PUT YOUR CLOSET ON A STRICT DIET!!!
LINCOLN CITY – Chucking out the clutter? Saying goodbye to gently-used clothing that is too big, too small or just the wrong color? If you are, the Lincoln City Cultural Center can help. Starting on Monday, Jan. 6, volunteers will be accepting donations for the fourth annual LCCC Winter Rummage Sale. And, as they say in the best of yard sale circles, bring it on!
Donation drop-off sessions are set for 8 am to 2 pm Monday (Jan. 6), Tuesday (Jan. 7) and Wednesday (Jan. 8) and 8 am to noon on Thursday (Jan. 9). You can bring your boxed and bagged donations to the east doors of the cultural center, 540 NE Hwy. 101. If you need a dolly or cart, volunteers can provide one. If you need more help, call ahead to be sure that the strong-backed volunteers are standing by.
“We can sell books, collectibles, small appliances, electronics, linens, DVDs, small pieces of furniture, dishes, kitchenware, craft supplies, clothes, toys, shoes and lots more,” said executive director Niki Price. “This year’s sale will also feature a corner dedicated to the sale of pre-loved artwork, so those treasures are welcome, too. We just ask that your donations be clean, and in good repair.”
Donations to the LCCC, a registered 501©3, are tax deductible, and receipts will be available. To learn more, call the center at 541-994-9994, or rummage sale director Clarissa Gillis, 541-764-2260.
This year’s sale, which fills the auditorium and the Artists’ White Room, will be held from 9 am to 3 pm Friday, Jan. 10 and Saturday, Jan. 11. Lunch and snacks will be sold by Beach Town Deli and Café. Volunteers will be on hand to take cash, checks and credit cards, with all proceeds going to the operating budget of the LCCC.
If you’d like to volunteer, as a sorter, bagger, pricer, mover or cashier, call one of the numbers listed above.