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Rotary Gala Wine Tasting and Silent Auction, Saturday, May 12, 2012

Anita Williams - Wednesday, May 02, 2012

 A wonderful evening of wine tasting with a silent auction to raise money for scholarships.

Oaklea Mansion
Saturday, May 12
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Individual tickets: $30
Two tickets: $50
Tickets can be purchased from any Rotarian.

 

Northeast Texas Music Festival celebrates Texas' 175th Birthday at Oaklea Mansion April 30

Anita Williams - Wednesday, April 13, 2011


The NETX Music Festival is a tradition in Winnsboro.

This year, the group is going to present several smaller
events in venues around the city.

The first event will be the 175th Texas Birthday party April 30
at Oaklea Mansion. It will be an adult costume party and comedy
show with a dance following.

Willie P. Richardson, an award winning comedian known
as the "Phone Prankster" will perform.  The Texas themed
costume party will be held in the Oaklea Mansion Gardens
beginning at 6:30 and is byob with free drinks and snacks.

Bonnie and Clyde may come.  Dance music will be provided
by DJ Randy Lindsay.

Advance tickets only, $50 per couple, $30 per person.

Oaklea Mansion is at 407 S. Main St., Winnsboro.
Tickets are available at Oaklea Mansion, Double C
Steakhouse and Slender Lady.

For information, call 903-342-6051.

The event is sponsored by Bank Texas and produced
Northeast Texas Music Festival (a 501c3 tax exempt charity).
 
Northeast Texas Music Festival
PO Box 748
Winnsboro, TX 75494
(903) 342-0263


Maryann Miller to have a book release party and signing at Oaklea Mansion

Anita Williams - Wednesday, January 19, 2011
  

Our own Maryann Miller will be celebrating the release of her new book, Open Season, at a book signing party at Oaklea Mansion Thursday, January 27, 6:30 pm.

The novel is a police procedural, the first of what hope will be a long series of books featuring the duo of detectives, Sarah Kingsly and Angel Johnson.

The book has received excellent reviews. Harriet Klausner at Genre Go Round gave the book a 5-Star rating.

Please RSVP if you plan to attend.
Call Oaklea Mansion - 903-342-6051

Oaklea Mansion
407 S. Main St.
Winnsboro, TX
903-342-6051
www.oakleamansion.com


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