Calling all American Girl fans: come have tea with your favorite American Girl!
The Cherokee County Historical Society is hosting an American Girl Tea Party at the Rock Barn (658 Marietta Highway, Canton 30114) in Canton on Saturday, June 14th at 2:00pm.
The event will have raffle tickets for Kaya, one of the historical dolls from 1764. There will also be opportunities to win door prizes and play doll history trivia. The tea party will be complete with pink linen and real china, making it every little girl’s dream.
Seating for this event is limited, so purchase your tickets early. Parents and grandparents are welcome to attend as well. For more information on the event, or to purchase your tickets, please visit the Cherokee County Historical Society’s page here.
More About American Girl
Since the debut of their first catalog in 1986, American Girl has provided inspiring products for young girls through an array of high-quality books, dolls, clothes, toys and accessories. The nine-year-old fictional heroines of the historical American Girl dolls live during important times in America’s past, providing a “girl’s-eye-view” of significant events that helped shape our country. In 1992, the company launched American Girl magazine, a publication dedicated to shaping young girls’ views on self-esteem and both celebrating accomplishments and encouraging creativity. In 1995, they launched a line of contemporary dolls that allowed girls to create a doll that’s just like her.
Atlanta is one of the handful of cities in the country with an American Girl store, located over at Northpoint Mall in Apharetta. To learn more about the American Girl franchise, you can visit their website.