Residents to sell “gently used” items curbside beginning at 8 a.m.
The Annual Marquette Neighborhood Association Garage Sale begins Saturday June 6, 2015 at 8 a.m. within the confines of the Marquette Neighborhood. Residents with items for sale who have signed up in advance will be listed in advertisements and receive a yard sign, however one doesn’t need to sign up to sell items in front of their home.
The general boundaries of the Marquette Neighborhood are from Blair street in the west to Division street in the east and from East Washington Avenue to Lake Monona. Those who don’t sell items by 3 p.m will have an opportunity to donate them to St. Vincent de Paul which will be circulating a truck through the neighborhood at that time.
New this year to the event is a partnership with the Mad City Bazaar which will be open from 10 a.m to 4 p.m. in the parking lot of the Washington Plaza at 1800 East Washington Avenue.
The MNA is holding this community event as part spring cleaning, part ice breaker for residents to meet one another. MNA supports many community events and initiatives including the Marquette Waterfront Festival, Orton Park Festival, youth scholarships and community art projects.
If you haven’t joined MNA or your membership has lapsed; joining or joining again is only $5.