Main Stylin' Nook's seventh annual Locks of Love Benefit and Cut-a-Thon will return from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 13 at the Stanfield salon.

Hair cut and styling appointments are available for anyone donating at least 10 inches of hair.

All hair will be donated to Locks of Love, a nonprofit organization that creates wigs for children with long-term medical hair loss. Each hair piece requires at least six hair donations to complete and takes between four and six months to make. Each prosthetic is molded for a specific child.

Last year, more than 425 inches of hair was donated from 38 donors during the Locks of Love benefit, giving Main Stylin' Nook a total of 1,271 inches for the year. All proceeds from the event will also be donated to the organization, and monetary donations to Locks of Love are tax deductible.

In addition to the cut-a-thon, the event will include food, live music and a number of vendors at the business, 540 S. Main St., Stanfield and surrounding streets.

This year, entertainment includes Hermiston band "The Evers" and the Round-Up City Cloggers.

A bounce house will also be on-site, as well as numerous vendors, including: Advocare by Jason and Nellie Henshaw, Sno Cones by Julie Zumwalt, Harding Antiques by Betty Walker, Hog Wild Smoke-N-BBQ by Mike Ramey, "31 Gifts" by Jessica Taylor, "It's Works" Global by Janelle Tefft, Polynesian Chicken Kabobs by Eti Ena Family, Boy Scouts with Annette Kirkpatrick, Scentsy by Brandy Sanders, Jewelry by Teresa Hunter, Divine Denim by LaDonna, Alive & Well by Karen Cross, Stanfield Library Book Sale and Wheel of Fortune with Librarian Cecili Longhorn, Photo Booth with Jennifer Brown Photography, and Stanfield Senior Class 2013 Bake Sale.

For more information, email, visit or call 541-449-3715.

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