Visit Miss Kathy and Pageant Wagon Publishing at the following events:
GUEST SPEAKER: Child Evangelism Fellowship Tea Hats Off to the Ladies with Kathryn Ross at Faith Orthodox Church, 545 Daretown Road, Elmer, NJ, 08318 Saturday, February 22, 2020 @ 2:00 pm
Inspired by teatime, birdsong, and silent reflection, author, speaker, and dramatist Kathryn “Miss Kathy” Ross allows God’s Word, classic literature, history, and the arts to inform her words with a splash of old-world elegance. In Hats Off to the Ladies, Miss Kathy’s display of vintage hats and accessories from the past help her to share a timely message for mothers, daughters, and grandmothers seeking to serve the Lord in confidence and beauty. Young and old are encouraged to boldly wear the “hats” God has crowned them with and live out His purposes in all things.
Maurice River Township Heritage Society Craft Show Leechester Hall, 548 Main Street, Leesburg, NJ 08327 Saturday, March 14, 2020 from 9:00am to 3:00pm
Miss Kathy brings the bookshop from Pageant Wagon Publishing PLUS her original, handcrafted Cameo Impressions accessories ~ fingerless gloves, floral frill clips, wool/cashmere neck warmers, and the Bliss-n-Blessing Angels ~ to this annual event.
$2.00 Admission Fee.
Sub Sale sponsored by the Leesburg Fire Department. Advance orders only--call Bud Hughes 498-9178.
Dolly & Me Tea Saturday, May 2, 2020 1:00pm Hosts: Woman's Club of Vineland S Main Rd & Washington Rd, Vineland, NJ 08360 Tea Mistress: Miss Kathy Theme: Teatime Hats! REQUIRED RSVP by April 29 to June at 856 696-5485 ~ NO WALK-INS $35 for 1 adult and 1 child (includes afternoon tea for both) $10 each additional child
Miss Kathy coordinates Founder's Day again, sponsored by The Friends of Historic Vineland!
We're celebrating 159 years of Vineland history in the city founded by visionary Charles K. Landis in the middle of wilderness wasteland in South Jerey in 1861.
Seventy-five years later, George Daynor bought a wasteland junkyard in the middle of Vineland sight unseen during the early years of the Great Depression of the 1930s. He and his wife Florence chose to make something from nothing out of the junk cement and car parts he found, creating the Palace of Depression, a tourist attraction curiosity for over 30 years.
Now, newly restored with an adjecent museum, The Friends of Historic Vineland have a new home for the annual Vineland Founder's Day on Saturday, May 16 from 10:00am til 3:30pm. Palace tours all day and a host of history exhibits and Civil War reenactors plus strolling entertainer Bill Kerwood will delight family audiences all day. Food vendors and shuttle bus for extra parking is available at this FREE EVENT at 265 S. Mill Road in Vineland. More details to follow!