Friday, April 20, 2018 from 6-9 pm. This is a very fun fundraiser for the Magnolia Chamber of Commerce. We will have 11 venues in the Village with wines tasting (and French Cider also!). The Chamber will receive a portion of the sale proceeds and wine/cider purchases you make during the event are TAX FREE.
Everyone is welcome to join and support the Chamber. Families or individuals pay only $60. per year to be a member and support our community events such as Summerfest, Winterfest, Trick-or-Treat in the Village, Art Walk and more.
GREAT DEAL: If you purchase a Chamber membership before registering for Vino in the Village, you will receive one free ticket to the Vino event!
Go to www.discovermagnolia.org to purchase tickets and/or Chamber membership. Purchase a membership and receive a promo code for the free Vino ticket. Save money by purchasing tickets before the day of the event. You may also purchase tickets the evening of the event at Modele’s.
We look forward to seeing you. Modele’s will also have live music!
Please mark your calendar to join us for our 2nd Annual Jewelry Trunk Show with Sandrajean Wainwright on Thursday, December 7, 2017 from 5:30 to 7:30. Watch this space for teaser photos to follow soon.
Joan Harkins from French Cider Inc. will also be here to offer tastings of her fabulous French Cider. Click the link below to learn more about her delicious offerings.
Timeless, classic Californian fine furniture defined as ‘casual luxury’. Come visit us in the heart of Magnolia village to view our current collection!
Beginning in 1948, the McGuires had a dream of great design, coupled with the finest natural materials and expert craftsmanship. They bent, wove, and formed rattan poles into new forms; they invented the patented process of using rawhide to bind rattan; they brought new life to rattan through color.
McGuire design has found its way into many of the world’s finest residences, including the White House. It has added grace, elegance and comfort to resorts, hotels and clubs. It has been included in the Smithsonian Collection at the Cooper-Hewitt Museum.
Each and every piece of furniture is crafted by trained artisans
who bend, weave and form every table, chair and accessory by
hand. Whether tying 3,500 pieces of leather, using tension to
weave Danish cord or casting leaves in concrete, the processes
cannot be rushed.