Carson City Historical Society hosting bear and doll show Saturday

DD Spencer, left, and Paula Cannon with only a few of the bears to be shown and offered for sale. They are standing in front of the entrance to the historic Foreman-Roberts House that was damaged the most by fire last year. The Historical Society is pleased to show the damage has been repaired.

DD Spencer, left, and Paula Cannon with only a few of the bears to be shown and offered for sale. They are standing in front of the entrance to the historic Foreman-Roberts House that was damaged the most by fire last year. The Historical Society is pleased to show the damage has been repaired.

Vendors and collectors will showcase a range of vintage and contemporary bears, dolls and accessories from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.

The free bear and doll show, sponsored by the Carson City Historical Society, will be inside the Foreman-Roberts Carriage House, 1207 N. Carson St.

Proceeds from sales will help support the society, which recently restored the Foreman-Roberts site after it was damaged from fire last year.

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