Spring Cleaning?…..Yard and Plant Sale

Donate it to the Banook Canoe Club’s upcoming Yard and Plant Sale

When: Saturday May 13th 8 am – noon.
Where: Corner of Prince Albert Road and Sinclair Street, Dartmouth
 Ideas for Donations and popular yard sale items: 

  • Sports and camping equipment
  • Tools and gardening equipment
  • Electronics (No old Computers/printers please)
  • Kitchen items/Houseware and office supplies
  • Kids clothing and puzzles/games/toys
  • Linens/Blankets/Drapery
  • Artwork/picture frames, lamps, rugs, Christmas decorations
  • For the plant sale – any perennial flower, vegetables, small shrubs
  • *NO LARGE FURNITURE OR APPLIANCES PLEASE*

Please contact Banook’s new manager Michelle (banook@banookcanoeclub.com) to arrange a time to drop off items. Pick up of donations can also be arranged.  Please email hbrown@chebucto.ns.ca or call 902-469-1934

Funds from the yard sale will go toward summer paddling equipment such as paddles, buns, and lifejackets.  The plant sale funds go to masters paddlers who are  fundaising for Ergs and our new war canoe.  Scotiabank will match the funds raised.

 We need volunteers on the sale weekend – both Friday night and Saturday.  Please let us know if you can help.

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