the Mayfest grant this year is to help expand our All aBoard program. This program was created to fill a request from our membership to expand our volunteer training into something deeper. The goal of this program is to train women to serve as volunteer board leaders in the community. Through a competitive application process, this program trains the next generation of women through education and mentorship. The 2017-2018 Curriculum will include 6 meetings and an Opening and Closing retreat for the 26 Junior League members chosen to be a part of this program. The curriculum includes training in curriculum includes training in leadership management skills, collaboration, goal setting, community engagement and more. The program also allows the member access to a JLFW Mentor to guide them through the year. JLFW’s Mission is based on promoting voluntarism, developing women and improving our communities. We hope this new program will help us do each of these in a deeper and more impactful way.
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Chocolate Moonshine Co. Fort Worth, TX 682.220.9791 cmbars.com An artisan chocolate company. Booth 408 Christina Greene LLC Houston, TX 832.803.9152 christina-greene.com Christina Greene jewelry line highlights the beauty of natural stones from all over the world. Booth 512 Cigar Cutters By Jim Rowlett, TX 214.695.0729 cigarcuttersbyjim.com We manufacture and assemble a distinctive line of men's gifts. Booth 718 CITY Boots Amarillo, TX 806.679.7999 cityboots.com Luxury cowboy boots and beautiful silk scarves. Booth 514 Climate by CD Ski & Sports Fort Worth, TX 817.332.1428 snowandwater.com Lifestyle fashion and accessories by brands like Patagonia, True Grit, Yeti, North Face, The Fort Clothing Booth 608 Cooke C- Ranch home of Down on the Creek Designs Throckmorton, TX 940.521.1438 All handmade in Texas. One of a kind items. Jewelry, home deco, T's Booth 229
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Crafty Hands Full Heart Fort Worth, TX etsy.com/shop/ craftyhandsfullheart Handmade modern farmhouse home decor and gifts. Designs by Alyson Booth 938 Dallas, TX 214.507.8000 Crazy About Cups dbalyson.com Dallas, TX Holiday decor and gifts. 214.325.1399 Always beautiful... crazyaboutcups.com naturally! Multi-color Holiday Booth 902 styrofoam cups Booth 909 DGZ Chocolates Houston, TX 713.777.3444 dgzchocolates.com We manufacture Toffarazzi, our award winning toffee and many other gourmet goodies! Booth 627
D & R Gourmet Blends Fort Worth, TX 817.925.9501 gourmetblends.us Barrel Aged Balsamic Vinegar & Herb & Fruit Infused Olive Oil Booth 104
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Jalapeno Gold New Waverly, TX 936.344.6000 jalapenogold.com Hand crafted black crates and bookcases, Jalapeno Gold logo with product & sampling display Booth 336 Junior League Booth Fort Worth, TX 817.332.7500 juniorleaguefw.org Radko Ornaments, Nutcrackers, and all things Junior League. Booth 502 Kelly Kay Fort Worth, TX 817.570.7938 kellykay.com Kelly Kay is a line of art meets paper products. Booth 1135 Kelly's Treasure Colleyville, TX 817.368.1859 kellystreasure.com Tailored, eclectic look with out collection of hand picked clothing and jewelry. We call it Hobo-chic. Booth 618 Kendra Scott Fort Worth, TX 817.721.7494 kendrascott.com Kendra Scott pop up shop with an assortment of fashion jewelry and home goods Booth 501 Lady Di Boutique Greenwood, AR 479.650.7201 ladydiboutique.com Ladies boutique empowering women to look and feel beautiful everyday. Booth 634
Ladybugs Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Boutique Mansfield, TX 817.797.6525 Kids apparel sizes Newborn thru size 16, unique accessories Booth 711
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Leftovers Inc. Brenham, TX 979.830.8496 leftoversantiques.com Antiques, apothecary, Christmas decor, books, bird seed treats, and much much more Booth 430
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Laura Lively Jacksonville, FL 904.982.3199 mylauralively.com Our designs, crafted with genuine freshwater pearls, natural stone and shell, are modern twists on the classics that endure beyond the trends. Booth 308
Lil Rodeo Dallas, TX 469.438.1024 lilrodeo.com Children's Boutique with emphasis on lace and denim apparel for girls and country/western style apparel for boys up to 24 months. Booth 231 lila+hayes Fort Worth, TX 817.233.7205 firstname.lastname@example.org Children's and women's pima cotton clothing and pajamas. Booth 1001
Lovin Ewe Springtown, TX 301.676.3542 lovineweboutique.com A baby boutique featuring handmade clothes and classic necessities. Booth 416 Lucky Thread Bossier City, LA 210.260.1488 luckythread.com Fun Gift for everyone on a list. Lots of Grab & Go gifts Booth 528 M Street Studio Amarillo, TX 806.773.6594 mstreetstudio.com Heirloom quality leather goods and organic gemstone jewelry. Handmade in Texas. Booth 838
Mana Culture Austin, TX 303.229.8354 manaculture.com The Mana Culture brand is inspired by mother nature. With the use of natural elements, raw gemstones, and designs influenced from around the world we bring you a collective of bohemian treasures. Booth 1119 Manos De Sur Atlanta, GA 404.271.3778 manosdesur.com Unique handmade men's gifts, bar accessories, alpaca blankets, vintage pillows, horn jewelry & alpaca animals Booth 1111 Mayfield's Grilling Products Mineola, TX 713.851.1430 Offering a wide variety of grilling accessories with laser cut logos of NFL & NCAA teams. Booth 834 Melange Eye Candy Houston, TX 832.544.2903 melangeeyecandy.com Melange is an Eye Catching Assortment of Fashion Forward Affordable Accessories & Apparell Booth 629 Mi Casa Tamales Boerne, TX 210.561.7660 tamalesmicasa.com Texas Size Homemade Tamales made with fresh spices, gluten free, no preservatives, Gournet Foods, Kitchen and Holiday Gifts. Booth 402
Miller's Point Nacogsoches, TX 936.462.1515 A Southern Men's Lifestyle Outfitter. Booth 901 Minnie Belle Jewlels Marietta, GA 678.656.9000 minniebellejewels.com The Selection of Unique Jewelry. Sterling Silver, Classic, Modern and Vintage at afford prices. Booth 727
Mirta Tummino Studio Houston, TX 713.965.3744 mirtatummion.com Award winning line of delicate, handmade artisan jewelry made with genuine gems and metals. Booth 1002 mm floral design Fort Worth, TX 817.247.0113 mmfloraldesign.com Exquisite faux floral in unique containers. Orchids to succulents to beautiful Christmas floral arrangements. Booth 736 Moureau Home Fort Worth, TX 817.953.0938 moureauhome.com Monogrammed linens for the table Booth 1117
Mrs. Burk's Buns Flower Mound, TX 469.877.2867 mrsburksbuns.com Hand-made, fresh baked gourmet cinnamon buns in tempting flavorsâ&#x20AC;Śfrom old fashioned cinnamon to salted caramel toffee and brownie batter. Booth 833 Musee Bath/Southern Cup T-shirt Co. Tyler, TX 903.245.9000 Musee Bath Balms made with essential oils; Holiday Shirts; Stocking Stuffers Booth 1120
On The Rocks - Southern Fried Style Burleson, TX 817.875.2606 ontherocksbysfs.com On the Rocks by SFS is a stylish entertaining and gift collection featuring agate stones. Booth 413 One Hip Mom Spring, TX 713.302.3108 OneHipMom.com Casual Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry for Hip Mom's Booth 830
Only Little Once Tomball, TX 281.728.3573 My Team Boutique onlylittleonce.com Cedar Park, TX Boutique children's 512.698.1984 clothing, Christmas MyTeamBoutique.com A southern style boutique Pajamas, accessories and stocking stuffers outfitting ladies for tailgating and two-stepping Booth 829 Booth 807 P.S. Kisses and Hearts Chandler, AZ Olive & Gray 480.895.1377 Frisco, TX anitabaptistedesigns.com/ 817.371.6763 oliveandgraybaby.com Southwestern decor (including popular line of A modern children's Santas) created with natural clothing & accessory resources such as antlers/ boutique that carries feathers. newborn to 5T. Booth 334 Booth 1033 Patina and Pearls Frisco, TX 214.641.4692 Home Decor and Handmade Jewelry Booth 228
PerriBerri Dallas, TX 214.803.6503 perriberri.com PerriBerri is a multichannel retailer, specializing in women's clothing, one-of-a-kind children's items, jewelry and home decor. Booth 1128
Merchants POP! Tween Boutique Canton, TX 903.275.5569 Tween aged girls clothing and accessories, girls sizes 6-16. On trend and high quality, affordable fashions specifically geared toward tweens. Booth 728
Pics & Gifts Waco, TX 254.756.6245 picsandgifts.com Monogrammed Holiday clothing and personalized Holiday gifts, ornaments and stockings Booth 1034 Pinderella Frisco, TX 972.754.0351
Our favorite Pinterest inspired gifts of the year include stadium cups, mugs, dish towels, cupcake bath bombs and other fun stocking stuffers. Booth 117 Pink Armadillos Montgomery, TX 936.703.5235 PinkArmadillos.com Trendy apparel and tees for girls of all ages! Booth 1004 Play Clay Factory Lamar, CO 719.336.3526 playclayfactory.com Play Clay is a scented modeling dough for children without the mess. Booth 638
Precious Little Tot Frisco, TX 847.445.1427 preciouslittletot.com Modern Baby Apparel and Accessories Booth 116
Puzzle Tracks Lexington, KY 336.469.0049 Fun and Educational Toys Booth 943 Queen of the Trailer Park Gun Barrel City, TX 214.930.2425 queenofthetrailerpark. com Hand painted, three dimensional, inspirational Art Booth 730
Rebecca's: A Sassy Boutique Burleson, TX 817.988.6036 Fun and affordable fashions and accessories for sassy gals of all ages. Booth 436 R.E.D.S. Stephenville, TX 817.846.7181 Home decor with a farmhouse & rustic flair including hand made ladders, trays, and signs. Booth 417 Rosse & James Austin, TX 512.417.7482 rosseandjames.com Natural semi precious gemstone, gold vermeil, sterling silver necklaces, cuffs, earrings Booth 135
Rustic Ranch Decor & More Valley View, TX 940.726.3383 rusticranchdecor.com Home Decor, Gifts, Boutique with Southern Charm & Western Elegance Booth 707 Sarah Briggs Waxahachie, TX 214.681.6783 sarahbriggs.com Lightweight, heirloom & hypoallergenic materials used on handmade jewelry Booth 827 Sarahjanes Oilcloth Austin, TX 830.751.9500 simplysjo.com Everything is handcrafted out of Minkee & Oilcloth and personalized while you shop! Booth 808
Savor Patisserie French Macarons Dallas, TX 325.370.7504 savorpatisserie.com French Macarons that are equally beautiful and delicious handmade in Dallas with love. Booth 427 Sea Lily Atlanta, GA 678.777.6677 Sea-Lily.com Wonderful handmade jewelry mostly made from piano wire or dyed mother of pearl Booth 1012
Shelbi's Bags Greenville, TX 800.825.2229 Shelbisbags.com Personalized gifts for everyone! Monogramming on site! Booth 207
Sort of Cool Fort Worth, TX 817.965.1069 sortofcool.com Contemporary Texas art, 3D Fort Worth art and prints. Booth 719
Shirley's Potpourri Canton, TX 903.316.9471 shirleyspotpourri.com Hand-made potpourri, refresher oils and scented wreaths and garlands. Booth 204
Shop Trendz Sherwood, AR 501.593.6078 Sevargo, Celebratory shoptrendydeals.com Wares & Wears Trendy fashion jewelry for Fort Worth, TX the Trendz of the season 817.368.2634 including necklaces, sevargo.com bracelets and earrings Celebratory Wares & Wears, Booth 1028 custom & handcrafted party goods and gifts, created in Smock Candy Clothing Fort Worth Broussard, LA Booth 434 337.519.4520 smockcandy.com ShannieGirl Children's boutique Houston, TX handsmocked clothing, 713.202.1044 applique knits, knit dresses, shanniegirl.com knit tops and knit bottoms We carry women's wraps, Booth 1013 capes and shawls and beautiful accessories. Booth 312
Sparrow Succulents & Adera Designs Fort Worth, TX 817.233.9133 aderafoundation.org Social venture that carries "story-forward" products designed for the purpose of making an impact locally and globally. Booth 505 Star Linens Antioch, TN 615.833.3110 Children's Smocked and Holiday PJs Booth 337
South Austin Gallery Austin, TX 512.680.4018 SouthAustinGallery.com A husband & wife team creating iconic gifts with their local photography for all occasions. Booth 515
Strom Rinzen Houston, TX 832.858.8519 stromrinzen.com Handmade, Custom Leather Purses & Belts- each one totally unique and made from Gorgeous Leathers Booth 907
Supply Fort Worth, TX Southern Roots Texas 817.739.5590 Rockwall, TX getsupply.com 469.314.1140 ShopSouthernRootsTX.com Premium men's shaving and grooming products. Made Southern lifestyle boutique offering on site monograming in Fort Worth. Booth 516 and personalization. Booth 908 Swedenburg Designs Humble, TX Southern with Grace 281.852.2793 Cartersville, GA Classic jewelry in a wide 706.206.2366 of variety of semi precious southernwithgrace.com Rustic Vintage Farmhouse stones, precious metals and Home DĂŠcor and Artwork more Booth 941 Booth 816 Sweet Peas Boutique Plano, TX 972.310.4086 sweetpeas-baby-boutique. com Plush minky blankets, bibs, burpcloths, lovies, pillowcases, throws, onsies, bows, and tutus Booth 631
Tahoe Kitchen Co. Monument, CO 615.945.5628 tahoekitchenco.com Featuring German Steel, fully forged, professional grade, kitchen cutlery. Booth 406 Tapp Fort Worth, TX 817.726.0880 Leather sleeves for 20 and 30-ounce stainless steel insulated cups. Personalization available. Booth 928 Texas Ballet Theater Fort Worth, TX 817.763.0207 texasballettheater.org Holiday Nutcracker Decor and Gifts Booth 127 Texas Toffee Plano, TX 972.596.1031 Texastoffee.com Gourmet line of toffee Booth 333 The Black Market Lubbock, TX 806.240.0069 blackmarketboots.com Old Gringo Handmade Boots - Ladies and Mens Booth 536 The Brave Bohemian Anna, TX 972.824.5115 thebravebohemian.com The Brave Bohemian is a traveling boutique with boho apparel & handmade jewelry and world headquarters at "the Shed". Booth 1105
Merchants The Dancing Flea Market Ltd. Co. Colleyville, TX 817.975.8527 thedancingfleamarket.com Unique gifts and home decor handmade in Texas with LOVE & SCRAPS. Booth 1008
The Pajama Princess Austin, TX 512.413.6386 thepajamaprincess.com Holiday Family PJ's, Father Son Boxers, Mother Daughter Son, Teens, Adults, Blankets, Robes, Slippers, Mens Booth 111
The Wired Canary Friendswood, TX 832.287.6557 Vintage silverware repurposed to make a variety of useable items. Booth 937
The Write Designs Carrollton, TX The Pewter Lady 469.441.9177 Houston, TX thewritedesigns.com 713.977.9990 Decorative styrofoam, frost thepewterlady.com flex and koozies with fun Pewter and glassware: trays, saying, humor napkin, lids, bowls, casseroles, canisters, and straws and more. more! Only the best for you! Booth 327 Booth 315 Tin Rose Boutique The Popcorn Hut Burleson, TX Houston, TX 817.568.4764 281.814.8026 tinroseboutique.com snoballhut.com Catering to women of every Handmade gourmet style, Inspiring outfits and popcorn in sweet, salty and accessories chocolate drizzled flavors-- Booth 1132 The Gift Solution something for everyone! Austin, TX Booth 114 TOSS Vintage 512.656.4436 Dallas, TX giftsolutionboutique.com The Scarab 214.696.3311 Women's clothing, featuring Minturn, CO tossvintage.com Johnny Was, 3Sisters coats, 970.949.1730 Vintage and recycled & Free People. Sizes petite shopthescarab.com 100% cotton flannel shirts, to 3X. Authentic, handmade flannel & wool jackets, Booth 509 accessories, gifts and great vintage cowboy boots, jewelry curated from fun accessories & vintage The Guayabera Shirt around the world. turquoise and sterling Store and Linen Dreams Booth 136 jewelry Austin, TX Booth 817 512.358.1542 The Square Nest theguayaberashirtstore.com Grapevine, TX Trends & Traditions Men and Boys Guayabera 469.667.7303 Boutique shirts in fine linen and forest-ink.com San Marcos, TX cotton Gifts for all ages. Graphic 512.392.7236 Booth 1137 TrendsandTraditionsBoutique. tee's, novelty socks, bath com bombs, slippers, Freaker The Happy Lark Influenced by the Texas Hill koozies & SWIG cups. Fort Worth, TX Country lifestyle, offering Booth 101 682.841.1027 clothing and jewelry pieces thehappylark.com that are wearable designs. Clothing, toys, and books Booth 217 for little ones ages 0 - 6 that are modern, fresh, and encourage unplugged play Booth 208
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Tribe Alive Fort Worth, TX 972.948.5449 tribealive.com Designed by women; made by women. Ethically handcrafted apparel, jewelry & accessories. Booth 930 trulyYOURS Millersville, MD 410.371.6998 trulyyoursonline.com Classic trend Cashmere wears and fine fashion jewelry Booth 1114 Tucker Brown Fort Worth, TX 806.438.4512 tuckerbrown1986.com It depicts our unique stores in Lubbock and Fort Worth. Selling specially selected Women's clothing and accessory items that are prepackaged for holiday gift giving. Booth 415
Two Elves with a Twist Frisco, TX 214.906.2923 baciofashions.com Holiday decor, gameday & boutique clothing, jewelry & bags Booth 141
Twogether Designs Center, TX 469.569.2388 have2haveit.com "Earisistable" Embroidered Bunnies and Puppies, Baby Blankets and Fabulous Throws Booth 934 UG Unusual Gifts Dallas, TX 214.403.3990 ugunusualgifts.com An array of unusual gifts that a majority of the public has never seen. Booth 213 Ultra Bella Celebration, FL 407.566.1799 Dazzling Accessories Handcrafted in the USA of Ultrasuede, Swarovski Crystals, & Gemstones Booth 819
Tucker Ink Fort Worth, TX 817.583.3229 tucker.ink Travel-inspired design, photography and lettering. Uncle Bob's Sauces Booth 110 Montgomery, TX 936.537.0577 Turquoise Gypsy unclebobssauces.com Keller, TX BBQ Sauces, Rubs, 817.291.6022 Seasonings and Uncle Bob's A fun, funky boutique with smoked brisket a mix of boho Booth 128 Booth 102 Under Wraps Twisted Sisters Dallas, TX Bedford, TX 214.649.0318 817.822.4406 underwrapsgiftwrap.com Chalkboard placemats, Designer Gift Wrap,Gable crayons, stain remover, Boxes,Wire Edged wine accessories, easy Ribbons,Tulle,and,Raffia At arranger Wholesale Prices Booth 1136 Booth 628
Uniquely Yours Interiors Plano, TX Wine-A-Rita 972.898.0505 Texarkana, TX uniquelyyoursbypatricia. 903.832.7309 com wineglace.com Exquisite floral designs. Wine-A-Rita offers delicious Booth 441 frozen wine slushies and gifts for the wine lover. Uptown Chic Booth 932 New Braunfels, TX 281.744.7019 Fabulous women's and children's clothing; unique gifts, signs and more Booth 1108 Vail Trading Post Inc. Flower Mound, TX 469.360.7871 We specialize in contemporary fur apparel and accessories. Booth 708
Wrapped to Wear Lago Vista, TX Wabash Road 213.280.3015 Fort Worth, TX wrappedtowear.com 817.688.7152 Unique and beautiful wabashroad.com leather and natural stone Custom stationery, wrap jewelry invitations, wrapping paper Booth 1027 and a variety of other paper goods. Yellow Button Baby Booth 508 Dallas, TX 214.762.2305 Weeks Avenue yellowbuttonbaby.com Wichita Falls, TX Quality handmade baby 940.781.1725 and toddler products and weeksavenue.com accessories. Each product Weeks Avenue specializes is made with unique prints, in high-end handbags, quality materials and can be an exclusive outerwear personalized. collection, stylish jewelry, Booth 429 and fun gifts. Booth 107 Young Life Toys Friendswood, TX Wimberly Inc. 832.506.1899 Austin, TX younglifetoys.com 512.338.9200 Coolest childrens self wimberlyinc.com powered indoor/outdoor Wimberly designs scooters. gemstone, leather & Booth 741 personalized jewelrysignature embellished handbags-interchangeable belts w/love from Austin, Texas. Booth 713
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