MEETINGS

Club meetings will resume at Granville Town Hall on February 5th, 2022 with a doll and bear auction, competition and prize ceremony.

Doors open at noon, followed by the Doll and Bear Auction at 12:30pm
There will also be personal traders and our Charity table which has some beautiful dolls donated for sale to raise money for our 2021-2022 charity Assistance Dogs Australia.

Our Guest Speaker Barbara Stewart will speak on samplers – members may bring their own samplers to add to the display.

Members are invited to enter our first competition for the year –
“Bringing Back the Sunshine!”

Section 1:  Doll dressed in yellow

Section 2: A dressed bear

Section 3: A miniature doll under 6 inches high

Meetings take place on the first Saturday of the month, at the Granville Town Hall, 10 Carlton St, Granville NSW 2142. 

$5 entry includes afternoon tea

All meetings are conducted following guidelines for social distancing and hygiene protocols, and we ask that you do not attend if you are unwell.

The COVID-19 pandemic is an emerging and rapidly changing situation, and we encourage all members to keep aware of current advice from official sources and health professionals.

We are following official advice from the Australian Government and the NSW Department of Health. Keep an eye out for any updates on our Facebook Group or on this website.

 

Welcome to the world of doll collecting

The Doll Collectors Club of NSW is for anyone who makes, restores, dresses, or collects dolls and doll-related items of all types and eras – from antique, or vintage to modern. Whether your collection is porcelain or plastic, ragdolls or high fashion models, childhood dolls or a lifetime hobby, the Club is a place to meet like-minded collectors and share a mutual interest in doll collecting.

Visitors are welcome to our meetings, or when you are ready for more, membership includes the quarterly Club magazine and allows entry into Club competitions and special events throughout the year.

All are welcome to our annual Doll Fair as well as regular displays, workshops, and talks we present to further educate members, visitors and our local community in the history and art of doll making and associated creative activities.