Large crowds have shown up for past garage sales held at the Langley seniors resource centre.

Community garage sale helps Langley seniors’ facility

The Langley Seniors’ Resource Centre is accepting donations of gently used and new goods.

Calling all spring cleaners and bargain hunters! The Langley Seniors Resource Centre garage sale is coming up May 6 from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the centre, 20605 51B Ave.

In addition to the items for sale, there will be raffles, draws, a 50/50 draw, door prizes, and a barbecue.

But before then, the centre is accepting donations of goods that can be sold to raise money for the centre’s programs and services. It’s a chance for people looking for that excuse to declutter around the house.

The centre is accepting donations until May 3 during business hours.

They will take gently used or new clothing, jewellery, purses, shoes, kitchenware, knick knacks, houseware, home décor, paintings, tools, electronics, sporting goods, craft supplies, etc.

But there are some things that would be unwelcome:

· Books

· Magazines

· Video tapes

· Cassette tapes

· Televisions

· VCRs

· Non-functioning electronics and small appliances

· Non-functioning tools

· Bike helmets

· Plushy toys/stuffed animals

· Incomplete board games

· Incomplete puzzles

· Upholstered furniture

· Mattresses

· Bedding

· Child car seats

· Child strollers/carriages

· Cribs

For more, contact 604-530-3020 or

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