Beloved American Girl Doll "Felicity, 1774" - and all her accoutrements - tells the story of growing up in Colonial America.
— Beloved American Girl Doll "Felicity, 1774" - and all her accoutrements - tells the story of growing up in Colonial America.
And you have a chance to win one.
The 18-inch doll was archived in 2011, making her a rare and valuable Collectors' Item . . . but, the Fort Delaware Museum of Colonial History has one - complete with appropriate period accessories and reading materials.
The drawing will be help on Aug. 17 when the museum celebrate sAmerican Girl Doll Day at Fort Delaware Museum of Colonial History.
Girls are invited to bring their own American Girl dolls, learn how to make mob caps for themselves and their dolls, and sample some Colonial treats while hearing stories of the real life American girls who lived in the Upper Delaware River valley in Colonial Cushetunk.
There are three chances to win. Second prize is the American Girl book “Welcome to Felicity’s World,” while third prize is two American Girl Books: “Changes for Felicity” and “Felicity’s Cook Book: A Peek at Dining in the Past with Meals You Can Cook Today”
Raffle tickets are $2 each or three for $5 at the Fort Delaware Museum Gift Shop (6615 State Route 97, Narrowsburg, N.Y.). Or checks made payable to "The Delaware Company" can be mailed to: PO Box 185, Barryville, NY 12719. Include your contact info, and they will mail you back the stubs.