Nov 252016
KWPD Officers Mike Wolf (left) and Matt Johnson of the KWPD Mounted Patrol with Jane Gardner and patrol horse Scout.

KWPD Officers Mike Wolf (left) and Matt Johnson of the KWPD Mounted Patrol with Jane Gardner and patrol horse Scout.

Thursday, December 1, from 5:30-7:30 p.m., Jane Gardner of Jane Gardner Interiors at 328 Simonton Street invites the public to a Season Opening Cocktail Party to celebrate a plentitude of events: the holidays; the debut of her latest design project – a Key West inspired, whimsical new fabric called ‘Paradise’; a name change for her retail showroom from Jane Gardner Interiors to ‘jane’ and a new fundraising campaign that she has launched for the benefit of the KWPD Mounted Police unit horses.

Guests attending the December 1 event are invited to partake in complimentary festive libations while hobnobbing with KWPD Mounted Police unit horses who will be sporting brand-new saddle pads made from ‘Paradise’, which Jane designed in collaboration with Wisconsin-based illustrator Allison Beilke. 10% of all showroom purchases (through the end of December) will go into a fund to purchase and donate new equipment for the horses. Additionally, 20% of all ‘Paradise’ purchases, by the yard or in the form of ready-made decorative pillows, fleece blankets and gift wrapping paper will also benefit the mounted unit fund.

“While the City budget provides for the stable at the Truman Waterfront, feed, hay, and basic equipment, it is public fundraising that provides for emergency veterinarian expenses, certain specialty tack and equipment, the possibility of new horses, and out of budget items – so I decided to start a fundraising effort on their behalf, ”said Gardner.

For more information about Jane Gardner Interiors, Jane’s KWPD Mounted Police unit fundraising campaign, or the December 1 Showroom Season Opening Cocktail Party, contact Jane Gardener at 305-780-7959, visit or email


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