Tables available for Trash & Treasures Sale

Huge sale will take place Sunday, Jan. 25 at Florence Filberg Centre

Interested in an opportunity to showcase your wares?

Why not book a table at the Trash & Treasures Sale hosted by the Evergreen Club.

This huge sale will take place Sunday, Jan. 25 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Courtenay Recreation’s Florence Filberg Centre in the upper Conference Hall, downtown Courtenay.

Tables are just $20 per table (in fairness to all, an additional $5 per rack if it extends beyond your allotted space).

Earn a few coins to help pay for the holiday bills that will be starting to come in.

The location is perfect, one floor, under one roof.

A huge indoor sale this time of year is just what your customers want.

They want a place to be in from the cold, to grab a friend to shop with and socialize with some hot drinks and snack offerings.

This is your opportunity to sell anything you like: collectibles, antiques, jewelry, toys, electronics, clothes, crafts, preserves, and the list goes on. It is suggested that all items be clean and in good working order.

We encourage individuals, businesses, organizations, clubs, non-profit groups, and families to obtain your tables at your earliest opportunity before they sell out.

If it’s legal to sell…we want you.

The $20 deal per table and can be rented through the Courtenay Recreation’s Filberg office during regular business hours at 250-338-1000.

– Evergreen Club

 

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