Giant Indoor Garage Sale

Beat the rainy weather at the Giant Indoor Garage Sale indoors

Beat the rainy weather at the Giant Indoor Garage Sale indoors, taking place at the Community Centre on from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Oct. 1.

Why giant? Because everyone’s invited – to browse and to sell!

Shoppers will save on gas with one-stop shopping. Enjoy a coffee and snack while you decide what to buy. There’s no entrance fee to drop in and shop.

Need motivation to clean out your garage and basement, or just want to downsize your clutter? This sale is for you.

Vendors, bring your gently used household treasures and stay warm indoors throughout the sale.

Anyone can be a vendor. Purchase one or more 10-by-10-foot space in the gym for $10 per space. Bring your own tables or rent tables for $5 each.

Register for this event and purchase your space at either the Community Centre or the Sportsplex. For more information, call 250-286-1161.

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