Sell Your Outgrown or Lightly Used Winter Gear
the Amherst Historical Society
and the Crocker Farm PGO
Clean out your garage and basements and earn extra money from your unwanted winter gear. The Historical Society will be accepting lightly used winter sports equipment to resell, either as donations or on consignment, during its 2-day ski, skate, and snowboard sale. Consignors earn 50% of all revenue from their sold items. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Society’s partner in this event: the Crocker Farm Parent-Guardian Organization.
Consignments will be accepted only on Friday, Jan. 6, 4 to 6 p.m., at Crocker Farm School. The Society reserves the right to refuse any consigned or donated items not in usable condition.
The two day Ski, Skate, and Snowboard sale runs Friday, Jan. 6, from 6 to 9 p.m., and Saturday, Jan. 7, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Crocker Farm Elementary School. (280 West Street) The Sale features both new and used equipment at rock-bottom prices so that the entire family can afford to get the equipment they need. Experts will be on hand to help individuals buy just the right item and the right size.
The Amherst Historical Society reserves the right to refuse any consigned or donated items not in usable condition. You must pick up your money or unsold items after the sale ends on Saturday afternoon, from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Any unclaimed items will be donated or discarded and uncollected funds will be considered a donation.
For information, contact Bonnie MacCracken at 413-256-6857 or at amhersthistory.org