Tat­ton Baird Hat­ters, art stu­dio plan mag­a­zine re­lease party

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If you haven’t had a chance to meet Chan­dler Scott or Jeff Decker, mark your cal­en­dar for the Men’s File Mag­a­zine re­lease party on July 16. Fea­tured in the June 24 is­sue of the in­ter­na­tional go-to pub­li­ca­tion for art, style, fast cars and ev­ery­thing in-be­tween, the pair have gar­nered at­ten­tion and ac­co­lades across con­ti­nents for their work — and put Springville on the map.

Scott’s ar­ti­san hat shop, Tat­ton Baird Hat­ters, has been op­er­at­ing in full swing for months with Scott craft­ing qual­ity hand­made hats for lo­cals and clients around the globe. The re­lease party marks the shop’s of­fi­cial grand open­ing. Decker, a long-time Springville res­i­dent, busi­ness­man and artist, is open­ing his stu­dio to the pub­lic for the first time as part of the launch.

The night be­gins at Decker’s stu­dio, lo­cated at 145 N. Main, Springville, with tours from 5 to 6:30 p.m., where you’ll get a first-hand look at his works in progress. Head over to the shop at 52 W. 200 South, Springville, at 7 p.m. to meet Scott and en­joy live mu­sic from band Other Desert Cities, tasty eats and plenty of free give­aways. It prom­ises to be a sin­gu­lar Springville event you won’t want to miss.

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