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First Parish in Wayland’s Annual Rummage Sale is April 1st

Mark your calendars for First Parish in Wayland’s popular and family-friendly rummage sale on Saturday, April 1, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm! Departments include toys, books and clothing for all ages, antiques, furniture, jewelry, linens, kitchenware and housewares, lawn and garden, small appliances, and sporting goods. In The Dollar Shop, nothing costs more than a dollar! Sit for a spell and enjoy coffee & baked goods at our Café, or get homemade treats to take home. Kids will also receive a special pinwheel giveaway with a surprise! Parking is available nearby, in front of and behind the Wayland Town Building. The sale is accessible to all, including those with limited mobility. Admission is $6 during the first half hour and $3 after 9:30; children free when accompanied by an adult. First Parish is located at 50 Cochituate Rd, Wayland (at the intersection of routes 20 and 27).

Also, simplify your life and consider donating your gently used, unwanted items for the sale, and get a tax write off to boot! Proceeds from the sale help support First Parish’s youth programs and deserving charities. You can drop off your items at the church beginning Sunday, March 26 through Wednesday, March 29. Items accepted for the sale include toys, books, antiques, furniture, jewelry, linens, kitchenware and housewares, lawn and garden items, small appliances, sporting goods, clothing for all ages and fun accessories, and many other kinds of items. We can’t take the following because we can’t sell them: computers and printers, toys with missing parts, dirty or broken items, textbooks, upholstered couches, mattresses, office furniture, refrigerators, exercise machines, straight skis, and TVs.

For more information, including tips on parking and more details on donating items, please visit

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