It's time once again for the Wenham Museum’s Giant Attic Treasures Vintage Sale. Shoppers will discover a treasure trove of household decor like furniture, rugs, china, and silver setting pieces. Regarded as one of the best rummage sales on the North Shore and a tradition for over 50 years as a fundraiser for the nonprofit Wenham Museum, shoppers will find the best deals on vintage fashions, gently used clothing, costume jewelry, fabrics, records, prints, frames, and many more collectibles and maybe a painting or rare book. New treasures will be displayed daily.
Essex County Trail Association is hosting the 28th annual Equine Expo & Tack Sale to be held on Saturday, April 22, 2023 from 9-3 in the Arena Building at the Topsfield Fairgrounds on Route 1, Topsfield, MA. Individuals, groups & businesses make up our booths offering new and used items for the horse and rider/driver. To outfit everyone for the show and trail season, purchase a new saddle, upgrade all your tack and equipment, purchase supplements, books, herbal products, home décor or gifts this is the place to be!
Come to the Street Fair in Magnolia Village! Crafters of all kinds will line Lexington Avenue showing their wares, a huge craft fair will line the street, and more. Don’t miss this one! Inside the MLC the Magnolia Shoppe will be open along with the opportunity to purchase large pictures of old time Magnolia and have your questions answered by Judy Gilliss. All proceeds will go to benefit the Magnolia Historical Society.
The Magnolia Road Show is a sale, auction and appraisal service hosted by the Magnolia Historical Society that is intended to raise funds for the purchase of the Blynman School on Magnolia Avenue. This massive sale of thousands of items acquired by the Historical Society is a way to purge their inventory and take steps to preserve a landmark in the village of Magnolia.
ESSEX COUNTY TRAIL ASSOCIATION is hosting an EQUINE Gear Pre-Winter Sale to be held on Friday, October 11 and Saturday, October 12, 2019 from 10-2.
Find used and new items all in very good condition.
Drop by for a day of one stop shopping. For more information, be a sponsor or donate used or new horse related items for ECTA tables, please call Kay at 978-768-6275 e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Location: Route 22, Western Avenue, Essex, MA. Next to Gaybrook Garage.
Two of our favorite Cape Ann non-profits team up for a yard sale fundraiser! Come shop for goodies and knwo that yoru money will be well spent and go to fund educational programs and live animal presentations! This sale will be in the area behind the St. Peter's Square Parking Lot, 1 Rogers St, in Gloucester.
With fall and winter just around the corner, take advantage of great shopping deals and get to the Too Cute To Toss children's consignment sale. Find and buy gently used, name brand clothing, books, gear, toys, and furniture. The sale includes maternity clothes.
Eastern Point Day School will host a huge YARD SALE on Saturday August 16, 2014 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the school, located at 8 Farrington Avenue, in Gloucester, Massachusetts.
Here's a plant sale that will beautify your garden, help reduce your carbon footprint and benefit a local community organization that's dedicated to helping children! Come to O'Maley Innovation Middle School to shop for perennials supplied by your neighbors to help fund programs through the Gloucester Education Foundation! This sale is organized by Generous Gardeners Inc. a unique North Shore Business that promotes philanthropy through gardening – check them out to swap or donate plants online!
Cultural Care Au Pair Back to School Savings: Back-to-school savings: New families who register from August 15, 2014 through August 19, 2014, using promo code PCBTS2014 will receive a $75 registration fee waiver and $350 program fee discount when welcoming an au pair by January 30, 2015.
As an added bonus, families who select their final au pair by September 15, 2014, will receive an additional $350 program fee discount - for a total savings of up to $775!
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