“Our Alexandria” Dollhouse Exhibit Extended Through December

Learning of this exhibit through school, Kelly Henson Vontz’s daughter clutching her doll, looks at the miniature that represents the Alexandria Health Department. Photo by Lucelle O’Flaherty

The Exhibit “Our Alexandria” Dollhouse Collection is the creation of native Alexandrians Sharon Jones Frazier and Linwood Smith. This exhibit captures some of the forgotten businesses, people, and institutions that made African American families strong – church, school, family. Permanent exhibit also on site- “Before the Spirits Are Swept Away “by Sherry Z. Sanabria. Suggested admission $3 per person. Visit www.alexandriava.gov/museums or call 703-476-4356. Alexandria Black History Museum, 902 Wythe Street. Extended through December 2018. Tuesdays – Saturdays, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.