Updated: July 10, 2024

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WELCOME TO OUR OFFICIAL SITE! The Fisher-Price Collectors Club is a group of people who enjoy collecting the wonderful toys made by the Fisher-Price toy company. We have been together for 30 years, first forming in 1993. The club is a registered non-profit organization 501(c)(3) with the purpose to preserve and collect Fisher-Price toys, and to bring together the people who enjoy them. Our club is unique in that we don't just exist as an online entity - we have a yearly convention where we get together to meet in person and socialize; and also have a sale to buy, sell and trade our favorite toys! We also maintain direct ties to Fisher-Price and have many former employees in our club. If you have ever seen Brad Cassity's book Fisher-Price Toys, yes that's our club mentioned in there, and many photos in that book were from our club member's private collections. To read more about our mission, goals and history, click here.

SO WHAT DO OUR MEMBERS COLLECT? Far and away, the top collected toy are the classic Fisher-Price Little Peope sets made before 1990. Remember those little round people with all their sets - houses, barns, schools, buses, garages? We have club members who literally have every set, with the original boxes too, of course! The second most collected toys are the older Fisher-Price wooden pull toys, some of which go back to the 1920's! We also have die-hard Adventure People collectors, they love their stuff! We have some members who collect newer Little People sets, Husky Helpers, Imaginext, musical wind-ups, dolls and dollhouses, and so much more! If Fisher-Price made it, we probably have a member who collects it!

The top links for this site are: Our Annual Toy Sale Page, Convention 2024 Information, Join The Fisher-Price Collectors Club, Paypal for Club Renewals and Dinner Reservations, News and Announcements, Facebook Groups, Our Adventure People Figures Guide, and Our Adventure People Overview Page.

JUNE 22, 2024 UPDATE: Ok club members, we are 5 weeks out! If you are coming to the convention, make sure you book your hotel soon! If you need hotel information or just sightseeing ideas, check out our updated Visiting East Aurora Page! For anyone planning to come to the dinner, get your reservations in soon so we can get a headcount. The deadline is JULY 10, 2024. See our Convention 2024 Page on how to reserve your spot for the dinner!

JUNE 7, 2024 UPDATE: HELLO CLUB MEMBERS! The Spring Gabby Goose Newsletter was mailed out this week, so check your mailboxes! For those getting the paper copy, the newsletter was mailed in plain white envelopes with an Arizona return address. This edition contains the invitations to the annual dinner, plus voting for new board members. The dinner is $25 a person and members can bring as many guests as they like, also $25 a person. We do have a different location for the dinner this year - we are back at the American Legion in East Aurora NY! The dinner is on Saturday July 26th, 2024 at (still got to find the time!) but usually around 6:00 pm. To attend the dinner, you can either mail back the invitation with your check (follow the instructions and use the address listed) or you can pay by ZELLE or Paypal. The address for both is fpcc1993@gmail.com. (fpcc stands for "Fisher-Price Collectors Club" and 1993 is the year we were formed!). More information will be updated here soon!

MAY 17, 2024 UPDATE: CLUB MEMBERS CHECK THIS OUT! The Fisher-Price Collectors Club is very pleased to announce we will be hosting tours for club members during our upcoming July 2024 convention! These tours are tentatively scheduled for Friday July 26th or Saturday July 27th in East Aurora NY, focusing on Fisher-Price and the factory campus and history in the town. If you are a club member interested in attending, send an email to RAH4FP@AOL.COM. From there, you will receive information on the time and place, and can reserve your spot for a tour. Tours are limited in size and are first-come first-serve! You can also email us at fpclub@att.net for more info. If you are attending the convention, definitely consider joining us for the tour!

APRIL 12, 2024 UPDATE: Ok Fisher-Price Collectors, we are getting ready for this summer's convention! The sale is set for Saturday July 27th in East Aurora NY! The time is 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. The location is the Blazing Star Masonic Lodge at 645 Main Street. See Our Toy Sale Page for more info! The dinner for club members will be Friday evening July 26th - more information will be coming soon on the exact time and place!

PLEASE NOTE: There has been recent news that the Fisher-Price corporate headquarters in East Aurora NY is downsizing and some Fisher-Price lines of toys are being sold or moved to other locations. This news does not directly affect the club's operations, since we operate independently of corporate Fisher-Price. As far as we know, the building in East Aurora is staying open, and so is the Toy Store located onsite. Just to clarify, this news does not affect us and the club's convention and sale are ON!!!

JANUARY 1, 2024 UPDATE: Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and Happy New Year 2024 to all Fisher-Price fans! Here's to a great year ahead! The Fisher-Price Collectors Club already has many plans in the works for 2024. We are already planning for our next convention in July and hoping for another banner year! More information will be mailed to club members in our next Gabby Goose newsletter, probably coming in the spring. Many plans are still being finalized so we will let club members know when things are set to go! Cheers to the year 2024!

DECEMBER 17, 2023 UPDATE: The club is very sad to report the passing of long-time member Jacquie Hamblin. Jacquie was the heart and soul of the club for many years, serving as president, membership coordinator, Gabby Goose editor plus so many other duties! She kept us going during some lean times, and helped guide the club to grow and thrive. Jacquie lived a long life with a loving family at her side, and spent much time volunteering, doing hobbies, and participating in charitable activities. Jacquie's family wrote a beautiful tribute which can be read here.

DECEMBER 16, 2023 UPDATE: The club is continuing to plan for Convention 2024! The convention is traditionally held during the last full weekend of July, which will make the dates Friday July 26th and Saturday July 27th, 2024. Our Convention 2024 page is up and running and will be updated often with details as they become set. Click here to visit the Convention 2024 page.

October 28, 2023 UPDATE: Collectors, check your mailboxes! The newest issue of the Gabby Goose was mailed out the week of October 23rd. For those of you getting the printed copy mailed, it should be arriving soon! For those of you getting the emailed version, it should be in your inbox soon. This issue's features include meeting our new president (who everyone already knows!!), a write-up from our 2023 July convention including displays from Fisher-Price's earliest days, an article about Churchville NY (and how it ALMOST became the "Toy Capital" of the nation), a member of the club shares their collecting story, an article about modern day toymakers, and tote bags available to club members (see our Paypal Page if you are interested in purchasing one). Now that the club is fully back up and running after covid, we are looking to fill vacancies on the board. An application was included in the newsletter for any club member who is interested!

October 17, 2023 UPDATE: Hello collectors! The board and officers of the Fisher-Price Collectors Club has been busy getting ready for the next year! We are actively looking for club members to join our board to fill vacancies. More details will be shared soon! The next Gabby Goose newsletter is almost complete and will be sent to club members once it's done. In the meantime, all Fisher-Price fans are welcome to come and chat in our Facebook Groups. Come share your newest finds, show off your collection, and just chat away!

July 30, 2023 UPDATE: Hello collectors! Our Convention 2023 was AMAZING!!!! Our dinner was at max capacity, our sale had the max number of vendors, and we had a wonderful time. A write-up of the convention will be in our next newsletter soon. The club is already planning our 2024 convention which we will release details as plans become set. So everyone who attended the sale, have fun playing with all your new toys!!!

Click here to see previous news and updates

Annual Toy Sale - The Fisher-Price Collectors Club holds a sale once a year in East Aurora NY. Click to see information on any upcoming sales, and photos from past sales too!
News and Updates - Click to see news and updates from the Fisher-Price Collectors Club. Will include toy sale and convention information as plans are made.
Gabby Goose Newsletter - Members of the Fisher-Price Collectors Club receive the club's newsletter The Gabby Goose usually 3 times a year (the newsletter is mailed out; it is not available online). This page has information about the current newsletter plus past newsletters as well.
Facebook Groups - There are some active Facebook groups where Fisher-Price fans chat away about their recent toy finds and their collections! The club also has a Facebook page, which we primarily use for updates about the toy sale.
The Fisher-Price Adventure People - The Adventure People were a line of toys made by Fisher-Price from the mid 1970's to the early 1980's. And wow, they can be super collectible, especially in the original boxes or cards! Click the link to see an overview to the Adventure People sets, plus photos of all the figures!
Join the Club - The Fisher-Price Collectors Club is a non-profit organization that has existed for over 20 years. Click the link to read more about what a club membership includes.
The Wooden Pull Trains - The Fisher-Price Collectors Club has members who love all different lines of toys made by Fisher-Price; we aren't just all Little People collectors! Many of our members love the older wooden pull toys, which were the primary toys made until the mid 1960's. One fun subgroup of the pull toys are the wooden trains, each with it's own style and identity. Click the link to see a whole bunch of them!
Fisher-Price Guide Books - Looking to buy a guide book on classic Fisher-Price toys (pre-1990)? On this page we showcase 3 of the best ones out there, the books written by Brad Cassity, Bruce Fox and John Murray.
Our Mission, Goals and History - An overview of the Fisher-Price Collectors Club, from our beginning in 1993 to current times. Explains our missions and goals as a non-profit organization.
Overview of the Toys We Collect - What do the members of the Fisher-Price Collectors Club collect? The top line of toys (as you may guess) is the classic Little People toys, and second is the older wooden pull toys. But we have members who collect many other lines of toys as well! Musical wind-ups, newer Little People, the mighty Adventure People, plus more! See the link to get an overview of what lines of toys that collectors like!
Fisher-Price Toy Collection Photos - See photos of many toys in the personal collection of one of our long-time members. This page showcases many different lines of collectible Fisher-Price toys.
Fisher-Price Little People - The beloved Fisher-Price Little People made from the mid 1960's to 1989 are the top collectible line of toys by members of the club! This page is a brief overview of the Little People and some links to sites or books that can serve as an identification guide.
East Aurora NY Information - The Fisher-Price Collectors Club holds our annual convention in East Aurora NY. Why East Aurora? It's the home of the Fisher-Price factory, of course! It's where it all started. This page has some general information about East Aurora for those coming to the convention for the first time.
Member Memorials - The club has many senior members, and sadly the march of time is invariably taking its toll. On this page we remember some club members who passed away.

Contact Info:

The club's email is: fpclub@att.net

If you use Facebook, you can reach us at: Fisher-Price Collectors Club Facebook Page.

NOTE: Since the club is run by volunteers, sometimes it takes awhile to answer emails. (If we recognize your email as a club member, you will definitely get priority!). Also the email account gets a lot of spam, so it's very easy to miss an email. If you have a toy-related question (not specifically club-related), you could always post in one of the Facebook groups.

NOTE ABOUT SELLING REQUESTS: The club often receives emails from people looking to sell their Fisher-Price toys (usually in played-with condition, or Toyfest toys) in a large lot to a collector. At this time, due to the time commitment involved and manpower needed to do large sales, we are not involved in buying or selling over the internet. If you have toys to sell, best place to get views is to post in one of the Facebook sales groups, or use Ebay. One Facebook group to post sales is "Fisher-Price Toys 4 Sales Only" as many club members and collectors hang out there (that Facebook group is not officially run by the club). Another great group for listing toys is Vintage PRE 1989 Fisher Price Little People buy/ sell/ trade. Good luck with your selling!

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