This vignette, created by Kim Wood and  based on  the book "Where The Wild Things Are" by Maurice Sendak, was one of 32 vignettes that will be used as centerpieces and given away at a dinner at the convention for  the National Association of Miniature Enthusiasts being held this weekend at the Clarion Hotel, 1950 Newtown Pike in Lexington, Ky., Friday, May 17, 2013. The conventions,  which are also called Houseparties,  are gatherings of like minded miniature enthusiasts who come together to play and learn all about the miniatures world. More than 250 people are attending his Houseparty, which is themed "Playtime Memories" . Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff
This vignette, created by Kim Wood and based on the book "Where The Wild Things Are" by Maurice Sendak, was one of 32 vignettes that will be used as centerpieces and given away at a dinner at the convention for the National Association of Miniature Enthusiasts being held this weekend at the Clarion Hotel, 1950 Newtown Pike in Lexington, Ky., Friday, May 17, 2013. The conventions, which are also called Houseparties, are gatherings of like minded miniature enthusiasts who come together to play and learn all about the miniatures world. More than 250 people are attending his Houseparty, which is themed "Playtime Memories" . Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader
This vignette, created by Kim Wood and based on the book "Where The Wild Things Are" by Maurice Sendak, was one of 32 vignettes that will be used as centerpieces and given away at a dinner at the convention for the National Association of Miniature Enthusiasts being held this weekend at the Clarion Hotel, 1950 Newtown Pike in Lexington, Ky., Friday, May 17, 2013. The conventions, which are also called Houseparties, are gatherings of like minded miniature enthusiasts who come together to play and learn all about the miniatures world. More than 250 people are attending his Houseparty, which is themed "Playtime Memories" . Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader

Small worlds attract many to Lexington miniature convention

May 17, 2013 03:16 PM

UPDATED May 18, 2013 06:15 AM

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