The McClean Community Center’s annual Fall Community Parking Lot Sale — a large flea market for local residents and businesses — is returning next weekend.
The sale is scheduled to run from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at 1234 Ingleside Avenue.
“Featuring more than 50 vendors, the Fall Parking Lot Sale is considered by many to be the first, biggest and best sale of the fall season,” MCC Marketing and Communications Director Sabrina Anwah said in a release. Local residents and commercial dealers will sell a wide variety of items at the open-air event — new and gently used household goods, electronics, furniture, clothing and appliances, among other items.”
The sale will also feature a special “Kid’s Row” set aside for sellers ages 3-15.
“These young vendors gain entrepreneurial skills and put their math skills into practice as they sell toys, clothes, games and other items,” Anwah said.
Admission to the sale is free.
What might you find at our upcoming Fall Community Parking Lot Sale? 🤩 There's only one way to find out!
Find bargains and treasures from up to 60 community resident vendors selling household items.
— McLean Community Center (@mcleanvacenter) September 6, 2022
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