The Museum of Fire will play host to the 31st Annual Doll, Bear and Craft Fair later this month.
Running for the past three decades, it has become one of the premier fairs in New South Wales.
With over 110 stalls undercover, all on one level with wheelchair access and plenty of bus and coach parking, it makes for a fun day out for all ages.
Stalls this year include an assortment of dolls, including re-born, porcelain, vintage and pixie dolls, plus many hand-made and hand-dressed teddies.
There will also be home-made children’s clothes, Christmas decorations, quilts, soaps and candles.
You can also purchase doll cradles, prams, dream catchers, jewellery, doll clothes, as well as fully restored prams with many more craft stalls.
Many stallholders travel a long distance to be at the event as it is one of the few two-day indoor fairs still left in Sydney, so make sure to come down and support one of the Museum’s main fundraising events for the year.
The Doll, Bear and Craft Fair will be on at the Museum of Fire in Penrith on Saturday, October 26 and Sunday, October 27 from 9am. Tickets are from $2. Tickets are available at the door. For more information call 4731 3000.
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