Date: Tuesday, April 9, 2024

Time: 7:00 pm CT, 8:00 pm ET, 6:00 pm MT, 5:00 pm PT
Description: These delightful little figures, no bigger than 6” are made of felt. In the 1940s in Germany, two ladies combined their talents to create the BAPS characters in order to survive after WWII. They started by selling them door to door on the English and U.S. military bases as those were the only ones who had any disposable money at that time. What does “BAPS” stand for? Maybe we will find out in this delightful program by Nancy Moore.

Invitation: This program is open to all; members and non-members so be sure to share with your friends!

Contact Information: Karen Allen at

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Meeting ID: 865 8586 2237   Passcode: 652981

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