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Chip and Joanna Gaines Honor Local Artisans Despite Major Magnolia Event Cancellation

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Chip and Joanna Gaines Honor Local Artisans Despite Major Magnolia Event Cancellation

By Tess Farrand, Associate Content Editor

Christian couple Chip and Joanna Gaines chose to honor local artisans despite announcing the cancellation of their “Spring at The Silos” event.

Joanna said on Instagram, “Chip and I are deeply saddened that this year’s event won’t go on as we’d hoped and are just so sorry that the decision to cancel had to be made. For the next three days we’re going to be highlighting each of the amazing artisans and shop owners who make this event so special on our blog and stories”

 

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Spring at the Silos is one of our favorite events of the year – and it’s made special by all of the vendors, small businesses, and musicians who come out every year and pour so much thought, time, and energy into making it such a unique experience for our guests. Chip and I are deeply saddened that this year’s event won’t go on as we’d hoped and are just so sorry that the decision to cancel had to be made. For the next three days we’re going to be highlighting each of the amazing artisans and shop owners who make this event so special on our blog and stories – with the hope of making it easy for you to see their product and shop their websites directly. Link to the full vendor list at the link in profile. #SpringattheSilos

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“Spring at The Silos” is an annual event at the Gaines’ Magnolia property in Waco, Texas. The home improvement duo’s decision comes from the preventative measures concerning the spread of the coronavirus.

In addition to local vendors, the events hosts performers, like the popular Christian singer Ben Rector, among others.

Still, the Gaines’s are doing all they can to honor their ticket-buyers and reimbursing them.

 

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Joanna took to her Instagram to share how kindness in the midst of chaotic waters can usher in beauty.

Joanna said, “When we lift our heads, quiet the chaos, and look around us, we can see the good, feel the good, and then be the good for someone else. Thank you to everyone who has shown us grace this week and supported our amazing vendors. Kindness is the simplest yet most extravagant gift, and it has the power to turn a difficult circumstance into a beautiful opportunity.”

 

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The stories we’ve heard this week from all of you and our #SpringattheSilos vendors have left us in awe of the kindness that’s been shared. ⠀ ⠀ So many beautiful reminders that when hard things happen and we choose to look up, it helps us see the opportunities we may not have before — to give or receive a helping hand, an encouraging message, or a simple smile. When we lift our heads, quiet the chaos, and look around us, we can see the good, feel the good, and then be the good for someone else. ⠀ Thank you to everyone who has shown us grace this week and supported our amazing vendors. Kindness is the simplest yet most extravagant gift, and it has the power to turn a difficult circumstance into a beautiful opportunity.⠀ ⠀ As things feel unsettled and unsure in our world today, we want to lean into what we know to be true: We believe in human kindness, knowing we are made better when we work together. #makekindnessloud (For our full vendor list click the link in profile or my vendor fair highlight)

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Joanna and Chip are also gearing up for the launch of their family-friendly network, also titled Magnolia.

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