Get there early for the best selection of antiques, rugs, desks, outdoor furniture and decorative chairs — even glassware, kitchen items, small appliances and televisions. After Friday’s sale concludes at 1 p.m., the space will be refreshed and restocked with more items before continuing at 8 a.m. on Saturday.
There will be much to buy at bargain prices (the furniture bank has thousands of excess items from their warehouse), and many people will be helped through your purchases. That’s because all proceeds from the yard sale will benefit CARITAS’ Furniture Bank, a source of free furniture and household items for families moving from homelessness into homes of their own.
If you’re not in the buying mode but more in a getting-rid-of-things phase, the furniture bank will also be accepting drop-off donations on Saturday, June 30.
And if you can’t make the sale this weekend, keep these dates in mind: July 27 and 28, Aug. 24 and 25, and Sept. 28 and 29. That’s when additional CARITAS yard sales will take place. Donations will be welcome on those Saturdays as well.