Sandy’s Land hosted the 2nd Annual Detroit Doll Show on Saturday, December 14, 2013 from 2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. at the Dr. Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History. This was the first snow storm where there was 3 to 6 inches of snow, however. There were over 180 people who attended the Detroit Doll Show. There were vendors from Chicago, IL; Brooklyn, New York; Canada, Ontario; Grand Rapids, MI and Metro Detroit, MI. Debbie Garrett, Author and Black Doll Enthusiast participated in a phone interview from Dallas, Texas. Sandra Epps the host was featured in the Detroit News, B.L.A.C. Magazine and on the Brenda Perryman Show in regards to the Detroit Doll Show. All media outlets contacted Ms. Epps personally without them ever receiving a Press Release. GoOD News Travel’s. Thank you to Whitney Wade, Debbie Garrett, LaJeana Kennedy, Erica Millbrooks, Frantz Harris, Michele Sapp, Zawadi, Sumarah Yaa, Natalie Durham, Yolanda Wilson, Delanda Lewis, Earnestine Epps, Jerry Love, Andrea House, Terry Crawford, Jamie Kelly, Dr. Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History Staff Cedric and Drake and all the attendees who supported the event.
Doll Die Cast Arts & Craft Project sponsored by Natalie Creative Mom Durham
Arts & Craft project facilitated by Shades So Sweet
“…You really did a terrific job and I was honored to be a part of such a wonderful event. It did my heart good to see so many people who appreciated black dolls of all types. The fact that so many came out in that terrible weather really says something special about you! Thank you again!” Michele Sapp, Doll Artist.
Doll Prize Winners: Girl Power book & tee shirt sponsored by Cheryl Pope and Goddess Doll provided by
How Does Your Goddess Grow?
Hand Made Doll featured in Tanya Montegut Presentation