Evergreen’s Spring Garage Sale

Saturday, 9 a.m.to noon, Florence Filberg Centre

The Evergreen Club’s Spring Garage Sale takes place on Saturday, April 25 from 9 a.m.to noon in the downstairs Rotary Hall of the Florence Filberg Centre.

The Evergreen Club is a 55 and better club that provides a wide range of activities and programs.  This fundraising event will bring bargain hunters together, so be sure to spread the word!

The Evergreen Club has been doing these sales (along with their famous pancake breakfasts) for countless years and has been a major reason why we have the Florence Filberg Centre for the public to use today.

“We’ve been busy collecting items for a couple weeks” says Deanne McRae, the Evergreen Club volunteer co-ordinator, “and the items will be priced to sell.”

There will be books, clothing, jewelry, kitchenware, and so much more.

The kitchen will be open for some well priced treats and for parking it is suggested to use the lot below on Anderton Avenue.

“Come and check out our treasures,” said convenor Lori Ritchie. “Stay for a well priced treat or a coffee and a muffin. Maybe you’ll score the deal of the day.”

It’s a free event and all are welcome.  For more information call 250-338-1000 or check out the website www.evergreenclub.me

 

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