Trash & Treasures Sale Sunday at Filberg Centre

Vendor spots still available

The Evergreen Club presents their next Trash & Treasures Sale.

This huge multi-vendor 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.  The location is perfect: one floor all under one roof. This huge indoor sale is a great reason to take a break from your winter hibernation. Why not grab a friend and make an outing of it? The Evergreen Club kitchen will be running a refreshment stand upstairs so you can order sandwiches, desserts, and hot or cold drinks when you need a break from your shopping. Direct seller vendors will be there (i.e. Arbonne Skincare) to get those hard to find items without attending a direct seller home party. Eastern Star will be selling raffle tickets and the Soroptimist Club will be selling collectibles to help raise money. You can feel good about supporting your local crafters too; homemade soaps, jewelry, jams, and photography will be featured. There will be the fun flea market tables to scour through to determine what you see is your own personal trash or treasure to bring home. Vendor spots are almost all sold out at a $20 deal per table.  FMI call Courtenay Recreation’s Filberg office at 250-338-1000.

 

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