Rummage Sale

Each year, on the last Saturday in October, we fill our church, fellowship hall, and several other rooms with clothing and accessories for women, men, and children, baby items, toys, housewares, linens, counter-top appliances and other small electronics, sporting goods, art, antiques, fine & costume jewelry, collectibles, and more.

All sale proceeds support the ministries of St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church, an inclusive, justice-seeking worship community.

Donations of clothing, housewares, toys, small electronics, art, antiques, and jewelry are accepted beginning August 1 and continuing through the Sunday before the Rummage Sale.

NOTE: We DO NOT accept books, large furniture or appliances, desktop computers, old-school TVs, or large exercise equipment.

 

Sale Day is October 26 9am-2pm

Seeking Donations of Goods until Sunday, October 20

We welcome:
Housewares, linens, small electronics, tools, antiques, collectibles Toys, small sporting goods, men’s, women’s & children’s clothes, jewelry* (fine and costume)

*Please keep jewelry separate from other donations and marked so it’s not lost. Hand-deliver to a staff person or Cathy Connelly (cxconnelly@gmail.com) if possible.

We cannot accept books, large furniture or appliances, desktop computers, old/large TVs, or large exercise equipment.

Drop-off times:

Tuesdays-Fridays through Oct. 18: 10am – 5pm
Saturdays through the end of September: 9am – 11am
Saturdays in October (5th, 12th, 19th): 9am – 1pm
Sundays through Oct. 20: 8:30am – noon
The church is closed on Mondays.

Come to the back door in the alley (stairs going down) unless otherwise directed by signs. Donation receipts will be available.

Want to volunteer during setup & sorting week (Oct. 19-25) or sale day, Oct. 26? Email Richard Vilmenay rvilmenay7@gmail.com or Julie Polter, jdpolter@gmail.com.

Click here or on the image below to download a PDF of the flyer.

 

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