Sorry to report this concert has been cancelled.
THE SLIGHTLY TILTED BAND
Rock & Roll from the Good Ole Days
8:00 pm to 12:00 Midnight
DECEMBER 31, 2011
Tickets $40 for an all inclusive dinner & concert
Royal Beef Tenderloin
Tilapia with Mango Salsa
All dinners include: drink, salad and dessert
Alcoholic Beverages not included
CALL NOW FOR RESERVATIONS
903-853-0461 OR 903-342-6119
210 N. Main
If you have company coming, but you can't accommodate everyone at your home, consider suggesting an alternative.
If several family members are coming together, consider the short-stay accommodations at The Leaves apartments, just a few blocks from Main Street.
These are fully furnished units with two bedrooms and two bathrooms, a kitchen, dining area and living room.
More information here: www.vrbo.com/386357
Thee Hubbell House is an award-winning, historic B&B located close to Main Street.
Enjoy hospitality at its best in beautiful accommodations, excellent breakfasts and an old Southern charm that takes you back to a quieter era.
Thee Hubbell House has built an exceptional reputation among guests and, despite its elegance, has an atmosphere that lets you relax.
Thee Hubbell House
Hunters' Moon FARMHOUSE is situated on a country road at the edge of Winnsboro.
The house has been renovated with contemporary amenities such as a new bathroom. However, the home retains a charm that is enhanced by pieces that were used by the owner's family.
The pastoral rural setting is sure to let you unwind!
The FARMHOUSE at Hunters' Moon Farm
7739 Farm Road 3019
Winnsboro, Texas 75494
Oaklea Mansion is a stately, well-known B&B that is located on 4 acres on S. Main St. The mansion has been lovingly decorated with family heirlooms and is as much an intriguing museum as a wonderful place to stay.
Stay in the main mansion or the manor house.
No children or pets permitted.
Oaklea Mansion & Manor House
407 South Main Street
Winnsboro, Texas 75494
Hi - it's me, City Kitty again.
It's almost Christmas and I'm purdy sure you have some people on your list who would really enjoy a new pet.
We would all 'preciate it if you think about giving a sweet animals as a present. . . including a gift for yourself!
At the Winnsboro Animal Shelter, we have kittens and growed up cats, puppies and faithful older dogs. They're all looking for someone to love them like my Cat Mommies at City Hall love me.
Also, my friends are hoping for gifts of food and toys if you would be so kind as to drop them off a the Shelter. They also need money for medicine and vet visits.
If you want to come see my pals at the Shelter, be sure to call to make sure someone will be there when you visit.
Thank you for rememb'ring the orphans waiting for a cozy home this Christmas!
Winnsboro Animal Shelter
835 Hope Lane
Winnsboro, TX 75494
Shopping Ladles to Linens is as adventure! Lyndi has wonderful displays featuring cookware, appliances, table linens, serving pieces, cookbooks, spices, a wall full of fun gadgets, and much more.
You'll find a amazing gifts and some things you can't resist getting for yourself!
Check out these specialty items that are available in the store and on the Ladles to Linens online store. . .
Zoku Quick Pop Maker - The patented Zoku Quick PopTM Maker freezes ice pops in as little as seven minutes right on your countertop without electricity.
Explorer Cordless Frozen Concoction Maker -
With no need for a cord, this portable powerhouse can lead your party
into uncharted territories. Whip up frozen drinks right on your boat.
Take it tailgating. Throw a bash at the beach.
Sodastream Genesis Home Soda Maker - Now
soda and seltzer lovers can enjoy a bevy of fizzy flavors at home while
reducing their environmental impact.
Ladles to Linens
215 Main St.
This preview of the weekend just came in from Sandy Page, Director, Winnsboro Cultural Arts District. . .
Friday evening, December 16th, from 6-9pm, Winnsboro’s Keyring Gallery (107 Locust) will host their Christmas “3rd Friday” Art Walk Opening.
As part of the regular Artists’ Exhibition, they are including a small group of “emerging artists“, from Alex Faber Smith’s WISD High School art class. Brent Bassham, classical guitarist, will present an evening of Christmas music.
The winning students were presented with cash prizes from a grant awarded to the Cultural Arts District from the Texas Commission on the Arts.
First place winner, Amanda (LaShaye) Johnson’s creativity reminds one of the famous New York “graffiti art” of Jean-Michel Basquiat, who rose to fame in the 1980’s. Raw, colorful and potent, “Shaye’s” image locks the viewer into a thought provoking relationship with life and all of its ramifications.
A feeling of beauty and peace lies within the turmoil and chaos. Facing and recognizing life’s challenges brings knowledge to those who dare to truly take up the challenge,…that knowledge can serve as a ”key” to navigating life. Shaye’s colors dance and delight the viewer.
Jessica Porter, the 2nd place winner, brings amazing talent to the exhibition. Her “White Horse” shows a skill beyond belief, and establishes the high caliber of her talent. Execution is flawless, and one feels the powerful, but graceful, movement of this majestic steed. The actual award went to another of Porter’s horse images.
Some are shocked that this one won the award. It is simple at first glance, almost static, and is brown in color. Compared to the “White Horse”, the execution of this horse seems more “child-like”. But, upon viewing, something holds the viewer’s eye and the reason is a bit puzzling.
As the image is studied, the green overlay of color on the brown horse seems to “shimmer”, suggesting that he might actually race off at any moment.
Surrounding the small horse is an aura, a white “mystical and magical” light. Suddenly, thoughts of Picasso, come to mind….able to “copy” anything, but expressing himself in a more primitive, yet more complex, fashion.
Michael Mahoney’s “Longhorn Steer” stands solid and grounded with a captivating, somewhat Cubist construction. The “grey boulder” mid section of the body, magnifies the steer’s power, while serving as an anchor for the varied angles of the legs.
This Longhorn could turn and “charge” in any direction. The amazing horns present a balance to the overall picture. You sense his eyes upon you, but suddenly realize they are an “abstraction”. Enigmas always add energy, and this one adds to the power of this portrayal. This 3rd place winner must know cattle well, and on a first hand basis.
The Gallery is filled with wonderful art from established artists for sale at reasonable prices. Represented are paintings, drawings, sculpture, masks, and ceramics (see Art Walk’s SayADream Studio for a large selection of ceramics and silver).
SayADream is, also, offering the opportunity for the public to make individual Christmas ornaments ($5). The Studio will fire them and have them ready for Christmas.
The “3rd Friday” Art Walk includes downtown merchants, who are open for the evening Art Walk. They include Beauweevils, Liefie, Art & Espresso, Jan’s Antiques, Winnsboro Emporium, Main St Antiques & Collectibles and Silhouette Dressmaking. .
Each has art, special gifts, sales, and events. Most are serving refreshments for this festive Holiday event.
For more information, call (903) 850-1662 or email@example.com.
The traditional Olde English dinner of holiday wassail, green salad, roasted pork, potatoes and bread pudding will be served.
This year, the dinner will be served on four evenings - Dec. 14-15, 17-18 at 6 pm and will includeThe Procession of Singers through the Hall
The Hoisting of a Sparkling Toast from the Wassail Bowl
The Procession of Litter Bearers with the Boar's Head
The Fellowship of Merriment with Friends and Family
The Singing of the Concert by the Chamber Singers
All for the Glory and Celebration of our Lord and King Jesus Christ
The Madrigal Dinner will be served in the Youth Annex at 112 W. Elm St.
The cost per ticket is $15. Only 50 tickets per evening will be available.
Purchase your tickets in advance of the event at
First Baptist Church Office
200 W. Broadway
Metal Credit Card Cases Regular Price $8.95On Special for $5.95
Also check out our new scarves.
3 Piece Set for $19.95 includes scarf, gloves, and cap
And our newest shipment of little jewelry boxes from $5.95 to $19.95
Jans Antiques & Gifts
115 East Elm St.
Winnsboro, TX 75494
Copperleaf Spa has become an oasis of beauty, health and serenity for women.
With multiple spa services, Cheryl and her staff provide the pampering and professional expertise that let women unwind and feel great.
This Christmas, the selection of gift items is a wonderful compendium of all things women love.
Here are two items that are very popular this season. . .
Create a warm and festive ambiance in your home with our Golden Topaz Collection. A blend of clementine, frankincense and myrrh, with warm notes of cinnamon, nutmeg, and clove. Inspired by the rare and precious spices gathered along our journey from East to West.
Hand Wash- $16.95
Hand Lotion- $22.95
3piece candle set- $32.95
biotanical set- $40.95
large candle- $30.95
A Citrus and Holly Fresh blend of Lemongrass, Grapefruit, Evergreen and other natural essential oils that leave the bathroom smelling clean and fresh!
4 fl oz- $14.95
2 fl oz -$9.95
Man-saver gift idea: A Copperleaf Spa Gift Cards!
CopperLeaf Day Spa and Salon
209 N. Main St.
Winnsboro, Tx. 75494
Even chestnuts roasting over an open fire won't make your season as bright as “An Evening of Exquisite Song,” a special concert on Saturday, December 17, 2011 at 7:30 pm in Mount Vernon Music Hall, 402 Leftwich St. at Yates St. in Mt. Vernon.
East Texas' own celebrated soprano Dana Pundt and pianist Kerry Baham will perform a magical program of art songs, opera arias and Christmas favorites.
Tickets are $10 for MVM members, $15 for non-members. Students are admitted free. (Eighth grade and younger must be accompanied by an adult ticket holder.)
For more information call
Mount Vernon Music at 903-563-3780
or visit www.mountvernonmusic.org.
Copperleaf Spa has extended an invitation to you. . .
You are artfully invited to the Opening and Reception of local abstract expressionist artist Terry McCullough and our annual Christmas Experience Friday, Dec. 9 from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm.
CopperLeaf Day Spa and Salon
209 N. Main St.
Winnsboro, TX. 75494
- You Tube video features Winnsboro Spring Fest 2013
- Get Out At Play Saturday May 25 9 am - 2 pm
- Starry Starry Night on Saturday May 18 2013
- Mothers Day Treat at Mount Vernon Music on Sunday May 12 at 3 pm
- Spring Fest to be held Saturday and Sunday on May 11-12
- Copperleaf May 2013 events and discounts
- StarDragonfly Herb Company - May 2013 Events
- 53rd Annual Winnsboro Rodeo
- REMINDER: Lake Fork Classic, Saturday, April 27, benefiting Camp John Marc's Special Camps
- Winnsboro Farmer's Market to hold an Ice Cream Social on Saturday, May 4, City Park
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