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The Friends of Gwinnett County Public Library host an American Girl Doll Tea Party
American Girl Tea Party featuring American Girl author of the Addy series, Evelyn Coleman. Coleman will join guests and their dolls at the Historic Strickland House.
Tickets for this fundraiser event are $15.00, which includes admission for one adult with one child. Ticket price includes: book discussion with American Girl author, autographed copy of Shadows on Society Hill, free tour of the Duluth Historical Society Museum, tea and pastries. Additional guests are $10.00/ea. Seating is limited.
This fundraiser benefits the Gwinnett County Public Library.
|Where||Duluth History Museum at The Strickland House 2956 Buford Hwy, Duluth, GA 30096|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||2:00 pm–4:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Moms, Kids|
More About Duluth History Museum at The Strickland House
The Strickland House now houses the Duluth History Museum. The Duluth Historical Society, which incorporated in 1999, moved the museum into the historic home in March 2009. Completed in 1898, the house was the home of Henry and Alice Strickland, who as Duluth's mayor in the early 1920s was the first female mayor in Georgia. Special tours are available by request. The house and grounds can be rented for special events. A DHS membership application form is available online.