"Alice in Wonderland" Theme of Miniaturia Society's Show
"Alice in Wonderland" celebrates its 150th birthday this year and we are still enthralled by the spell cast by Lewis Carroll when he wrote the much-loved children's book in 1865.
The fantasy world of rabbit holes and mad hatters, magic cakes, and secret doors will be on exhibit at Cleveland Miniaturia Society's 44th annual show. Please join us 'down the rabbit hole' on Saturday, October 10, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Don Umerley Civic Center, 21016 Hilliard Blvd., Rocky River.
Come dressed as your favorite Wonderland character for the occasion. CMS member, Dr. Marie Albano, dressed as Alice, will welcome visitors to the show. There will be door prize drawings, a raffle for miniature Artisan items, food, and 30 vendors from several states selling miniatures for dollhouses and room-boxes. "Don't be late for this very important date!"
Admission is adults, $5; children, $2; age 5 and under, free. Proceeds will benefit WAGS 4 WARRIORS (This non-profit provides war veterans with PTSD or TBI with trained service dogs.)
Joyce Waltz-Umerley is the Founding Director of the Rocky River Senior Center. She retired in 2004. In 2002, she was chosen Rocky River Woman by the Rocky River League of Women Voters.