heads up: thrift-store sales & rummages to hit

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Boy oh boy, do I love Fridays. (I’m guessing you knew that already, right?) My schedule is crazy-packed this weekend, but I’m hoping to get out and do a little bargain hunting before Monday rolls around. Here’s what’s on my list for thrift-store sales and rummage-y events happening this weekend…

The “Blast from the Past” vintage sale at the Hope Chest for Breast Cancer shop in Orono is back this weekend by popular demand. New additions and price reductions are promised…Learn more about what to expect at the sale here.

ARC’s Value Village kicks off its Spring Accessories sale event today. Stock up on handbags, jewelry, shoes, scarves, belts and other accessories at discounted prices through April 23rd at all four of their metro locations.

Rummage sale season is back! My top pick for this weekend is Minnehaha Communion Lutheran Church‘s annual rummage sale which runs from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. tomorrow at 4101 37th Avenue South in Minneapolis. (Bag sale starts at noon.) I’ve gone to this sale religiously for the past few years and have consistently gone home with great stuff.

And last but not least, this estate sale looks INSANE.

Well, I’m off to Elsie’s for our company’s annual bowl-a-thon followed by an appointment with my wonderful, heaven-sent accountant. I’m patting myself on the back for filing my taxes ahead of the deadline this year! Whatta concept!

xo,

Meghan

 

 

3 thoughts on “heads up: thrift-store sales & rummages to hit

  1. Thanks for the list Meghan! Think I’m going to hit the rummage sale for sure (always on the lookout for fabric and craft supplies). The estate sale you linked to happened last week. But I actually went, and it actually WAS insane, though I couldn’t justify buying at the prices they were charging. They wanted close to retail for many of the collectible goodies. This is the second estate sale I’ve noticed at this location (it’s some kind of business across from the pump n’ munch on Lyndale) so maybe they will be a regular thing.

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