MEKA Miniature Enthusiasts of Kingston and Area

Show and Sale Information

People have been fascinated by tiny versions of things for centuries. At our Show, you will see current examples of miniature things, from dollhouses and dolls, to furniture, to animals. The displays will showcase items produced or collected by our members. We plan to have an extensive display, showing off a wide range of items, from roomboxes, to LEGO; large displays to individual items.

M.E.K.A. holds a biennial Show and Sale on the even numbered years, on the Saturday before Mother's Day

With our Scavenger Hunt, we will provide a list of items that will be shown in full size on a table, and you will be challenged to discover the miniature version somewhere in our display area.Everyone who participates will win a prize.

The dealers who attend our Show come from all over the province, and beyond. Their wares will include items from basic examples for the beginning miniaturist, to materials for the more experienced, and finely crafted artisan pieces for the discerning collector.

And for those who wish to participate, we will have a free draw for two very different items. One is a dollhouse, set up as a rooming house. Each room has been decorated by an individual in our Club. The second item is a bedroom roombox decorated by one of Club members. The only caveat is that you must be able to pick up the item on the day of the Show!

Come and join us for the day!

Time & Location:

The MEKA Show and Sale is back! We will be holding it on May 11th in 2024, at our old location of the Portsmouth Olympic Harbour here in Kingston.

Click here to access our current list of vendors.

The Show is certainly open to the public. Admission is as follows:

  • Adults $8.00
  • Seniors (60+) and children $5.00
  • Family $20.00

Vendors, if you are interested in joining us, you can download a copy of our Vendor Form and Contract here.


The City of Kingston includes a searchable map tool of the City.

To reach the Portsmouth Olympic Harbour, follow exit 615 from Hwy 401 onto Sir John A. MacDonald Blvd. - continue on Sir John A. MacDonald Blvd south to King Street. Go west on King St. to Young Street and then south to 53 Young Street.

For those of you coming from outside of Kingston, and requiring accommodation, information can be located at Visitor Information Centre.

Last Updated April 20, 2024