Happiness is... the Portland Miniature Show!
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Portland (across from Lloyd Center)
1 block from the Interstate so you avoid city center traffic!
the Red, Blue & Green MAX Light Rail lines all stop at the Lloyd Center/NE 11th Ave. across the street from the DoubleTree
1000 NE Multnomah Street
Portland, Oregon 97232
Adults $7.00 -- Children under 12 Free
Mark Your Calendar
Friday, September 12, 2014 pre-registration classes begin
Saturday, September 13, 2014 • 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Sunday, September 14, 2014 • 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
SAVE A BUCK - click coupon to download, complete, print, and bring to the show!
Always Remembered - Bruce Plumb
Although Bruce Plumb, the master of woodcrafting, died this year, attendees at this year's show will be able to view a couple of his projects thanks to the generosity of his wife, Mary Helen, and the family. Come to the show, see his work, and remember Bruce.
Never been to a Miniature Show? Watch these highlights from the 2014 Seattle Miniature Show and you'll know what to expect...
Not been to a miniature show in a while, or maybe never? Dollhouses, room boxes, vignettes and their miniature contents are completely different from those in the 1950s, 60s or 70s. Today, they are works of art you shouldn't miss! Absolutely EVERYTHING that exists in full-scale, real life is now available in smaller scales such as 1" = 1 foot or ½" = 1 foot or 1/4" = 1 foot. Whether it is a hand-crafted or commercially produced accessory for a dollhouse, you’ll find it at this show. Come talk to the friendly dealers, sign up for a workshop, or attend a how-to demonstration. SEE YOU THERE!
Why Attend the Portland Miniature Show?
Thinking about retirement but don't know what will keep you interested? Don’t have a dollhouse, room box or vignette yet but are interested in the possibilities?
This is the place to be.
Don’t have a dollhouse and don’t want one?
Come and see the many, many completed exhibits.
Bring your camera. Vote for your favorites.
Do you consider yourself a patron of the arts?
You won’t want to miss THIS show.
Miniatures is an art form these days.
Are you a parent or grandparent trying to wean a young person from their videos?
Bring those children with you!
Have questions? Want to know
how something is done?
Miniaturists love to share what they know.
Are you a collector?
You’re sure to find something you can’t live without!
Meet Pat Bennett, Show Promoter
Pat's introduction to dollhouse miniatures was at a garage sale 20 years ago when she took a "free" dealer catalog from a box at the end of the driveway. The rest is history. In 2006, she purchased the Portland Miniature Show and in December 2012 she purchased the Seattle Miniature Show. Pat's motto is "Happiness is... Miniatures."
Email Pat at PatBennett@NWMiniatureShow.com or call 503-362-6012.