Detroit! What are you doing this weekend? According to Blacknews.com there will be an amazing doll show being hosted by Sandy Land LLC entertainment service on Saturday, November 9th from 11AM to 5.30AM
Read the details below:
Sandy’s Land LLC is an entertainment service where the mission is to “Party with a Purpose” to provide amusement and empowerment. Its 2019 Detroit Doll Show will include new and returning vendors and a power packed program to delight every child as well as the inner child of an adult.
Attendees will experience a variety of vendors that include children authors, the culture corner, Black memorabilia and Black dolls.
The event has moved to the Northwest Activities Center to provide free parking and other amenities such as food and comfort in the heart of the west side community on Saturday, November 9, 2019 from 11am to 5:30pm.
The Detroit Doll Show mission is to celebrate history, culture, diversity and self love with the promotion of dolls of color.
The event has been featured in the Michigan Citizen, WDIV – Live in the D, The Detroit News, BLAC Magazine, The HUB Detroit, Metro Parent, American Black Journal/PBS, Rhythm and Praise with Dr. Deborah Smith Pollard on Mix 92.3 FM WMXD, “Small Talk” with Mark Lee on WXYT 1270, Black America Web, Black Doll Collecting and Dolls Magazine. The event draws in attendees from around the globe of all ages.
Ny’Ree Hardyway stated this doll show isn’t just dolls being brought and sold. There’s a spirit of pride, love and creative genius throughout the event. And Ms. Sandy always incorporates live and exciting performances that’s unexpected.
Be prepared to shop with unique vendors before the Christmas holiday and have a Dollightful time at Sandy’s Land 8th Annual Detroit Doll Show on Saturday, November 9, 2019 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and a special schedule time for the film screening of “The Sky Princess” at the Northwest Activities Center, 18100 Meyers Rd, Detroit MI 48235. For film screening and group tickets, visit http://2019detroitdollshow.eventbrite.com. Tickets will be sold at the door for $5.
Comment below if you are from Detroit and you plan on attending.