By Pauline Stewart.
There were 17 destinations and everything from a ute and a campervan to baby clothes, glassware, steampunk costumes and baking. Residents and visitors took hold of their maps and off they went to hunt for bargains. We are not sure how many bargains were found but the writer purchased a book on Indonesian Cooking with which I am very pleased.
The Informer enjoyed preparing for this Garage Sale. We’ll do it again. In the mean time Shop LOCAL; it makes a difference.
An opportunity for Coroglen: If some of the garage sellers would like to offer their ‘not sold’ clothing to the coming clothes Swap and Sale at Coroglen School, that would be very good, as this small school needs the support of the wider community.
Clean out your wardrobes and get ready for the Coroglen Clothes Swap next Sunday 11 June
at Coroglen Hall from 10.00am to 1.00pm. There is a $5 koha at the door, with complimentary
drinks and nibbles. First in, best dressed! You can drop off clean and tidy clothes at Coroglen
Hall on Saturday, or The Bread Mobile (on Albert Street) on Saturday, 10 June between 9:30am
Caption: Garage Sale image.