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Collectors dream as Barbie & Bricks are on sale @ Kew
Melbourne's inner suburb of Kew was proclaimed a town on 8th December 1910, although earlier occupancies of land areas are noted as early as the 1850s when the commercial precinct known as Kew Junction began. The first store opened in 1853 with a post office following in 1856. Since the Bridge Road crossing, the city has steadily grown to be cited as one of Melbourne's most prestigious suburbs.
The Kew Library is situated on the corner of Cotham Road and Civic Drive, Kew and opens seven days a week. The Phyllis Hore Room, at the rear of the library, was named so in recognition of Phyllis' services to the City of Kew as a councillor and former Mayor. She served for 23 years until her death in April 1995. The room is for hire at $25.00 per hour and can hold up to 70 people, seated.
Photo courtesy of Barbie, Bricks and Beyond Toy Sale
Everything B Collector Club is hosting another Barbie, Bricks and Beyond Show in the Phyllis Hore Room on Sunday 21st October 2018. Entry is free although sales are at individual prices in cash only, on the day. Paypal can be used if prior negotiation with the individual sellers has been arranged.
This event opens at 12 Noon and concludes 2.30pm. There will be heaps of Dolls, LEGO, Vintage Toys and other unique treasures for the collector and visitor to enjoy and purchase. You never know what you may find at this type of event, however, you are sure to have fun while there. For more information, please go to the wvent website.