Lake Champlain Waldorf School rummage sale returns

On Saturday, Sept. 15, the Lake Champlain Waldorf School’s annual rummage sale is the place to find treasures for your home, wardrobe, children, and lifestyle. With items donated from over 200 families, this is one of the largest rummage sales in the area and the involvement of the entire school community makes it a fun, and unique experience.

Rummage Sale Bliss will be held from 9 am to 1 pm at the Shelburne campus 359 Turtle Lane. The sale is impeccably organized, with low prices and a wide assortment of items.  “Our sale is one of the biggest in the area; we start getting phone calls in the summer from people who want to know when the sale is happening,” says Development Director Lisa Espenshade. “We love this event because there are so many loyal customers; it is like a rummage sale reunion every year. Of course, new bargain hunters are always welcome!”

Get there early for the most popular items including designer and vintage adult clothing, furniture, silver, glass, wicker, books, children’s clothing and shoes, household and sporting goods, and lots more. A boutique room serves as a showcase for higher end jewelry, collectibles, and other items. The all-toy room is especially popular for families. While you shop, enjoy homemade baked goods, coffee, and other refreshments.

“What makes this rummage sale especially fun is that there is so much stuff, prices are low, and the merchandise is beautifully organized,” explains parent Maureen Wheeler.

Doors will open at 9 am sharp; sorry, no early birds allowed (people generally start lining up around 8:40 am). Turn west off of Rt. 7 at Harbor Rd. light, right on Turtle Lane. Parking will be at the school with overflow at Davis Park. The proceeds support the school’s scholarship fund.

For more information visit www.lakechamplainwalsorfschool.org.

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