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Community Garage Sale

Maine Township's 11th annual 80-family Community Garage Sale will be held, rain or shine, Saturday, September 24, 2016 from 9 AM to 3 PM in the parking lot of Maine Township Town Hall, 1700 Ballard Road, Park Ridge. Space reservations for Maine Township residents will be accepted beginning August 1 at 9 AM and on August 8 at 9 AM for all others. Spaces, which must be paid for at the time of reservation, are sold on a first-come, first-served basis and always sell out quickly.

Garage Sale
How to Get Involved
  • Reserve a space to sell your own treasures
  • Make a financial donation
  • Come by to shop on the day of the sale
Garage Sale Space Reservations
To reserve a space you will need to fill out a registration form available on August 1, 2016. There are no refunds on spaces once purchased for any reason. Spaces are typically available for the following fees:
  • $25 for 8' x 16' outdoor space
  • $30 for 8' x 16' premium outdoor space
  • Table rentals are available for $10 additional
  • $75 for indoor space inside the garage (fee includes table rental)
The event is organized by the MaineStay Youth & Family Services Department of Maine Township and sponsored by Chicago Behavioral Hospital, Journal & Topics Newspapers, Senior News 50 and Better, Surburban Resource Guide for Seniors, Republic Services, Liberty Bank, and Parkway Bank.

Proceeds from the event benefit the Adventure Maine Township Summer Camp and the Township's Emergency Food Pantry. The camp program, coordinated by the Township's MaineStay division, gives at-risk youth, ages 8 through 13, the opportunity to participate in cultural and recreational experiences to which they may not otherwise have access. The food pantry, a service of the General Assistance department, serves an average of over 200 families per month throughout the year and even more during holiday periods, but the demand never ends.

"This annual event is not only fun, but also raises money for two worthy causes," says Township Supervisor Carol A. Teschky. "We encourage our Township residents to participate, to give financial support, or just come by to shop."

For more information on donations or obtaining a space, please contact Anne at 847-297-2510 x272 or .
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