WEEKEND: Vintage dolls on display at Sequim MAC
Vintage Santa Claus dolls and Christmas scenes are on display, courtesy of the Olympic Peninsula Doll Club, at Sequim's Museum & Arts Center through this Saturday.
Vintage Santa Claus dolls and Christmas scenes are on display, courtesy of the Olympic Peninsula Doll Club, at Sequim’s Museum & Arts Center through this Saturday. Photo by Renee Mizar.
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SEQUIM — For just two more days, a small herd of vintage Santa Claus dolls and other Christmasy figurines await visitors to a downtown Sequim spot.
The Museum & Arts Center, aka the MAC, at 175 W. Cedar St., is hosting the Olympic Peninsula Doll Club's display of old-fashioned dolls and holiday scenes today and Saturday.
Admission is free.
The MAC, which also has exhibits on Dungeness Valley history and culture, is open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. both days.
The MAC will then close down for its annual maintenance period. This will run from this Sunday through Feb. 4.
In February, the Peninsula Doll Club will be back to mount a Valentine's Day-inspired show.
For more on the museum and its activities, visit www.MACSequim.org or phone 360-683-8110.
Last modified: December 19. 2013 5:18PM