June 12, 2021 – The 35th Anniversary of World Doll Day

World Doll Day - June 9, 2018


World Doll Day was established by Mildred Seeley on June 14, 1986, to celebrate dolls.   In a letter to friends Mildred announced her idea of starting a tradition of giving someone a doll annually on the second Saturday in June.  Mildred established the day to mark a special day devoted to dolls with a mission to spread the love and happiness to others.  In her letter she asks everyone to appoint themselves as a spokesperson to “tell five people, and each of them tell five people and so on.”

UFDC World Doll Day History




Central Penn Doll Collectors Club meets in Hershey, PA at the Mohler senior center

PLEASE NOTE – Due to COVID-19 we are not meeting in person at this time.   We are meeting via Zoom by invitation only.  We hope to resume in person meetings in August.

Meetings are generally held on the second Sunday of each month, exceptions are noted on the calendar.

Meetings begin at 2:00 with a business meeting followed by light refreshments and an educational program. Show and tell is our last activity of the day.

It is a good idea to arrive early to have time to sign in and say hello.

If you are from this area, or even just passing through,  please join us for a meeting.  The programs are always interesting and educational.  We are a very friendly group.  We hope to see you there.

If you are not a member please let us know if you plan to attend a meeting so we will be able to contact you if the meeting is changed or cancelled for any reason.