Counting down to West Seattle Community Garage Sale Day 2014! And a message for sellers
Posted by westseattlegaragesale on April 28, 2014
Registration is closed and it looks like we’ll have about 280 sales for West Seattle Community Garage Sale Day 2014 – maybe more, but we’re trying right now to reach more than a dozen people who went halfway through the registration process but didn’t finish it via PayPal. Without a complete registration, you won’t be on the map – so please make sure you have an e-mail receipt from PayPal, and if you don’t, please e-mail us ASAP – firstname.lastname@example.org. Also check your mailbox; we sent notes over the weekend to everyone for whom we don’t have a PP receipt. If you changed your mind mid-registration, no problem, but it would be great if you let us know.
Now, a bit about the lineup: The heart of West Seattle Community Garage Sale Day is the web of individual sales all over the peninsula – more than 250!!! Beyond that, we have the group sites – Hotwire/Ginomai in The Junction, C & P Coffee to the south.
And we also have nonprofits participating including:
*Log House Museum on Alki
*Delridge Grocery Co-op
*Scout Troop 284 at West Seattle Veterans’ Center in The Triangle
*West Seattle High School in Admiral
*Lincoln Park P-Patch sale in Fauntleroy
*Masonic Family group sale in The Triangle
*West Seattle Eagles sale in The Junction
*The Taproot School sale in Fauntleroy
*Straight Blast Gym sale (scholarship-fund benefit) in Delridge
*SSC plant sale benefiting the horticulture program (on Puget Ridge)
*Sale benefiting Chamwino Connect, in Sunrise Heights
Sale day, again, is Saturday, May 10th, 9 am-3 pm. (Some sales may choose to start earlier and/or end later, but no late starts or early ends, please .) We are in the mapmaking process currently and if all goes well, we’ll link to the online/printable maps here and on West Seattle Blog, starting next Saturday, since our goal is always to get the map out a week in advance.
With so many sales, we are advertising/promoting WSCGSD all over the region, but it also helps if you make sure your friends/relatives/co-workers know that this is THE day to come to West Seattle, shop the sales, visit local businesses while you’re here, sightsee, have a great day.
More previews to come – including the “shopping list” for WestSide Baby, a request for book donations for students, and more.