Yart Sale! Yart Sale! Yart Sale!

Come one, come all, to the annual ELNA YART (that’s yard+art) Sale! This year’s sale will be, Saturday, March 29th , 8am-2pm, in the New York School Gym. The YART sale is ELNA’s big annual fundraiser, where neighbors donate their gently used items to sell, local artists vend their creations, and we are all entertained by our neighborhood musicians. The New York Elementary PTO will again be selling breakfast foods and coffee.

The YART sale is always a great place to mingle with neighbors and find treasures – we hope you will join us! 

AND we need your help to make the event a success.

Here’s what you can do to take part in this neighborhood event:

DONATE! – Please consider donating your gently used and unique items for this event. You can either plan to bring items to the school the evening before (we will be setting up from 5:30-9pm on Friday), or you can put them in KT’s barn right now! Email Lane at eastlawrence@yahoo.com for details.

VOLUNTEER! – Let’s make this a whole neighborhood event! We need volunteers! Volunteer to set up (on Friday, Mar. 28th, 5:30-9pm), take down/clean up (Saturday, Mar. 29st @ 1pm), help organize and work at the event. Contact Lane, eastlawrence@yahoo.com , if you can volunteer.

VEND! – Sell your art at the Yart Sale! Do you have a stock of hand crafted, groovy things to sell? Bring them to the Yart sale. It’s easy. Just set up a table the night before, and show up to the sale and vend your wares. At the end of the sale, donate 10% of your earnings to ELNA. Contact Lane at eastlawrence@yahoo.com if you would like to vend.

PLAY! – Are you a musician looking for a venue? If you would like to play your music for the Yart Sale, contact Phil Collison at phil@collison.com and we’ll find a slot for you.

SHARE! – One of the easiest ways to help make this event a success is to like and share our Facebook event. Post it to your timeline. Invite your friends.

SHOP! – The Yart Sale is ELNA’s big fundraiser for the year. Please plan to come and support us and the work we do for the community!



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