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The Junior League of Fort Worth will celebrate the spirit of the upcoming holiday season at the Christmas in Cowtown Holiday Gift Market.

This year’s event, chaired by JLFW members Elyse Robinson and Julie Wilkinson, will bring a classic holiday experience to life using traditional Victorian elements to mimic a time period written about by famous Christmas authors. The League has chosen Olivia Kearney, a long-time League member, philanthropic leader and community organizer, as its Honorary Chair for the Market and will celebrate her leadership and impact in Fort Worth.

Founded in 2007, Christmas in Cowtown is an annual juried show of more than 250 carefully selected exhibitors in a beautiful, holiday-themed setting. Merchants from across the country represent a wide range of shopping categories such as home décor, jewelry, clothing, children’s products, gourmet food and more. Christmas in Cowtown is currently the largest fundraiser for the JLFW, having raised more than $4 million dollars to be invested in Fort Worth projects initiated by the League. The JLFW is a charitable nonprofit whose mission is to promote voluntarism, develop the potential of women and impact the community through trained volunteers.

The Junior League of Fort Worth will celebrate the spirit of the upcoming holiday season at the Christmas in Cowtown Holiday Gift Market.

This year’s event, chaired by JLFW members Elyse Robinson and Julie Wilkinson, will bring a classic holiday experience to life using traditional Victorian elements to mimic a time period written about by famous Christmas authors. The League has chosen Olivia Kearney, a long-time League member, philanthropic leader and community organizer, as its Honorary Chair for the Market and will celebrate her leadership and impact in Fort Worth.

Founded in 2007, Christmas in Cowtown is an annual juried show of more than 250 carefully selected exhibitors in a beautiful, holiday-themed setting. Merchants from across the country represent a wide range of shopping categories such as home décor, jewelry, clothing, children’s products, gourmet food and more. Christmas in Cowtown is currently the largest fundraiser for the JLFW, having raised more than $4 million dollars to be invested in Fort Worth projects initiated by the League. The JLFW is a charitable nonprofit whose mission is to promote voluntarism, develop the potential of women and impact the community through trained volunteers.

The Junior League of Fort Worth will celebrate the spirit of the upcoming holiday season at the Christmas in Cowtown Holiday Gift Market.

This year’s event, chaired by JLFW members Elyse Robinson and Julie Wilkinson, will bring a classic holiday experience to life using traditional Victorian elements to mimic a time period written about by famous Christmas authors. The League has chosen Olivia Kearney, a long-time League member, philanthropic leader and community organizer, as its Honorary Chair for the Market and will celebrate her leadership and impact in Fort Worth.

Founded in 2007, Christmas in Cowtown is an annual juried show of more than 250 carefully selected exhibitors in a beautiful, holiday-themed setting. Merchants from across the country represent a wide range of shopping categories such as home décor, jewelry, clothing, children’s products, gourmet food and more. Christmas in Cowtown is currently the largest fundraiser for the JLFW, having raised more than $4 million dollars to be invested in Fort Worth projects initiated by the League. The JLFW is a charitable nonprofit whose mission is to promote voluntarism, develop the potential of women and impact the community through trained volunteers.

WHEN

WHERE

Will Rogers Memorial Center
3401 W. Lancaster Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
https://www.juniorleaguefw.org/ndcowtownund596/

TICKET INFO

$12; Free for children 8 and under.
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