Shop and sell at the Canterbury community yard sale on June 4
Spring cleaning means finding no-longer-needed stuff that could become great finds for someone else.
The Canterbury Elementary School PTA has an ideal outlet for unwanted items—its community yard sale. On June 4, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., sellers can earn cash and shoppers can seek out treasures. A bake sale is also planned, and possibly tours of the school. If the weather is bad, the sale will move inside to the gym.
Booth registration is open to the public until May 25. A space with a table and chair is $30; space with just a chair is $25. Sellers can bring their own tents, tables or racks, as space permits. An optional donation pickup for unsold items will be available after the event.
The event is free to shoppers, and multiple playgrounds are available for children to enjoy. Bake sale proceeds and booth fees benefit Canterbury PTA. Vendors keep all proceeds from the items they sell. [Note: At this family friendly, school event, the sale of weapons, graphic or explicit materials, animals and firewords is prohibited.]
For more information, contact Molly Burke at firstname.lastname@example.org or 216-645-8965. The registration form is available at http://bit.ly/CanYardSaleBooth. Canterbury Elementary School is located at 2530 Canterbury Road.
Patti Carlyle is a Canterbury parent and writer living in University Heights, and is a freelance writer for the CH-UH City School District.