Annual Druid Hills Yard Sale returns on Sept. 22, registration open
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Come rain or come shine, on Sept. 22, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Druid Hills will be holding its annual yard sale.
For a fee of $25, Druid Hills neighborhood residents can bring out their unwanted belongings to sell right in their front yard
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In addition, the Druid Hills Civic Association will list “a map with location pins and addresses of all the participating homes” on their website, according to a recent press release.
Anything that isn’t sold in the Yard Sale can be donated to the American Kidney Foundation. A truck will circle through the neighborhood starting at 2:30 p.m., picking up leftover items.
Accepted items include: clothing, toys, china, linen, books, small electronics, and small household goods, all of which must be put in a bag or box labeled “American Kidney Foundation pick-up.” Note that the truck will not pick up items such as: large furniture, mattresses, box springs, and large appliances.
If you’d like the option to participate in this pick-up service, opt to join the list when signing up for the Yard Sale.
As of right now, there are 43 people registered. To register now, click here.
Have any questions? Contact [email protected]
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