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Going to the Show Dance!
SEPTEMBER 2020
Happy to report, there were 2 physical events held this weekend, the first that I know of since March and both did really well. It seems we may be coming to the end of the nightmare of this situation. (yeah!)
  SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS
During the current condition affecting live events nationwide, many have continued to cancel or postpone until later in the year. Please check the Event Calendar before heading out to attend any event as there can be a change at the last minute.
 CANCELLATIONS/POSTPONEMENTS
If any one knows of a cancellation or postponement, please do NOT call, text or message me rather EMAIL the Name, Date, AND City AND State AND new date,  if applicable, to Karen@dollshowusa.com  This is the only way I can stay organized.
 ONLINE/VIRTUAL EVENTS
We still have a few Online Events listed on the site but you may find some additional ones out there that I am unaware of as not everyone is letting me know with enough time to post.
EVENT SCHEDULE
Please check the site www.DollShowUSA.com to be sure your favorite event is listed. If not, let me know and I will look into it. It's never too early to post your events. People do plan vacations and other trips surrounding our events so the sooner the better.
  Sep 5 (Sat) ~ Westampton NJ  
 
 
Sep 6 (Sun) ~ Fullerton CA PLEASE CALL - Probably Cancelled
  Sep 11-12 (Fri-Sat) ~ Seattle WA CANCELLED
  Sep 12 (Sat) ~ 
Burbank CA  CANCELLED
  Sep 12 (Sat) ~ 
Alexander NY  CANCELLED Until Next Year
  Sep 12 (Sat) ~ 
Lynnwood WA CANCELLED Next Show Apr 3 2021
  Sep 13 (Sun) ~ Maquoketa IA
 
Sep 19 (Sat) ~ Billings MT  CANCELLED
 Sep 19 (Sat) ~ 
Fayetteville NC CANCELLED Until Next Year
  Sep 19 (Sat) ~ 
Mt. Juliet (Nashville)TN CANCELLED Next Show Apr 10 2021
  Sep 18-20 (Fri-Sun) ~ St. Charles IL  ONLINE
  Sep 26 (Sat) Wichita KS
 
Sep 26 (Sat) ~ Fletcher NC  CANCELLED Until Next Year
  Sep 26 (Sat) ~ 
Portland OR CANCELLED
  Sep 26 (Sat) ~ 
Cordova (Memphis) TN CANCELLED Until Next Year
 Sep 27 (Sun) ~ 
Flint MI  CANCELLED
 Oct 1-31 (Thu-Sat) ~ Virtual Doll Showcase ONLINE
  Oct 3 (Sat) ~ Melbourne FL CANCELLED Until Next Year
  Oct 3-4 (Sat-Sun) ~ 
Wilmington OH CANCELLED
  Oct 4 (Sun) ~ 
Sturbridge MA  CANCELLED Until Next Year
  Oct 4 (Sun) ~ 
Plymouth MN  CANCELLED Until Next Year
  Oct  10 (Sat) ~ 
Phoenix AZ  CANCELLED Until Next Year

 Oct 10 (Sat) ~ Bennett CO
 Oct 10 (Sat) ~ Fredericksburg VA  CANCELLED
  Oct 11 (Sun) DeWitt (Lansing) MI
 Oct 11 (Sun) ~ Lebanon PA  CANCELLED
  Oct 17 (Sat) Marietta GA
  Oct 18 (Sun) ~ Amherst NY
  Oct 18 (Sun) ~ Maumee (Toledo) OH
 Oct 24 (Sat) Jonesborough TN
  Oct 24 (Sat) Grapevine TX NEW DATE
  Oct 24-25 (Sat-Sun) ~ Puyallup WA CANCELLED Until Next Year
  Oct 25 (Sun) ~ St. Charles IL
 Oct 31 (Sat) Memphis TN
  Oct 31 (Sat) ~ Richmond VA  CANCELLED Until Next Year
Click <HERE> to Continue...
Doll Castle News:
September/October 2020 Issue

ON THE COVER OF THE SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER 2020 ISSUE Characters from the Peter Pan Series by R. John Wright. Read the personal article from Susan and R. John Wright as well as What's New in this issue. Photo courtesy of R. John Wright. INSIDE THIS ISSUE, Dolls From the World of Advertising; Still More About the Elite World of Dolls - Part 27; Three Cheers for Us! (Terri Lee Cheerleaders); Beginnings of Our Peter Pan Series; Celebrating 15 Years of Leeann; Sew a Nurse Dress to fit Nancy Ann Storybook Dolls; Miniature Corner Craft; Crochet a Tricky Treat Bag and Hat for Leeann; Happy Doll-O-Ween Original Paper Doll. If you are a Doll Collector, THIS issue is a must in your library. Order Your Copy Today! Click <HERE>
The Dolls of Nippon 
August 20, 2020 by Ruby Lane-Dolls
In 1853 Commodore Mathew Perry led a US Naval expedition to Japan. The goal of the expedition was to establish a trade agreement with Japan. For over 200 years Japan had maintained a policy of isolating itself from world-wide trade, to avoid the colonial and religious influences of European (and eventually American) powers. The US and the countries that followed this move to establish trade with Japan were looking for foreign markets for their own goods, but the unanticipated result was a stream of products coming from Japan into the world market. Continue reading <HERE>
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Until next time, see you at the doll show!  ~Karen

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