Maude & Ezrah Say... Don't Miss This Event At The Museum!  August 25th


Retired doll artist, Michael Hatch of Norway, Maine will be displaying a few of his masterpieces at the Currier Doll Museum at 103 Lovell Road in Fryeburg on Friday, August 25 from 1:00-4:00p.m.  Fascinated with dolls, costumes and the Victorian Era, Mr. Hatch created porcelain dolls using clay and molds that were fired in a kiln. One of a handful of artists in the world dedicated to keeping alive the art of porcelain doll making, he has been nationally recognized as one of the finest of these artisans.


The public is invited to meet Mr. Hatch and museum benefactor Hazel Currier and enjoy some light refreshments. Donations of $5.00 per person are gratefully accepted. for more information please email

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