Parents Unite for giant garage sale Saturday in Duncan

The Island Savings Centre is hosting the always-packed Parent’s Unite Garage Sale, Saturday, Oct. 4, from 9 a.m. until noon in the multi-purpose hall.

"Imagine re-claiming space in your home by passing on that trunk load of toys or piles of clothes that your kids have grown out of," said Courtney Westwood, a program assistant at the Island Savings Centre in a press release. "For new parents and younger families, this is a great event to stock up on all your current and future needs because we help bring everyone together in one space; there’s room for over 60 vendors so it doesn’t get much easier than that!" There will also be an interactive play area with fun activities and prizes designed for preschoolers and school-aged children.

Admission to the event is free and it is wheelchair accessible.

People interested in selling their items can register for a table, in-person, at the Ticket Centre. Tables are $20 each.

More information on the event: 250-748-PLAY (7529).

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