Dollhouse to be Raffled at the CMS Show on Oct. 13, 2018

Front of Dollhouse

Dollhouse, rotating base and contents have been donated by Ray and Kathy Turk  and  the Ney Family. House was made by the late Bonny Ney.


View from Back

Dollhouse was created by the late Bunny Ney. She was born in Jackson, Miss.

Bunny Ney was born in Jackson , Miss. and moved to Ohio to marry the love of her life, Dick. Baking and crafts were a big part of her life as well as raising her family.

Master Bedroom

Later in life, while watching her grandchildren, she created this miniature home . Her grandchildren were very much part of putting this dollhouse together. 

Kitchen

Contents also include Halloween and Christmas decorations for inside and outside.

Contents also include outdoor and indoor Christmas and Halloween decorations. In addition 4 sets of family dolls.

Dining Room

Contents also include Living Room, Nursery and Bathroom.

Welcome to Cleveland Miniaturia Society, Inc.

Made by Gloria Ebratt

IGMA School 2017

Taught by Deb Mackie

NAME C-066

Charter Club of the 

National Association of Miniature Enthusiasts 

Chili Made by Gloria Ebratt Taught by Sue Eaton March , 2018

Pots of Chili & Cans of Chili

Made by Gloria Ebratt

Taught by Sue Eaton,  March 2018

About Us

    

  •  Cleveland Miniaturia Society, Inc. (CMS) was founded in Cleveland, Ohio on April 18, 1971 as a non-profit organization.
  •  It is the second oldest scale miniature club in the world.
  •  We are a Charter Club of the National Association of Miniature Enthusiasts (NAME C-066).  
  •  We provide a supportive and social atmosphere to promote interest in scaled miniature dollhouses, furnishings and accessories.
  • Our members represent all skill levels, from collector to beginner to advanced artisan.
  • Membership is opened to adults age 18 and older,  although consideration is given to younger persons when accompanied by an adult.
  • We offer opportunities for participation in activities and classes to learn and to share individual talents and knowledge in 1", 1/2" & 1/4" scale miniatures. Monthly meetings feature a project taught by an experienced member to highlight a skill or technique.
  • Activities include picnics, holiday parties, visits to view members' collections, trips to museums, specialty shops, miniature shows.
  • Members have also restored dollhouses for the Western Reserve Historical Society and Clague Museum.
  • Members have constructed a scaled miniature operating suite to help hospitalized children understand and become more comfortable with their hospital stay.
  • Members have exhibited at the Cleveland Home & Flower show, the Cleveland Garden Center, Festival of Trees, the Cuyahoga County Fair and the Shaker Historical Society Museum.


Annual Dollhouse and Miniature Show and Sale

  • Cleveland Miniaturia Society, Inc.  (CMS) sponsors an annual dollhouse show and sale in mid October.
  •  Begun in Cleveland, Ohio in 1971, it is the longest continuous scale miniature show in the United States.
  •  Scale miniature artisans, manufacturers and dealers from around the country present their products for purchase and enjoyment.
  • Each year, a raffle at the annual Dollhouse and Miniature Show and Sale benefits a local charitable organization.
  • Organizations benefiting from this raffle in the past have included: Ronald Mcdonald House, Make-a-Wish Foundation, Providence House, Aluminum Cans for Burned Children's Camp, Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital, Achievement Center for Children Camp Cheerful, Cleveland Foodbank, Cleveland Animal Protective League, WAGS 4 WARRIORS, and services for Domestic Violence victims in Cleveland in 2017.