From Staff Reports

With the spotlight on local retailers and vendors this year, the popular Kinsloe House Style Show has expanded. The show takes place at 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday, March 22 at the Cook Center on the Navarro College Corsicana campus. Doors open at 5:30.

Models and trending styles will represent Merle Norman, Liv Chic, Feed Shack, The Children’s Shop, Turquoise Armadillo, Pink Peony, The Grapevine, Peace Love Retro, Uniquely Yours, Red Brumby, and more are being added.

Other stores participating with booths are Victorian Sample, Twyst, Purposely Planted, and Pampered Chef, just to name a few. Tickets are $35 per person, which includes a sit-down dinner and two glasses of award-winning Cassaro Wines from the Downtown Tasting Room.

Tammy Carter and Claire Irvin are Co-Chairs of the Style Show, and made the decision to move to The Cook Center when they saw great interest in purchasing the clothes and accessories the models were wearing last fall.

Tammy Carter and Claire Irvin, co-chairs of the Style Show. – Courtesy photo

“Giving people an opportunity to shop, and showcasing our unique stores is a new element to the show, now that we have ample room at The Cook Center,” said Tammy Carter, “and, this event is open to the public.”

To purchase tickets, contact Kinsloe House at 903-874-5791, or Tammy directly at 903-641-5243 by Monday, March 20. Additional booth space is available for $100, and reserved tables of eight around the stage are available for $500.

Sponsorships are also available. The categories are Daisy, $50; Tulip, $100; Orchid, $500, and Rose, $1,000. All sponsors, including table sponsors, will have advertising throughout the event. The Cook Center is located on the campus of Navarro College at 3100 W. Collin Street. Kinsloe House Women’s Association of Navarro County is celebrating its 85th year.

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