About Us
 
          
The first official club meeting was held on the third Sunday of June in 1989 a doll shop in Dunwoody, GA. The club was formed with the intention of hosting the Barbie Convention and sharing the love of collecting. The original name of the club was the Atlanta Barbie Collectors (ABC). After Mattel implemented restrictions on the use of the word "Barbie" in club names, the club was renamed and is now known as The Atlanta Doll Collectors. For the 1 year anniversary, the club celebrated at Collectors United sponsored by Gary Green. To celebrate our 20th anniversary and in conjunction with Barbie's 50th anniversary, the club held a birthday party at The Old Spaghetti Factory, complete with gifts for every member in attendance and a cake.


Club Purpose:
To share in the joy of collecting dolls, including Barbie and other types of dolls.

Meetings:
Meetings are held on the 3rd Saturday of each month from 2:00 PM until 4:00 PM at the Buckhead Library, unless otherwise denoted. Changes in meeting dates and locations are posted on the Club Calendar. Additional meetings may be scheduled, if needed. Meeting agendas include some of the following: Membership:
  • Annual membership is $20 for single membership and $10 for each additional family member under the age of 13 years old (up to 4 people residing in the same household).
  • Membership includes Membership Certificate, Club Notebook, access to The ADC Journal (club newsletter), admission to all club-sponsored events, and club gifts.
  • Persons interested in joining the club must attend at least one meeting prior to joining.
Accomplishments/Events:
  • Egleston Festival of the Trees Participants (December 1995-1999 and 2005-2006)
  • Toys for Tots Contributors (December 1995-1999 and 2002-2013)
  • National BarbieŽ Doll Convention Hosts (June 1998)
  • National BarbieŽ Doll Convention Steering Committee (Since 2005)
  • Club Open House (April 2000, July 2007, September 2010)
  • Sickle Cell Foundation Contributors & Volunteers (December 2000)
  • Annual Doll Show (2001-2009, 2011)
  • Atlanta Women's Shelter Contributors (December 2001)
  • Club Christmas Party (Annual)
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"Yes, I still play with dolls!"