Bring your mighty bucks to Metchosin this weekend

Find bargains at Metchosin's Mighty Garage Sale Saturday and Sunday

The Metchosin Community Association hosts its Mighty Garage Sale this weekend, in support of the association and other local groups.

The sale is on Saturday and Sunday (May 24 and 25) from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 4430 Happy Valley Rd. It’s a place to banter with neighbours, stock up on ‘new-to-you stuff’ at great prices, enjoy food from the cantina and bid on collectible silent auction items. This community event enables Metchosin families to support the association’s work by donating items to sell.

The non-profit Metchosin Community Association is open to all members of the community, with the purpose of initiating, encouraging and organizing a variety of educational, recreational, cultural and other community activities. Its Metchosin Community House on Happy Valley Road serves as an information and resource centre for all.

For details, visit metchosincommunityhouse.com.

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