Here is what you can do over the next three days:
Sign up to have a portrait taken.
Professional photographer and First Parishioner Zoe Perry-Wood will be taking photographs in the Parlor. Email Amy Breiting.
Jewelry – drop off by Thursday evening. Costume jewelry, forgotten and unloved gems, and accessories (purses, silk and silk-like scarves). Ask your sisters, mothers, friends, and neighbors for their long neglected jewels and invite them to refresh their own collections by coming to the sale.
Books – drop off on Friday. All Books (except textbooks), CDs, and DVDs. Good condition only.
Collectibles – china, glassware, artworks, silver
White elephants – Toys, games, puzzles, kitchenware, holiday decorations, craft materials, pictures and frames, small appliances, tools, gift items. (PLEASE no clothing, shoes, broken items, worn or outdated sporting equipment, no exercise equipment or large furniture.)
Electronics – See Bill Pittore’s email to FPCHAT of April 25th for a list of desired items.
Plants – Bring perennials, annuals and vegetables you may have started from seed, along with garden ornaments, guidebooks, and even new or barely-used garden tools.
Plastic and paper bags for folks to carry home their purchases.
3. Donate time!
Bake some delicious goodies or other comestibles
Plant seedlings or re-pot plants
Make espresso at the coffee bar or serve delicious lunch to our shoppers
Sell on Saturday or sort and price on Friday day and evening?
Set up before or clean up after
Drop-off for donations will be Thursday, 6:30 – 9:00 pm and on Friday beginning at 9:00 am.
Sign up at the piano on Sunday, contact Amy Breiting or Marty Kvaal, or click here to go to the Signup Genius online account for Mayfair.